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post #1 of 45 (permalink) Old July 14th, 2011, 17:37 Thread Starter
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UEFA Europa League


First leg - 14/07/2011

Saint Julia vs Bnei Yehuda



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After 10' mins
0 - 1 (Balili - Bnei Yehuda)

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Bnei Yehuda ended up winning 2-0 and pratically securing their places in the next round. Wonder to see how this team will look with Abuksis in charge. Let´s see if he will adopt Gutman´s style of approach.

The oranges have proven to be a stubborn side and despite being the poor cousin of Maccabi and Hapoel Tel Aviv, with limited budget, they have been able to sign attract good players for our league level and have played several seasons in Europe already.
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What do you guys think of Pedro Galvan? He has been for two seasons already essential for Bnei Yehuda and has proven to be a real quality player. I think he has space to be in one of the big clubs in Israel.
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Galvan is a great player and the main reason why Bnei Yehuda have finished in the top 4 the last 3 years. He can play with any big Israeli club. I think either Hapoel or Maccabi would be interested in him.

He is in his 4th year with the club but Im not sure of his contract situation.
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What do you guys think of Pedro Galvan? He has been for two seasons already essential for Bnei Yehuda and has proven to be a real quality player. I think he has space to be in one of the big clubs in Israel.
Hapoel agrees with you, I read they where interested in him but Bnei Yehuda refused to sell.

Hapoel probably would be the best club for him or Maccabi. Haifa already has 3 quality AMs
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Bnei Yehuda are not willing to sell him, but if he continues like that they won´t be able to hold him for so long. If Bnei Yehuda eventually reaches the Europa League playoffs he will certainly call attention from clubs abroad.
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Any video hightlights for Bnei Yehuda's UEFA matches?

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post #9 of 45 (permalink) Old July 31st, 2011, 03:52
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Any video hightlights for Bnei Yehuda's UEFA matches?
This is the only one I found. Its Galvan's goal against Helsingborg.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aw9ADqetg8
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post #11 of 45 (permalink) Old August 4th, 2011, 18:09
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11th min
Helsingborg 1 (1) -(1) 0 Bnei Yehuda

Helsingborg scored in the 2nd minute.

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post #12 of 45 (permalink) Old August 4th, 2011, 18:19
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BY are getting some good chances but nothing yet. All they need is one goal and they will move on.
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30th minute

For the most part BY is controlling possession and have had a few opportunities.
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Helsingborg 1 (1) -(1) 0 Bnei Yehuda

I'm not sure how Helsingborg scored but it must have been luck because they haven't done much since. BY have controlled possession but have only had a few good chances. Right now they are tied on aggregate but I don't think it will stay that way.
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I agree, Bnei Yehuda had a good game and they conceded in a complete lack of attention.

If they score they are in great situation.
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73rd min
Helsingborg 3 - 0 BY

It looks like BY's European ride is over. Reali was given a second yellow and was red carded so they are down to 10 men.
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It looks like BY's European ride is over. Reali was given a second yellow and was red carded so they are down to 10 men.
He was not very prudent in his tackle, but IMO the referee exaggerated in the red card.
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Bnei Yehuda have signed South African U-23 striker, Dino Ndlovu.
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Not only Netanya, now Bnei Yehuda has also made an official offer for Elisha Levi, who is leaving Maccabi Haifa at the end of the season.

Despite being criticized by the hard core Maccabi Haifa fans, Elisha managed
lead the greens to two league titles and a Champions League group stage appearance, plus runner up in the league twice and and in the State Cup once.
Currently the team stands in fourth place, but with real conditions of obtaining a ticket to Europa League through the league (needs to finish second or third) or win the State Cup (Maccabi Haifa are in the semifinals).

Whoever takes him will stay good, Elisha is a good coach and one of the good men in football. Without a big pressure of one of the "Big 4" he could succeed.
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Bnei Yehuda chose Dror Kashtan as coach for next season to substitute Yossi Abuksis who will be Eli Gutman´s assistant coach at the NT.

IMO, don´t know if it is a good choice, Kashtan had a passage last year with Bnei yehuda in a turbulent manner. One club less for Ran Ben Shimon to coach if he won`t stay at Kiriat Shmona afterall.
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