Now it’s final: Hapoel Beer Sheva and Barak Bachar do not go to court and decide to compromise. Today (Monday) a final agreement was presented between the Maccabi Haifa coach and the club on the provision of financial compensation and the waiver of the possibility that he will sue the team, and thus in fact the legal issue between the parties ended. The person familiar with the details said that Barak Bachar received financial compensation in the amount of about half a million shekels.
Following the official announcement of Beer Sheva, Bachar In the post, he summed up the period in Turner: “I said goodbye to the huge crowd of Hapoel B’Shlosha and this club a few months ago, Beer Sheva is a city of people who always gave me a feeling of home, who were there for better or worse, people who entered my heart.” In the last few days we have reached an agreement on the termination of the engagement, and I am glad that we knew how to end the matter in a proper and good manner. Thanks to Alona, Asi, Ido, Nir and Eviatar for the years together, thanks to the amazing employees of Hapoel B’Shlosha who formed a family for me, and thanks again to everyone who was there during those five years – in the stands, at home, with the kind word on the street, and the warm and loving hug. I will never forget you. ”
also, As first reported in Sports1 Be’er Sheva confirmed that they had reached an agreement with Betar Jerusalem on the payment of David Keltins and Michael Ohana, which amounts to NIS 4.75 million, and even allowed the group from the capital to spread the amount over two payments, with the first already received and the second coming in January.
On another issue: after the stamping Strong desire for five years, Which has become the third Israeli acquisition of the season – Hapoel Beer Sheva want to finally close the saga of the cut against Case Ganem. The striker was called to the club’s offices in order to sign the new contract, while general manager Asi Rahamim told Ramzi Spori that he had been given the green light to look for a team on loan, unless he agreed to the outline.