12 January 2007

Iain Jenkins

Name: Iain Jenkins
Born: 24 November 1972, Whiston (England)
Height: 5.09 ft
Weight: 11.10 st
Position: Right-Back

Representative Honours: Northern Ireland 6 Full Caps (1997-1999), 1 ‘B’ Cap (1997).
Club Honours: (with Chester) Football League Division Three Runner-Up 1993/94 (promoted).

Club Career:
Clubs
Seasons
Signed
Fee
League
FA Cup
FL Cup
Other
Liverpool
-
-
Youth
-
-
-
-
Everton
91/92-92/93
Jun-91
Youth
3 (2)/0
-
0(1)/0
-
Bardford City
92/93
Dec-92
Loan
6 (0)/0
-
-
1(0)/0
Chester City
93/94-9798
Aug-93
Free
155 (5)/1
9(1)/0
7(2)/0
11(0)/0
Dundee United
97/98-99/00
Mar-98
-
13 (1)/0
2(0)/0
1(0)/0
-
Shrewsbury Town
00/01-01/02
Jul-00
Free
19 (2)/0
1(1)/0
2(0)/0
1(0)/0
Chester City
01/02
Dec-01
Free
5 (1)/0
-
-
-
TOTALS
£-
201(11)/1
12(2)/0
10(3)/0
13(0)/0

Biography:
Experienced full-back who had seemed to be establishing himself in the international set-up until his career was afflicted by a succession of injuries. 


With his career prematurely ended, Jenkins coached at Everton's Academy then Chester’s youth and first teams. He moved back north to join Broughty Athletic and from September 2006 to May 2008 he was manager of Dundee North End in the Eastern Region of Scottish Junior football. He then managed another Junior club, Tayport until August 2009 when he was appointed assistant manager to Danny Lennon at Cowdenbeath. In June 2010 he followed Lennon to St Mirren but left after a year for personal reasons. he has since worked as chief scout for Dundee United and as a Schools Regional Performance Coach for the Scottish FA.

More to follow.

Wikipedia

Northern Ireland Cap Details:
30-04-1997 Armenia.... A D 0-0 WCQ
21-05-1997 Thailand... A D 0-0 FR
25-03-1998 Slovakia... H W 1-0 FR
22-04-1998 Switzerland H W 1-0 FR
03-06-1998 Spain...... A L 1-4 FR
10-10-1999 Finland.... A L 1-4 ECQ

Summary: 6/0. Won 2, Drew 2, Lost 2.


Northern Ireland B Cap Details:
28-03-1997 Portugal... H W 2-0 FR

Summary: 1/0. Won 1, Drew 0, Lost 0.

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