Beitar Jerusalem fined NIS 50,000 over fans' anti-Arab racism
Despite tension, Beitar Jerusalem game against Umm al-Fahm passes with relative calm, ending in 5-0 victory for the capital's team.
An Israel Football Association disciplinary tribunal fined Beitar Jerusalem NIS 50,000 and ordered the eastern stand of Teddy Stadium closed for the team’s next five games, after fans hurled racist abuse during the team’s game on Saturday against Bnei Yehuda. The fans were protesting the team’s plan to sign two Muslim players from Chechnya.
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