John McGinn  is a Scottish professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Aston Villa. Check out his celebration.

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McGinn started his career as a youth player at St Mirren playing for the club’s Ralston Academy. He broke into the first team in pre-season of the 2012–13 season, representing the club against English opposition Carlisle United and Accrington Stanley.

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In the same summer he also helped the under-20 side to victory in Kilbirnie Ladeside pre-season tournament, picking up joint player of the tournament with Jack Smith.

McGinn made his competitive début against SPL champions Celtic in a 5–0 defeat, coming off the bench as a 78th-minute substitute.

On 29 November 2012, McGinn signed a new three-year contract, keeping him at St Mirren Park until summer 2015.

McGinn played the first 81 minutes of the 2013 Scottish League Cup Final, as St Mirren won the League Cup by winning 3–2 against Hearts.

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The feeling is clearly mutual, with Gerrard saying: “I love John McGinn, I love the person, the character, the player. I’m the lucky one that’s able to work with him and try to improve his game.” If football had wedding vows… john mcginn celebration. 

United were first linked with McGinn in 2019 but the McGinn of late 2021 is even better, noticeably leaner and far less selfish, with 17 shots in 10 games under Dean Smith becoming four shots in six under Gerrard, with three of those coming in one game against Crystal Palace.

It’s a small sample but McGinn is tackling twice as often under the new manager, who is sending his Villa players out to play with an intensity rarely seen under Smith. Pedal is being pushed to the metal and McGinn has his foot down.

“I’m just going to try and keep learning and if I can get anywhere near the level of Steven Gerrard or Patrick Vieira I’ll be delighted!” said McGinn after that clash with Palace which saw two Premier League legends in the dug-outs.

While the top flight has generally moved away from former players as managers, there’s little doubt that McGinn will personally learn more from a Champions League-winning midfielder than a former Walsall centre-half.

He knows this is a rare opportunity to learn his craft from one of the very best.

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John McGinn Rating is 79. His potential is 80 and his position is CM.

He is 26 years old from Scotland and playing for Aston Villa in the England Premier League (1).

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John McGinn FIFA 22 has 3 Skill moves and 3 Weak Foot, he is Left-footed and his workrates are High/High.

McGinn’s price on the xbox market is 37,500 coins (7 days ago), playstation is 22,000 coins (7 days ago) and pc is 28,500 coins (1 week ago).

Paul McGinn 

Paul McGinn (born 22 October 1990) is a Scottish footballer, who plays as a defender for Scottish Premiership club Motherwell and the Scottish national team.

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Personal information
Date of birth 22 October 1990 (age 31)
      Place of birth        Glasgow, Scotland
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Position(s) Right-back
Club information
Current team
Number 16

He has previously played for Queen’s Park, Dumbarton, Dundee, Chesterfield, Partick Thistle, St Mirren and Hibernian.

Raised in Clydebank, McGinn started his career as a youth player at Queen’s Park. He made his debut on 2 May 2009, in Queen’s Park’s 1–0 defeat to Raith Rovers. Having come on as a substitute, he was sent off in the 90th minute.

On 18 September 2012, McGinn signed for Scottish Premier League side St Mirren until the end of the season, despite interest from Aberdeen and Dundee United. On 24 November 2012, he went out on loan to former his club Queen’s Park.

The loan was necessary to give him game time, as he was registered as an amateur and unable to play in the SPL until January. He then finished the season on loan to Dumbarton.

Despite being offered a new contract, McGinn opted to leave St Mirren at the end of the season.

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