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Although the young striker boycotted another coaching session on his own, Jacob Shachar clarifies: "He will not be released" In Carmel?

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The story of Jordan Shua in Maccabi Haifa has a bottom line that was clarified yesterday by club president Jacob Shahar to coach Marco Confusion and the rest of the club: the striker will not be released from the team. Dawn wants to see his coach manage the situation created with a rumor in the way the player will return to the track and over time will also receive minutes of play.

He often heard confusion in this spirit, but as soon as Shu'a missed four pre-game training with Bnei Yehuda, the decision was not to share it. Haifa said the player was complaining of groin pain and was therefore not practicing, although the rest of the training was well underway and continued a positive trend that began in recent weeks. This trend came to a halt, as we recall, at the end of the game against Bnei Yehuda when the young striker threw things in the locker room, confronted assistant coach Paul Groves and announced: "I'm not coming for training tomorrow." That statement was also reflected in the deeds, as Tuesday morning training did not appear on his own.

Amazingly, no one on the professional team was surprised by the move and from a disciplinary point of view only Dawn will make decisions on the matter, if and when. In discussions between members of the professional team, the concern is inappropriate treatment of the rumor, as the other players are subject to the exact same rules, as admitted in Kfar Galim: "This is a very complex situation."

Russo. Was close to the bush and couldn't help // Photo: Ami Shuman

Giovanni has already raised his hands

In recent days, there have been some fumbling about Shoa. Bnei Yehuda is waiting to be asked, Betar Jerusalem wants to buy or borrow, but yesterday the Green Club made it clear that there is no intention of going on any of these moves, even though Shua himself wants to leave for a club where he can have more minutes playing.

"He did everything they asked him to do," they said yesterday in the player's vicinity. "He played twice as a substitute and a contender, and instead of giving him minutes of confusion he didn't even warm him up. There is a man behind those decisions and he should be treated with sensitivity."

Shua's agent, Gilad Katsav, spoke to his family yesterday and the understanding was that "Jordan needs a few days of quiet." However, as stated, the sole decision maker on this issue is Dawn, and as far as he is concerned about confusion as the head of the professional system to deal with a player in which NIS 6 million was invested. In fact, Haifa acknowledged that "we will do everything possible to help Jordan to record and conduct properly."

It started with conversations with the professional staff, continued by Giovanni Rousseau being pinned to him on a personal level and announcing that he was "raising hands". After him came mental counselor Yigal Hillel and there has indeed been improvement in recent weeks, but as mentioned after the victory over Bnei Yehuda everything has returned to the starting point.

Haifa players celebrate in front of Bnei Yehuda. Tired of the situation // Photo: Alan Shiber

"It's hard to enjoy victories"

In the midst of all that, there are also the actors. "It is hard to enjoy victories when talking about Jordan all the time," one of the players shared. So that the results aren't hurt, but it's time to put an end to this story. "

Source: israelhayom

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