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Benjamin is a favorite for the derby. Why didn't Zasano and Turiel come from Ashdod? - Voila! sport


Highlights: Hapoel Tel Aviv and M.S.C. were close to a deal to sign Omer Senior. But the deal fell through and Omer is expected to stay in Israel. Hapoel Be'er Sheva are set to welcome back injured midfielder Tal Archel. The match will take place at the Estadio Olimpico Tel Aviv on Sunday. The game will be played in front of a crowd of 3,000. The result will be shown live on the club's website.

The midfielder is in Hapoel Tel Aviv's 11th picture in place of the banned Kanzpolsky, but Chibota may open. And: behind the scenes of the last hours of the transfer window at the Red Club

Summary: Hapoel Be'er Sheva - Hapoel Tel Aviv 0:0/Sport1

In the final hours before the transfer window closed yesterday (Wednesday), Hapoel Tel Aviv and M.S. Ashdod were close to a trade in which Stav Turiel was supposed to move to the Reds, while Omer Senior was planned to do the opposite. Turiel had already been told that he was moving, but on the other hand it was Senior who preferred to stay at Hapoel Tel Aviv rather than move to the southern team. Hapoel Tel Aviv even tried at the last hour for the window to re-enter the Zohar Zasano deal, but Jackie Ben Zaken was determined not to sell with the financial offer presented to him.

Meanwhile, Michael Valcanis and his players began preparations for Tuesday's derby. The main issue is who will replace Al-Yam Kanzpolsky, who was sent off against Hapoel Be'er Sheva in the center of the field. It is believed that Ran Benjamin will start along with Jose Rodríguez and Dan Einbinder, but there is also the possibility that Omri Altman will be placed as a midfielder under the striker and the one who will take Kanzpolski's place will be Mavis Chibota who will play on the wing.

On the injured side, Hapoel Tel Aviv will welcome back Tal Archel, who has already recovered from a muscle injury in his leg and is training fully.

Preferred to stay. Omer Senior/Danny Maron

Yesterday, the Football Association Tribunal announced the approval of seating women and children up to the age of 14 at Gates 4-5 in Bloomfield in the upcoming derby.

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Source: walla

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