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If Cohen is absent for a long time, Maccabi Haifa will try to add Kleiman or Marciano - voila! sport

2022-12-08T08:58:21.646Z

The Greens are waiting for a final diagnosis on the goalkeeper's injury, and the fear of a long absence is growing. The champion has marked candidates in case of need, and will try to sign one of them to a long-term contract



Tiktukno: summary of today's events in sports, 8.12 (Sport1)

Maccabi Haifa is anxiously following Josh Cohen's situation.

The goalkeeper underwent extensive tests in the United States by a renowned specialist for shoulder injuries, but at this stage there is no accurate diagnosis of the severity of his injury and the length of absence it will require.



At the Carmel club there is serious concern about Cohen's long absence, and in internal discussions it was decided to wait a week for the final diagnosis.

Also, in Haifa they reached a decision that if the goalkeeper sits out for an extended period, an attempt will be made to add Boris Kleiman or Ofir Marciano, when the goal in such a case would be to sign one of them to a long-term contract.

Josh Cohen's injury worries Maccabi Haifa (Photo: Maor Alxalsi)

Meanwhile, the greens are busy getting back to normal after the World Cup break.

Tonight (Thursday, 20:15, Sport4) the champion will play against Bnei Sakhnin in a match for places 5-6 in the Toto Cup, and despite the fact that it is a meaningless game, about 16,000 fans have already purchased tickets.

In Haifa, they are worried that a number of players in the team are not feeling well, when in addition to the injured Dolev Haziza, Neta Lavi, Daniel Sondgren and Dylan Batinsica, Shaun Goldberg, Raz Meir, Franzi Piero and Nikita Rockavicia will be absent tonight due to illness.

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  • Boris Kleiman

Source: walla

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