In recent days, MS Ashdod has been trying to keep the link’s main ace pair, Roi Gordana and Shlomi Azulai, with them. Jackie Ben Zaken is already scheduled with the two, an official offer has yet to be submitted, but both sides are confident the common future will be together.
Shlomi Azulai found a warm home in Ashdod, both professionally and socially. In an interview this week for the sports program on 103 FM, he talked about his and Ashdod’s season.
When asked if he was satisfied with Ashdod, Azoulay replied: “Although Ashdod is not the most glittering name like all the big ones, but from the moment I got there two years ago I feel at home and have fun, enjoy every moment and feel dominant.
I’m glad the team is going well too and we look good. We are making amazing results this year in both the Cup and the League. It’s important to continue with this in the top playoffs, to make good results, to play happy football and for everyone to enjoy us. “
About his current coach Ran Ben Shimon and what he brings with him: “Beyond the professional contribution, you can not understand the professional experience we experience every day at the club.
Ren puts something else into the club, and he changed the whole face of the club from end to end. We have been through a process since it came, more in the mental matter, a lot of conversations and a lot of video conferencing. Overall Ashdod is a very young team with young players who need it every day.
You see it beyond the beautiful football that the team is very mature in its game, enjoying every moment and cheering for each other. Only we will continue like this in the top playoffs. “
What are the goals for the rest of the season? Europe? “The goals were to get through a stage in the Cup and finish in the top playoffs and I am glad we achieved that.
“Right now we have Maccabi Tel Aviv in the cup and we are third in the league with a pretty nice gap in the table, so I think if we continue on our way with modesty and beautiful football, we will want to advance in the cup as much as possible and finish in third place in the league.”