Eyal Golasa

The gifted midfielder began his career at Beitar Tubruk and made his senior team debut for Maccabi Haifa in 2008.

Following a number of championships and playing in the Champions League group stages with Haifa, Golasa signed with PAOK Salonika, a team with a very rich history in Greece.

In his first season with the team, Golasa made 24 appearances for the Greek outfit while starting in 14 games during a difficult period of time where also suffered from injuries. However, despite his performance on the pitch, Golasa was unable to score a goal or pick up an assist leading Croatian Head Coach Igor Tudor to ask the Israeli to begin the season with the reserve side.

Even though Golasa was disappointed, he began training with the reserve team in all seriousness, commitment and investing of himself to prove to his Croatian coach that he belonged with the first team. A little over a month later, Golasa was called up and returned the coach’s faith in him by helping defeat Panthrakikos 2:0 earning Tudor’s confidence.

After two seasons and 50 appearances with Salonika, Eyal Golasa came back to Israel to wear the Yellow & Blue. In 2016/17, his first in Yellow & Blue Golasa scored 2 goals and recorded one assist. One of the goals came at AZ Alkmaar during the Europa League Group Stages that helped Maccabi to an important win. Golasa went on to make 33 appearances across all competitions.

The 2017/18 season saw Golasa play a central role in helping the Club advance to the Europa League Group Stages, however, the midfielder suffered an injury in August that kept him off of the pitch for 3 months. Despite the time away, #23 made 32 appearances across all competitions (20 league) and assisted on four goals.