Khodorov has trouble coping with the difficult experience yesterday in Netanya (4: 0) • About 150 fans went wild and cursed the players: "Zero, we will go down a league" • Stefan Spirowski is expected to pay the hard price • "Klinger will not silently pass on his behavior" Explained a senior club official
Hapoel Tel Aviv players after absorbing four goals in Netanya. Complicated at the bottom
Defeat, humiliation, crash, disintegration, disgrace, choose whatever definition you deserve and it will definitely fit what happened yesterday (Sunday) to Hapoel Tel Aviv against Maccabi Netanya. Needless to say, the Reds' 0: 4 defeat caused a major storm in the Khodorov compound.
Last night around midnight, about 150 Hapoel fans arrived at the team's training complex, waiting for the player bus that made its way from Netanya. When the bus arrived they knocked him on, raging, cursing the players and management and shouting at them: "Get out of here, you are not the worker, zeros. We are going down league, the worst team in the history of the worker." As expected, police patrol arrived.
And if that is not enough in practice, they intend to make an inquiry about Stephen Spirovsky, following the events in the game against Netanya, which according to team members he "did a favor that he warmed when asked," and allegedly did in the minutes he played until he was replaced by Klinger. It is inevitable that the contact will be rejected from the roster in the upcoming games. "Klinger will not be silent about his behavior," a senior club official said.
Hapoel Tel Aviv players. A huge disappointment with the strangers // Photo: Alan Shiber
Hapoel officials strongly criticized the players, saying: "It was a humiliation. To snatch a quartet from Netanya? With all due respect, but who are they? We have anti-football players. All foreigners should be sent home now, everyone. To say we looked ashamed and disgraceful is to be gentle. ".
The club also criticized coach Nir Klinger for opening a five-player set, which changed only at half time and not much earlier in the game. Klinger himself said: "It was an unpleasant evening, that you feel helpless, and I wasn't supposed to feel that way. By far this is the weakest game since I joined the team. We got a slap in the face."