Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 45. Chapters: Abbas Suan, Abed Rabah, Adrian Pitu, Ahmed Kasoum, Alain Masudi, Allah Abu Saleh, Arafat Djako, Bernard Dong Bortey, Bogdan Apostu, Carlos Eduardo Castro da Silva, Cristian D?n?lache, Danail Mitev, Dario Zahora, Darko Djuki?, Darko Drini?, Dekel Keinan, Dionísio Fernandes Mendes, Edith Agoye, Eitan Azaria, Energy Murambadoro, Eric Gawu, Ernest Etchi, Gabriel Lima, Goran Milanko, Hamad Ganayem, Hamudi Brick, Hussam Abu Saleh, Ibrahim Basit, Idan Weitzman, Islam Cana'an, Iuri Gabiskiria, Jair Céspedes, Jhon Culma, Joël Damahou, Kémoko Camara, Kostadin Hazurov, Leandro Simioni, Leonard Krupnik, Lior Asulin, Liran Cohen, Liron Vilner, Liron Zarko, Maharan Radi, Mahran Abu Raiya, Maicon Santos, Maor Buzaglo, Meir Cohen, Mor Maman, Nastja ?eh, Nikola Valenti?, Nsumbu Mazuwa, Oded Elkayam, Ohad Kadousi, Oren Muharer, Ori Shitrit, Oshri Gita, Pascal Kondaponi, Paty Yeye Lenkebe, Rafi Cohen (footballer), Remigiusz Jezierski, Robertas Poškus, Sagi Strauss, Samed Abdul Awudu, Scott Sealy, Shlomi Edri, Shuki Nagar, Tal Hen, Tomer Eliyahu, Yaniv Abargil, Yaniv Ben-Nissan, Yeghia Yavruyan, Yehiel Tzagai, Yevgeny Zhuk, Yohai Aharoni, ?or?ije ?etkovi?, ?ukasz Surma. Excerpt: Dekel Keinan (Hebrew: ; born 15 September 1984) is an Israeli footballer who plays as a central defender for Maccabi Haifa. Keinan has previously played for Bnei Sakhnin, Maccabi Netanya, Blackpool, Cardiff City, Crystal Palace and Bristol City. He has played for Israel at under-19, under-21 and full levels. Keinan started his career with the Maccabi Haifa youth team. He made his first team debut in the 2002-03 season, making seven appearances. On 6 November 2003 he made his European debut in the second round of the 2003-04 UEFA Cup, a 0-0 draw with La Liga side Valencia. In the 2004-05 season, he went on loan to fellow Israeli Premier League side Bnei Sakhnin, making 23 appearances and scoring five goals. The following season he joined Maccabi Netanya on loan, making 21 appearances and scoring two goals. His first goal for Maccabi Haifa came in the 2007-08 Israeli Premier League season, a 3-0 win over Bnei Yehuda at the Bloomfield Stadium on 10 November 2007. In the 2009-10 season he made eleven appearances in Maccabi Haifa's UEFA Champions League campaign as they reached the group stages. On 12 July 2010 it was reported that Keinan had agreed a one-year contract with recently promoted Premier League club Blackpool, and that subject to a medical, he would join on a free transfer two days later. Blackpool chairman, Karl Oyston confirmed that the club had held discussions with Keinan and were hopeful of signing him, after a medical on 15 July. Five days later it was revealed that Keinan had passed the medical and that he was waiting on a work permit before he could link-up with the Blackpool squad in Devon where they were competing in the pre-season South West Challenge Cup tournament. On 23 July, Blackpool manager Ian Holloway confirmed that Keinan was about to sign, after finally being granted a work permit, saying, "Dekel has got to fly to Tel Aviv to get his passport done. And he's got to do an English test, which he'll pass and I would fail. I think he's a qual
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