|Full name||John Quigley|
|Date of birth||28 June 1935|
|Place of birth||Glasgow, Scotland|
|Date of death||30 November 2004(aged 69)|
|Place of death||Nottingham, England|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
He began his career as a provisional signing with Celtic, who farmed him out to Scottish Junior Football club St Anthony's. After Celtic terminated his contract he joined another junior club, Ashfield.
In 1958 against Manchester City he was the first Forest player to score a First Division post-war hat trick which was. His goal against Aston Villa at Hillsborough won that 1958-59 FA Cup semi final. Forest were 2-0 up after 14 minutes. Luton Town hit back midway through the second half after Forest's opening goalscorer Roy Dwight broke his leg in the 33rd minute. Forest had further personnel issue when cramp reduced Bill Whare to little more than a hobbling spectator. Quigley helped Forest protect their 2-1 lead to lift the trophy at Wembley. He left Nottingham Forest in February 1965.
Huddersfield Town and Bristol CityEdit
He moved to Mansfield Town in July 1968 for £3,000. There Quigley was to enjoy the club's arguably most famous moment when they beat West Ham United 3-0 in the 1968-69 FA Cup. West Ham's line up contained many of England's World Cup heroes. Mansfield progressed to the quarter final stage where they eventually lost to Leicester City. He made 104 appearances and scored 2 goals and also captained the side.
Overall in his professional career he made 508 appearances and scored 72 goals.
He branched into management at Mansfield. He became assistant player-manager/trainer-coach at Field Mill.