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Full name  Kevin McGowne
1992–1996  St Johnstone
Playing position  Defender
1991–1992  St Mirren
Height  1.83 m
Years  Team
Role  Footballer
Name  Kevin McGowne


Date of birth  (1969-12-16) 16 December 1969 (age 45)

Place of birth  Kilmarnock, Scotland

Kevin McGowne (born 16 December 1969 in Kilmarnock) is a Scottish former professional footballer.

McGowne was a defender who began his career at St Mirren in 1991. He joined St Johnstone in 1992 and spent four seasons with the Perth club before being signed by Kilmarnock by Alex Totten.

He spent six years with Kilmarnock and helped them lift the 1997 Scottish Cup after beating Falkirk in the final. Dundee United was his next destination in 2001 but he spent just one season at Tannadice, making 12 league appearances.

He had a short spell with Partick Thistle in 2003 before re-joining St Mirren the same year. He helped St Mirren return to the Scottish Premier League by winning promotion in 2005–06.

McGowne left St Mirren in July 2007 after helping the club retain their SPL status in 2006–07. He joined Montrose, where he was also assistant manager to Jim Weir. McGowne was sacked by Montrose in October 2008.

He followed Weir to Arbroath as assistant manager for the 2009-2010 season, and then in May 2010 to Brechin City.

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