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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old June 2nd, 2012, 12:05 Thread Starter
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since im part of the 12th player i thought we should have such a thread in here about supporters groups israel in all sports.

Maccabi Tel-Aviv(The 12th Player) -

Derby against Hapoel
amazing show of all of the fans with the capo on the pitch


how powerful it was on T.V




volleyball -



Hapoel Tel-Aviv (Ultras Hapoel) -
Shalcke 04 Away



basketball -






Maccabi Haifa (Green Apes) -




Hapoel Beer Sheva -





Hapoel Holon (gate 3 - basketball)



Tifos -
Maccabi Tel-Aviv -


"Success comes before work only in the dictionary"


Hapoel Tel-Aviv -

"we are driven by pure hate"


Maccabi Haifa -



Maccabi Netanya -



Beitar Jeusalem -


"Your the soul that beating inside of me"


i will try to update with new media when the new season begin
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post #2 of 28 (permalink) Old June 2nd, 2012, 23:13
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Really nice initiative! Thanks for sharing, it is interesting to show these videos.
Israel has one of the most warm crowds in Europe,

There is a video in the internet about the Maccabi fans using the flares in a derby against Hapoel some years ago in which we scored two goals in less than 5 minutes. It was a great atmosphere.
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Really nice initiative! Thanks for sharing, it is interesting to show these videos.
Israel has one of the most warm crowds in Europe,

There is a video in the internet about the Maccabi fans using the flares in a derby against Hapoel some years ago in which we scored two goals in less than 5 minutes. It was a great atmosphere.
talking about this right?

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Precisely. The very same

On that time it was permitted to use the flares but with todays situation in Israeli football and with no police things aren´t really stable to enter with these items.
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no it wasnt allowed back then aswell, we got those inside the stadium inside our underwears but since 2007 FA decided to lower points if you use those.. so it stopped.
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no it wasnt allowed back then aswell, we got those inside the stadium inside our underwears but since 2007 FA decided to lower points if you use those.. so it stopped.
Haha...so of course you needed a lot of people willing to place these flares on their underwears

Well talking about punishments this season was quite a joke the IFA court decisions with no criteria at all.
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when a guy like Luzon is our "prime minister" we got no future.
instead of talking with the fans, groups like germany FA does, they do the exactly opposite and hurt the stadiums atmosphere.
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when a guy like Luzon is our "prime minister" we got no future.
instead of talking with the fans, groups like germany FA does, they do the exactly opposite and hurt the stadiums atmosphere.
True. Have you seen Luzon´s inteview today?

In his view he has done nothing wrong and the opposite he has improved Israeli football.
He has done good things like bringing the Euro U-21 finals to Israel, improving stadiums and a good relationship with Platini but internally speaking, the fans, administration and so one we went back. The kizuz two seasons ago was the limit.
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the most important thing in football are the fans, you play for them.
when he doesnt care about them, and you know what, even the media doesnt care about us, they blame us for being "violence" instead of trying to find a solution for each situation.

all we can do is be jelous of the germans.
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the most important thing in football are the fans, you play for them.
when he doesnt care about them, and you know what, even the media doesnt care about us, they blame us for being "violence" instead of trying to find a solution for each situation.

all we can do is be jelous of the germans.
Luzon has a huge ego, and will never admit any errors.
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Luzon has a huge ego, and will never admit any errors.
Unfortunately that is true but it isn´t only Luzon it extends to many people in Israeli football and that is one of the reasons why we don´t succeed in football.
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the most important thing in football are the fans, you play for them.
when he doesnt care about them, and you know what, even the media doesnt care about us, they blame us for being "violence" instead of trying to find a solution for each situation.

all we can do is be jelous of the germans.
In organization and discipline the Germans are unbeatable without a doubt.

Regarding the fans that is true. More and more football is becoming a business as we all can see and many of the owners don´t even know the game properly so they treat it rationally as a pure company and forget that the game doesn´t exist without the fans and passion.
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anywayz, i found a nice video of the 12th player protest from 2004, its realy nice and theyre talking about the base of the supporters group there.
its in hebrew ofcourse
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you can post their videos if you like, to say the truth theyre nothing like any other group because they dont support for the whole 90 mins..
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you can post their videos if you like, to say the truth theyre nothing like any other group because they dont support for the whole 90 mins..
Maybe La Famiglia has been restricted to its chants because of the harsh punishments Beitar received in monetary and in sporting spheres.
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Maybe La Famiglia has been restricted to its chants because of the harsh punishments Beitar received in monetary and in sporting spheres.
nah, they never sing for 90 mins, even before the punishments. theyre not even a "supporter group" theyre more like wannabe hooligans group although they'rnt.
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nah, they never sing for 90 mins, even before the punishments. theyre not even a "supporter group" theyre more like wannabe hooligans group although they'rnt.
Teddy has a very good acoustic for home games since the roofs make the sound eco in to the pitch and give the impression of even more fans.

Beitar fans normally are extremes in terms of supporting during the game. If the team is playing well or at least is having a good moment in the pitch they support, if the team is bad they silent a bit.

A strong Beitar is good for the league, the fans carried the team out of relegation this season and Eli Cohen had some peace to work after his successful pasage through the club in the past.
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Teddy has a very good acoustic for home games since the roofs make the sound eco in to the pitch and give the impression of even more fans.

Beitar fans normally are extremes in terms of supporting during the game. If the team is playing well or at least is having a good moment in the pitch they support, if the team is bad they silent a bit.

A strong Beitar is good for the league, the fans carried the team out of relegation this season and Eli Cohen had some peace to work after his successful pasage through the club in the past.
strong beitar is good for everyone, and like you said the stadium make them sound more.
But still, beitar fans are overrated, theyre nothing like the 12th player, ultras hapoel and the green apes, and im saying it from objective view since i hate haifa and hapoel much more than i hate beitar (which i dont hate at all)
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