Jim McAnearney Professional Association Football Player

Jim McAnearney (born 20 March 1935) is a Scottish retired football player and manager. Born in Dundee, McAnearney played in England for Sheffield Wednesday, Plymouth Argyle, Watford and Bradford City, who he also briefly managed in 1968 with Tom Hallett. He later managed Rotherham United, Frickley Athletic, Scarborough and Hallam. He was also a coach with Wednesday and Leeds United. His brother Tom was also a professional footballer and they played at Sheffield Wednesday together. In 1979, McAnearney founded the firm P J McAnearney Machine Tools, in Neepsend, Sheffield. In 1999, he handed over control of the company to his son Paul.

Personal details

Date of birth
March 20th, 1935
Nationality
Scotland
Places lived
Dundee , United Kingdom
pop. 141,870 (2004)

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