Betar owners raged in the stands after the loss to Sakhnin, Ohana and Brosh tried to calm him down • Barda: "We are not committed"
Great rage in Betar
Betar Jerusalem suffered a very severe blow tonight (Thursday) in its desire to finish in the top playoff when it surrendered to Teddy 3: 2 to Bnei Sakhnin. By Moti Bershetsky. Moshe Hogg, the host's owner, was very nervous at the end of the game and shouted in the stands: "All the money goes to waste.
I'm tired of it, every year the same thing "when Eli Ohana tried to calm him down.
Betar coach Shai Barda said after the game: "This is what happens when you feel too confident, uncommitted and uncaring.
We opened the game catastrophically, these are not things that can happen.
We suffer from ups and downs, it must not happen.
Today was a weak game for us and it could not be that a team wants more from us.
It can not happen.
I think Sakhnin wanted a lot more and it could not be here.
We will take care of this problem and we have games to do the job. "
Barda added: "Betar is a binding name, today we did not do the basic things and were punished.
It is impossible to come up with such a lack of desire.
We felt too safe.
It does not matter who plays.
The group was supposed to be much more committed.
There is a good enough staff, I do not blame one player or another but also us the coaches.
We will have to give our opinion. "
Itamar Nitzan, Betar goalkeeper, added: "We are breaking down fast.
This is not the way to achieve our goals.
It is the instability that characterizes us all season.
We all did not play well enough today and that is the result.
Physical overload is an excuse, we have a wide enough staff and I do not want to make excuses.
As long as there is a chance for the top playoff we will continue to fight.
We are all disappointed, not only Moshe is celebrating.
We wanted to make the audience and everyone involved in this club happy. "
Sharon Mimar celebrated his debut victory and analyzed from his side: "I'm happy, the players deserve all the credit. These are players who were in last place and did not score for a long time. Whoever was not below the red line does not know how much pressure there is. I hope this victory gives us peace. "What next? God knows what will happen. We are only dealing with Kiryat Shmona now. I came on a 11-game mission to keep Sakhnin in the league. It is an important victory that will give us confidence in the game. Commitment and desire have brought the three goals."
On Biram Kiel, the game's outstanding player, the coach added: "He sacrificed himself even though he is not one hundred percent healthy. He is no longer a player, he has things beyond and I am happy to coach a player at such a high level. I hope he stays as healthy as possible and helps Sakhnin."
Kiel himself, who was the leader of the celebrations on the grass at the end, said of his performance and the recent period that led to the dismissal of Nisso Avitan: "I was happy to know Nisso as a man, as a man, a coach who wanted to succeed. The management did what they did and brought in a new coach. It always gives the players a push. The team got into this situation not because of the coach but because of the players, and we did not do what was necessary in the last two months. I told the locker room players to drop everything on the coach, but if we do not take responsibility Ourselves in a bad place. "