Maccabi is expected to strengthen its brakes. “Our momentum has changed”


Great joy for Maccabi Tel Aviv after advancing to the playoffs of the Champions League. The Yellows defeated Dynamo Brest 0: 1 last night (Wednesday) at Bloomfield thanks to a goal from Dan Bitton and they are now two games away from the home stage. To get there they will have to pass the strong Red Bull Salzburg.

“This is a game that will change our momentum in the league as well. It was very important to ensure a European season,” the team said. Coach Yorgos Donis has made it clear that even if a purchase arrives in the next few days he will not be able to play in the first game to be played next week against the Austrians. On the episode two brakes: the leader is James Lawrence Manderlecht and the Wales team, Whose candidacy was first published on the Sports Channel, And the other is Dimitrios Gutas of the Greek Atromitus. It is estimated that one of them will sign.

In addition, the Yellows are looking for a striker, when Tomer Hemed’s name came up if he wanted to come to Israel, but no contacts have been opened with him so far.

Economically, the amount that Maccabi Tel Aviv will earn from the promotion ranges from 5-7 million euros, and as a result the team is expected to increase offers for the foreign players it wants to bring in. Maccabi players will receive grants of 15,000 euros on average for securing the Europa League home stage. .

The team, of course, dreams of the Champions League: “A month and a half ago, it seemed like there was real chaos. We were with one foreigner on the roster and reached a state of two games from qualifying for the Champions League.

As for the first game that is scheduled to take place in Bloomfield, it is currently expected to take place in the country but the club is waiting for the swells. By the way, Austria has also become a red country. A possibility that has arisen is that both games will be held in a neutral venue.


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