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Breda: "We could have gotten into trouble, now a new job begins" | Israel today


The coach of Hapoel Beer Sheva after the 1:3 over Lugano and promotion to the playoff stage in the Conference League: "We were lucky that we didn't fall behind at halftime, Glazer kept us safe" • Vitor: "We missed Ramsey Spori"

After Hapoel Beer Sheva's victory tonight (Thursday) 1:3 over Logano, the team's coach Eliniv Barda said: "The first half was really bad for me and we were lucky that we didn't fall behind. Nothing worked. Glazer kept us. We could have gotten into trouble. In the half In the second we made some adjustments and substitutions and happily it would have looked much better. They think that Logano is not good enough, but this is a strong team. Now a new job begins for us."

"I missed Ramsey Spurry," the coach continued.

"He was out of breath but he pushed himself and pulled until the end. He is upgrading our football. I already want to think about the next opponent. If it is Craiova it will not be an easy journey, but there are no excuses."

On Omri Glazer and the penalty stop: "There is nothing to expand on."

Miguel Vitor added: "The main goal was to advance, but we definitely could have played better. It's only the beginning of the season and I hope we will improve and represent good football. I'm really happy that Ramsey Spuri is back, we missed him. We have a good relationship and we will keep it. Now I'm really Israeli And with four children, I don't lack anything," the brakeman referred to the citizenship he received in recent months."

Meanwhile, at the end of the game, the police detained for questioning two BS fans aged 17 and 24 on suspicion of throwing smoke grenades during the game. 

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Source: israelhayom

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