Adding Muslim players had nothing to do with the Beitar Jerusalem's lousy season; not even their magical coach could save the players from themselves.
The wretched La Familia gang, which has given the Beitar Jerusalem team a bad name, never looked so dejected and defeated as at the end of Sunday's soccer match.
The calls to 'uproot soccer racism from our midst' and to boycott the team's games constitute either surrender or a desire to hide the shame, whereas it should be confronted head-on.
Hapoel Tel Aviv and Beitar Jerusalem were both battered over the summer. Only Beitar, however, continues to fight with all its guts and soul.
Arik Benado completed Maccabi Haifa's U-turn on Saturday, reviving the club's mental strength.
Anyone claiming that Atar deserved another chance either has vested interests or no idea of what went on behind the scenes in recent months.
Save for the capricious Maccabi Netanya, the other 13 teams in the Premier League have played fairly stable soccer during the first six games of the schedule.
This World Cup qualification campaign is already closed, locked and bolted. Believe it or not, this could be the best thing that's happened to us.
If the prime minister once said you don’t have to believe every word he says, then what do we have to complain about a soccer coach?
The 2012-13 season has got to be the one in which the Premier League becomes reunited.