Jimmy Quinn (Northern Ireland Footballer)

Jimmy Quinn (Northern Ireland Footballer)

James Martin "Jimmy" Quinn (born 18 November 1959 in Belfast) is a former Northern Ireland international footballer and is now working in management.

He was capped 46 times for his country, and is one of Northern Ireland's top goalscorers, having found the net 12 times at senior level. He also enjoyed a successful club career, scoring 210 goals in the Football League alone, and has enjoyed some success as a manager, including winning promotion to the Football League with Shrewsbury Town in 2004 and taking Reading to the brink of the Premier League in 1995.

Read more about Jimmy Quinn (Northern Ireland Footballer):  Management Career, Honours

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... Player Promotions 1993–94 Division Two Champion (promotion to Division One) – Reading 1990–91 Division Two runner up (promotion to Division One) – West Ham United 1986–87 Division Three Playoff Winner (promotion to Division Two) – Swindon Town Awards 1993–94 Division Two Golden Boot Winner Player manager 1994–95 Division One runner up – Reading Manager Promotions 2003–04 Conference National Playoff Winner (promotion to League Two) – Shrewsbury Town. ...

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