Andre Martins impressed in the first training session, Yiftach against Maccabi Haifa?
The Portuguese looks excellent and if he continues like this in the next training sessions, it could be that Roni Levy will give him a place in Hapoel Beer Sheva's 11th on Monday
Friday, 14 January 2022, 15:45 Updated: 15:52
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Andre Martinez was very impressive in his debut training session this morning (Friday) with Hapoel Beer Sheva.
So much so that the Portuguese midfielder left a positive impression, that the Hapoel Beer Sheva players talked at the end of training about the fact that he can start in the squad already on Monday against Maccabi Haifa in the game of the season.
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Martins (Photo: Official website, Hapoel Beer Sheva)
Martinez will also train tomorrow and the day after and coach Roni Levy will make a decision as to the amount of minutes he will give him against the champion only at the end of the concluding training session on Sunday.
It is usually not customary to let a player who is just coming to a new team start in the squad a few days after his arrival, but the Portuguese showed very good ability, so Levy's hesitation will be until the last minute and assuming the midfielder from Malagasy Warsaw will do well tomorrow and the day after.
If he opens, Martins will complete a link-up that will also include Mariano Barreiro and Ramsey Spori.
Another dilemma will be between Ariel Hemlock who returned to play in the Cup on Wednesday and made a good play and Omri Glazer who replaced Hemlock all the time the latter was injured, and showed good ability between the posts for a long time.
A cautious estimate that Roni Levy will go with Glazer and give him credit for his good games between the posts this season.
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