New Maccabi Tel Aviv manager Peter Bosz spoke of his desire and ambition to win trophies with his new club after leaving Vitesse Arnhem.

  • By James Rowe

bosz maccThe 52-year-old ended his two-and-a-half year spell at Vitesse on Monday to take over at Maccabi Tel Aviv, and the coach is already targeting silverware.

Bosz told NOS, “Maccabi Tel Aviv are currently second in the Israeli league so it is possible to be champions with them in May “.

” I think that it can only be good to be able to work abroad it broadens your horizons and this is team that must really be champions every season so I am going to have to learn how to deal with a different type of pressure and I want to try and win trophies and I have that chance now “.

“At Vitesse we forced one another to continue to improve as a team and that is the power of Vitesse as a club that they value playing good football and challenging one another to improve “.

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