During the match between Hapoel Be'er Sheva and Hapoel Jerusalem last Saturday night, a commotion erupted in the locals' stand after a police force entered in an attempt to locate flares in the stands. During the riot, Ofir Maman, a 12-year-old girl who found herself in the area and required medical treatment and a cast after breaking her hand, was injured.
Today, 12-year-old Maman arrived as a guest of honor at the "Red House" training complex of Hapoel Be'er Sheva, where she spoke with the players and staff, received souvenirs and an official shirt of the club, and even received autographs on the cast from the players.
Her mother, Maya Malpoof, who was with her in the stands during the game, told Israel Hayom earlier this week about the incident, after a sleepless night. "The truth is that we went through a difficult night, a lot of thoughts and worries" She began to recount the incident from the end, then returned to moments at half-time: "10 minutes before half-time, all the police officers gathered, I knew something was going to happen. Whoever was in the South Stand understood that something was going to happen. The police went inside to find someone, I don't know who and the fans wouldn't let them go upstairs."
Maman receives signatures, photo: Hapoel Be'er Sheva
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