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Abbas Suan عباس صوان עבאס סואן Personal information Date of birth January 27, 1976 (1976-01-27) (age 34) Place of birth    Sakhnin,, Israel Playing position Midfielder Club information Current club Bnei Sakhnin Number 8 Youth career 1993–94 Hapoel Sakhnin Senior career1 Years Club App (Gls)* 1994-1996 1996-2006 2006-2007 2007-2009 2009-present Hapoel Sakhnin Bnei Sakhnin Maccabi Haifa Ironi Kiryat Shmona Bnei Sakhnin - (-) 289 (36) 15 (1) 43 (3) 31 (0)    National team2 2004-2006 Israel 12 (1) 1 Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 18 May 2010. 2 National team caps and goals correct as of 16 June 2007. * Appearances (Goals) Abbas Suan (sometimes spelled Suwan or Swan) (Arabic: عباس صوان‎, Hebrew: עבאס סואן‎, born January 27, 1976) is an Arab-Israeli footballer born in the Arab city of Sakhnin in the Galilee. He is considered by many as the best Arab-Israeli player. He became a national hero in 2006 for scoring the game-tying goal in the 90th minute of a World Cup qualifying match against Ireland. However, he refuses to sing during the playing of Hatikva before a game, since it is focused on exclusively on the Jewish people's desire to return to their homeland. In 2006, Suan signed a two year contract with Maccabi Haifa but later moved to Premier League newcomers Ironi Kiryat Shmona. He recently returned to play for his original club Bnei Sakhnin. On August 29, 2005 Suan was featured in an exposé in Sports Illustrated by Grant Wahl into the minorities that play on the Israel national football team. Suan has been the target of racism at football matches in Israel. During a match between Bnei Sakhnin and Betar Jerusalem, Betar fans waved a giant banner saying "Suan, you don't represent us", and shouted, “We hate all Arabs.” [1] Suan is also a featured subject of the documentary film "After The Cup:Sons of Sakhnin United"[2] which chronicled the team and Suan's life after winning the Israeli national cup, and his . [3] Aside from his club contract, he has many endorsement deals. Suan currently is the spokesperson for Subaru motor vehicles in Israel. References v • d • e Bnei Sakhnin F.C. – current squad 1 Cohen · 3 Hen · 5 Khalaila · 6 Lenkebe · 7 Zbedat · 8 Suan · 9 Kasoum · 10 Čeh‎ · 12 B. Ganayem · 14 Banoon · 15 Khalaila · 17 H. Ganayem · 20 Cadu · 22 Kannadil · 23 Abu Arar · 24 Mo. Abu Raiya · 25 I. Abu Saleh · 27 Ma. Abu Raiya · 38 A. Abu Saleh · -- Cherif · -- Ćetković · Manager: Drapić ^ http://www.time.com/time/europe/hero2005/suan.html ^ After The Cup: Sons of Sakhnin United official website ^ film bio from After The Cup: Sons of Sakhnin United official film website Persondata Name Suan, Abbas Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1976-01-27 Place of birth Sakhnin,, Israel Date of death Place of death