Win tickets to see football legend Mick Quinn at Bognor

Mick Quinn playing for Pompey v Liverpool in February 1988
Mick Quinn playing for Pompey v Liverpool in February 1988
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HE TALKS like he used to score goals – in prolific fashion.

And guests at a special event being hosted at Bognor FC’s Seasons clubhouse are about to see former Newcastle and Pompey striker Mick Quinn in action at first hand.

Along with a night that promises humour and unique anecdotes from Quinn’s famous football career, guests will also be fed a pie and mash dinner by the award-winning local specialists Turners Pies.

The Mighty Quinn – now an outspoken radio pundit on talkSPORT – is the star guest at the Rocks’ supporters’ club’s bash him on Friday, November 6.

Quinn will be joined by comedian Stewart Masters, with tickets available for £40 per person, £280 for a table of eight or £350 for a table of ten.

We have teamed up with the supporters’ club to offer as a prize a table for ten at the event – which will either go to one entrant if they are bidding for ten, or to ten individual entrants.

Along with a night that promises humour and unique anecdotes from Quinn’s famous football career, guests will also be fed a pie and mash dinner by the award-winning local specialists Turners Pies.

Quinn, who is now a pundit on talkSPORT, made 121 appearances for Pompey, the most he made at any club, and scored 54 goals during his spell at Fratton Park, which spanned from 1985 to 1988. The Fratton fans used to sing about him: “He’s fat, he’s round, he’s worth a million pound, Micky Quinn, Micky Quinn.”

The 53-year-old began his career at Wigan in 1979 and now, alongside his radio work, he is also a scout for the Latics.

Quinn also spent time at Stockport, Oldham, Newcastle, Coventry, Plymouth and PAOK Thessaloniki in Greece in a career which he scored 228 goals from 515 games.

To stand a chance of winning a place at the night with Quinn, just answer this question: At which club did Quinn make most appearances?

Email your answer to steve.bone@chiobserver.co.uk by Thursday, October 22 including your name, address and telephone number(s). Call your email QUINN COMPETITION.

To buy a ticket for the event, call 01243 822325 on any weekday bewtween 10am and midday or email brtfcsupportersclub@talktalk.net – or see Ian Guppy or Dave Robinson at any Rocks home game.

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