Dolev Haziza Complicated when a minister was caught with Maccabi Haifa fans during the championship celebrations, a song in which he called Maccabi Tel Aviv “neo-Nazis.” This caused him to be expelled from the Israeli team, and now a more severe punishment has arrived – he was removed from the first three games of next season and fined NIS 5,000.
In any case, he should not miss the season opener in the Premier League, as the penalty will apply to the “Champions League” game on July 24 and then to the Toto Cup semi-finals and finals / ranking games, depending on the team’s achievement in the last four stages.
The association’s prosecutor, Adv. Nir Reshef, and Maccabi Haifa’s attorney, Ofer Ben Asa, reached a plea agreement according to which the player will be removed from one Wickens game for NIS 2,000 – Judge Noam Lubin rejected him because Haziza was accused of misconduct. Which does not allow automatic representation, and yet did not apply for representation, and the plea agreement was signed by Ben Asa, came the power of the actor.
Watch the video in question in which Haziza calls Maccabi Tel Aviv “neo-Nazis”
Lubin criticized Haziza’s remarks: “There is no excuse to justify such calls, neither a justification of the ‘passion of the moment’ mentioned in the plea bargain nor a justification of ‘freedom of expression.’ “For the lyrics of the fan songs, he is ignorant of her name regarding the meaning of the words spoken, and the harm they cause to an entire public of people.”
Maccabi Haifa refused to comment on Haziza’s punishment, but a source in the team said: “A very severe punishment. The player was suspended from two games of the team, apologized and the court did not spare him – the same court that in a similar case ruled a much smaller punishment. Selective punishment.”