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Dodo Dahan on Shtakos' retirement: "Hapoel Tel Aviv broke him" - voila! sport


The 37-year-old goalkeeper's agent attacked the Reds: "The decision not to continue with him is unfortunate and unprofessional. 'Good souls' made sure he didn't end up in Beitar."

Summary of Bnei Rayna's 1:1 with Hapoel Tel Aviv (Sport1)

Dodo Dahan blames: Ernests Stakes retired because of the supposedly bad conduct of Hapoel Tel Aviv.

The Lithuanian goalkeeper announced this week his retirement at the age of 37, after a fine career in Israel that included stints at Hapoel Haifa, Beitar Jerusalem, Hapoel Beer Sheva and Hapoel Tel Aviv, his last team that "got rid" of him this summer even though he was signed for another season.

"In my opinion, despite his age, Ernests One of the best goalkeepers in the league.

An island of stability.

The Hapoel Tel Aviv captains, in an unfortunate and unprofessional decision, decided not to continue with him this season.

This delusional decision broke Ernie and his family.

They had to move their whole world here in Tel Aviv back to their country.

He was hit by a personal blow, and as someone who was educated from a young age for professionalism, perseverance and stability, he suddenly faced the politics of Israeli football.

It was already big on him."

Dehan revealed that Beitar Jerusalem considered adding him recently, but that the move was thwarted. "I'm sorry I couldn't convince Hapoel Tel Aviv to bring you back and Beitar Jerusalem to take you ('good souls' on both sides made sure of that). Their loss. Actually the loss It belongs to all of us, and especially to a young generation of gatekeepers who could receive from you the Torah and above all the personality."

"Know the politics of Israeli football."

Shtakos (Photo: Ariel Shalom)

Shtakos arrived in 2017 at Hapoel Haifa, with whom he won the state cup in his first season.

He continued in Carmel for another season and then signed with Beitar Jerusalem for 2019/20, but did not join the team in the end, and found himself in Hapoel Beer Sheva until in the summer of 2020 he signed with Hapoel Tel Aviv, with which he also reached the cup final and lost in the derby to Maccabi, and from there Said

goodbye at the end of last season, so this was his last team in his career.

Shtakos, who was in goal for the Lithuanian national team 38 times and played throughout his career, among other things, in Cyprus, Bulgaria, Turkey and the Dutch Dan Ha'ah, from which he came to Israel, first retired in an interview he gave to the media in his homeland, but now also added a farewell letter On his Instagram account: "Yes, my career is coming to an end after 18 years.

  • sport

  • Israeli soccer

  • Super League


  • Ernests Stakes

  • Hapoel Tel Aviv

Source: walla

All sports articles on 2023-02-07

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