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Jimmy GILLIGAN

Signed from Grimsby Town on the eve of Swindonís second successive promotion season, Gilliganís time of the club did not last long after finding it hard to displace Jimmy Quinn, Steve White & Dave Bamber from first team places. The forward scored his first goal for the club at the County Ground in a 2-0 win against Rotherham United, his next one came in the thrilling 4-3 away win at Port Vale, Gilliganís strike was the all important fourth. November was a great month for the player as he bagged four goals in the fixtures involving York City, Bristol Rovers, Farnborough Town and Bury. But with first team opportunities lacking, Gilligan went on loan to Newport County, and in March 1987 he left Swindon for good when he was sold to Lincoln City.

PLAYING RECORD:

Season LEAGUE FA CUP LEAGUE CUP OTHER TOTAL
Played Gls Played Gls Played Gls Played Gls Played Gls
'86/'87 13 (+4) 5 2 1 2 (+1) - - - 17 (+5) 6
TOTAL 13 (+4) 5 2 1 2 (+1) - - - 17 (+5) 6


TRANSFER INFORMATION:

DATE IN/OUT TRANSFER DETAIL
17 JUN 1986 IN Grimsby Town
£30,000
5 FEB 1987 OUT Newport County
(loan)
4 MAR 1987 IN Newport County
(loan return)
26 MAR 1987 OUT Lincoln City


full name

James Martin Gilligan


 ENGLAND
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date of birth
24 January 1964


           
             
             
             
             
             

usual positions
centre forward

youth career
Watford

senior career
Watford
Lincoln City (loan)
Grimsby Town
SWINDON TOWN
Newport County (loan) 
Lincoln City
Cardiff City 
Portsmouth
Swansea City 
Boreham Wood
Stamco

Watford
football in the community officer
youth development manager
youthmanager
assistant academy director

Nottingham Forest
reserve team manager

Boreham Wood
manager

England Under-21
assistant coach

Wimbledon
academy technical director

Milton Keynes Dons
assistant manager
caretaker manager

Waltham Forest
coach

Thurrock
coach

England Under-21
scout

Stevenage
head of youth

Nike Football Academy
head coach

Al-Hilal SC 
assistant manager

Nottingham Forest
lead professional development coach
coach