29 March 2009

Tim McCann

Name: Timothy McCann
Born: 25 September 1971, Belfast
Height: 5.10 ft
Weight: 11.02 st
Position: Winger

Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: 1 B Cap (1997).
Club Honours: (with Cliftonville) Irish League Champion 1997/98; (with Glentoran) Irish League Champion; Irish Cup Winner ...

Club Career:
Teams
Seasons
Signed
Fee
League
FA Cup
FL Cup
Europe
Other
Newington Rangers
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Youth
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Cliftonville
90/91-98/99
-90
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181(29)/30
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Glentoran
98/99-03/04
Dec-98
£5k
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Ballymena United
04/05-05/06
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7 (1)/ 1
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8(-)/0
Glentoran
06/07-07/08
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TOTALS
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£-
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Biography:
A much-decorated player, Tim McCann's career yielded sixteen major honours in a career spanning 661 games. He was one of two Tim McCanns on the books of Glentoran during the early 2000s. McCann retired in December 2007 after several years of knee injury problems.

McCann served as assistant-manager at Glentoran before being appointed boss at Lisburn Distillery in May 2012. He was sacked by the Whites less than a year later after there relegation from the Premiersip was confirmed.

More to follow.

Northern Ireland B Cap Details:
28-03-1997 Portugal U21 H W 2-1 sub

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

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