Bnei Yehuda's curse

After the team's demotion from the Premier League, there is nothing else for it to do but to plan for the future.

Bnei Yehuda
Even before the final whistle had sounded last Saturday night, grown men were crying in the stands of Bloomfield Stadium.

It may not have been a matter of life or death, but Bnei Yehuda fans were inconsolable nevertheless.

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