Summary: Maccabi Tel Aviv - Maccabi Haifa 0:3 (Sport1)
Maccabi Tel Aviv's announcement yesterday (Sunday) about the departure of Sharon Tamm at the end of the season gave rise to a wave of speculation among the team's fans and around the club.
First about the reasons for the CEO's departure and then about the future of the other senior positions in Kiryat Shalom. Tamam clarified yesterday in a number of conversations she had with her associates at the club, some of whom did not know that a month ago she informed Jack Anglidis of her desire to end her 13 years at Maccabi Tel Aviv at the end of the season , because it was her decision and no one in Canada or Israel showed her the door out. The CEO of the club did her job well, so Mitch Goldhar had no reason to move her from her chair, but as she approaches 50, she has the right to strive to experience more things in her life.
Highly appreciated by the owner.
Tamm (Photo: Kobi Eliyahu)
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Goldhar (photo: official website, Maccabi Tel Aviv in football)
Later, as mentioned, a lot of speculations began about a coup that is about to take place at the club at the end of the season, but that is not the case.
Today Maccabi Tel Aviv will return to practice after a long weekend of vacation, which many took advantage of for trips abroad and Aitor Karanka will begin his more important personal part of the season. In losing the championship, unless a sporting miracle happens, he has a part in the three months that have passed since his arrival here, but Whoever thinks that the Basque is already packed for a departure at the end of the season is wrong. Cranka has a contract for next season and he does not intend to give it up. "When I sign something, I mean it seriously," he said recently, so for him things are clear, he is not thinking about parting.
Mitch Goldhar has been experiencing upheavals for the third year.
The appointment of Donis, the dismissal of Donis, the appointment of van Loewen, the early dismissal of van Loewen, the appointment of Karstaic, farewell to Karstaic, the return of Ivic, a slap from Ivic and now Cranka.
Eran Zahavi, one of those who listen to what he says in Canada, recently put a spotlight on the matter of the coach and stated that it is impossible to function properly when every few months a club changes a coach.
Goldhar knows this.
The instability on the lines breaks up Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Today he already understands it more than ever.
But in order for Kranka to continue for another season, positive energy in Kiryat Shalom should dissipate at the end of the season.
One that gives the push and anticipation for the start of the next season.
The right vibe can be obtained through winning the state cup, but no less through success in the playoffs.
Maccabi Tel Aviv opened with a victory over Maccabi Netanya, will play on Saturday at Teddy against Hapoel Jerusalem and then will meet Maccabi Haifa and Hapoel Beer Sheva.
Even if she has no realistic chances for the championship, these games will decide.
The joint future of Maccabi Tel Aviv and Cranka will be determined, and so it will be in the second part of the playoffs as well.
Karanka's test starts this week and Canada wants him to succeed in it.
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In order for Kranka to continue for another season, positive energy in Kiryat Shalom needs to dissipate at the end of the season.
Maccabi Tel Aviv is looking for stability (Photo: Danny Maron)
He will not be opposed to having a CEO with professional knowledge and experience in football by his side. Yitzhak (Photo: Niv Aharonson)
Beyond the financial matter and parting with a million euros for severance pay, this is, as mentioned, the feeling that the club must have stability in the position of the coach, even if he opened his way in Israel in a bad way.
After all, no one guarantees Goldhar success with another coach and above all he still landed a professional here with a very rich resume as a player and very reasonable as a coach.
Someone who worked for four seasons at Middlesbrough, a club with a respectable profile in England, can't be that bad.
The other senior side in Maccabi Tel Aviv is Barak Itzhaki.
No matter how Yitzhakhi is defined, what his powers are and whether the cases should fall only on him, he is still one of the most senior in Kiryat Shalom, the head of the football department according to the definition.
Itzhaki does not work in his field alone and he does not make decisions alone, yet his part is significant.
Next season he is supposed to continue in his role.
Whether in a direct arrangement with Jack Angalidis, with whom he makes most of the decisions, or whether with another person who will be placed in a professional management position at the club.
Yitzhak has no ego and this is one of the qualities that gives him the most appreciation from the bosses along with his reliability and loyalty.
The arrival of a foreign CEO with professional powers and understanding of football should not be a problem for Itzhaki. On the contrary. It was at a time when he worked with Ben Mansford and was a partner in Ivić's two championships, it was when Martin Bain did the role of Mansford and J. Verdy Cruyff was in the position of professional manager. The arrival of a foreign partner with a football orientation to the position of CEO"
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