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NIALL QUINN'S THE MANOR HOUSE, BAGENALSTOWN, CO. CARLOW
Sunday World
ALL of the Commandos were thrilled when we stopped by Niall Quinn's pub in Bagenalstown. This is a truly topclass premises and we absolutely loved it. The black leather bench seating was exquisite and the timber floor was spotless. They also serve food ...

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Niall Quinn's wife Gillian warns WAGs of over-spending
Sports Mole
The wife of former Sunderland striker and chairman Niall Quinn has warned fellow footballers' wives that they should not over-spend their fortune. Gillian, 40, has revealed that she and Quinn, who had stints at Arsenal and Manchester City, planned for ...




ITV News

Niall Quinn: "Sir Bobby's memory brings out the best in people"
ITV News
Niall Quinn, ex-Chairman of Sunderland Football Club, is a patron of the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation, which is celebrating its 5th anniversary. He said: "I feel privileged to have met Sir Bobby, let alone to have contributed in a small way to his ...
Sir Bobby Robson's foundation marks its fifth anniversaryJournal Live
Foundation celebrates its fifth birthday: Amazing £5m legacy of Sir Bobby RobsonChronicleLive
Sir Bobby Robson Foundation reaches £5m milestoneBBC News
Birmingham Mail -The Mag -The Northern Echo
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Manchester Evening News

Q&A with Dwight Yorke and Niall Quinn
Manchester Evening News
STRIKE SENSATION: Robin van Persie scores for United in injury time. James Robson: United are on the verge of reclaiming the title – what has been the difference between this season and last? Niall Quinn: Let's be honest, United threw it away last season.

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Football gamble, political disaster
Irish Independent
Some have wondered if things would have been different if Niall Quinn had remained at the club. When he left the club, Quinn remarked that Short was a straight talker – "not an operator" – and contrasted it with his own tendency to "run with the hare ...
No Di Canio do: Irish backers ditch SunderlandThe Irish Sun

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Quinn children seek to lift court order freezing accounts
Irish Independent
Ms Quinn claims that Karen managed to get just one monthly mortgage payment released before all further payments were halted. As a result, she said a loss of €700,000 was crystallised for her brother. The family claims that Niall McPartland is facing ...




Labour rebels are self-centred dreamers
Irish Independent
In his response to Gabriel Byrne's assertions that the Catholic Church is evil, David Quinn, in a somewhat smarmy postscript to his article (Irish Independent, April 5), outlined the help that is available through the church to those who suffer from ...

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Losses at developer Mellon's firm increase to €40.5m
Irish Independent
Mr Mellon is best known for his work through the Niall Mellon Township Trust and last year he announced that the annual charity blitzes for the trust were to be wound up. Since 2002, the trust has built about 20,000 homes and housed more than 100,000 ...

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Down depart with dominant display
Belfast Telegraph
Kildare continued to press in the closing stages but the Down defence held firm and points late on from substitute Niall Madine ensured that the Mourne men took maximum points from their last game in Division One. DOWN: B McVeigh; D McCartan, B McArdle ...

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Former Sunderland Striker Niall Quinn On 'Scary' Tyne-Wear Derby
Sky Tyne and Wear
Former Sunderland striker, manager and chairman Niall Quinn explains why the upcoming Tyne-Wear derby will be the scariest he can remember. Quinn played a pivotal role in derby games for Sunderland against Newcastle United and was chairman of ...


Niall John Quinn, né le 6 octobre 1965 à Dublin, est un ancien footballeur irlandais qui évoluait au poste d'attaquant. Il est aujourd'hui président du club de football de Sunderland AFC depuis juillet 2006.

Il est à la tête de Drumaville Consortium (groupe réunissant huit millionnaires irlandais) qui lui a permis d'acheter le club de Sunderland pour 15 millions d'euros. Il est l'un des présidents les plus appréciés par ses supporters en Angleterre pour avoir évoluer en tant que joueur durant six ans sous les couleurs de Sunderland, en entraînant le club durant seize matchs entre juillet et août 2006 puis en devenant son président par la suite[1].



  • 92 sélections et 21 buts avec l'équipe d'Irlande entre 1986 et 2002.


  1. France football, 28 sept. 2007, p. 27