How has Paddy McCourt been since leaving Luton Town?
Born in Northern Ireland, Paddy McCourt joined local club Foyle Harps, before joining Rochdale on a youth contract in 2000.
Progressing through the ranks of the club then in England’s Fourth Division, the exciting winger made his debut in October 2001.
After playing just under 100 games for Rochdale, McCourt scored eight times during his time in Scotland, moving to Shamrock Rovers in 2005.
After less than a year with the Irish club, McCourt scored seven times in 17 appearances, but then returned to Northern Ireland.
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During an extremely impressive three-year spell with Derry City, McCourt garnered a lot of interest in 2008, with the Northern Irish club making deals with newly promoted Premier League club West Brom and Scottish giants Celtic.
Opting for the latter, the winger has scored ten times and assisted nine more in 88 games for Celtic, ending his five-year stay in Scotland by joining Barnsley in the league.
McCourt has scored twice for the Tykes in 23 league appearances, with one of those goals against Middlesbrough, and which was nominated for the Goal of the Season as part of the Football League Awards.
The Northern Ireland international then joined Luton Town on a two-year contract in the summer of 2015, making 25 appearances for The Hatters in the 2015/16 campaign, as they finished 11th in the League Two table. .
However, McCourt was later released from his contract with Luton a year earlier, at the end of his first season with the club.
Following his departure from Kenilworth Road, McCourt returned to Northern Ireland after a short stint with The Hatters, McCourt joined Glenavon in 2016, scoring once in 12 games.
The final spell of his playing career then came with Finn Harps, where he scored five times in 48 games between 2017 and 2018, ending his career helping the club reclaim their promotion to the Irish top flight.
McCourt is now the technical director of his home club, Derry City, which is currently fourth in the Irish Premier League.