Betar fans gather in Ramat Gan despite ban

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May 13, 2007 19:52

 
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Thousands of Betar fans gathered on Sunday evening outside the Ramat Gan stadium for their team's match against Hapoel Tel Aviv, despite the IFA's decree that the game would take place without spectators following last Sunday's soccer crush at Teddy Stadium in Jerusalem that injured two Betar fans. Betar fans also packed the capital's Sacher Park, where billionaire Betar owner Arkady Gaydamak had set up giant screens to show the broadcast.


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