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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old July 21st, 2009, 00:12 Thread Starter
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Gaydamak to leave Beitar for Kornfine!!

As far as the media reported in the last few hours, Beitar owner Arkady Gaidamak has agreed to give a "present" for Itzik Kornfine clubs current general manager.
Beitar who is financial crisis and had the risk to see many of its star players to leave and even to have its permission to play in top flight denied, could be saved at the last time.
Arakdy said he found two people who are willing to sponsor the club, one is an Israeli businessman who lives in the US and is supporter of the club and the other is a Jewish Brazilian who lives abroad. If this confirms, Gaydamak will give Kornfine the club and the former Beitar keeper will be the new boss
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Today it was confirmed the rumour and Kornfine has been designated the new boss. Arakdy Gaydamek though has said that officially he is still the owner, but all decisions are on the former keepers hand.
Beitar has also received help from a Jewish businessman Agayer (?) that will put some money in the club to honour the wages and the minimum to begin the season.
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Good stuff...

Although we are missing in Europe..which is a shame... we can rebuilt our empire and start from scratch

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At least Beitar will start the season with most of its players from last season and won´t have the risk to have points deducted or relegating division.

The only point is that Gaydamak is smart, officially he is still the owner, but the decisions are for Kornfine. meaning that anything wrong the former keeper is to be blamed. If Beitar eventually appears on a good moment definitely he will get back to the stages.

I could be wrong here, but since it is Gaydamak and especially since it is Beitar we can´t we can´t be sure of anything.
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At least Beitar will start the season with most of its players from last season and won´t have the risk to have points deducted or relegating division.

The only point is that Gaydamak is smart, officially he is still the owner, but the decisions are for Kornfine. meaning that anything wrong the former keeper is to be blamed. If Beitar eventually appears on a good moment definitely he will get back to the stages.

I could be wrong here, but since it is Gaydamak and especially since it is Beitar we can´t we can´t be sure of anything.
He has strategies..and i dont thin he was looking to win every season..or so he thinks.
He wants to have the team come back to the upper tables and to also make an appearance in Europe. That will be good. Get a name around...

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He has strategies..and i dont thin he was looking to win every season..or so he thinks.
He wants to have the team come back to the upper tables and to also make an appearance in Europe. That will be good. Get a name around...
He wants to be mayor of Jerusalem his real intentions when he bought Beitar
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Aside from being Mayor and then running for Prime Minister..he has to take things easier and start putting his money where his mouth is...

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It is rumoured he left for Russia because he was kind of sick. He traveled back in order to treat it.
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