Ambiguous feelings in Khodorov following the good appearance of the midfielder in the Cup against Katamon • The management says: "Stefan probably will not stay", but in the professional team things sound a little different: "By January everything is open with him" • Maor Buzaglo will be absent from the courts
Stefan Spirovsky celebrates his gate in front of Katamon. Anyone ready to gamble?
Will the cover and appearance of Tel Aviv running back Stefan Spirovsky face Katamon in the Cup will change his decision to continue in the team? Depends on who they ask. Management says: "Stefan probably won't stay, but he still hasn't left yet."
On the professional team things sound a little different: "What will happen to Spirovski in January? Everything is open," said coach Nir Klinger, who added, "Every player, especially a stranger, whose attitude is not good, should get a head start immediately. If I see a player in the locker room he "When he is in the locker room, I felt that when he played he would be good."
The picture about Spirovsky will probably become clear in the coming days, but other players have a clear picture. The connection from Or Buzaglo, who a month ago was found to be suffering from the kissing illness, will be absent from the courts for at least another month, the group said on Monday (Monday), contrary to the first estimates by the Reds. In addition, there is concern that defender Abdi Farhat, who was wounded against Katamon, tore the back muscle and was missing for several weeks.
Hapoel hopes to reach a final conclusion this week against the offensive link from Peru, Felipe Rodrigues, or at least until next week.
Stefan Spirovsky and friends celebrate hard-fought victory over Katamon, yesterday in Jaffa // Photo: Alan Shiber
Defender Iyad Abu Abid, who scored the first goal, referred to his team's victory and last week to the Reds since the defeat to Netanya: "Every victory adds to our confidence. The most important trophy is every step of the game, we did it, and now we return to the league. Easy and pleasant, but part of belonging to a big club is going through things and pressures of the kind we went through this week and having to deal with it. I agree with Nir that we are on the road trip. The table does not lie, we are at the bottom, and need to play accordingly. "
Nir Klinger summed up his team's mounting for the next round: "The gallows went down on three Premier League teams and we didn't want to be smeared on the gates of newspapers and the Internet as those who are ousted by a second-league team. There was an improvement in both the mental and the professional side."