Barak Bachar got his first taste of the experience that awaits him as coach of Red Star Belgrade. The incoming coach, who was the guest of honor of his new team in the closing round of the season, may have seen Red Star settle for just 2-2 against Novi Pazar at home, but he witnessed the strength of the club, and the crowd.
Nearly 35,<> fans crowded into the famous Maracanã stadium, creating a particularly warm atmosphere, including a wrestling display that filled the stadium with smoke. Behar, who sat in the grandstand alongside sporting director Zvezdan Terzic, was quick to document the moments of madness in the stands, and even received cheers from the fans, who also said goodbye to outgoing coach Milos Milojevic with a congratulatory sign.
The team's players celebrated with the crowd for a long time, reportedly leaving the stadium more than two hours after the final whistle.
The madness in the stands
Behar, who only recently celebrated a third consecutive championship with Maccabi Haifa, also took part in a toast in the office of sporting director Terzic, along with the rest of his staff and with the participation of senior Red Star officials.
"Bachar began to understand the strengths of the Red Star. He was very enthusiastic about the special atmosphere in Maracanã," Bessarabia wrote.
The transfer of the baton from outgoing coach Milos Milojevic to Becher will be made officially at noon, after the special press conference in which Behar will be presented as the new coach. The press conference will take place at 12:00 Israel time.
- Israeli football
- Barak Bachar
- Red Star Belgrade