Last Updated: Wed, 21 Nov 2012 13:22
Athletic Bilbao's Europa League clash at Hapoel Kyriat has been postponed due to safety concerns amid the ongoing unrest in Israel.
The La Liga outfit had already asked UEFA if they could play the match outside of Israel due to the ongoing conflict between that nation and Hamas.
Europe's governing body originally refused but after Wednesday's bomb blast on a bus in Tel Aviv - where the game was due to be played - they have agreed to suspend the match over safety concerns.
The Bilbao players had been waiting at the airport all morning as talks continued and their original flight was first delayed and then cancelled.
UEFA called the game off at midday on Wednesday but have yet to announce the new date, with neither club in with any real chance of reaching the knock-out stage of the competition.
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