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3000 Views This Month


I just wanted to give a huge Thank You to everyone that reads this blog. The number of views has doubled from last month to go over Three Thousand! with a few days left. This has been another amazing month for this blog and Israeli Football. I might sound like a broken record, but the readers make it possible! Toda 🙂 Let’s go to my favorite song…

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  1. Gerre
    June 30, 2010 at 4:25 am

    You’re welcome 😉 Keep up the good work because it’s interesting to read about the transfer rumours and team analyses (not really easy for Belgians to read Israeli newspapers). Ever since Barda found his way to the Belgian league, i’ve been following the ligat ha’al with a lot of interest; you have quite some technically skilled players with great value-for-money for Belgian teams.

    Greetings, a Genkfan

    • snowbozo21
      June 30, 2010 at 3:53 pm

      Thanks, Yea there are definitely some good players that could do well in the Belgian League. I’d say that the biggest difference between the two leagues isn’t necessarily the athleticism, as it is the professionalism and money that are in the Belgian League. I think our top three teams could definitely play head to against the top teams in Belgium, but overall from top to bottom the Belgian league is much stronger. I thought that Barda might be leaving this summer, he was sensational for you guys in the Belgian playoffs. For me he is Israel’s best striker and could do well in a bigger league.

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