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Tibi Cohen (Hebrew : טיבי כהן) was an Israeli footballer and football manager, who played for Maccabi Haifa and later for Beitar Haifa, where he served and manager-player.
Cohen joined Maccabi Haifa when he immigrated to Israel in 1949 and stayed there until retiring in 1958.The club's best achievements during this period were finishing third in the league in 1957–58 and reaching the cup semi-finals in 1955. In April 1958, Cohen was called up to national team's reserve squad, but didn't make it up to the national squad.
In 1962, Cohen was appointed as coach of Beitar Haifa.Cohen led the team to a 5th place finish in the North A Division of Liga Bet, which led to promotion play-offs for the final spot in Liga Alef. The club made it to the play-offs final, but lost to Hapoel Herzliya and stayed in Liga Bet. Cohen left the club at the end of the season and was replaced by Jonny Hardy, who took the club to Liga Alef at the following season.
The 1953–54 Liga Alef season saw Maccabi Tel Aviv were crowned champions for the third successive time, whilst Eliezer Spiegel of Maccabi Petah Tikva was the league's top scorer with 16 goals. No clubs were relegated as the league was expanded to 14 clubs in the following season.
The 1951–52 Liga Bet season saw Hapoel Balfouria and Hapoel Kfar Saba promoted to Liga Alef. Hapoel Kfar Ata of the North Division, Maccabi Nes Tziona and Hapoel HaNamal Jaffa of the South Division were all relegated. Hapoel HaNamal Haifa relegated following suspension, whilst Beitar Netanya and Hapoel Zikhron Ya'akov both withdrew from the league during season. thus, also relegated to Liga Gimel.
Hapoel Herzliya is an Israeli football club based in Herzliya. The club is currently in Liga Alef North division and play their home matches at the Herzliya Municipal Stadium.
Eliezer Spiegel was a footballer and manager, who played for Maccabi Petah Tikva, Beitar Tel Aviv and for the Israel national football team in the 1940s and 1950s.
The Israel Super Cup, also known as Champion of Champions, is an Israeli association football club competition played as a single match between the winner of the latest Israeli top league champions and the winner of the latest Israel State Cup. If a team won both the championship and the state cup, their designated rival for the Super Cup match was the league runner-up.
Hapoel Afula is an Israeli football club based in Afula. The club is currently in Liga Leumit and plays at the Afula Illit Stadium. Their main rivals are Hapoel Asi Gilboa.
The 1955–56 Liga Alef season was the first in which Liga Alef was the second tier of Israeli football due to the formation of Liga Leumit, and was the first nationwide second tier season.
The 1962–63 Liga Bet season saw Hapoel Acre, Hapoel Nahliel, YMCA Jerusalem and SK Nes Tziona win their regional divisions and promoted to Liga Alef.
The 1968–69 Israel State Cup was the 30th season of Israel's nationwide football cup competition and the 15th after the Israeli Declaration of Independence.
The 10th Anniversary Cup was a stand-alone cup competition played to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Israeli Declaration of Independence.
The 1962–63 Liga Gimel season saw 158 clubs competing in 14 regional divisions for promotion to Liga Bet.
The 1954–55 season was the 7th season of competitive football in Israel and the 29th season under the Israeli Football Association, established in 1928, during the British Mandate.
The 1955–56 season was the 8th season of competitive football in Israel and the 30th season under the Israeli Football Association, established in 1928, during the British Mandate.
Shlomo Levi was an Israeli footballer, who played for Maccabi Haifa, Hapoel Haifa and Hapoel Ramat Gan, among others, and for Israel
The 1962–63 season was the 15th season of competitive football in Israel and the 37th season under the Israeli Football Association, established in 1928, during the British Mandate.
The 1954–55 Maccabi Haifa season was the club's 42nd season since its establishment, in 1913, and 7th since the establishment of the State of Israel.
The 1955–56 Beitar Jerusalem season was the club's 20th season since its establishment, in 1936, and 8th since the establishment of the State of Israel.
The 1955–56 Hapoel Balfouria season was the club's 13th season since its establishment, in 1942, and 8th since the establishment of the State of Israel.
The 1955–56 Hapoel Hadera season was the club's 23rd season since its establishment, in 1934, and 8th since the establishment of the State of Israel.