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Paul McGowan

Position(S)

midfield
Date Of Birth:
07/10/1987 (Age 37)
Sponsor:
Previous Clubs:
Celtic, St Mirren, Dundee and Cove Rangers

Career:

Central Midfielder Paul joins the club after spending last season with William Hill League One rivals Cove Rangers.

The midfielder brings a wealth of experience after initially starting his career at Celtic. Following a loan spell at St Mirren he then joined the club permanently and during this time he won the Scottish League Cup.

He then joined Dundee in June 2014 and became a mainstay and a key player for the side throughout his 9-year tenure there, making over 300 appearances for the Dark Blues. He joined Dunfermline Athletic on loan in 2023 and won both the Scottish Championship and the Scottish League One in the same season. After leaving Dundee he then spent a season with Cove Rangers.

Seasons Stats:

Goals:1
Yellow cards:0
Red cards:0
Total appearances:2
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