The Greens are very pleased after the "super hard victory" in Ashdod and believe: "There is a bunch here that will not give up and will go all the way"
Noble (left) celebrates with friends in Ashdod.
Plenty of compliments for the relationship
Maccabi Haifa players had an unusual meeting before last night's game against MS Ashdod (0: 3).
The spirit of things dealt mainly with the need to maintain the advantage and the need to know how to maintain the advantage, especially in the second half.
Into this coach Barak Bachar incorporated a three-brake method, sculpted Charon Cherry and Nikita Rokavica and the Greens presented one of their purpose displays this season.
"The preparation for the game was perfect, we won a super hard away game," said the club, adding: "Barak Bachar did a great job to pick up the players, there is a bunch here that will not give up and will go all the way."
The noble Omar midfielder excelled with a pair, while the brakeman Rami Gershon also won praise for his ability.
"Noble Omar is hungry to take the championship and due to carry the team," complimented his teammates in the locker room, adding: "Rami Gershon is also an example to every player in the country of conduct. ".
By the way, in January Gershon was already with a foot and a half in Bnei Yehuda, but the derby distances led to a change in plans.
Noble received a fifth yellow card last night and he will miss the cup game against Hapoel Afula.
Ahead of the upcoming league game against Urbani KS, Spanish midfielder Jose Rodriguez, who has been absent for the last two games due to a hamstring strain, will return.
Striker Nikita Rokavica is suffering from Achilles heel pain and has been struggling to recover since recovering from a corona.
Goodsway Donio is expected to continue at 11 this coming Saturday as well.