Muhammad Abu Yunis: "Hopefully the Taleb Tuatha deal will be closed by Sunday"
The chairman of Bnei Sakhnin was interviewed on 103FM and admitted that talks are taking place with Maccabi Haifa to include the left defender: "We are a top team"
Thursday, 30 June 2022, 19:52
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Bnei Sakhnin confirms that it is progressing towards the signing of Taleb Tuatha, the defender of Maccabi Haifa.
The 103FM sports program spoke tonight (Thursday) with club chairman Muhammad Abu Yunis, who was asked about the possibility of the left-back joining them and said: "Hopefully the Tuatha deal will close by Sunday."
Bnei Sakhnin started the summer in a difficult way when she was looking for a coach and eventually extended her contract with Haim Sylves, and when asked about the preparations for next season, Abu Yunis said briefly: "We are building a good team and want to be in the middle of the table. Sakhnin is not a bottom team - it is a top team. ".
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Meanwhile, after the signing of foreigners Mitya Lutrich and Nikolao Domitro, Bnei Sakhnin announced the addition of right-back Ovadia Droish, 23, who last season was one of the most prominent in the Ramat Hasharon city.
Darwish signed for the season with an option to extend the contract for another two years through his agent, Barak Badash.
Droish grew up in the children's department of Maccabi Tel Aviv, but in the 2013/14 season he left Kiryat Shalom when he joined Maccabi Herzliya's youth team B, in boys A he played for Maccabi Petah Tikva and in youth he played for Hapoel Ramat Gan.
In 2018/19, Amidar moved to Ramat Gan, which was then in the First Division South, but at the end of the season he returned to Ramat Gan and for the last two years played in Rishon Lezion and then in Ramat Hasharon.