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Jimmy Quinn

Position

Former Striker and Manager

Signed

2/9/08

Former Clubs

Reading, Swindon, Northwich Victoria, Shrewsbury Town, Egersund IK and Cambridge

International

Northern Ireland - 46 caps, 12 goals

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Former Cherries striker Jimmy Quinn became a record breaker, becoming the new AFC Bournemouth manager following the sacking of Kevin Bond. But then only lasting 121 days in the role before departing at the end of 2008.

During his playing career, Quinn won 46 caps for Northern Ireland scoring 12 International goals and played for the Cherries during the 1991/92 season, scoring 19 goals in 43 games.

Jimmy Quinn started his managerial career as a player-manager at Reading in 1994.

His overall record at Reading was…

Played 132, Won 48, Drew 36, Lost 48 (average points per game 1.36)

He returned to management with Swindon Town in 1998 before moving onto Northwich Victoria and Shrewsbury Town leaving them in 2004, previously winning promotion for the club through the Conference play-offs.

His overall record at these three clubs was…

Played 254, Won 83, Draws 65, Lost 106 (average points per game 1.24)

He had a brief 5 month spell at Egersund IK in Norway before joining Cambridge United in September 2006.

His Cambridge United league record was…

Played 83, Won 39, Draws 18, Losses 26 (average points per game 1.63)

Quinn had just 121 days in charge at AFC Bournemouth taking control of the Cherries for the first time away to Notts County on the 6th September 2008 and ending on 28th December 2008 at home to Barnet, a total of 19 league games.

During those 19 league games the Cherries won 5, drew 7 and lost 7, scoring 22 while conceding 28.

A run that averaged a points per game ratio of 1.16, a goals per game ratio of 1.16 and a goals conceded ratio per game of 1.47.

Quinn also took charge of 5 cup games, most notably the 1-0 defeat to non league side Blyth, costing the club around £250k in lost TV and other revenue.

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