Following the player's failure to play in a 2-0 loss in the derby, players believe that the management may want to break up with the midfielder, who holds a contract for next season • The club denies: "Professional decision" • Klinger backs the youngsters: "We are not afraid to go with them and we will continue to give them security"
Buzaglo, yesterday in Bloomfield
Will Maor Buzaglo leave Hapoel Tel Aviv at the end of the season? The midfielder has a contract for another season as well, but given the depreciation of his professional status, which culminated in a loss in the Derby, where the player warmed up for half and was not incorporated as a substitute, it seems the sides are on the verge of an explosion.
Players in the team believe that Buzaglo shows the way out of the club. "Not letting Maor play is a humiliation," said one of the players, who said the midfielder, who opened the top playoffs well, was not included yesterday as a substitute and most of the youngsters were favored, so he angrily went down to the locker room before the final whistle.
The club also has some wondering whether this is a top-down order from the management, given Buzaglo's opposition to the Corona-era cuts and the fact that he is among the club's highest-contracted players, which of course the Reds deny and claim it is a professional decision only. The professional team claimed that it was a rotation in light of the gaming load.
Coach Nir Klinger dismissed reviews on continuing to integrate the youngsters in light of recent losses, saying: "We have a process that we are not giving up and I enjoy watching our youngsters integrate. We are not afraid to go with them and continue to give them confidence. We will raise our heads and prepare for the next game against Maccabi Haifa ".
Emanuel Boateng addressed the loss yesterday in the derby and said: "I think we came to this game with good energy, we believed in ourselves and wanted to win, but in the end we made mistakes and lost the game. Playing well throughout most of the game and one moment you have lost concentration can cost you the result. "