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Paul Quinn was born on 21 July, 1985 in Wishaw, Scotland. Discover Paul Quinn's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?
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Paul Quinn Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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Quinn signed a short-term contract with Scottish Championship club Dundee United in August 2017. In January 2018, he extended his contract until the end of the 2017–18 season. Quinn was released by United in May 2018, following the end of his contract.
On 26 January 2016, Quinn returned to Ross County, signing an 18-month contract. He scored on his debut as Ross County beat Celtic 3–1 to reach the final of the Scottish League Cup. He played in the final, as Ross County won 2–1 against Hibernian.
Ahead of the 2016–17 season, Quinn was handed the captaincy at Ross County, after the previous captain Andrew Davies had asked to leave the club. At the end of his contract, Quinn was released by Ross County.
In June 2015, Quinn signed a two-year deal with Aberdeen after becoming a free agent. He made his debut for Aberdeen on 2 July 2015, against FK Shkëndija in the first qualifying round of the Europa League. Quinn scored his first league goal for Aberdeen in the 86th minute of a 2–1 victory against Celtic at Pittodrie, sending Aberdeen to the top of the table.
Quinn returned to Scottish football in October 2014, when he signed for Ross County. He made his debut as a substitute in Ross County's 5–0 loss against Celtic on 18 October 2014.
Quinn then went on to make 43 league and cup appearances for Doncaster Rovers, helping them become League 1 Champions when he cleared the missed penalty at the Brentford game on the final day of the season, his long pass out of the box finding Billy Paynter just inside his own half who went up to the other end and passed to James Coppinger to score the winner. On 27 July 2013 he signed a new deal lasting till June 2015. However, on 22 August 2014, his contract with the club was ended by mutual consent
On 4 June 2009 he signed for Football League Championship side Cardiff City on a three-year contract for a fee of around £300,000, describing the transfer as his "ideal move". He made his debut for the club in a 4–0 win over Scunthorpe United, the first competitive match at the Cardiff City Stadium. On 17 August 2010, it was revealed that Motherwell were still owed around £175,000 of the transfer fee and that no further payments had been made toward the fee since January 2010. However, the following week Cardiff reached an agreement with Motherwell and £100,000 of the remaining fee was paid. Quinn scored his first Cardiff goal on 2 April 2011, in a 4–1 win over Derby County.
On 11 January 2008, it was announced that Quinn would assume the role of club captain, due to the sudden death of Phil O'Donnell the previous month. At the age of 22, Quinn became one of the youngest captains in the Motherwell's history. Although vice-captain Stephen Craigan was widely expected to be promoted to the position of club captain, he continued in his existing role.
On 27 April 2008, Quinn was rushed to hospital with a broken jaw after an unprovoked attack outside the notorious Baker Street establishment in Wishaw.
In June 2008, Quinn and his girlfriend were robbed at gunpoint whilst holidaying in Florida, United States. The couple had been returning to their hotel when the incident took place.
He was restricted to just 21 games during the 2005–06 season, but in the following seasons, he established himself as a first team player and at the beginning of the 2007–08 season he was a first choice in the Motherwell defence, displacing Martyn Corrigan at right back. Such has been the quality of his performances and the general improvement in his game under Mark McGhee that Corrigan was limited to one starting performance during the first half of the 2007–08 season and left to seek first-team football at Kilmarnock.
Born in Wishaw, Quinn came through the youth ranks at Motherwell and signed a professional contract with the club on 12 May 2002. In the 2002–03 season, he made his first professional appearance for the club, replacing Brian Dempsie as a substitute during the SPL game against Celtic on 1 December 2002. He did not feature regularly but in following seasons he proved his worth and also his versatility, by starting 27 and 26 games in all competitions during the 2003–04 and 2004–05 seasons respectively, filling a number of different positions in the Motherwell defence. Quinn scored his first goal for Motherwell during the Scottish Premier League match against Kilmarnock on 21 February 2004. He did not score another goal for the club for over three years, when he scored during a league match against Aberdeen on 15 September 2007.
Paul Charles Quinn (born 21 July 1985) is a Scottish footballer. His usual position is right back, but he can also play at centre back or on the right wing. Quinn started his career at Motherwell and has also played for Cardiff City, Doncaster Rovers, Ross County (two spells), Aberdeen and Dundee United.