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Niall Quinn

Postby The GFP » May 19th, 2012, 7:41 pm

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Full Name : Niall John Quinn (MBE)
Date Of Birth : 6th October 1966
Place Of Birth : Perrystown, Dublin, Ireland
Height : 6ft 4" (1.93m)
Weight : 13st 10lbs (87kg)
Position : Forward
Foot : Right
Testimonial : 14th May 2002 - Sunderland 0-3 Republic Of Ireland (Attendance : 35,702)
Autobiography (2002) : Head First - The Autobiography (ISBN : 0755310446)

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Career Summary
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Arsenal Games : 94
Arsenal Goals : 20
Arsenal Debut : 14th December 1985 - Arsenal 2-0 Liverpool (Division 1)
Last Arsenal Game : 6th January 1990 - Stoke City 0-1 Arsenal (FA Cup)
International : Republic Of Ireland - 92 Games & 21 Goals
Republic Of Ireland B - 1 Game & 2 Goals
Republic Of Ireland U23 - 1 Game & 1 Goal
Republic Of Ireland U21 - 5 Games & 0 Goals

Manortown Utd (Ireland)
Fulham (Trial)
1983 (Jun) : Joined Arsenal as an Apprentice
1990 (Mar) : Sold to Manchester City (£700k)
1996 (Aug) : Sold to Sunderland (£1.3m)
2003 (Jun) : Released by Sunderland
2003 (Jun) : Retired
2006 (Mar) : Signed for BEC Tero Sasana (Thailand)
2006 (Mar) : Retired

Coaching Career
2006 (Jul) : Hired as Sunderland Manager
2006 (Aug) : Left as Sunderland Manager (Sunderland Manager For 6 Games)

Later Football Career
2006 (Jul) : Hired as Sunderland Chairman
2012 (Feb) : Left as Sunderland Chairman

Non Football Career
2010 : Became patron of the 'Sir Bobby Robson Foundation'
2012 : Became Chairman of a satellite broadband company in Ireland called 'Q Sat'
Occasional pundit on TV

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Career In Detail
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1983/84
Arsenal : 0 Games & 0 Goals
Arsenal Reserves/Youths : 24 Games & 6 Goals
Combination Football - 1 Game & 0 Goals
South East Counties - 15 Games & 5 Goals
South East Counties League Cup - 1 Game & 0 Goals
FA Youth Cup - 3 Games & 0 Goals
Southern Junior Floodlit Cup - 4 Games & 1 Goal

1984/85
Arsenal : 0 Games & 0 Goals

1985/86
Arsenal : 17 Games & 1 Goal
Division 1 - 12 Games & 1 Goal
FA Cup - 3 Games & 0 Goals
League Cup - 2 Games & 0 Goals

1986/87
Arsenal : 48 Games & 12 Goals
Division 1 - 35 Games & 8 Goals
FA Cup - 4 Games & 1 Goal
League Cup - 9 Games & 3 Goals

1987/88
Arsenal : 16 Games & 2 Goals
Division 1 - 11 Games & 2 Goals
FA Cup - 2 Games & 0 Goals
League Cup - 3 Games & 0 Goals

1988/89
Arsenal : 3 Games & 1 Goal
Division 1 - 3 Games & 1 Goal

1989/90
Arsenal : 9 Games & 4 Goals
Division 1 - 6 Games & 2 Goals
FA Cup - 1 Game & 1 Goal
League Cup - 2 Games & 1 Goal
Arsenal Reserves/Youths : 18 Games & 5 Goals
Combination Football - 18 Games & 5 Goals

1989/90
Manchester City :
Division 1 - 9 Games & 4 Goals

1990/91
Manchester City :
Division 1 - 38 Games & 20 Goals

1991/92
Manchester City :
Division 1 - 35 Games & 12 Goals

1992/93
Manchester City :
Premier League - 39 Games & 9 Goals

1993/94
Manchester City :
Premier League - 15 Games & 5 Goals

1994/95
Manchester City :
Premier League - 35 Games & 8 Goals

1995/96
Manchester City :
Premier League - 32 Games & 8 Goals

1996/97
Sunderland :
Premier League - 12 Games & 2 Goals

1997/98
Sunderland :
Division 1 - 35 Games & 14 Goals

1998/99
Sunderland :
Division 1 - 39 Games & 18 Goals

1999/00
Sunderland :
Premier League - 37 Games & 14 Goals

2000/01
Sunderland :
Premier League - 34 Games & 7 Goals

2001/02
Sunderland :
Premier League - 38 Games & 6 Goals

2002/03
Sunderland :
Premier League - 8 Games & 0 Goals

2006
BEC Tero Sasana (Thailand) : 1 Game & 0 Goals
Thai Premier League (Tier 1) - 1 Game & 0 Goals

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Honours
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Arsenal
1986-87 : League Cup

Sunderland
1998–99 : Division 1 Champions (Tier 2)

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Nialls Autobiography
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Re: Niall Quinn

Postby The GFP » November 15th, 2012, 2:00 am

Niall Quinn's Testimonial

Result: Sunderland 0 - 3 Republic of Ireland (Attendance : 35,702)

Sunderland : Macho (sub 46, Ingham), Williams (sub 63, James), Thome (sub 57, Varga), Björklund (sub 23, Craddock; sub 63, Clark) Gray, Bellion, Thirlwell, McCann, Arca (sub 46, McCartney), Knopper, Quinn (sub 23, Phillips; sub 46, Medina)

Republic Of Ireland (1st Half) : Given, Finnan, Breen, Cunningham, Steve Staunton, Kilbane, Carsley, Kinsella, Kennedy, Morrison

Republic Of Ireland (2nd Half) : Kiely, Kelly, Dunne, O'Brien, Harte, Damien Duff, McAteer, Holland, Kennedy (sub 83, Carsley), Quinn (sub 59, Kilbane)

Scorers : 2' Mark Kennedy, 33' David Connolly, 80' Kevin Kilbane
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