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Maccabi Haifa: Planich will return against BS? | Israel today

2021-04-20T11:22:40.322Z

The brake, who was injured this week against KS, continues to recover and the team is debating whether to take the risk already in the upcoming away game at Turner | Israeli football



The brakeman, who was injured this week against KS, continues to recover and the team is debating whether to take the risk already in the away game at Turner • Yuval Ashkenazi or Maor Levy may open the link in the quarterfinals against Afula

  • Bogdan Planich.

    Will he be back this coming Monday?

    Photo: 

    Alan Shiver

Maccabi Haifa stopper Bogdan Planic has been undergoing knee treatment since the beginning of the week in an attempt to prepare him for the upcoming league game against Hapoel B'Shlosha.

The question that remains open is whether to take the risk in the away game in BS, or allow it to rest until the meeting with Maccabi Petah Tikva next week.

Either way, in the cup game against Hapoel Afula this coming Thursday, Planic will not be on the roster.

Rami Gershon will fill his place in the center of defense.

Coach Barak Bachar will make changes in the 11th quarterfinals of the cup against Hapoel Afula, although no revolution is expected in the lineup.

Yuval Ashkenazi or Maor Levy may open a link in place of Muhammad Abu Fani.

The offensive striker, Goodsway, Donio, who was replaced in the game against KS due to tenderness in the back thigh muscle, will be fit for Thursday and there is a dispute between him and Muhammad Awad. Both won in the last league game.

 "There are still 8-10 games left until the end of the season, depending on the state cup, each player will have to squeeze himself on one side, but the coach will also have to make decisions in favor of the players' rest," the club explained. Or else it will have an effect. "

Source: israelhayom

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