Celebrating does not intend to deal with the issue until after the miracle of Ness Ziona, but due to the club's announcement they realize something has gone wrong: “It looks bad from the side, but in a few days things will work out.” The organization makes it clear: the message doesn't say we support racism
La Familia's announcement last night (Saturday), stating that the organization cut off from Betar Jerusalem's management just three days after the festive press conference held by Moshe celebrating at the Sokolov House in Tel Aviv, caught at least some of the club's unprepared. The club hoped that the press conference was a departure New and celebratory was already listed on one of his biggest achievements – eradicating the phenomenon of racism, but after yesterday's announcement at the club realize that something went wrong and rushed to issue a laconic message on the matter.
It is worth noting that despite the announcement yesterday, La Familia continues to argue that racism will not be supported and encouraged. The organization claims that “we are not prepared to be subject to management every step we take. Only we will determine what will happen in the stands.”
However, a source close to the club said this morning: “It does not look good from the side, but those who know Betar know that in a few days things will work out.” The same official confirmed that there have been attempts since the night to mediate again between La Familia and the club. In response to the night that they “read” La Familia's message, but decided that they concentrate solely on the game against Nes Ziona to be held tonight, after which they will return to the topic of fans. The celebrant himself may issue another announcement on the matter. “He will not shake hands because of some fans. He will fight to the end, should he return to sue personally,” Betar said.
Antoine Conte is fit and very likely to open in the lineup, probably as a brake alongside a golden light. The only position for which Roni Levy is debating is the right-wing position. Gadi Kinda looks set to open in the center of the midfield and another player, perhaps Levi Garcia, will play the wing. Tal Ben Haim and Era Vered will not take part in the game, of course.
Celebrates and represents the organization at the festive press conference. “Things Will Work Out” (Audi Citiat)