Summary: Hapoel Tel Aviv - Maccabi Haifa 1:0 (Sport1)
Muhammad Abu Fani joined the list of players who are in danger of being suspended from the match against Maccabi Tel Aviv.
The Maccabi Haifa midfielder received his eighth yellow card on Monday in Bloomfield against Hapoel Tel Aviv and if he receives a yellow card on Saturday against MS.
Ashdod, he will be absent from the third round of the top playoffs that will be held in about three weeks.
Abu Fani, as we know, joins Abdoulaye Sek, Pierre Corneau and Dolev Haziza, who were all in danger of being suspended from the game against Hapoel Be'er Sheva, but were careful and did not receive a yellow card yesterday in Bloomfield.
As before the closing round of the regular season against Hapoel Tel Aviv, Maccabi Haifa made it clear that they do not attach importance to the issue of yellow cards and ask the players to go to the field as usual and without fear of receiving a yellow card - even if it causes them to be removed from a game in the future.
Doubtful to sit down.
Ali Muhammad and Charon Shari (Photo: Maor Al-Khalsi)
In another matter, the team estimates that Ali Muhammad will not be fit for the game against MS.
The midfielder is apparently suffering from a strain caused during the game against Hapoel Tel Aviv and the one expected to replace him in the lineup on Saturday is Mahmoud Jaber.
Maccabi Haifa hopes that Charon Sherry will feel good and will be able to return to training tomorrow, when today (Wednesday) the players will also be given a day off.
In addition, the stopper Shawn Goldberg is still doubtful for the game against MS.
Ashdod and it is possible that he will receive several more recovery days and hence he may return to the squad against Hapoel Beer Sheva on April 1, after the national team break.
The one who will not be included in the squad for the upcoming game is the yellowed Daniel Sondgren.