Kiel is expected to be eligible for KS, Hassan Hilu is in doubt

(Maor Elkelsi) (Photo: Sport 5)
(Maor Elkelsi) | Photo: Sports 5

Avitan.  Does not connect to VAR (Maor Elkelsi) (Photo: Sport 5)
Avitan. Does not connect to VAR (Maor Elkelsi) | Photo: Sports 5

Bnei Sakhnin will hold today its concluding training ahead of tomorrow’s meeting (Sunday, 19:00, live on 5 LIVE) against Urbani Kash and it will do so in the shadow of good news: Biram Kiel, who was in doubt due to toe pain, returned to training and will be fit to play.

Along with Kiel, Ali Othman will also return to the squad after a long period and will be available to Nisso Avitan. Hassan Hilu, on the other hand, abandoned training and is in great doubt. Meanwhile, during training yesterday there was an argument between Mahmoud Kandil and Ataa Jaber. Avitan tried to summon the two to a conversation in which they straightened things out and shook hands. The club said: “They closed the story and it’s behind us.”

Sakhnin went through a difficult week that began with the closure of the Doha Stadium and the postponement of the game against Betar Jerusalem, which caused the team to move. Avitan tried to address the issue: The pitch closes, we made the preparation, improvised and looked ahead. We practiced one day in a gym, one day on synthetic grass. We have no complaints, we have to get ready for the game against KS.

Bnei Sakhnin coach also commented on the use of the VAR system that does not get off the headlines: “Before the use of VAR started I was in favor, I thought he could do justice. At the current point in time it stops the game, disrupts spontaneity and joy and also with the VAR there are mistakes “