Michael McGovern Net Worth
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$52’000’000. *This information was provided by Dietrich Tetrick, 35 years old. From Carter, Montana
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How Tall is Michael McGovern?
How Much Weight Does Michael McGovern?
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1,61m.**This information was provided by Lenna, 52 years old. From Cogan Station, Pennsylvania.
1,72m.***This information was provided by Norrie Driks, 41 years old. From Sanford, North Carolina.
How big is Michael McGovern weight?
85kg.**This information was provided by Traver, 26 years old. Job: (Value Engineer). From Thatcher, Idaho.
65kg.***This information was provided by Mellisa, 40 years old. Job: (Roller Maker). From Springs, Pennsylvania.
Michael McGovern information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1984-07-12
The place of birth (POB): Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
Michael McGovern (born 12 July 1984) is a Northern Ireland footballer currently playing for Scottish Premiership club Hamilton as a goalkeeper. He has previously spent time at Ross County and Falkirk.Born in Enniskillen, McGovern started his career with Scottish Premier League club Celtic in 2001 but left in 2008 without making a first team appearance. He joined Second Division side Stranraer on loan in January 2005, then in 2006 went to First Division side St. Johnstone on an emergency loan. After leaving Celtic he joined fellow SPL side Dundee United but left after one season having not made a first team appearance. In 2009 he went back to the First Division with Ross County, where he enjoyed a successful two-year spell. In 2011 he moved again on a free transfer to fellow First Division side Falkirk.He was an unused substitute in both the 2004 Scottish Cup Final and 2007 Scottish Cup Final, which earned him two winners medals with Celtic. He helped Ross County to the 2010 Scottish Cup Final which they lost against his former team Dundee United.He is a Northern Ireland international, having been capped once.