Ahead of the game on Sunday (20:00) in front of CS Ashdod to be held in Beit Shemesh, Betar Jerusalem coach refused to talk about continuing in the capital
Levi. "It is important to create continuity"
Following a glorious victory over Hapoel Hadera (1: 4) in the final round, the Beitar Jerusalem will host MS Ashdod on Sunday for the last regular league game with the goal of maintaining third place in the standings before starting in the top playoffs. Following the radius penalty the team was awarded the match will be held at Tutu Turner Stadium in Beit Shemesh. On Thursday, the team held a MASA to which coach Roni Levy arrived.
Levy said ahead of the game: "We always strive to win, it's important to create continuity and we want to get as far as we can. Last season Betar Jerusalem was not in the top playoffs and this year yes, so that's a great thing. That's what interests me and the team, we know we have a hurdle It's difficult, until then we are only concentrated in Ashdod. ”
On the cancellation of Moshe's fans' venture and anger celebrates the fans of the group: "I do not deal with these things. I only deal with the team and prepare it properly for the game. Trying to detach myself from such and other conversations from all directions. We just want to create continuity, a shame we won't be staying in our house. We have the kind of advantage that is our fans and unfortunately we cannot host at home. We'll be playing Toto Turner and I understand a lot of audience will come home that will give a homely feel. "
On his way so far at the club: “There will be more time for summaries, we are working very hard so far, me and Yossi Benyun, even with Eli Ohana and Moshiko celebrating good relations. Asked if he would stay in the club, the coach replied: "We are pre-game, concentrating only on Ashdod, where I focus my thoughts and think less about it."