Sagi Berman will advance and referee this season in the Premier League


ONE System | 30/07/2020 22:03

Sagi Berman with Menachem Koretzky (Shahar Gross)

Sagi Berman with Menachem Koretzky (Shahar Gross)

The board of the referees ‘association today (Thursday) approved the recommendations of the national professional committee of the referees’ association and decided on the promotions the referees will receive, with Sagi Berman first from the national league and refereeing this season in the Premier League, while Idan Zoller and Rusty Talis will serve as assistant referees in the senior league.

In addition, Vitaly Bondarev was promoted to the National League, while assistant referees Victor Meir and Guy Clipper were also promoted to the minor leagues. The announcement regarding the promotions reads: “The committee’s recommendations were formulated after a number of in-depth and thorough meetings. The professional committee wishes great success to the judges and assistant judges who were promoted and is confident in their professional ability to contribute to the achievement of the union’s goals. “

Sagi Berman issues a yellow card to Firas Abu Aqel (Amit Mitzpe) Sagi Berman issues a yellow card to Firas Abu Aqal (Amit Mitzpe)

Ronit TiroshThe chairman of the referees ‘association commented on the promotions and said: “I am pleased to congratulate the referees and assistants who have joined the league on behalf of the referees’ association management and the professional committee. We were impressed by the investment, dedication and successful and professional judgment you demonstrated in the games. Continue to represent the Union of Judges with dignity. This is a great opportunity to thank Ziv Adler who retired for decades of excellence and a great contribution to the union. Ziv, thanks to his character and professional abilities, is an exemplary example for the future generation of judges in Israel. “

Ronit Tirosh (Radad Jabara) Ronit Tirosh (Radad Jabara)


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