Beitar Jerusalem coach prepares for the Red Rivals: "The game is very important for our audience. It would be great if we were happy about it. • On his future at the club: "I want to stay, but this is not the time to deal with it." • On the hug with Shoa: "So they didn't like"
Ronnie Levy. Want to stay in Jerusalem
Roni Levi's Jerusalem Betar will meet Hapoel Tel Aviv tomorrow (Monday, 20:15) as part of the 24th round of the Premier League. The Jerusalemites, who in the previous cycle, cut the negative sequence with an important 0: 2 on Maccabi Haifa, held the press conference on Sunday for the spicy match against the sworn opponent.
According to recent practice, it seems that Roni Levy will continue to give credit to the ensemble that won Maccabi Haifa last week, with the implication that Eliran Attar and Hanan Maman will continue on 11. Connections Dan Einbinder and injured Garcia Levy will continue to be absent in the Betar ranks.
Levy began by saying: "There is no doubt that the upcoming game is very important to the team and the audience. Beyond that, I am not involved in anything else. I want to stay in Betar Jerusalem, but this is not the time to deal with these things. We are at the peak of the season, before one of the most important games, and only in that we concentrate. "
Ronnie Levy. Currently, not focusing on his future // Photo: Danny Maron
About Maccabi Haifa did not like his hug with Jordan Shua: "So they did not like. About the game - We had a decision-making problem before the last kick, but we replaced a number of players in the front.
On the Red Rival: "They changed coach and have since made a very good run of results. From bottom battles they are fighting for the top playoffs. Everyone knows that Tel Aviv has a strong team that is very difficult to play against. We prepare for a tough team and a tough game, we also feel it is a very special and important game for our audience. If we give him a reason to rejoice - that would be great. "