Alan Gow

Alan Gow

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Alan Gow

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Alan Gow (born 9 October 1982 in Clydebank) is a Scottish footballer who is currently a free agent. He can play as either a striker or an attacking midfielder.

Gow started his senior career with his hometown club Clydebank, but moved to Airdrie United in 2002 after Clydebank went out of business. Gow then moved to Scottish Premier League club Falkirk in 2005, and his performances there earned him a transfer to Rangers. Gow failed to break into the Rangers first team, however, and after loan spells with Blackpool and Norwich City, Gow moved to Football League Championship club Plymouth Argyle. Gow fell out of favour at Plymouth after a managerial change; he was loaned to Hibernian and was then released from his contract during the 2010 close season. Gow then played for Motherwell, but left the club to join Notts County after his contract expired in January 2011.

Club career

Early career

Born in Clydebank, Gow started his career at Yoker boys club before joining Clydebank, his hometown club. He joined Airdrie United on 30 August 2002, as Airdrie took Clydebank's place in the Scottish Football League. Gow remained with Airdrie for three years, helping them to win the Scottish Second Division championship in 2004. Gow played 98 matches and scored 33 goals for the Diamonds.


Gow joined Falkirk in June 2005, following their promotion to the......
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