Amir Nusbaum in an Israeli left-back, born on 9 October 1980.
In 1998 the footballer signed a contract with his first club FC Hapoel Rishon LeZion. There he managed to develop his football skills and establish himself as a professional footballer. The club represented the highest Israeli football division, so the player had no chance to get some first-team football. After spending three years with the reserve squad, Amir was loaned to the lower division club FC Beitar Shimshon Tel Aviv, currently known as Beitar Tel Aviv Ramla. There he played from 2001 to 2002. Later he had a brief loan spell with FC Kiryat Gat, which ended in May 2003.
The next four seasons Amir spent with his home club FC Hapoel Rishon LeZion.
In 2006 the footballer was transferred to another Israeli Premier League club FC Kiryat Shmona. There he needed just one season, to establish himself as a regular first-team member. Altogether he spent 4 seasons with the Kiryat Shmona side, scoring his first competitive goal on the way. He also helped the side to lift the Liga Leumit trophy at the end of 2009/2010 campaign.
In 2010 Nusbaum was transferred to FC Ironi Nir Ramat HaSharon and helped his new club to gain the Israeli Premier League promotion during his very first season with the Ramat HaSharon side, establishing himself as an indispensable first-team member.
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