Former Hearts of Oak midfielder Thomas Abbey scored his debut goal for PKNP FC in their 1-1 draw against Felda United FC in the Malaysia Super League on Sunday, February 10.
Abbey registered his maiden goal for the Malaysian side with a quality finish at the Tun Abdul Razak stadium.
Felda United FC, however, equalised after the halftime break to earn a draw in the exciting encounter.
Abbey has made four appearances and scored once for PKNP FC so far in the ongoing 2018/10 season.
The 25-year-old joined the Malaysian club and became the second Ghanaian footballer to join the club after Alfred Okai Quaye, formerly of Berekum Chelsea.
The former Hearts of Oak captain was an integral member of the Black Stars 'B' squad that won the 2017 WAFU Cup.
Abbey began his career at Soccer Intellectuals from 2000-2005. In the 2010/11 season, he joined Hearts of Oak from divisional club Windy Professionals.
In 2018, Abbey ended his six years stay at Hearts of Oak and signed a two-year contract with Egyptian club Ismaily SC, however, his contract with the club was terminated on August 1, 2018, after reaching a mutual agreement.
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