Dan Glazer, who missed Sunday’s league defeat at Be’ersheva as he served a one-match-touchline-ban was asked about Maccabi’s ability in a game he was a spectator, said: “There is no doubt that we didn’t have a good game and we spoke about it after the match. We didn’t show up but the best thing about football is that one can always correct things. Tomorrow we have an important match, we will have to show much better football and correct the impression from the previous game”.

The 25-year-old added: “Be’ersheva played better, they also didn’t have the best of games” he added: “We analysed the game, the coach explained to us what worked and what didn’t. The aggressiveness, the attitude and the energies are things we should bring in 200 percent. This is what wins big matches – aggressiveness and attitude, so hopefully we will do it tomorrow”.