Sheran Yeini will remain a Maccabi Tel Aviv player for at least the 2023/24 season after the captain who last season made his 544th appearance, signed a contract extension with an option to extend by another year.

The 36-year-old captain who won over the years at Maccabi 14 trophies: 5 Championships, 2 State Cups, 5 Toto Cups and 2 Super Cups, said after extending his contract: “ I am delighted and proud to continue being part of the most decorated club in Israel, Maccabi Tel Aviv – my home. I am hungry to achieve things and know that so are our fans. There is a lot of hard work before us, and I expect to begin preparations for the forthcoming season. I hope to contribute from my experience to the younger generation, and lead a team full of courage passion and commitment to give our amazing set of fans an exciting and good season”.

Maccabi’s CEO, Ben Mansford, added: We are pleased that Sheran is continuing to extend his story with Maccabi. Sheran knows what it means to be Maccabist and knows that knowledge is invaluable as we look to win titles again. What is refreshing is Sheran’s continued desire to improve as a player and person and that desire is what has kept him at the top for so long. Let’s go Skipper”.

Yeini is ranked 2nd in the all-time club appearance record, also leads the list of players with 82 international appearances in European competitions.