Barak Bachar is accompanied by police, Alona Barkat is confident that the players are more capable, and tomorrow tomorrow Hapoel KP awaits them • Hapoel Bash is unable to get on the King's Road, and has no time to correct the mistakes and perforated defense
Barak Bachar. What goes through his team?
Hapoel HSS admits that this is one of their toughest periods in recent years. Perhaps that's why owner Alona Barkat felt the need to reach out and talk to the players before coaching the team, just hours after the home loss to Bnei Yehuda.
"I know you can do more," Barkat told the players. One of them said: "Obviously we are capable of a lot more but nothing is going on for us lately. Sometimes on the field it feels hard for no reason. Things are going upside down." Coach Barak Bachar will again make changes to the lineup already in the match tomorrow against Hapoel KP. Striker Nigel Haslavink will return to the roster while brake Louis Taha will open in the lineup in place of Amit Biton.
"First of all, the defense game has to be stabilized because that way it cannot continue," they said in the capital of the Negev. Incidentally, Lithuanian goalkeeper Ernestus Stakus also criticized his ability to play against the Judas and the goals he scored. At the Red Club, no fans are criticized at the end of the game. This is the first time that coach Barak Bachar has come out with police, although he was not a threat, but police have not taken a risk.
Alona Barkat. Out with the fans // Photo: Ami Shuman
Alona Barkat and CEO Asi Rahamim were the ones who came out to talk to the frustrated fans and expressed empathy for their claims. "There was no violence. They want to understand why their team looks like this. This situation is uncomfortable for us as well. At the end we are together in this boat. "As mentioned earlier, tomorrow the WC is waiting for a game outside of the CP. Despite the pressure around, inside the locker room made it clear that" It is good to have a game close because that can be repaired. Nobody wants to think what will happen if we don't succeed. "
Meanwhile, Barak Bachar referred to the game against Hapoel Kfar Saba this morning: "We represent a big club and as part of this we are committed to finding solutions and dealing with difficulties even in less good moments. Being focused only on him. "