Hapoel Tel Aviv and Hapoel Haifa will open today (Saturday, 15:00) the sixth round of the Israeli Premier Soccer League, the official return cycle, for the first time since Black Saturday and the October 7 massacre in the communities near the Gaza Strip, which claimed the lives of quite a few football fans.
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The Tel Aviv Reds, who will host the game in Bloomfield, which is empty of spectators, will enter the game with a tribute shirt dedicated to the beloved singer and fan of the team Arik Einstein, who passed away ten years ago, as well as to the memory of the victims of the massacre and IDF casualties in an iron sword war.
On the back of the shirt will be the phrase "Love that never ends," which will be decorated on both sides with Israeli flags. In addition, actors will wear black ribbons on their arms. "In memory of Arik Einstein and in memory of everyone for whom Hapoel Tel Aviv was 'never-ending love, first love,'" the group explained in a tweet on X Network (formerly Twitter) of the tribute.
In memory of Arik Einstein z"l and in memory of all those for whom Hapoel Tel Aviv was "never-ending love, first love" - and to mark 10 years since the passing of the team's fan, esteemed singer and songwriter, the players will go to the game against Hapoel Haifa with the phrase "never-ending love" on their backs.
On the sides of the trial will fly Israeli flags, in memory of... pic.twitter.com/20yhFztDwb
— Hapoel Tel Aviv FC (@HapoelTelAvivFC) December 2, 2023
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