The owner of Hapoel Haifa signaled to the Romanian stopper in a local article: "We will follow him until the summer and then we will make a final decision" • Tamash: "I really liked playing there, so I kept in touch with them"
Will Gabriel Tamash on the way back to the Premier League?
At least according to an article published today (Wednesday) on a Romanian and local website, the brakeman who played for Hapoel Haifa in the years 2017-2019, is already 37 years old, but that doesn't really stop him from ruling out Yoav Katz's team.
Tamash, who last summer signed for the University of Cluj from the second Romanian league and in February 2021 had already signed with the modest Volunteer, was quoted as saying in a local interview: "Yes, they are waiting for me there at Hapoel Haifa. I am much more respected there than in Romania. "That's why I kept in touch with them. I would like to end my career in Israel. Dot."
Owner Yoav Katz was also quoted in the article: "Currently, we have not submitted an offer for Tamash. Gabriel is a very good player and has an exceptional personality, but I know that he now plays for a smaller team in Romania, which makes me think he is not in the best shape.
"At the same time, we must remember that there are football players who play until the age of 45. This is not necessarily a problem. There may be a possibility that he will come, but it depends on him and his physical fitness. He is a beloved footballer in Israel, and if he is in the best shape, we can consider returning him. After that until the summer and then we will make a final decision, "concluded the owner of Hapoel Haifa.