$400 for a soccer card

October 4, 2010 by Henry Benjamin
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Ebay is auctioning a 1963 Scanlens soccer card of 1960s Hakoah superstar Rafi Levy with the opening bid set at $399.

Rafi Levy

Rafi Levy is an Israeli soccer player born in 1938 and who retired from the game in 1972.

The diminutive centre-forward was brought out to Australia by Sydney’s Hakoah Club in the early 1960s together with Gerry Chaldi who went on to become the clubs coach.

Levy had a highly successful career at Maccabi Tel Aviv before moving to Sydney. He played 17 times for Israel and was a member of the Maccabi T-A squad which twice won the national championships with Levy personally twice winning Israel’s top scorer of the year award.

Following Levy’s retirement, he wrote an autobiographical best-selling children’s book “Kick Alon Kick” under the pen name Shraga Gafni.


2 Responses to “$400 for a soccer card”
  1. David Levy says:

    I came across this article and was curious when and where (which county’s ebay site) this card was selling on? Rafi Levy is my uncle and I’m curious.


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