11 years of resounding failure were enough for Maccabi Tel Aviv fans to demand the dismissal of Nikola Vujcic, and for the sports channel to say, "Maybe there is a story here worth an Israeli sports docu." Armed with the budget of a basketball team, journalist Shai Hausman sat down the management, rivals and journalists in front of the camera to explain how the Croatian Cinderella became the dirt of Elijah's hand. At first it looked like the Hausman-Nikola match-up would close in on the Croatian, but at the end, in a typical move by the legendary chin, he seemed to have managed to make that turn on the spot and evade responsibility.
Euroleague legend. Vujcic, photo: screenshot
"I wrote about you being the worst manager in Europe," Hausman went on the offensive, and from there revealed why the yellow legend has become a red sheet for many Maccabi fans: with unbearable indifference, he accepts no responsibility for the failure of the turnover of coaches, for the neglect of the Israeli player at Maccabi, for cutting coupons from player sales, and for the yellow gossip surrounding Moni Fanan's bank losses. In this docu, too, Maccabi remains a closed club that protects the management avenue from any threat - in one moment Nikola reveals that he earned less at Maccabi than an assistant coach. Whoever believes him and them, I have a basketball court in Ussishkin to sell him.
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