Teams: Beitar Jerusalem, ISRAEL NT, Inter Milan,
I actually picked more than 5...:blushing: but i will break it down...
Barda, Golan, Itzhaki, Ben Shushan, Sahar, Scechter, Coalluti, Ben Haim
I basically put it in 2 groups:
Old school: (Barda, Golan, Itzhaki, Ben Shushan, Coalluti)
New School: (Sahar, Schecther, Ben Haim)
The way I want it to be broken down is simple...if we needed 5 forwards at any given time, id want to start with one group and then take away the weakest forward and add from the other group...
Barda, Golan and Coalluti are going to exit my opinion soon because i think there days are numbered. Barda's highlight was in the WCQ, but i never really heard from him since then.
Golan is good, but he is inconsistant sometimes and I have seen him play since 2003. I think there is room to allow younger players to play.
Coalluti was good for us but he's highlight came in 2006 when Euro qualifiers happened. He was key to our goal scoring. He got injured and never really bounced back.
Now the old school which i added can go into the new school group if they do better.
Itzahki - he got talent, but its either him wanting to go to Europe or him being stuck in Beitar that is the problem. He can do really well if he wanted to, but he doesnt really push himself and seems like a player who did good, wants results (him in europe) but will falter in the process.
Ben Shushan - is in the similar characteristic as Itzahki. He along with Bruchayan are bound to exit Beitar in search of glory in Europe. I wouldnt count them being young, but they arent old as well. They still go a good 10 years of play in their shoulders before they get thrown in no mans leauge fighting for promotion.
From the new school i picked:
Sahar - personally a fine player who needs to develop his key. Moving and not finding his true play hurts his stemena as a NT player a lot. Greece was scared of him in game one and he could have done damage in game 2. I like to believe that he wouldnt act like an inconsistant player, but he is only 20 now...so its hard to judge. He got a long way to go in terms of impressing me.
Schetcher - has been dynamic player for Hapoel TA in the leauge and also in the Europa Leauge. This is a player who can transform himself whenever his team needs and create goals. I will seriously go bazurk if he is not on the starting line up in next NT friendly. The man proved himself....
Ben Haim - he is a wildcard. New to everything. I think being in MPT is not the best place for someone who can turn out to be phenomenal. Sometimes he does stupid mistakes but most of the time he can deliver and i think he can get a start sometime soon...but i think he is what Itzhaki-Ben Shushan-Golan-Barda were and would eventually be....in and out for the NT....... and not someone who makes a dynamic spot on a regular basis..