The winds blew last night (Wednesday) at Hapoel Beer-Sheva after the game against Hapoel Hadera (2: 2). The goal disqualification of Daniel Bar Natan in the 95th minute caused anger among coach Yossi Aboksis and the players. “There was no difference between Itamar Shabiru, so why exactly did they disqualify the gate?” Wonder at the club.
At the same time, the referees sent a message that the decision to disqualify the winning goal was right because another player from BS was different and as soon as he tried to play the ball the goal should be disqualified. We have never seen a fourth judge tell the chief judge what to do. “Here, too, it is a legal move since the fourth judge can assist when needed according to the laws.
The draw against Hadera drew a section for the team from the Negev capital in a sequence of three consecutive victories. “It’s momentum for an entire season that has stopped” they said at the club, adding: “It’s a double whammy feeling, both a feeling that we were deprived and stopped a great period of victories and a pity. We lost two precious points.”
Meanwhile, the capital of the Negev wants to strengthen its staff in January. In recent days, talks have been held with owner Alona Barkat regarding the possibility of adding defender Hatem Abdelhamid from Celtic. This is an expensive deal of over a million euros and therefore Barkat’s assistance is needed. The latter did not rule things out outright, although she took a step back in the management of the club and clarified that from now on they will have to make do with an income budget only (despite this she transferred NIS 5 million to the club this season). Another name that is on the table is of the contact Dor Micha, who may leave Anorthosis Famagusta in January. The money that went into the club’s coffers from the Europa League will help sign at least one player.
In another matter, Portuguese stopper Miguel Vitor underwent an MRI this week, but it looks like it will take him another week or two to finally recover from the injury he is suffering from. The Southern club hopes that Vitor will be on the roster next Sunday in the game against Bnei Yehuda.