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The winger, who rarely played in Nice before being loaned, reported that he is fit to play and should be included in the squad against Sakhnin. Karanka commented to the players despite the 0:4 over Maccabi Petah Tikva

Summary of the State Cup: Maccabi Tel Aviv - Maccabi Petah Tikva 0:4 (Sport1)

The new addition to Maccabi Tel Aviv, Rarsh Ilya, will step on the grass in Kiryat Shalom for the first time before noon and will hold his debut training session with the team.

Even before training, Maccabi Tel Aviv plans for Ilya to have a personal meeting with the physio trainer Juan Torrejo, so that it can be determined in what condition Ilya arrived at the team.

The player who was present yesterday (Wednesday) in the quarter-final match of the State Cup against Maccabi Petah Tikva and introduced himself to all the players, told coach Aitor Karanka that he arrives in full shape after regular and continuous training in Nice, and even if he did not play for the French team in the league, he feels confident in his fitness to Play for Maccabi Tel Aviv.

Ilya is not expected to start on Saturday in the lineup against Bnei Sakhnin, but should be on the bench and come in as a substitute.

"I wish he had the opening that Yovanovitch had," they said this morning at Maccabi Tel Aviv.

Cranka is already building on him.

Ilya (Photo: Ariel Shalom)

Although the team beat Maccabi Petah Tikva 0:4 last night, coach Aitor Karanka was not satisfied with many parameters in the game and at the break of the game when the team already had a promising lead of three goals, he had a lot to say to the players.

Karanka said at the end that what took him out of his composure was the excellent chance of Maccabi striker Idan Toklomati in the opening.

"It reminded me that we didn't start the games well against Beitar Jerusalem and Hapoel Tel Aviv.

We have to work on it and come to every game much better than Foxes from the first minute," said the Spaniard.

As for the players on an individual level, Maccabi Tel Aviv took some conclusions with them last night. Although Daniel Tanenbaum suffers from the control of Daniel Peretz between the posts, his ability was not impaired and he did not show For a moment during the game he is the second goalkeeper. Last night Maccabi Tel Aviv came out again confident in the decision that exists according to which after the sale of Peretz abroad, Tenenbaum will once again occupy the position between the posts.

Dor Peretz once again displayed a very high ability in the back link and the feeling is that Maccabi Tel Aviv is already starting to enjoy Peretz who left the country for Venice.

Yonatan Cohen got 90 minutes in a slightly more comfortable position than the one he played with Vladan Ivic and also in the Teddy game with Karanka and he is removing rust.

He still has a long way to go to return to being the player who left Israel for Italy, but Cohen is there with a lot of motivation and quite a bit of contribution in stationary balls and corners and Maccabi Tel Aviv will give him more minutes.

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Removes rust little by little.

Yonatan Cohen (Photo: Ariel Shalom)

The one who came in as a substitute and was very good in the minutes he played is Dan Bitton, who fought to be released on loan to Beitar Jerusalem, but now that it has been decided to keep him, he will hope to get minutes and start being counted by Karanka.

Towards Saturday against Bnei Sakhnin, Enrik Saborit will return from suspension and start in defense. Andre Geraldes, Eran Zahavi and Dan Glazer will also return to play. The team hopes that Parfa Giagon will overcome his injury and be able to play.

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Source: walla

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