Do You Remember his first goals with the Blue shirt?

Tuesday, June 12, 2012, 14:11

b Joshua Cacciattolo

Do you remember when Michael Mifsud scored his first goals with the famous blue shirt?

A product of Sliema Wanderers, Mifsud made his debut during the 1997–98 season. In his first season, Mifsud made six appearances and scored once, helping Sliema Wanderers to a 3rd-place finish in the Maltese Premier League.

The 1998–99 season saw Mifsud make the breakthrough and become a first-team regular. Mifsud was quickly becoming one of the hottest properties in Maltese football. He made 23 appearances and scored eight goals, as Sliema Wanderers again recorded a 3rd-place finish in the Maltese Premier League.

Mifsud’s form the previous season led to a trial with English giants Manchester United in July 1999. However, the trial did not led to a permanent move and Mifsud returned to Sliema Wanderers for the 1999–2000 season. The failure to secure the move to Manchester United did not affect Mifsud, who was in fine goalscoring form for Sliema Wanderers, netting 21 times in 28 outings. The club finished in 4th position in the Maltese Premier League that season.

With interest in Mifsud growing, the 2000–01 season proved to be his last with the club. Mifsud helped the club to a 2nd-place finish in the Maltese Premier League, making 25 appearances and scoring an impressive 20 goals.

He re-signed for Sliema Wanderers for the remainder of the 2004–05 season. Mifsud went on to make 12 appearances and score eight goals, helping Sliema Wanderers to retain the Maltese Premier League title.

Note: Michael Mifsud now is a Valletta player, In the coming days the portal will also upload all Michael Mifsud goals scored with Valletta.


  1. jean says:

    la tkun fiz zifna tella ic celebrazzjonijiet tal belt tar rebh tal kampjonat u artiklu kontra l furjana ukoll ax ekk biss tafu tamlu dis site


  2. qormikburi says:

    u ta ma hal qormi le _ ??


    Sportinmalta Reply:

    Ok naghmilhom mela flimkien ma ta Valletta la ikun fi ziffa. tislijiet, Joshua Cacciattolo


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