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Dor Hogi and Dor Turgeman are in the sights of Beitar Jerusalem | Israel Hayom


Israel Hayom learned that the two attacking players are candidates to replace Nachmani and Garro • The candidacy of Guy Dehan Maltach is also being considered • Frustration after the draw in the derby: "Naive, we lost our heads"

Great shock and frustration prevailed in Beitar Jerusalem after the dramatic draw against Hapoel Jerusalem, in which the team lost an advantage in extra time instead of recording a valuable victory and advancing in the table. Beitar hope that the reinforcement they bring in the current transfer window will upgrade the team and give it a better chance of being in the top playoffs.

Israel Hayom has learned that the Black and Yellows have marked Dor Hogi, who rarely plays for Wisla Krakow, and Dor Turgeman, the young player of Maccabi Tel Aviv, as candidates to strengthen the team in place of Stav Nachmani and Eduardo Guerrero, who are scheduled to leave.

Hogi, a winger by nature but who can also play as a striker, will probably be able to be released free of charge from his team.

Regarding Turjeman, who coach Yossi Abouxis also wanted in the summer, things mainly depend on Maccabi Tel Aviv, which has not yet decided whether to loan him or not.

Another player who has been offered to the Black Yellows and whose candidacy is being considered is Guy DeHaan, a striker for Altach, who plays mainly in the reserve team of the Austrians.

Beitar is also making efforts to sign a foreign goalkeeper, and they are continuing the talks with the Russian stopper, Sergei Borodin, who if signed will actually replace Joshua Mahiyas, but there are large financial gaps between the parties.


Rage in Beitar that his goal did not end in victory, photo: Danny Maron

And back to the derby, the team was angry at the players who "lost their heads", in the final minutes and instead of keeping the ball, they tried to score the second goal.

Max Gerchkin and Itamar Israeli were criticized for their part in the goal that the team conceded against Hapoel Jerusalem.

Grechkin himself said: "I take responsibility for the defensive game. I want to apologize to our audience, which is one of the best in the world and was disappointed in us. If I were in the fans' place, I would also concentrate, that's naivety. We lost points in the most painful way and we need to recover from that."

In addition, Beitar officials did not like to read the stings from Hapoel Jerusalem regarding their audience and said: "Let's not be naive, we have seen very well the provocations of the bench of Hapoel Jerusalem including threats and screaming towards our audience."

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Source: israelhayom

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