In the last 15 years, Bnei Sakhnin played almost every season in the top tier of Israel. After a bad season, the team has been relegated to the second division, and there are too many reasons for the sink of the leading Arab club in Israel.
Lebanese club Nejmeh has refused playing in Jerusalem against Hilal Al-Quds. What’s the point? Who’s to blame? Where are we going from here? Uri has some thoughts.
Hilal Al-Quds played their first ever home match in the AFC Cup against Al-Wehdat from Jordan. Uri Levy was there and brought the feelings and emotions from the event.
Palestinian club football has been regressing in the past two years, but then Hilal Al-Quds decided to do something about it, and qualified for the AFC Cup group stage for the first time in their history.
In a last minute twist, Syria ended their Asian Cup journey, while Palestine finished in third place in Group B. Yet, Palestine didn’t qualify yet to the next stage.