Lior Asulin is an up-and-coming forward with an undeniable knack for goal scoring. He was courted by several soccer teams at the beginning of the 2002-03 season, including Betar Jerusalem, but he signed with Maccabi Petah Tikva. Asulin played his debut season for Maccabi Herzelyia in the top division during the 1999-2000 season. That season, he deputized for legendary Hungarian forward Istvan Shalloi and made four goals. Herzelyia that year, however, had a disappointing season and was relegated at the season's end. During the 2000-01 campaign, Lior established himself as a starter in the second division. He set the league on fire in 2001-02, scoring 28 goals to lead the division in scoring and nearly carrying himself to promotion.
Though Lior had an unsteady start in the top division in 2002-03, he soon improved and scored 11 goals and added four assists in an incredible rookie year. Petah Tikva finished sixth due to Lior's predatory instincts. Lior signed to play for Arab side B'nei Sahnin in the 2003-04 season.
Source: Jews in Sports