Niall Quinn

Niall Quinn

Niall Quinn

  • Date of Birth: 6 October 1966
  • Birthplace: Dublin, Dublin, Ireland

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Steve Bruce safe as Sunderland boss

Sunderland manager Steve Bruce remains under pressure at the Stadium of Light, but has received backing from former chairman Niall Quinn.

Quinn steps down at Sunderland

Niall Quinn has stepped down as chairman of Sunderland, and will take a role focusing on the club's international development and commercial interests abroad.

Sunderland may still keep Gyan

Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn has left the door open for Ghana international striker Asamoah Gyan. The striker joined Al Ain on loan for the rest of the season last week.

Sunderland hopeful for O'Shea deal

Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn has admitted that he is hopeful of securing a move for Man Utd defender John O'Shea this summer. Valued at 3m GBP, the player is ready to quit Old Trafford after becoming frustrated with life on the bench.

Craig Gardner joins Sunderland

Craig Gardner is delighted to have finally completed a move to Sunderland from Birmingham. It is understood that Sunderland have paid up to 4m to land the player.

Clint Dempsey to Sunderland?

Fulham forward Clint Dempsey is apparently a target for new Sunderland boss Steve Bruce. If the rumours are to be believed, Sunderland coach Steve Bruce has instructed Niall Quinn to make the forward the club's next target this summer.

Martin Jol to make return to EPL

Former Spurs boss, Martin Jol, is enjoying a great season in the Bundesliga with Hamburg, sources close to him say that he would love to retun to the Premier League.

Sunderland shortlist down to 3

Sunderland's shortlist for a replacement for Roy Keane has now been reduced down to three. It is understood that Niall Quinn has three names on his list and hopes to make an announcement within a week about Keane's successor.

Roy Keane quits Sunderland

Roy Keane has apparently quit his job at Sunderland, according to reports this morning. After a series of discussions with the club's board and chairman, Niall Quinn, it appears that both parties felt it was time for a change.

Sunderland: Keane is staying

Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn has strenuously denied claims that Roy Keane could be leaving the club and heading for Chelsea. Since Avram Grant has been sacked at the Blues, a number of candidates have been listed as successors, but Keane will not be one of them.