Hapoel Beer Sheva: Rotem Hatuel signed for three years


The 22-year-old striker, who last year played in the Umm al-Fahm uniform and Maccabi Achi Nazareth from the national team, joins the team from the Negev capital: “Hope to restore confidence on the field”

Yorgos Donis, the new coach of Maccabi Tel Aviv, landed in Israel (Photo: Danny Maron)
Another acquisition for Hapoel Beer Sheva. The team from the Negev capital signed Rotem Hatuel for three years this morning (Wednesday), making him the second Israeli acquisition player of the summer after Cynthiahu Sallich. The 22-year-old striker spent last season at Hapoel Umm al-Fahm and Maccabi Achi Nazareth from the national league, and scored a total of six goals.

“I am very happy to sign for the club,” Hatuel said. “I will give 100 percent of myself in order to make the huge crowd of Hapoel Beer Sheva happy. I thank the professional team and hope to get back on the field.”

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Another new face on the roster. Rotem Hatuel (Photo: Courtesy of Hapoel Beer Sheva)

Last night, Roy Azot, a graduate of the club’s youth department, signed with the team for years. “I am happy to sign at the club where I grew up and developed throughout my years,” said the 18-year-old Azot. “I was privileged to see the club intensify and become what it is in recent years. I am happy to stay in the home where I grew up and fulfill dreams in it.”


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