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2020-09-29T18:27:08.423Z

The Maccabi Tel Aviv coach held a press conference ahead of the rematch in Austria (Wednesday, 22:00, Sport 5) and tried to remain optimistic despite the sparse staff: "Do not believe in miracles, believe in hard work." Kandil may open, Salzburg warns of complacency



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Donis ahead of Salzburg: "This is a difficult time, but we are mentally strong"

The Maccabi Tel Aviv coach held a press conference ahead of the rematch in Austria (Wednesday, 22:00, Sport 5) and tried to remain optimistic despite the sparse staff: "Do not believe in miracles, believe in hard work."

Kandil may open, Salzburg warns of complacency

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Yaniv Tuchman

Tuesday, 29 September 2020, 21:09

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Maccabi Tel Aviv training before Salzburg (the official website of Maccabi Tel Aviv)

With 11 positive players for Corona, Maccabi Tel Aviv held the concluding training session in Austria today (Tuesday) ahead of the rematch against Red Bull Salzburg in the Champions League playoffs tomorrow (22:00, Sport 5).

In the first game a week ago, Maccabi Tel Aviv lost 2: 1 in Bloomfield and its players left with the feeling that they have some chance of reversing the result, but since then two more Corona nationals have been discovered, with the last being Tal Ben Haim announced the day before Yom Kippur.



The night before training, coach Georgius Donis held a brief press conference.

"We have been working for the last few days, we have had about a week. We know the result. As a coach, I do not believe in miracles, I believe in work," the coach said.

"We don't have to think about what happened in the last game and the result. We have to go out on the field, fight to win tackles, fight every ball and win the game. We know the difficulties. Salzburg is a good team with quality, pressure, ran for the territories and did a great job this season. "But I believe in my players, I expect them to play with confidence and fight for 95 minutes."



Donis was also asked about dealing with the many setbacks that plague his squad and replied: "The last two weeks have been tough. We fought to get to the playoffs. We thought we would reach a full squad and aim to fight for promotion to the home stage. We lost 7 car players and 11 in total. 10 of those players were At 18. in previous games.This means we had a hard job in the previous game and we will have a hard job in tomorrow's game.I am proud of my players because in this critical and sensitive time we are very psychologically strong.We are a united team and I am proud of everyone for the way we deal with this situation ".



Estimated composition Maccabi Tel Aviv:

Daniel Tennenbaum, Maor Kandil, Ben Bitton, Eitan Tibi, Sharan Yeni, Matan Balteksa, Eden Kartzev, Eyal Golsa, Ruslan Bersky, Dan Bitton, Elon Almog.

Still optimistic.

Donis (Photo: Bernie Ardov)

Salzburg will try to avoid a sensational dismissal.

After the 1-2 win at Bloomfield last week.

The Austrian champion who qualified for the home stage last year knows that she should not have a hard time against the Israeli champion who was missing 11 players due to the outbreak of the corona virus, but at the press conference ahead of the game her men were careful to be vigilant, remembering the yellows' good ability in the previous game.



Jesse Marsch, Salzburg's American coach, said at the press conference: "Of course we are in a good position thanks to the victory in the first game, and the two foreign goals we scored are very important. But in the end our mentality will be critical, we must not just try to defend our advantage, but To try and win regardless of the circumstances. "

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Pattson Dhaka (Photo: Danny Maron)

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Pattson Dhaka, the returning striker who competed last year with Sean Weissman for the Austrian Premier League title and was responsible for squeezing the controversial penalty in Bloomfield, said: "Of course we feel the pressure, we try to make history and there is a lot of excitement around the team. "Our best tomorrow. We strive to play at the highest level, and it's not just our success as a club, but the success of the whole of Austria, and that gives us double motivation."



Estimated composition of Salzburg:

Tsitsan Stankovic, Rasmus Christensen, Maximilian Weber, Andre Ramalio, Andreas Olmer, Antoine Brand, Anok Amwpo, Masaya Okugawa, Dominik Suboslay, Patton Dhaka, Margim Brisha.

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