What club did Maharan Radi support as a kid? And what is Ignacio Fideleleff's nickname? Answers to these questions and much more in the Tel Aviv Derby match programme

"When I was a kid I never went to any matches. I played a lot of football but I never went to see a match. I don't really like to watch matches. The first time I ever went to a match was actually quite recently, the National Cup final in 2006 between Hapoel Tel Aviv and Bnei Yehuda", says Maccabi Tel Aviv and Israel midfielder Maharan Radi in the match programme for the upcoming home derby against Hapoel Tel Aviv. "I've always been a Maccabi Tel Aviv fan. My brothers on the other hand are dyed-in-the-wool Maccabi Haifa fans, and in the 1994/95 season, when the rivalry between the two clubs got tempers flaring inside our house, my brothers would really pounce on me. But don't worry, I could give as good as I got."

In the match programme fans will be able to read a variety of  columns coming straight from the dressing room, including an introduction to Maccabi Tel Aviv's latest acquisition, defender Ignacio Fideleff.  The programme will also include all kinds of special offers worth hundreds of shekels, including a 30% discount on the winter collection at the official Maccabi Tel Aviv shop, a 30% discount at the Italian restaurant "Avanti" on Ibn Gvirol St. and a 35% discount on "Gant" watches at "Gentleman" shops throughout the city. In addition, in every programme a season ticket for next season's matches will be raffled off . During the match our hostesses will be circulating in the terraces and offering them to the fans. You can also purchase the programmes at the Maccabi Tel Aviv merchandising tent near gates 10 and 11 and at the shop near gates 4 and 5. Price of the programme is just 5 shekels.