Matt Tubbs was announced as a Forest Green Rovers signing in July 2016 when the experienced striker agreed a one-year deal with the club.
The highly thought of attacker had been part of the set-up at Portsmouth in League Two where he had continued his marvellous goal scoring record in the Football League.
From an early point in his career he hit the headlines in non-league football at Salisbury City. An exceptional goal scoring record for the Whites saw him turn out over 200 times for the club, registering a century of goals.
His goal scoring talents saw him secure a move to ambitious Crawley Town, who he helped into the Football League, before being snapped up AFC Bournemouth for a fee of £800,000.
He was a part of the Bournemouth squad that notably rose through the divisions of English football, but he also spent time out on loan with the likes of Rotherham United, a return to Crawley, and AFC Wimbledon, where his goals at League Two level saw him earn a move to Pompey in January 2015.
In February 2016, he moved back into the fifth tier when he joined Eastleigh on loan, ending the season with the Spitfires.
After scoring two goals in the first month of the season for FGR, he joined Woking on loan in October 2016.
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