After the 2: 2 champions, the Maccabi defender confronted the red locker room area with the red captain when Nir Klinger tried to separate • The losing coach on Buzaglo's bench: "I wanted to give the shirt to another young player I believe in"
Elon Almog celebrates Tel Aviv's big derby tonight
After 72 minutes of swimming and weakening tonight (Saturday) in Bloomfield, Avi Riken scored and arranged for Maccabi Tel Aviv a third win of the season (0: 2) and another significant step towards a second plate in succession. Ayalon Coral put the final stamp plus time (91). , The Klinger reds again failed to function and again left empty-handed from the prestigious meeting of the big city.
At the end of the derby, a verbal confrontation ensued in the locker room between Hapoel Tel Aviv captain Ural Degani and yellow player Or Candil. According to those in the area, at one point, coach Nir Klinger also intervened in the confrontation and even asked Kendil to apologize, but the champions refused the request and developed between the parties argument.
"I'm dealing with whoever is on the field," said Nir Klinger at the decision to bench Maur Buzaglo (who was angry even before the locker room whistle), "I found it appropriate to give the lineup to another young player I believe in and think he is a great talent."
Altman does not hide disappointment in light of the joy of the yellows // Photo: Alan Shaver
On another loss in the derby, the coach added: "Maccabi dominated, but we were in the game all the way to the first goal. It's terribly disappointing, very frustrating, but we get over it. I really enjoyed seeing our youngsters today. I enjoy seeing their performance in such games."
"We've been spared at the front, everything's up and falling for Altman, and when he's not in the game we're less invested. Really crazy for me to lose in such a way, they had four kicks per frame, it's unfortunate that we shouldn't make such mistakes. A little more daring and concentration, and we could We are happy about the talent infrastructure and I am sure it will bear fruit. "