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2019-12-13T12:55:57.947Z

Eugene will try to dream of a contract at Arsenal, but in the meantime settle for Hapoel Raanana's lineup • In the evening Maccabi Haifa awaits Israeli football



Maccabi Netanya has given up on it and regrets it, other teams in the Premier League have kept an eye on him and his dream is a contract at Arsenal • Meanwhile, Eugene Anse is content with the composition of Hapoel Raanana, with whom he just wants to survive in the league.

  • Eugene will try. On the way to becoming a vegetarian

    Photography:

    Alan Shaver

The life of Eugene Anse, the talented pioneer of Hapoel Raanana, changed last month from end to end. The derogatory actor watched Netflix's "The Game Changers" documentary, which featured success stories of athletes who were strict about vegetarian eating, such as Arnold Schwarzenegger or Lewis Hamilton, and from that moment decided to change all his dietary habits.

While his teammates were eating meat lunch, his plate began to fill with vegetables and fruits. On his menu you will find no cheese or egg products, which is not a thing for an athlete. He still doesn't define himself as vegetarian or vegan at 100 percent, but he seems to be on his way there. It may be related to change and may not be, but this past month the striker started to mention the wonderful player from last season; Sheep, cooked and was one of the bright spots in Raanana's games.

The derogatory arrived in Israel in August 2017 and was tested by Maccabi Netanya, who gave up on coming after a long period of playing and did not fit the diamond's playing style. "If today it was possible to bring him, we would kidnap him," Netanya officials admit.

He later ripped networks in the National League in Betar Tel Aviv / Ramla uniforms, and next month will complete his first year in the Premier League, after arriving in Raanana in January 2019. In the media, he opened the storm, missing a month due to injury, returned, and scored five goals in 11 games.

I will try (right). "Gives two-player work"

"Father of the Gnats"

I'll try is one of the fastest players in the country. Last year, the league ranked third in sprints per game (82), twice the average of pioneers. "Eugene gives you a job like two players on the field," says Ra'anana. "He never stops going up and every coach would want a player like that." On the other hand, some claim that the fact that he burns so many miles during the game sometimes hurts the decision-maker that should be an attacking player: "When you don't have the oxygen and running so much, you can't always do the last action, just like the 200-speed road decision making The mph will not be as fast as 70 mph.

In Ra'anana, I will tell Anse that he always smiles at everyone, doesn't complain, and even though he is not the noisy players in the team's locker room, he always participates in the inside jokes with the players and occasionally bites them back with some curse in Hebrew.

And not only in the Sharon team enjoy the striker's services - in the Premier League can tell that Anse has become "the father of the deranged players", and every new player from his homeland, who comes to play in the country, will try to order a meal and help him acclimatize. Just this year, David Acua of Maccabi Haifa's youth, Monterey Kamahani and Samuel Elabi of MS Ashdod and Francis Ocarco of Tel Aviv / Bat Yam Betar became his household members.

Maccabi Haifa players. Raanana's next hurdle // Photo: Alan Shiber

Between the dream and reality

The game that made the Premier League teams try to sign him was when I tried to rise from the bench in the Cup against Hapoel Bash, even when he played in Ramla, and although he did not conquer that day, stood out in his qualities. Bachar, who jokingly said, "There is some time left until you are here." A few weeks later Bachar suffered a pair and a loss from the striker, who was already able to move to Raanana, and immediately entered the register of the WC and other groups.

"Big teams want to take a player after they have seen him for a long time. In the summer there was a lot of buzz around Eugene, he had a demand, but because the team didn't go this year, he also talks less," says Ra'anana. " far away".

Anse's dream is to reach Arsenal, which seems a long way off, and for now he must have one goal in mind - to keep Hapoel fresh in the Premier League.

Source: israelhayom

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