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Gary McGinnis

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Thought he was the saints player that went on to be a physio but it seems not to have been

 

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McGinnis played his final years as a professional in the Queensland State League with Bundaberg Waves, before becoming the Director of Coaching for Central Queensland. He joined the Australian National League side Northern Spirit in 2002 as Head of Youth before taking on the role of Director of Coaching for Kuringai in 2007. Played for Harbord Seasiders Utd in the Manly Warringah Football League in Sydney. McGinnis helped the senior men's team to the Grand Final of their competition in 2009, missing out on a winner's medal after a 1–0 loss. From 2011 to Present, he teaches in the Physical Education Department of St. Aloysius College, Milson's Point, Australia and teaches PE and PDHPE. As of 18 February 2012, McGinnis resides in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales. In 2013, he was appointed director of football for the North Coast Football association.[2][3]

 

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He was decent player for us and Captain during the Totten era.

Very intelligent player and liked a pass; was probably not the toughest midfielder in the world and because he played alongside the like of "Tucker" Tommy Turner, who was as tough as Teak he was often derided. 

HIs finest hour was captaining us to a brilliant 3-2 home win over Celtic at Christmas time back in the day; he was outstanding that day.

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