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Championship Game Reports

Harazy and Amsalem Seal 1996
Ironi Rishon Le`zion - Beitar 0:2

You Should've Been There
Beitar - Hapoel Jerusalem 2:1

A League of their Own
Hapoel Tel-Aviv - Beitar 1:4

Beitar - Hapoel Kfar-Saba 2:1

Only Two?
Maccabi Haifa - Beitar 0:2

1 and 1 Make 11
Beitar - Hapoel Petah-Tikva 3:0

Did Anyone Say Istvan?
Hapoel Taibe - Beitar 0:3


Toto Cup Game Reports

Troubles Come in Triplets
Beitar - Bnei-Yehuda 2:2
Another Day at the Office
Maccabi Herzelia - Beitar 1:2

4 Beitar players to appear in the national team's opening squad today

December 15 - The Israeli national team is going to play today(18:00) against Luxemburg. Apprently, goal-keeper Itsik Kornfein and midfielder Yossi Abuxis will join striker Eli Ohana and left-wing defender David Amsalem in the opening squad. Shmulik Levy, who was summoned to the national team a few days ago, may be coach Shlomo Sharf's first choice as a replacement for right-wing defender Alon Hazan, who will open despite being slightly injured.

Harazi to undergo surgery in his foot, will not play in Sunderland

December 11 - Following Ronen Harazi's medical examinations, Sunderland FC from the English premiere league has decided not to sign him up. Harazi will probably undergo surgery in his left foot within the next week, and the current prognosis is that he will not be able to play football for at least 3 months. Consequently, Ronen was released today from the national football team. See Harazi's farewell page to remember happier days.

Harazi's medical examinations concern Sunderland management

December 11 - Ronen Harazi's old ankle injury is the main reason for Sunderland FC's concern. According to a diagnosis made last year by famous sports physician Dr. Martens, Ronen's ankle requires surgery. According to "Yediot Aharonot", the main obstacle is Harazi's insurance, in view of his suspected injury. Maccabi Haifa was mentioned as one of the alternatives in case the Sunderland deal goes under.

Beitar Jerusalem takes over the national team

December 1 - Shlomo Sharf, the national team's coach, announced yesterday that he would summon Beitar's goal keepr, Itsik Kornfein and defender Shmulik Levy to the national team. Sharf said he may also summon Asi Domb, thus raising the number of Beitar's players in the national team to 8: Kornfein, Levy, Domb, Amsalem, Abuxis, Zohar and Ohana, plus Harazi who may still be counted as one of the good guys.

Supreme tribunal of IFA reduces Beitar's punishment

November 27 - The supreme tribunal of the Israeli Football Association reduced Beitar's punishment today, making the previous punishment a suspended one. Beitar was to play one home game with no spectators, following the riot in the Ramat Gan stadium during which some Jerusalem fans burned several dozens of platic seats.

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