Dabour: “I was surprised that Sakharoder ties Maccabi Tel Aviv”

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One of the players who has benefited greatly from the Corona retreat is Monas Dabour. As you may recall, the Hoffenheim striker injured his knee in the league game against Schalke and had to recover for more than two months. The forced break devoured the cards and the Israeli managed to adapt to his new team and squeezed many compliments after scoring four goals and adding cooking in the last eight rounds of the Bundesliga.

Tonight (Tuesday) Dabour took part in the program ‘Five in the Air’ in which he spoke, among other things, about the fact that his former coach, Alfred Sakharoder, has been linked in recent weeks with the ex, Maccabi Tel Aviv: “Alfred is an excellent coach and man. “The highest and the players hold him. His abilities to convey to the players what he wants from them is what impressed me the most. He reminds me of Paolo Sousa.”

“I was surprised that he ties to Maccabi, a coach at his level can coach and be one of the best in more senior leagues,” the Israeli national team striker added. So why is he thinking of getting to the Yellows? “Maccabi is a big club. I think he is considering coming because of the possibility of qualifying for the Champions League,” Dabour concluded the issue.

The striker also referred to his great success in the last rounds of the season: “You could say that the last month of the season helped me personally, everyone was happy with me and happy that I came back to myself after the injury, feels fun to come back.”

And what about the sequel individually and as a group? “I can reach double digits next season. I will go for it with all my might and do my best, it’s not something in heaven. We have not yet talked about the goals for next season. I believe they will at least require us to qualify for the Europa League like last season and maybe we will have a chance to reach the Champions League “We’ll be happy to run a successful campaign with the new coach.”

The fact that Willy Rotensteiner was converted from the position of professional manager to the position of coach of the Israeli national team caused a great deal of criticism. Despite this, like Manor Solomon, the striker also believes that this is the right move: “The players are happy that Willy stayed, we saw that there is a change in the team. We enjoy coming to training. He knows us well and I strongly believe that something can be done together.”

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