Maccabi Tel Aviv: Preparations for the game against Salzburg

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BMaccabi Tel Aviv Can no longer wait for the opening whistle of the Champions League qualifier rematch against Red Bull Salzburg tonight (Wednesday, 22:00) in Austria. Among the champions there is record alertness and great faith given despite the super-missing lineup without 11 players infected with Corona (The last of which Is wing midfielder Tal Ben Haim) and remained in Israel – to make a big difference and erase the 2: 1 loss from the game at Bloomfield Stadium.

Although the Yellows have secured their place in the home stage of the Europa League and will receive a nice financial grant of NIS 15 million, but of course the prestigious factory beckons them more. Beyond prestige, at the economic level, participation in the Champions League is equal to an income close to NIS 80 million.

The club does not bother with the fact that no purchasing players arrived for the game, and in the same breath the players who will start in the team promised to give everything to the last drop of sweat, talked to each other and believe that anything is possible. Georgios Donis conveyed to his trainees a message that he believes in each and every one that will be played tonight and a lot in individual conversations (another such round of content even today before the game) as well as group. The coach, remember, Praised his players At the press conference and said he was proud of them.

The champions miss the last time they played in the home leg – the 2015/16 season when their golden hair took command in the qualifiers with a series of crucial goals – he had seven of those in the qualifiers, and a double in the away game against Basel. A source at the club said: “We need to bring the Maccabist spirit as we did five years ago with Zahavi. Maccabi can repeat that. “

Maccabi Tel Aviv players in Salzburg. Believe in the prospect of a revolution | Maccabi Tel Aviv, the official website

Players who spoke with their families yesterday told about the great excitement they are experiencing – the greatest status in their careers when only a few in the team, like Eitan Tibi, Sharan Yeni and Itai Schechter, experienced the Champions League that every player dreams of.

Of course the Yellows came into the game with a missing roster that left the coach no room for change. Ben Bitton, the right defender, is expected to be shifted to the brake position alongside Eitan Tibi and Sharan Yeni to add speed. Donis asked his players to avoid penalties as was the case in the game in Israel. The Greek wants Maccabi to interrupt the opponent’s attacks, if possible, already in the center of the field.

Eyal Golsa will be in charge of managing the game while Eden Kartzev and Ruslan Bersky will extract balls. Dan Bitton, who scored the great goal in a big jump in the game in Israel, was asked to kick more to the goal outside the box. Maccabi feels that the team is tactically ready and the intention is to apply great pressure from the start in the hope of scoring a quick goal.

Eyal Golsa | Danny Maron

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