“Barak Becher remembers me, I scored against his teams”

“Barak Becher remembers me, I scored against his teams”
“Barak Becher remembers me, I scored against his teams”

The appointment of Barak Becher to the Red Star in Belgrade continues to intrigue the Serbs. The coach who won six championships (three with Hapoel Beer Sheva and three with Maccabi Haifa) comes to the Serbian Empire with a mountain of expectations, but he will be able to take solace in one familiar face he will meet there.

Alexander Pesic, former Maccabi Tel Aviv and who scored twice against the Greens in the doubleheader against Red Star last summer, managed to score 11 times this season in the Serbian league. The great striker has signed a contract for 2025, so unless there is a surprise, he should play under the Israeli coach and his team. In an interview he gave to the local media, the actor told about Bachar.

“People don’t understand how difficult the Israeli league is, so Bacher is definitely worth a lot if he won six championships there,” flattered the striker. “Games are played in two rounds, then two rounds of playoffs. So you meet the strongest teams four times a season. I don’t know Barak personally, although we always said hello to each other before games. He remembers me, because I often scored against his teams “, he stung.

After that, Pesic continued the optimistic trend: “Every coach needs some time to acclimate when he changes environment, but I believe he will acclimate soon. He comes to a good club, he will play in the Champions League and I don’t think there will be a problem.”

Alexander Peshich celebrates a victory over Barak Becher’s Maccabi Haifa (Alan Shiver)

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