Ogu proud despite Hapoel Beer Sheva’s Europa League exit

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Barak Bakhar’s men crashed out at the Round of 32, but the Nigerian was delighted with how his side performed in the competition

John Ogu was philosophical after Hapoel Beer Sheva's exit from the Europa League, insisting he is proud of "a great experience".

The Camels bowed 2-1 to Besiktas at Vodafone Arena to bow out of the tournament 5-2 on aggregate.

The Nigerian would be gutted for losing out on European glory but remained proud of Beer Sheeva, and says they will now focus on the Israeli topflight.

John Ogu

''Such a great experience to be proud of. Thanks to everyone who made it possible. Heads up and now we focus on the league. Thanks to our fans,'' Ogu tweeted.

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Barak Bakhar’s men top the Israeli league with 50 points from 23 games, and they host relegation-threatened Hapoel Kfar Saba on Monday.



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