|Birth|| November 11 , 1946 |
Palma de Mallorca ( Spain )
|Death||June 5 , 2021 (74 years)|
|Equipment||Real Club Deportivo Mallorca and Real Club Celta de Vigo|
He began his sporting career in the lower categories of CD Atlético Baleares where he trained. Years later he played in the first team. After playing as a defender for the Balearic team for several seasons, he was signed by Real Club Celta de Vigo in 1968. With the blue team he made his debut in the Second Division , playing eight games and achieving promotion to the First Division together with the rest of the team . [ 2 ] Celta was runner-up in the league and the team with the fewest goals in the entire championship. [ 3 ]
In 1969 he played for the first time in the First Division, at the Atocha stadium , in a match against Real Sociedad de San Sebastián , in which the San Sebastian won (2-1). Under the orders of the Spanish-Argentine coach Roque Olsen he played a total of eleven games in the honor division. [ 4 ]
In 1970, he landed at RCD Mallorca thanks to a barter between the Vigo team with the Majorcan, for which Taberner played for the Balearic team, and the players Pedro Gost and Pedro Robles for the Galician team. Taberner retired from professional soccer in 1975 after having played five seasons in the Second Division, playing 128 games and scoring one goal. [ 4 ]
|RC Celta de Vigo||Spain||1968-1970|
|R. C. D. Mallorca||Spain||1970-1975|
- Pedro Taberner
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- Drafting (June 6, 2021). "Pedro Taberner, former player for Mallorca, Celta and the Balearic Islands, passes away . " El Periódico (Palma de Mallorca) . Retrieved June 6, 2021 .
- Román, Carlos (June 5, 2021). "Pedro Taberner, former Atlético Baleares and Mallorca footballer, dies" . Last Hour (Palma de Mallorca) . Retrieved June 6, 2021 .