Don Cowie (footballer)

Don Cowie (Footballer)

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Don Cowie (footballer)

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Don Cowie (born 15 February 1983 in Inverness) is a Scottish professional footballer who is currently playing his club football for the Football League Championship club Cardiff City. He started his career in the Scottish football league system, playing for Ross County and Inverness Caledonian Thistle. In 2009, Cowie made three international appearances for the Scotland national football team under the management of George Burley and Craig Levein, in friendly matches against Japan, Wales and Brazil.

Career

Cowie came up through Ross County's youth system and went on to captain the club. His father was also a footballer for Ross County. On 30 January 2007, he signed a pre-contract agreement with Highland derby rivals Inverness and officially joined them on 1 July 2007.

Cowie's first season at the club proved fruitful as he abided so quickly to the Scottish Premier League (SPL). He scored his first goal for the club in a 2–1 defeat away to St. Mirren. During Caley Thistle's poor start to the season Cowie proved to be an inspirational figure in the starting eleven. One of his best moments of the season came when he scored the third, and winning goal in Caley Thistle's 3–2 win over Celtic, as well as a stunning 20 yard volley in a win over Kilmarnock. He finished the season as Inverness' top scorer with nine goals and was voted Player of the Year in Caley Thistle's match program.

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He was set to join Championship club Watford over the...
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