18 October 2009

Josh McQuoid

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Name: Joshua Joseph Brian McQuoid
Born: 15 December 1989, Southampton (England)
Height: 5.10 ft
Weight: 10.10 st
Position: Midfielder/Forward

Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: Full (2010-date), 1 B Cap (2009), 8 Under-21 Caps / 2 Goals (2008-2009), 4 Under-19 Caps.
Club Honours: (with Bournemouth) Football League One Runner-Up 2012/13 (promoted); (with Peterborough) Football League Trophy Winner 2013/14.

Club Career:
Teams....... --Seasons-- Signed -Fee- --League- FA Cup FL Cup Other 
Brockenhurst College
Bournemouth. 06/07-10/11 ...... Youth 31(38)/10 2(5)/3 0(2)/0 1(4)/0
Millwall ... 10/11-11/12 Nov-10 £600k .8 (8)/ 1 0(2)/0 1(0)/0 

Burnley .... 11/12...... Jan-12 .Loan .9 (8)/ 1
Bournemouth. 12/13-14/15 May-12 Exch. 22(13)/ 3 3(1)/2 ...... 1(0)/0
Peterborough 13/14 ..... Feb-14 .Loan .8 (6)/ 1 ............. 1(1)/1
Coventry C. .14/15 ..... Aug-14 .Loan 12 (2)/ 3 0(1)/0 1(0)/0 3(0)/2
Luton Town . 15/16- date Jun-15 .Free
Stevenage .. 16/17 ..... Jan-17 .Loan
Torquay Utd

Biography:
Josh McQuoid's most impressive performance in a green shirt to date was a two goal salvo in an Under-21 international against Scotland.

A hattrick for Bournemouth against Tranmere in the FA Cup saw McQuoid called into the Northern Ireland squad as a late inclusion for a November 2010 friendly against Morocco. A week later he scored another hattrick as Bournemouth defeated Walsall 3-0. He then made his international debut as a half-time substitute against the Africans, and it was a foul on him that earned Northern Ireland a late penalty from which they equalised.

On 25th November 2010 McQuoid joined Millwall on an initial loan which became a permanent move valued at around £600,000 when the transfer window opened the following January.
 He failed to impress at the New Den and joined Burnley mid-way through the following season as striking cover. He was then allowed to return to Bournemouth on a three year deal in exchange for Scott Malone.


McQuoid made a rapid return to the Championship as Bournemouth were promoted as League One runners-up. Having struggled to make the Cherries side at the higher level, mainly due to injury, McQuoid joined Peterborough on loan and scored the opener as the Posh defeated Chesterfield in the 2014 Johnstone's Paint Trophy final at Wembley.

Prior to the start of the 2014/15 season McQuoid joined Coventry on a loan deal through to January.

More to follow.


Irish FA
Wikipedia
Soccerbase

Northern Ireland Cap Details:

17-11-2010 Morocco....... H D 1-1 FR. sub
29-03-2011 Slovenia...... H D 0-0 ECQ sub
24-05-2011 Rep of Ireland A L 0-5 CNC
02-09-2011 Serbia........ H L 0-1 ECQ sub
06-09-2011 Estonia....... A L 1-4 ECQ sub
still active

Northern Ireland B Cap Details:
06-05-2009 Scotland...... A L 0-3 FR

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


Northern Ireland Under-21 Cap Details:
19-08-2008 Poland........ N L 0-1 MT. sub
20-08-2008 Ukraine....... A L 1-4 MT. sub
18-11-2008 Scotland...... A W 3-1 FR. 2 goals
31-03-2009 Ukraine....... H D 1-1 FR
04-09-2009 Czech Republic A L 0-2 ECQ
08-09-2009 Iceland....... H L 2-6 ECQ
13-10-2009 Iceland....... A L 1-2 ECQ
17-11-2009 Czech Republic H L 1-2 ECQ sub

Summary: 5(3)/2. Won 1, Drew 1, Lost 6. 

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