Peter Bosz, Maccabi Tel Aviv’s head coach addressed the media following the final Matchday of the season after his club defeated Maccabi Haifa 6:0 as the team closed out a 16-year run at Bloomfield Stadium in style. He also discussed Tel Aviv, the battle for the title and wished congratulations to Beer Sheva:

“I congratulate Beer Sheva who have won the championship. They had more points than us and they had a fantatsic season. I told the players to focus on this game and not on Beer Sheva. We put on a show for our fans and we had a terrific performance.”

The upcoming State Cup:

“They will have five different players on Tuesday and it will be a totally different game. I’m sure they won’t be very happy when they get back on the bus to Haifa.”

Congratulations to Beer Sheva:

“Beer Sheva won the championship and they had so many points. They deserved to be champions.”

Proud of the club:

“I’m proud of the team as to the way they performed and how they played both in the league and the Cup. I would’ve preferred to lose some games and win the championship.”

The battle for the title:

“When you work at a top club you have to win and win titles. When I came we were behind Beer Sheva and then we were 5-points behind, but we couldn’t win the championship. We now have a Cup to play for.”

Being a coach in Tel Aviv:

“I would recommend Tel Aviv to anyone. We love it here, the people are friendly and it’s a great to be a coach in Tel Aviv.”