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Oscar Gloch says goodbye to Maccabi Tel Aviv: "I continue my journey and the fulfillment of the dream to play in Europe" | Israel today

2023-01-26T17:39:27.848Z


The young talent, who will sign tomorrow in Salzburg, Austria, said goodbye to the yellow fans in an emotional post: "Proud to have worn the yellow shirt. I feel that I have reached the right place for me right now - a leading club in Europe"


Oscar Gloch says goodbye to Maccabi Tel Aviv fans.

Just before the highly publicized move to Red Bull Salzburg.

Tonight (Thursday) the gifted midfielder said goodbye to the team with quite a few warm words.

"Thank you! From a young age I was a fan of Maccabi Tel Aviv," Oscar wrote, "I fulfilled a small dream when I joined the youth department and a big dream when I went up to play in the senior uniform. I am proud to have worn the yellow shirt and managed to make the best fans in the world happy.

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"It was an intense journey and my success is also the success of the number 1 club, of the crowd, of my friends-brothers in the dressing room without whom I could not have done it. I want to thank everyone who was a part, from the children to the adults. I continue my journey and the fulfillment of the dream to play in Europe and feel that I have reached the right place for me right now - a leading team in Europe!

From now on I am Maccabi's biggest fan and she will always be a part of who I am.

Fingers crossed for the team's success, I'm sure we'll see each other again."

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Source: israelhayom

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