Daniel Tenenbaum will continue at Maccabi Tel Aviv for the next two years after successfully completing his medical and putting pen to paper, today (Monday), on his contract until the end of the 2022/23 season.
The 26-year-old keeper who made a total of 101 appearances in all competitions during which he kept 59 clean-sheets and contributed with 2 assists, told the clubs’ official website: “I am delighted to have signed a new deal and stay at Maccabi to continue writing my own history at the place that is a home to me”.
Tenenbaum, who joined Maccabi from Brazilian giants Flamengo in the summer of 2016, was part of the EUROPA League campaign in his first season.
He made his debut in July 2017 at a Toto Cup match against Bnei Yehuda. At the end of that season, the keeper who emigrated to Israel and completed his military service in the IDF was part of the team that won the League Championship and Toto Cup (18/19).
The following season Tenenbaum became Maccabi’s first choice keeper and set a new Israeli record without conceding a goal 1272 minutes (13 goals) at the end of which won another league title (19/20).
In European competitions Tenenbaum made 13 appearances and played a central role in the team’s qualification to the EUROPA League Round of 32 – at a season that culminated with 3 more titles.
Overall Tenenbaum won at Maccabi 8 titles: 2 League Championships (18/19 and 19/20), a State Cup (20/21), 3 Toto Cups (17/18, 18/19 and 20/21) as well as 2 Super Cups (19/20 and 20/21).