The 24-year-old, who grew up in the club, signed a new contract in Kiryat Shalom until the end of the 2023/24 season: "Admits the trust given to me" • Ibich ahead of Umm al-Fahm in the Cup: "I don't have a player who is a little above everyone, Jonathan Cohen knows Why he has not been on the roster in the last 2 games "
Piven, This Morning with Ibich
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Keep worrying about the future. Shahar Piven signed a new contract for another four seasons in Tel Aviv on Thursday. The 24-year-old, who grew up in the club's youth department, signed a new contract in Maccabi Tel Aviv today until the end of the 2023/24 season.
Piven said after the signing: "I am very happy to sign the extension to Maccabi Tel Aviv, the club where I grew up and educated. I thank Ben Mansford for the confidence he expressed in me and for being a significant factor in my progress at the club. I am waiting to justify on the court the trust given to me and continue to move the club forward for future degrees. "
His coach, Vladimir Ivich added: "This is good news that Shahar extended a contract at the club. Shahar earned it thanks to his hard work and a lot of investment. He is one of the young players who will be the future of the Maccabi Tel Aviv football club. Everything is now in his hands and I am convinced he will take the opportunity given to him. On the road to a successful career in the future. "
Piven, who returned to Maccabi at the start of the 2018/19 season after questioning seasons at Betar Tel Aviv and MS Ashdod made 30 appearances in all frames including 25 league appearances and scored one goal in the Derby in the Toto Cup. This season, Piven made his European debut with a total of 12 appearances in all frames so far.
Ibich: "Jonathan Cohen knows why he didn't play" // Photo: Ami Shuman
Ibich: "I don't have a player who is a little above everyone else"
Ahead of the Cup game in the evening against Hapoel Umm al-Fahm, the Yellows made a day of preparation for the match, which the Serbian coach Vladimir Ivich talked about the challenge that awaits the national team and Jonathan Cohen who did not play in the last 2 games of the Yellows. In the Tel Aviv Derby.
Ibich said: “We know this is one game and we need to be 100% focused, these are 90 minutes that we need to win. We worked this week and prepared to be ready from the first second to last to qualify for the next level. It's their problem of how they play, we think of ourselves and how to get better with the previous game, create more danger in attack, etc. "
The fact that Jonathan Cohen has been out of the roster in the past 2 games: “It's something about the club and what is most important is that it knows, and when it knows it is enough. Maybe he'll play, we'll see. He works as hard as everyone else and he can play. I have 22-23 players and for me all the same. I don't have one that's a little above everyone else, I want the best for the team, I want to win every game and sometimes coaches like Klopp, Mourinho and Guardiola make mistakes. Actors are wrong, judges are wrong, you can't go wrong. "