Linhart, a native of Israel, led his high school and Hapoel Tel Aviv club teams in scoring. As a professional, Linhart won two Israeli National Championships with Hapoel Tel Aviv. He was the top scorer of the European Cup – lntertoto – and played against some of the top professional teams in the world. Linhart also played three years in the U.S. for George Mason University and led the team in scoring each season. In 1992 he led the nation in scoring. His collegiate career accolades include All American, All South Atlantic, All CAA and CAA Player of the Year, Virginia Player of the Year and Soccer America MVP. While at George Mason, he made the Athletic Honor Roll and the Dean’s List. Linhart played professionally for the Washington Warthogs Indoor Soccer Team. He is founder of the ‘Tamir Linhart Soccer Training, LLC, “a soccer training corporation that trains and coaches over 2000 players annually.