Winner League Basket 21-22
Cycle 31 – 23/05/2022
- Hapoel Tel Aviv
- 82 – 77
- Maccabi Tel Aviv
- Gilboa / Galil
- Monday, 23/05, 20:30
- Hapoel Jerusalem
ONE System | 23/05/2022 12:56
After losing 82:77 last night (Sunday) at home to Maccabi Tel Aviv and ending the season with a relegation in the quarterfinals of the Winner S League playoffs, Hapoel Tel Aviv was informed today (Monday) that it will face disciplinary action for throwing objects into the parquet that stopped the derby for large parts of the game. Brought to an end by the judges.
The Reds will face trial this Thursday for throwing the objects, with the prosecutor demanding a penalty of closing the Western stand behind the basket for two games. The report of the Disciplinary Prosecutor of the Basketball Association reads, among other things: Coming.
It was also written that “In addition, for the use of horns and the calls” Shimon Mizrahi will commit suicide “, I ask the court to impose an actual fine as well as a conditional fine, if a similar offense is committed in the coming year. I leave the determination of the amount of the fines to the discretion of the court. “
The league director posted her response: “The principal strongly condemns violent behavior in and out of the stands. We are sorry that there are those who choose to harm in such a way the proper and sporty conduct of the game and the entire industry and even endanger the players and fans. We are strengthened by the management of Hapoel Tel Aviv, which has decided to take the matter seriously so that such cases do not happen. “
Chairman of the Board, Samuel Frenkel, He said: “It is impossible to pass over in silence such events that have limited the real risk to the health of the players. It is important for me to note that I know there is a large majority of basketball fans who are excellent fans and against the phenomenon and even came out against it during the events that took place last night. I expect every team in the league to take targeted action to eradicate and condemn the violent phenomena from basketball halls in the future. I will also mention my appreciation to the refereeing team of last night’s derby game that despite the difficulty, brought the game to its legal conclusion on the floor. It is important that they receive full backing in such cases from the groups, the principal and the union. I call on all parties: the Ministry of Sports, the Israel Police, the Basketball Association and the directorate to join and cooperate in eradicating violence in basketball halls. “