“I am very happy to sign today at Hapoel Raanana and believe that together we will achieve our goal: to rise back to the Premier League,” Ohayon said at the signing ceremony. The brakeman started training about two weeks ago with the newcomer to the national league, Hapoel Raanana.
As you may recall, after four seasons at Hapoel Beer Sheva, including three championships, Ohayon suffered an Achilles tendon injury, which did not go away with conservative treatment, and was finally forced to go to the operating room for a long rehabilitation that spanned about five months. Now after one season out, the 34-year-old is returning to the ex.
Gil Cooper, the club’s general manager, added: “We are very pleased with Ohayon’s signing and the significant addition of power both at the professional level and at the level of personality he gives to the team. Ohayon looks great in training and I am convinced that he will upgrade the team significantly “