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TEL.

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Aviv Avraham (Hebrew: אביב אברהם‎; born March 30, 1996) is an Israeli footballer who plays as a midfielder for Maccabi Netanya.

Avraham was born in Afula, Israel, to a Jewish family form Ethiopia.

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