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Gavin Cowan
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Gavin Cowan arrived at Aggborough on the eve of the 2006-07 season on loan from near neighbours Shrewsbury Town.

The tall un-compromising defender has a wealth of experience in Non-League football having had spells at Braintree, Canvey and Nuneaton before joining up with Shrewsbury.

He was bought in for an initial one month period with a view to a longer spell if he did ok but he never did.

His time here was probably ruined in his first game for us, the opening game of the season against newly promoted St Albans.    He had a shocker of a debut and then some idiot sponsor in the Aggborough Suite gave him the Man of the Match award.

The laughter from some fans around the ground was embarrassing for both Gavin and most true Harriers fans.    He was never the same after that and returned to Shrewsbury a month later but to be honest his game was naturally strewn with basic defending errors and he was never going to stay here.

He has since joined Grays Athletic on a two year contract.

FACTFILE:
Born: Hanover, Germany 24-05-1981 Height: 6ft 4ins Weight: 14st 4lbs Position: Defender


Club
Date
Fee
Apps
Goals
Braintree
01-08-01 : 01-08-03
Trainee
No data
No data
Canvey Island
01-08-03 : 22-03-05
Free
57
3
Nuneaton
21-12-04 : 21-03-05
Loan
13
1
Shrewsbury
22-03-05 : 02-01-07
£5,000
30
1
Harriers
10-08-06 : 12-09-06
Loan
5
0
Grays Athletic
02-01-07 : 31-05-07
Free
8
0
Nuneaton
19-03-07 : 05-05-07
Loan
8
2
AFC Telford
01-08-07 : 31-01-10
Signed
65
2
Nuneaton
21-12-07 : 11-05-15
Loan/Signed
172
11
Solihull Moors
11-05-15 :
Signed
8
2




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