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Following the "Golden Years" of the s,  Maccabi Tel Aviv found themselves as the new decade began challenged and ultimately eclipsed by the emergent HaPoel Petach Tikva, who during the late s and early s won five consecutive league titles.
The second of those championships, in , came at Maccabi's expense, with the Yellows leading the table on the last day of the season only to disappointingly lose their final match to Hapoel Haifa thereby handing the championship to Hapoel Petah Tikva.
But even the combined forces of the two best clubs in the country were no match for the Brazilians, who won, 3—1.
After a number of unremarkable seasons, the s saw the return of Maccabi Tel Aviv with one of their greatest coaches, Jerry Beit haLevi , who had served the club as a player in the s and, with the exception of one year, managed the club for the ten years between and The following season Maccabi Tel Aviv repeated the feat by exactly the same score, this time in a dramatic extra time victory over Bnei Yehuda that included goals by midfielders Moshe Asis and Rafi Baranes.
While the Cup competition was held as scheduled that year, the league was interrupted by the Six-Day War and was extended into Now coached by Israel Halivner, Maccabi Tel Aviv won their first and only championship of the decade after a combined 60 match weeks, leading Hapoel Petah Tikva by three points at the top of the Israel Premier League table.
But by far the most memorable event of the decade was Maccabi's success in the AFC Champions League in ,  the first Israeli football club to win an international competition in the country's history.
A less successful decade for Maccabi Tel Aviv perhaps, but the club still managed to win one championship and three Israel Football Association Cups.
By Maccabi Tel Aviv standards, the s had not been a particularly successful decade. With the coming of the s, all that was about to change.
The very first year of the decade was a stellar indication of that change as the team, under the able leadership of the late David Schweitzer , won an historic double.
On a rainy day at the end of January , 20, spectators saw Maccabi midfielder Giora Shpiegel score a hat-trick to lead his side to an unforgettable victory.
The following season was a weak one for Maccabi Tel Aviv that saw them finish tenth in the league table. Just four years later Maccabi Tel Aviv found themselves for the first time in a relegation battle, with the final week of the —76 season seeing no less than nine clubs battling it out to stay in the upper tier.
Maccabi beat Beitar Jerusalem , 2—0, with goals from strikers Rachamim Talbi and Benny Tabak , thus escaping what would have been the first drop in the club's history.
Maccabi won the match, 2—1, with goals from Malmilian and Spiegler. Striker Vicky Peretz finished as the league's leading goal scorer with 17 league goals and another five in IFA Cup competition.
One of his most memorable goals was in a 2—0 derby victory over Hapoel Tel Aviv in , when the defender struck an absolutely unstoppable ball from the edge of the area straight into the opposition net.
The s saw a period of below par achievements for Maccabi Tel Aviv FC, earning the decade the nickname the "thin years".
While adding two Israel Football Association IFA Cups to the trophy cabinet,  the club remained without a league title throughout the decade.
The first of the two consecutive IFA Cup triumphs, however, was won in dramatic fashion in a final against Maccabi Haifa in the —87 season.
While Maccabi Tel Aviv, third in the table, finished six places above their northern namesakes, the Cup final was a tight affair that ended, 3—3, after extra time and was decided in a penalty shoot-out.
The following season Maccabi Tel Aviv, now under the stewardship of Giora Spiegel,  underwent their worst defeat in the club's history, a 0—10 rout suffered at the hands of that same Maccabi Haifa.
Despite the fresh memories of their lacklustre performance in Haifa the team succeeded in returning to form thanks to a wonderful goal by midfielder Mickey Cohen and yet another from Benny Tabak that led to a 2—1 victory and a second straight IFA Cup title.
Another memorable event of the s occurred at the beginning of the decade, in a match against Beitar Jerusalem held at the YMCA Stadium in Jerusalem in the second matchweek of the —82 season.
The match referee Avraham Klein , of international reputation, disallowed a Beitar goal but the players continued to celebrate. Maccabi defender Menahem "Miko" Belo quickly resumed play, passed on to midfielder Moti Ivanir who found himself facing the Beitar keeper Yossi Mizrachi on his own.
To the great ire of the local fans he scored the goal that would ultimately lead to a 1—2 Maccabi victory. Despite the less than scintillating nature of Maccabi's performances throughout the decade, the club was blessed with a number of outstanding players, including Moti Ivanir, midfielder Alon Natan, goalkeeper Bonni Ginzburg and striker Eli Driks who succeeded in leaving their mark on the club's history.
Ivanir, who made his maiden performance for Maccabi aged 16, scored 67 times playing for the club throughout the decade, with the exception of the two years he spent at Dutch side Roda JC Kerkrade.
Alon Natan found the net 40 times before leaving the club for Bnei Yehuda at the end of the —90 season. He was subsequently forced into retirement at age 23 due to injury.
Bonni Ginzburg protected the Maccabi goal from the beginning of the decade until the —88 season. He earned himself a place on the national squad and two years later became the first Israeli goalkeeper to play abroad.
After the considerably less than spectacular decade of the s, a young head coach by the name of Avram Grant took over the reins at Maccabi Tel Aviv and brought with him a whole slew of young players that together brought about one of the most successful decades in the club's history.
By the time the decade had reached its halfway point the team had already won an historic "double" along with two more championships, two State Cups and one Toto League Cup , to which two more would be added before the decade had drawn to a close.
It all started in the —92 season, when by virtue of exceptional talent and quality attacking football under the leadership of Avraham Grant, Maccabi Tel Aviv won the league championship for the first time in thirteen years.
What contributed to this talent was, among other things, the arrival at the club of the Russian national goalkeeper Alexander Ubarov , who in time became a real Maccabi Tel Aviv legend.
With him arrived defender Alexander Polukarov , who also left an enduring mark at the club and together with midfielder Uri Malmilyan and the young midfielders Avi Nimni and Itzik Zohar returned Maccabi Tel Aviv to the top of Israeli football.
In the —93 season, after winning the Toto League Cup, this talented and successful group of young players of the s got their first taste of victory in the prestigious State Cup after goals by Itsik Zohar and fellow midfielder Nir Klinger decided the final against arch rivals Hapoel Tel Aviv.
But despite finishing an excellent season with 88 points, the league title, and hence an historic "double", remained beyond their grasp as Maccabi Haifa enjoyed a spectacular season that saw them play all 39 league matches without a loss and pip Maccabi Tel Aviv to the championship.
The game took place in an emotional atmosphere. It was of huge symbolic value for Maccabi Tel Aviv fans, and for many Israelis who ordinarily had no interest in basketball.
Maccabi Tel Aviv upset the heavily favored Soviets, 91— Even decades later, it was being replayed repeatedly on Israeli television.
Back home, hundreds of thousands of Israelis celebrated spontaneously in the streets, and , in Tel Aviv, congregated in celebration, in what is now Rabin Square.
Many jumped into its fountain, splashing in water and champagne. It was our retroactive victory over the Cossacks. The Israelis were pitted against the highly favored Mobilgirgi Varese , the champions of Italy's top league.
When the team returned home, it found , Israelis waiting for it. A golden era of the Maccabi ball club. Throughout the s and s, Maccabi dominated the Israeli League , winning all 20 league championships in a row.
It was proof that Maccabi was at the top of European professional club basketball for good. For Maccabi, there was no European-wide title in the decade, and the team had struggles in European competitions.
With the exception of , Maccabi absolutely dominated the Israel League, winning every championship. The " second golden era " of Maccabi, making it the second most successful European basketball club of that decade.
Maccabi made it to the FIBA EuroLeague 's title game in , which marked the start of Maccabis' second "golden era", the most successful of the club to date.
They also reached the European title game on two more occasions, in and The return to European glory for the club. This was the only year in European-wide professional club basketball history, with two recognized top-tier level European-wide champions, from two different organizations.
Maccabi fans did not have to wait too much for another big title, as it all clicked in the —04 season.
Sharp 's miracle three-pointer to survive the EuroLeague Top 16 that year, has become one of the classic shots in European basketball history, and is unforgettable for any Maccabi fan.
Once in the EuroLeague Final Four , Maccabi turned in a record breaking performance, with an outstanding point title game performance.
Maccabi managed to win back-to-back EuroLeague titles in , becoming the first team to do so since This team of —04 and —05, is generally considered as one of the best basketball teams in European club history, and certainly one of the most fun to watch ever in basketball history.
Anthony Parker and Maceo Baston left after that year, and returned home, signing multi-million dollar contracts with NBA teams. Israeli Super League legends Derrick Sharp and Tal Burstein, remained with Maccabi, and continued to play for their team until and , respectively.
Maccabi also dominated the Israel League, winning every tournament from , to , and winning multiple Cup tournaments. For the —11 season, management brought back head coach David Blatt , and added new premier players.
Maccabi reeled off nine consecutive wins to finish the EuroLeague regular season. Highlights included David Blu 's game-winning triple against Khmki , Sofoklis Schortsanitis 's dominance inside, and the defense of steals leaders Chuck Eidson and Doron Perkins.
Barca handed Maccabi another loss, this time in Tel Aviv — the only home defeat of the season — and ended Blatt's hopes for home-court advantage, in the next stage against Caja Laboral.
Maccabi prevailed in the EuroLeague playoff series, as the injured Perkins' replacement in the starting lineup, Guy Pnini , set a single-game-career-high in scoring, along the way, and the team moved on to the Final Four.
Pargo finished with the best performance index rating , and the second-most points per game, among all playoffs participants. He also ranked among the top five players in three-pointers made, assists, and steals.
Backup center Richard Hendrix , was named MVP of the first round of the EuroLeague Playoffs , and finished as the overall playoff leader in rebounds and blocks.
On 8 May , Maccabi lost the final game, 70—78, to Panathinaikos. With the exception of and , Maccabi, up to , also won every Israeli League from Maccabi announced that it would join the Adriatic League for the —12 season , joining the league for the second time, as it also joined the league for the —03 season , when it reached the League's finals game.
He played for the team during the lockout. In the Israeli Super League , Maccabi suffered huge disappointment, as they lost to Maccabi Haifa in the finals.
In the —14 EuroLeague season , Maccabi finished first in their regular season group. The team went on to finish third in their top 16 group, leading to a best-of-5 playoff series against Emporio Armani Milano , without the home-court advantage.
In the first game, Maccabi stunned the hosts from Milano, by turning a 7-point deficit, with 30 seconds remaining on the clock, into a overtime victory.
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