McGovern agrees Falkirk stay

Falkirk goalkeeper Michael McGovern has agreed a new deal at the Scottish First Division club.

Last Updated: 25/06/13 at 09:32 Post Comment

Michael McGovern: Agreed a new deal to stay at Falkirk

Michael McGovern: Agreed a new deal to stay at Falkirk

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Northern Ireland international McGovern is to sign a one-year extension with the Bairns.

Falkirk boss Gary Holt was delighted to secure the 28-year-old on a new contract after impressing at Falkirk Stadium for the past two seasons.

"Michael has agreed to sign and that's a boost for me," Holt told the Daily Record. "I'm delighted, it's why I've made a lot of positives noises about him.

"It's also good for the club and the fans that Michael wants to stay and be a part of something that we're going to try to build here."

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