Micky Quinn

Former Professional Footballer & Pundit For talkSPORT

Football speaker and player Micky Quinn was notorious during his varied career in professional football, involved with no less than nine teams during his seventeen year career Micky Quinn was the Sumo of 1980’s football and now works as a sports speaker covering both football and horse racing.

Beginning his footballing career in 1979 Micky Quinn played for Wigan Athletic, Newcastle United and Coventry City as well as brief loan periods to Watford and Plymouth Argyle; he was considered for both the England and Republic of Ireland national teams but was unable to take part in any international games on behalf of his country.

Remembered for his life both on and off the pitch Micky Quinn retired in 1996 and became a dedicated football speaker, since then he has travelled the UK sharing his stories and insights into the world of football both past and present. As a football speaker Micky is applauded for his accessible personality and comradery with the crowd, Quinn continues to work within the football industry and often appears as a sports speaker covering football games and reporting on high profile incidents and transfers for the BBC radio station TalkSPORT.

Outside his work as an after dinner speaker, Micky has established himself as a race horse trainer, he owns his own stables and, despite some controversy, has an impressive client list. Micky also works as a sports speaker covering this area of his expertise and can be hired as an after dinner speaker for either football or horse racing events.

To book Micky Quinn as the football speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing agent@championsukplc.com or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.

When at corporate events, Micky is known to cover the following topics:

  • Football Speaker
  • Sporting Success
  • Racing Horse Training
  • Drive & Determination
  • Peak Performance
  • Achieving Goals

Watch Micky talking to talkSPORT here: