Adelman delivered his resignation without hiding his anger in the statement.

“I don’t understand the moral standards of those who ordered these statements to be written and distributed,” Adelman said in a letter announcing his resignation, adding, “The war is a indiscriminate massacre of Jews by the terrorist group Hamas.”

Adelman appears to point out that the Tottenham statement did not clarify who was responsible for the brutal violence. It seems to have demanded that the expression “Hamas’ invasion and atrocity” be specified. It is also argued that Adelman was so angry because he was also Jewish.

Adelman said, “It was an honor to serve as the president of the Professional Protection Association for Player Responsibility (which ensures professional stability for retired athletes). “I’m happy that retired players could help when they needed it,” he reportedly finished his resignation. 토토사이트

Adelman also expressed disappointment with the FA as the English Football Association (FA) responded lukewarmly to the war, along with Tottenham’s “sloppy” statement. Adelman said, “FA was an organization I thought it would be, so I didn’t think much about it, but I thought Tottenham would be better,” and expressed his betrayal and disappointment toward Tottenham, saying, “Tottenham not only has Israeli players (Manor Solomon) but also has expressed solidarity and support with Ukraine.”

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