The dilemma between Asperia and Micha and Schechter's significant disadvantage
Hapoel Beer Sheva remembers the ability in the last meeting against Maccabi Haifa and coach Aliniv Barda hopes that no more players will be injured until Monday: "Itai Wiener, it's a pity he will not be with us"
Friday, 01 April 2022, 10:21
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Summary: Hapoel Beer Sheva - Maccabi Netanya 1: 4 (Sport 1)
Hapoel Beer Sheva Egypt this morning (Friday) is very upset that Itai Schechter will not be with the team in this season's game against Maccabi Haifa.
"You need Itai Schechter in these games," a team player said this morning.
"If there is a player you want next to you in a game like this, even if he does not open, it is Schechter. There are no winners like him and it is a pity he will not be with us."
As is well known, Schechter will undergo knee surgery this afternoon to clear the miniscus that was injured in the cup game against Maccabi Petah Tikva.
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Itai Schechter will undergo surgery on the meniscus and is expected to return to activity in about a month
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Dor Micha (Photo: Danny Maron)
Without Schechter, Sagiv Yehezkel and the yellowed Gustavo Marmentini, coach Aliniv Barda will have to decide on the squad he will join on Monday when the team has three more training units that the coach hopes to finish successfully and without injuries.
In the last game against Maccabi Netanya, which Hapoel Beer Sheva won at home, the coach started with Ramzi Spori and Dor Micha together and this is his big dilemma for Monday.
Breda will have to decide whether to come up with Micha, as the one who holds the ball better, or start with Danilo Asperia the physical and fast who brings other elements to the team’s game.
Be'er Sheva also remembers well the victory over Maccabi Haifa away when the team was with ten players, but also remembers how Hapoel Beer Sheva looked at Turner in the first half against Maccabi Haifa and how much it was not in the game until Sharaz Meir was sent off at the break.
"This is a game that you first have to get into through your head," Hapoel Beer Sheva said this morning.
"Before our feet, we need to come strong in the head for this game."
Hapoel Beer Sheva