Bnei Sakhnin: Shavit has finally left, Haim and Avitan are candidates to replace him

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Whoever thought that many cases of Bnei Sakhnin and a 7: 0 defeat to Maccabi Netanya a month ago were the big stories of the season opener at the club, was lied to last Wednesday when another bomb was dropped in the form of the resignation of coach Eldad Shavit.

As we reported, Shavit decided to put down the keys following a charged conversation to say the least with chairman Muhammad Abu Yunis, who was angry at the coach who demanded the connection of Alan Angie, who arrived in the country with severe medical problems that prevented him from passing the tests and joining the team. On Friday, Abu Yunis, mediated by CEO Khaled Duchi, tried to get back at him and ask Comet to return, but the coach asked for a day to think about it and announced that his decision remained the same.

Duchy and senior players in Bnei Sakhnin still tried to persuade Shavit to return, but the latter was determined and told people at the club: “Although we forgave as a person for a person, but we need a break from each other.”

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The club started thinking about a possible replacement last week and tried to persuade Marco Belbul to return for another term, but the latter refused. As we first announced on Thursday, the two leading candidates now are ex Hapoel Tel Aviv and Hapoel Hadera Nisso Avitan and ex Kfar Saba, Ofir Haim.

The two are expected to receive an official offer in the hope that a new coach will be appointed to the team in the next two days. The names of Uri Gutman and Tomer Kashtan also came up, but it seems that the priority will be given to Avitan or Haim.

Meanwhile, the contact Sebastian Velasquez, who signed last week, arrived in Israel and will undergo medical tests, after which he will sign with the team.

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