The last time Maccabi Petah Tikva won, it was October and Guy Luzon’s players celebrated with 0: 4 over Hapoel Nof Hagalil. To recover on Saturday (17:30) against MS Ashdod.
“In every league, in every team, after three losses the most important thing is to stop the streak,” he said today (Thursday) Luzon At the press conference, “We stopped him, not with great football, but with a lot of fighting, sacrifice and desire. The atmosphere? In any team that fails no matter what its name, there are background noises and environmental noise. It is legitimate and natural and needs to be dealt with.”
Asked about the professional problems, Luzon replied: “Even now I claim that we have good enough players and a good enough team, one that is worth many more points than it has achieved so far (10 in 11 games). The burden of proof is on us. Even when there are professional and other professional problems “They need to be addressed within the group.”
Unlike Maccabi Petah Tikva, Ashdod is in the opposite trend and has not lost in its last five games, including two consecutive victories. “Every game in this league is a challenge,” Luzon said. “It is an equal league and we see it in every round. The name of the opponent is irrelevant, the teams are more or less equal in level. Each with its own pros and cons. ”And what about the crowd protest?
The brake Light in Lorian He added: “It’s no secret that we would like to be somewhere else. We have a goal on Saturday – to win and score as many points as possible to continue. Stress? On a day when we go up with weights on our feet, it is better for us to retire. And less good, but the burden of proof is on us.
“The problems? I’m on the field and it’s better to see it off the field. I do not coach and do not understand these things. We may be a little unlucky. I am always optimistic and as Guy said – there is an equal league. Two wins you are here and two losses you are here. I “We are optimistic, we all know where we are and what we need to do. Everyone is doing their best and the results will come.”