Hapoel Tel Aviv's young midfielder feels confident ahead of the meeting with the leader of the table (Wednesday, 20:45): "We will miss the crowd very much" • Klinger: "The players deserve a good word for wanting to give of themselves, even if some of them hurt Players "• Eddie Gottlieb is expected to be absent
The verb is self-confident
Hapoel Tel Aviv will meet Maccabi Haifa tomorrow (Wednesday, 20:45, Sport 5) for a major game in the 23rd round of the Premier League.
The Reds will host the lead at Bloomfield with the goal of continuing their run that includes seven unbeaten games in all competitions.
Nir Klinger will have to deal without Raz Shlomo, Emanuel Boateng, Shai Eisen and Ofek Bitton who were found positive for Corona and without Eddie Gottlieb who suffers from groin tenderness.
The Reds coach said ahead of the game: "Following the period we are in and the spirit brought by the new and old players who were on the squad, there are optimistic feelings ahead, a super tough game awaits us, but we are looking at ourselves. We want to produce the football we have been playing lately."
He added: "True, we suffer from a lot of absences, but as in the game in Netanya and in previous games, we will be overcome by the fighting spirit and ambitious football of the players who will open.
Players deserve a good word for wanting to give of themselves, even if some of them hurt and they need to play more because they lack players.
The game against Maccabi Haifa is a season game for us and we will treat it accordingly. "
Osher Davida spoke about his and his friends' feelings: "Maccabi Haifa is in good momentum and they have their battles, but we also come with positive momentum and come most prepared for the game. "At least some of the crowd will come back. We will do everything we can to win this game."