Tel Aviv, Abu Dhabi, or maybe Sydney? Hemed’s “hint”

ONE System | 02/11/2020 06:47

Tomer Hemed (Shahar Gross)

Tomer Hemed (Shahar Gross)

One of the intriguing questions that still remains open these days is where will striker Tomer Hemed play this season? The player, who is in England, has not yet signed with a new team and during the night (Sunday to Monday) uploaded a “story” to his Instagram account, which implies that he is debating a number of possible goals, perhaps in preparation for a decision on the issue.

In Hemed’s story, the hours could be seen in the various destinations, with London (where he now lives), New York, Beijing, Sydney, Abu Dhabi and Tel Aviv among the places. As you may recall, a few days ago it was announced in Australia that Hemed is a candidate for one of the teams in this league, when it comes to a team that originates in New Zealand and is the only New Zealander to play in the Australian league.

Tomer Hemed's History (Instagram)

Hemed, 33, ended his contract with Charlton last August and has been without a team for three months. He has been playing overseas since 2011, when he left Maccabi Haifa for Spanish side Mallorca. During his long career he has traveled between a number of teams including Almeria, Brighton, Queens Park Rangers and Charlton which was his last stop in England.

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