Ashdod SC – Hapoel Be’er Sheva

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Start date: 11. May 2020, 20:00

Location: Ashdod Venue: Yud-Alef Stadium

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NAME: Ashdod SC – Hapoel Be’er Sheva
DATE: May 11, 2020
TIME: 14:00 UTC
VENUE: Yud-Alef Stadium, Ashdod , Israel


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About Ashdod SC

F.C. Ironi Ashdod (Hebrew: מועדון ספורט עירוני אשדוד‎, Moadon Sport Ashdod, lit. Ashdod Sport Club or in short Hebrew: מ.ס. אשדוד‎, Mem Samekh Ashdod, lit. F.C. Ashdod) is an Israeli football club, playing in the port city of Ashdod. The unconventional name of the group (dissimilar to most Israeli soccer groups, the name shows just the club’s home city however no affiliation, for example Hapoel, Maccabi, Beitar and so on.) is the aftereffect of the association of two city rivals, Hapoel Ashdod and Maccabi Ironi Ashdod.

During the club’s first years, its unit hues were totally blue. Nonetheless, when Haim Revivo played an increasingly unmistakable job in the club, the hues were changed to red and yellow. The choice was made that the unit should consolidate the past two clubs’ hues, Hapoel having been red and Maccabi yellow.

The club was not quickly effective after the merger, and fan support was deficient. During the 2004–05 season, they arrived at their most noteworthy accomplishment, a third-place finish in the Israeli Premier League and a compartment in the UEFA Cup. The club additionally arrived at the last of the Toto Cup, just to go out on extra shots. Their first time in a mainland rivalry was not a paramount one, as they went out to the Slovenian PrvaLiga other participants, NK Domžale.

Preceding the 2014–15 season, the club added Ironi to its name. In any case, following a contest with aficionados of the past club, Maccabi Ironi Ashdod, during the 2–3 destruction against Maccabi Netanya in the last match of the customary season, the club’s director, Jacky Ben-Zaken, chose to rename the club to Hapoel Ashdod and to play in red shirts.[1] Despite alerts from the Israel Football Association, which educated the club that such changes during season are illegal,[2] Ashdod showed up for their next match, which opened the Bottom season finisher, against Hapoel Ra’anana in red shirts, with the inscription “F.C. Hapoel Ashdod”,[3] and was inevitably disciplined.[4] Furthermore, the club was rebuffed by FIFA with six focuses conclusion for neglecting to pay a discretion grant to Nigerian club, Kaduna United, for the exchange of Efe Ambrose in 2010. Accordingly, the club has been dropped to the base spot in the Israeli Premier League.[5] However, in an excellent choice, FIFA turned around its choice after it was discovered that the club paid the assertion award.[6] At the finish of the period, the club completed at the base of the class, subsequent to neglecting to enlist a success during their last 15 matches, and without precedent for their history, were consigned to the subsequent level, Liga Leumit, following a destruction of 0–1 against Hapoel Tel Aviv.[7][8]

In the 2015–16 season, the club won Liga Leumit and made a quick come back to the Israeli Premier League.

About Hapoel Be’er Sheva

Hapoel Beer-Sheva Football Club (Hebrew: מועדון הכדורגל הפועל באר שבע, Moadon HaKaduregel Hapoel Be’er Sheva) is an Israeli football club from the city of Be’er Sheva, that contends in the Israeli Premier League. The club was built up in 1949, and since 2007 it has been controlled by agent Alona Barkat, who fills in as the club’s proprietor. The club likewise incorporates youth groups, young men and kids, and a football school.[1]

The home uniform shades of the club are red and white. Until 1959, the club played its home games at an arena that was situated in the old city of Be’er Sheva. In 1960, the club moved to Vasermil Stadium. Beginning from the 2015–16 season, the home ground of the group is Turner Stadium.

The club started to win titles during the 1970s. Consistently, the group has won five titles, one Israel State Cup, four Toto Cup (One in Liga Leumit), four Israel Super Cup (One in the Second Division) and one Lilian Cup. Be’er Sheva is additionally the primary group throughout the entire existence of Israeli football to play in an European rivalry, together with Beitar Jerusalem, and the principal group throughout the entire existence of Israeli football that played in the UEFA Cup together with Hapoel Tel Aviv.

The group began in 1949, when Zalman Casspi was a footballer at Hapoel Ramat Gan. He set up an office to discover youthful abilities in the travel camps in the Be’er Sheva zone, so as to in the long run set up a soccer group. In April 1950, the gathering was set up in the structure of the Hapoel Center.

Hapoel Be’er Sheva played just because on 1 May 1950 and won 5–4 Hapoel Mefalsim, a group made up of players who moved to Israel from South America. The objectives were scored by Marcus Abergil (team), Henry Lev (couple) and Baruch Cohen. Around then, the group took part in amicable matches against groups from the two senior classes, and Derby was held against Maccabi Be’er Sheva, which finished with a 3–3 draw.

In 1952, the club official movement was suspended after the Association concluded that the topographical separation would not permit its cooperation, yet in 1954 the gathering was re-enlisted in the 1954–55 group in the Negev district of Liga Gimel, the third class at that point. Be’er Sheva completed the season in the seventh and last spot in the Negev district with one dominate from 12 matches, 22 required objectives and just 5 objectives.

The 1955–56 season, under the direction of mentor Yosef Azran, completed first in the Southern District of Liga Gimel, the fourth group at that point. In the passing games for transfer to Liga Bet, Be’er Sheva contended with Hapoel Lod, Hapoel Ramla and Hapoel Holon, and in the definitive game in Rehovot she beat Hapoel Jaffa 0–5 and qualified for the subsequent division. In the 1956–57 season, the group completed seventh in the alliance in the Southern District.

In the 1957–58 season, Lonia Dvorin supplanted Yosef Azran at the training post. In a similar season, the Football Association halted all the alliances under the primary division towards their end, with Be’er Sheva in runner up prompting the first round of tests, following doubts of pay-offs and predispositions, all of which have been solidified for the season. Toward the finish of the period the group arrived at the last of the “Football Association Cup”, however lost 7–1 to Hapoel Tiberias.

In the 1958–59 season the group completed second in the alliance in the Southern District and qualified for the principal phase of the tests. In the primary test game she lost 0–5 to Hapoel Afula and Dvorin left the group instructing. Previous Israeli national group mentor Jack Gibbons had his spot and driven the group to Liga Alef subsequent to dominating the unequivocal match against Hapoel Netanya in Rehovot 2–1.

In the 1959–60 season, Hapoel Be’er Sheva moved to play on a grass in the city arena in Be’er Sheva. This season, Yechiel Mor, 27-year-old from Hapoel Ramat Gan, joined the group and started to fill in as player-mentor. Under his direction, the group completed ninth in Liga Alef. In anticipation of the 1960–61 Beer Sheva played their first game against a worldwide group when she facilitated Cyprus Anorthosis Famagusta for an agreeable game, which finished in a 1–2 misfortune. This season they completed ninth once more.

In the 1961–62 season, Rober Eryol was named mentor of the group, yet after five matches Be’er Sheva stayed without focuses, and the club chose to fire Eryol and rehire mentor Yechiel Mor back. In a similar season, the group arrived at the semi-finals of the State Cup without precedent for history, in the Liga Alef, in the wake of beating Hapoel Ramla 2–1 in the eighth round. In the quarterfinals, Hapoel Tel Aviv won 3–1 and was dispensed with after a misfortune 3–0 to Maccabi Tel Aviv in the semi-finals.

In the 1963–64 season, the alliance was partitioned into two regions – North and South, and Be’er Sheva completed as the “winter champion” in the Liga Alef South. Be’er Sheva battled with Beitar Tel Aviv to progress to the national association in the Southern District, and toward the finish of the period Beitar Tel Aviv completed first with a superior objective differential.

In the 1964–65 season, under the direction of Yugoslav mentor Slavko Milošević, the group vied for the national class against Beitar Ramla and Beitar Jerusalem, lastly completed first in the Liga Alef South association, with a hole of nine focuses from runner up, and qualified for the national alliance without precedent for its history. Moreover, the group arrived at the quarterfinals of the State Cup subsequent to overcoming Hapoel Haifa from the Liga Leumit. In the quarterfinals they lost 2–4 to Hapoel Tel Aviv after an expansion. During the period of advancement, Eliyahu Offer, midfielder-striker Abraham Noma and buying player Haim Cohen, who was the group top scorer with 20 objectives this season, were obvious in the season.

In the 1965–66 season, Yugoslav Selvole Stanković was named mentor of the group and was joined by midfielder Yitzhak Gozlan, who originated from Hapoel Ofakim. This season, Be’er Sheva vowed to remain just in the last round, when she beat Maccabi Netanya 4–0 and completed thirteenth in the alliance.

In the late spring of 1966, Yehiel Mor was again selected mentor of the group, and the hostile midfielder Meir Barad was joined from the Youth office to the main group. After 12 adjusts the group drove the class table and later joined the group of youth player Rafi Eliyahu. Toward the finish of the twofold season 1966–68, the group completed ninth in the table, and Abraham Noma won the Israeli Footballer of the Year grant.

In the 1968–69 season, Selvole Stepanović was selected mentor of the group, however as of now toward the start of the period to they fell into last spot in the association. Accordingly, the administration brought the previous mentor of the group, Lonia Dvorin, to fill in as an expert supervisor. After the sixteenth round, Stepanović was terminated and supplanted by Moshe Litbek. Under his direction, the group figured out how to complete in fourteenth place and stay in the alliance. What’s more, the group arrived at the quarterfinals of the State Cup after a 2–1 triumph over Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv in the eighth round. In the quarterfinals the group lost 2–3 to Maccabi Sha’arayim.

In the 1969–70 season, under the direction of Avraham Menchel, the group scored just a couple of objectives, getting done with just 24 objectives, and was absorbing it when it got done with 49 objectives against. In addition to other things, the group lost 0–8 to Hapoel Tel Aviv. The group completed the season in the sixteenth and last spot in the table, and went down to Liga Alef following five years in the Liga Leumit.

In the 1970–71 season, Moshe Litbek came back to the situation of mentor of the group. Which started based on its young players toward the finish of the period, the group came back to the top association from the lead position in the Liga Alef South, with a hole of 14 focuses from the second Hapoel Yehud, when Meir Barad completed the season as the group’s top scorer with 18 objectives. The choice was made by the victors of Liga Alef North, Maccabi Jaffa, in the Super Cup to the subsequent alliance.

Toward the start of the 1971–72 season, Be’er Sheva was in the top positions of the Liga Leumit, however Meir Barad injury and a question between the club’s administration and Rafi Eliyahu drove the group to the base of the alliance. The arrival of Barad and Eliyahu two months after the fact didn’t change their karma, and the group completed twelfth in the table with only 25 objectives, with Barad completing the season as lord of the group with 11 objectives. In a similar season, the group met with Aston Villa, one of the best three groups in England at that point, and won it 3–1.

In the 1972–73 season, Eli Fuchs was named mentor of the group, and was joined by the pioneer Shalom Avitan from Beitar Be’er Sheva. The group opened at the base, however improved with the advancement of the period on account of Abraham Numa who was the group top scorer with 14 objectives this season, completing fifth in the table, the best situation in its history up to that point.

The 1973–74 season, began ineffectively, and after 18 matches Be’er Sheva was in fourteenth spot in the group, yet as the class advanced, it improved and completed the season in seventh spot in the table. What’s more, the group arrived at the quarter finals of the State Cup, in which it lost 1–3 to Hapoel Petah Tikva in summarizing two games.