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David "Davie" Provan (born 8 May 1956 in Gourock, Scotland) is a former Scottish footballer.


Club career

During his career he played for Kilmarnock and Celtic. During his Celtic career he was lightheartedly referred to as a "currant bun", by other Celtic players. Provan thought this was good natured though.[1]

International career

He earned ten caps and scored one goal for the Scotland national football team and was a non-playing member of Scotland's 1982 World Cup squad.

Media work

Since his retirement he has worked in the Scottish sporting media, as a pundit for Sky Sports.

He is also a columnist for the News of the World. He is also a regular on the Glasgow based radio station Radio Clyde and its weekend football programme Super Scoreboard.

Personal life

Provan grew up supporting Rangers.

His wife's name is Fiona and he has two daughters: Kelly and Anna.


  1. ^ Rangers Book Sparks Bias Debate Daily Record, 12 October 2007

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