06 August 2017

'Friendly' football attack on officials

The meaning of friendly game is to play a match of good spirit and without any incidents between two clubs, but some supporters do not realize that. One Israeli team will not remember recent trip to Suchocin by any good.
As any other club, before their season starts later this month, Hapoel Petah Tikva was headed to Poland to play preparatory game against MKS Ciechanow on Wednesday evening. The visitors won 2:0, and instead of celebrations after the match began real trouble. A group of masked hooligans, without any reason, attacked two stuff members from the Israeli club. Oz Batzon and Moshe Harel both experienced slight face injuries. This was immediately characterized as 'anti-Semitic incident' by the Polish government, while their spokesman Rafal Bochenek is convinced that police will find the perpetrators.


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