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David Peter Winnie (born 26 October 1966) is a Scottish former football player and manager of Dumbarton. A defender on the field, Winnie was part of St Mirren's 1987 Scottish Cup winning team. He is also a former U21 Scottish International and played for Aberdeen and Hearts. After leaving Scotland in 1999, he played for Canberra Cosmos in Australia. Winnie was then assistant manager at Icelandic side KR before a brief caretaker role saw him steer them from relegation danger. Winnie then part of the coaching staff at the youth academy at Livingston and Glasgow Rangers F.C.

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  • David Peter Winnie (born 26 October 1966) is a Scottish former football player and manager of Dumbarton. A defender on the field, Winnie was part of St Mirren's 1987 Scottish Cup winning team. He is also a former U21 Scottish International and played for Aberdeen and Hearts. After leaving Scotland in 1999, he played for Canberra Cosmos in Australia. Winnie was then assistant manager at Icelandic side KR before a brief caretaker role saw him steer them from relegation danger. Winnie then part of the coaching staff at the youth academy at Livingston and Glasgow Rangers F.C.
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  • David Peter Winnie (born 26 October 1966) is a Scottish former football player and manager of Dumbarton. A defender on the field, Winnie was part of St Mirren's 1987 Scottish Cup winning team. He is also a former U21 Scottish International and played for Aberdeen and Hearts. After leaving Scotland in 1999, he played for Canberra Cosmos in Australia. Winnie was then assistant manager at Icelandic side KR before a brief caretaker role saw him steer them from relegation danger. Winnie then part of the coaching staff at the youth academy at Livingston and Glasgow Rangers F.C. Winnie was manager of Dumbarton from June 2002 until his sacking in March 2003, when the Sons were struggling in the Second Division. He was replaced by Bo'ness United manager Brian Fairley. Winnie trained to become a solicitor at a leading Hertfordshire Law Firm in St. Albans and qualified in November 2009. He is now Head of the Sports Law Department at Charles Douglas Solicitors LLP, a leading law firm based in Mayfair.
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