Summary: Hapoel Beer Sheva - Hapoel Tel Aviv 0:6 (Sport 1)
Precisely against the background of the extraordinary performance last night (Monday) at Turner and the historic 0:6 victory over Hapoel Tel Aviv, Hapoel Beer Sheva players left the stadium for their homes with a nagging feeling deep inside.
"We still don't forget the game against Maccabi Haifa last week," the club explained last night.
"It doesn't leave anyone, and this amazing victory over Hapoel Tel Aviv doesn't forget the loss to Haifa in a game where we were much better than them. It bothers everyone."
Still, Hapoel Be'er Sheva were very happy about the special victory, and were very satisfied that the team knew how to get up from last week's loss.
"Obviously it was a test of maturity and character for us," they admitted at the club last night.
"It was not easy to come from the big disappointment and produce such quality football with six goals and a similar amount of misses.
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Beer Sheva celebrates (Photo: Barney Ardov)
At the end of the game, Breda came to the press conference in Turner and said, among other things: "For me, the most fun thing is to see the stadium blow up again and it happened tonight. I took what happened in Haifa very hard and especially the fact that the fans returned home disappointed. I knew that if we continued to play well, we would also score ".
Barda has recently spoken several times about his desire to strengthen his players in the January window and Hapoel Beer Sheva held talks to add players.
Last night Barda said: "There will be no reinforcement in the short term. I don't see reinforcement coming in the near term."
The explanation for these things is that there is currently no exhaustion of negotiations and there is no player who is close to getting on a plane and landing in the team.
One of the standouts last night was Roy Gordana, who also scored a wonderful goal.
Gordana also excelled against Maccabi Haifa last week.
Barda said about him: "Roi is a very experienced player who helps us control the pace of the game. He managed the game in an excellent way and he allowed Aden Shamir and Shay Elias to make forays forward. Roy constantly wants and asks for the ball when we are under pressure and I am very pleased with him."
Before the match in the next round against Bnei Sakhnin, Barda said: "I have good memories of Sakhnin as a player, but as a coach I did not win there. The first thing I will tell the players before Sakhnin is to keep modesty. We had a very nice victory, but we want to start a new streak and Sakhnin is a game Very difficult on a very difficult court."
The team will have to check the status of Shagib Yehezkel and Estrit Salmani who were replaced last night due to injuries and are very doubtful for Sakhnin.
Ramsay Spurry, who was absent yesterday, is expected to continue to be absent, as is Adrian Fawn.
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The head is already in Sakhnin.
Breda (Photo: Barney Ardov)
Tomer Hamed, who revealed immediately after the game in a television interview the dedication to his deceased father, continued to tell at length also at the press conference about the difficult time he went through.
"I go up to my father's grave to mark 30 days that were very difficult for me. I did the separation at the club in every training session, but in my personal life I went through a difficult period. Even before my father's death, I had difficult months. I didn't share with too many people what I was going through. I wanted it to be I have a place of refuge in football so that I can escape. What keeps me going is that throughout my career I was the pride of my father and I knew what every good game of mine does for him. I prepared in advance for the game and wanted to score in his honor. I marked on my hand that the goal was dedicated to him and to lifting his soul. This double is in honor of my father. I will go to the cemetery tomorrow (today) with a special feeling."
Hamed told about his father: "He accompanied me to every game until I left abroad, where he came to visit several times.
When I returned to Israel, he did not have time to see me because of his condition.
He supported me from home when he watched TV and it was important for me to please him." The
striker added: "There are people around us that we don't know what they go through on a daily basis.
What I went through is a life lesson.
Don't judge people, because maybe you don't know what they are going through.
I didn't want them to feel sorry for me, so I didn't tell.
I didn't want them to think I was less good because of what I went through with my father.
Football kept me alive during this time.
It wasn't easy and Hapoel Be'er Sheva gave me the opportunity and I thank the club."
Does this pair of goals open a new path? Hamed said: "I had less good times in the past as well and I knew how to get up from them.
All in all, my start at Hapoel Beer Sheva was great.
It was not easy to come to Israel after so many years and join a new club.
Today is another milestone.
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