Owen Garvan

    • Position: Midfielder
    • Number: 6
    • Age: 33

    Garvan began his career with Home Farm as a schoolboy. He earned a move to England with Ipswich Town in 2004, where he helped his side to the FA Youth Cup Final in 2005.

    He made his professional debut in the 2005-06 season and went on to make over 170 appearances for the club. After falling out of favour under Ipswich manager Roy Keane, Garvan moved to Crystal Palace in 2010.

    Garvan was a member of the Crystal Palace side that earned promotion to the Premier League in 2013 following a 1-0 win over Watford in the play-off final.

    He made a handful of Premier League appearances, but was eventually loaned out to Millwall during the same season, and then Bolton Wanderers the following season.

    When his contract expired in 2015 after five years with Palace, he joined League One club Colchester United in August 2015. He made 50 league appearances for Colchester before leaving in April 2017.

    Garvan has represented Republic of Ireland at under-15, under-17, under-19 and under-21 levels. He scored four goals in 15 under-21 appearances between 2007 and 2010.

    Garvan left the club in June 2018.


    Previous Clubs: St Patrick's Athletic (2017-2018), Colchester United (2015-2017), Crystal Palace (2010-2015), Ipswich Town (2005-2010)

    Statistics (All Time)

    21

    Games

    1679

    Minutes

    0

    Goals

    6

    Yellow

    1

    Red

    DateCompetitionHome TeamAway Team
    April, 16th 2018LeagueSt Patrick's Athletic1Waterford0REPORT
    April, 13th 2018LeagueCork City1St Patrick's Athletic0REPORT
    April, 6th 2018LeagueSt Patrick's Athletic5Bray Wanderers0REPORT
    March, 30th 2018LeagueDerry City2St Patrick's Athletic1REPORT
    March, 16th 2018LeagueShamrock Rovers1St Patrick's Athletic0REPORT
    March, 12th 2018LeagueSt Patrick's Athletic0Dundalk0REPORT
    March, 9th 2018LeagueBohemians0St Patrick's Athletic1REPORT
    February, 26th 2018LeagueWaterford2St Patrick's Athletic0REPORT
    February, 23rd 2018LeagueBray Wanderers1St Patrick's Athletic2REPORT
    February, 16th 2018LeagueSt Patrick's Athletic2Cork City3REPORT
    February, 4th 2018Leinster Senior CupBray Wanderers1St Patrick's Athletic3REPORT
    October, 20th 2017LeagueSt Patrick's Athletic4Cork City2REPORT
    October, 13th 2017LeagueGalway United1St Patrick's Athletic1REPORT
    October, 7th 2017LeagueSt Patrick's Athletic2Limerick2REPORT
    September, 25th 2017LeagueSt Patrick's Athletic2Shamrock Rovers0REPORT
    September, 22nd 2017LeagueBohemians3St Patrick's Athletic2REPORT
    September, 1st 2017LeagueDundalk6St Patrick's Athletic0REPORT
    August, 18th 2017LeagueSt Patrick's Athletic4Finn Harps0REPORT
    August, 13th 2017FAI CupPortmarnock0St Patrick's Athletic2REPORT
    August, 5th 2017LeagueSligo Rovers1St Patrick's Athletic1REPORT
    July, 9th 2017LeagueCork City1St Patrick's Athletic0REPORT
    DateCompetitionHome TeamAway Team
    DateCompetitionHome TeamAway Team
    March, 12th 2018LeagueSt Patrick's Athletic0Dundalk0REPORT
    February, 26th 2018LeagueWaterford2St Patrick's Athletic0REPORT
    February, 23rd 2018LeagueBray Wanderers1St Patrick's Athletic2REPORT
    September, 25th 2017LeagueSt Patrick's Athletic2Shamrock Rovers0REPORT
    September, 1st 2017LeagueDundalk6St Patrick's Athletic0REPORT
    July, 9th 2017LeagueCork City1St Patrick's Athletic0REPORT
    DateCompetitionHome TeamAway Team
    July, 9th 2017LeagueCork City1St Patrick's Athletic0REPORT

    05/07/2017Garvan Looks For Fresh Start After Misery Of Final UK Days
    03/07/2017Buckley Looks To Garvan To Improve Saints

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