Former Gżira United player joined Haverfordwest AFC in the summer transfer window
Luke Tabone’s spell in Welsh football is off to a good start after impressing in his latest performance for Haverfordwest AFC.
The Malta defender, now club captain at Haverfordwest AFC, was named Player of the Match as his team defeated Colwyn Bay 2-1 in last weekend’s top-flight match – their first win of the season.
Tabone, who moved to Wales during the summer transfer window for a reportedly club-record fee of €8,000, was eventually listed in the league’s team of the week formation as well.
The former Gżira United player has already made five appearances for his club as they collected six points so far.
Next weekend, Haverfordwest are at home to Newton in their sixth outing of the season.
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