Daniel Tennenbaum Has had a dream season. He was not planned to be the first goalkeeper of Maccabi Tel Aviv, but took his place between the posts when he got the chance, was excellent and broke records together with the champion, who recorded simply amazing defensive data in 2019/20.
The 25-year-old Brazilian-Jew gave an interview in his homeland, talked about the past season, a Champions League qualifier campaign and is approaching and also his military service.
“It was the first season I played as a first-choice goalkeeper and it was a dream season,” Tennenbaum said. “I got the opportunity, trusted me and did a good job. The defense stood out this year. “Even without showing a great game, we knew not to absorb and in the end we managed to find the net up front.”
“This will be my first game in the Champions League,” the goalkeeper continued as he spoke about the first qualifying round to be held on August 18/19. “It is a dream, a unique experience. Everyone, including the audience, is excited and already waiting for the game. ”
In addition, the Brazilian media was very interested in Tennenbaum’s military service in Israel and he said: “When I received a letter that I needed to enlist, I was scared. I started talking to people and the club and then I calmed down. Overall, it’s a cool experience. The club helps and I go to the base according to the times of training. ”