Andy Firth
Andy Firth
Andy Firth
● Andy Firth, 2021 (RFC)

born in England

Andrew Firth was born on Thursday, 26th September, 1996, in Ripon, North Yorkshire.

The 5' 10 (11st 9lbs) goalkeeper temporarily transferred to Ian McCall's Thistle on Saturday, 12th February, 2022, from his parent club, Rangers.

Aged 25, he was listed as a substitute for the first time on Saturday, 12th February, 2022, in a 1-0 defeat at home to Dundee United in the Scottish Cup.

There were no registered first-team appearances for Andy in his time at Thistle.

At August, 2022, his club-list included Liverpool, Witton Albion, Chester, Barrow, Rangers, Partick Thistle and Connah's Quay Nomads.

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Firth joined Liverpool at under-11 level in 2007 and was there for more than 10 years. He spent time on loan at Witton Albion in 2015, and moved on loan to Chester in January 2018, making 11 appearances for the club before returning to Liverpool in May. Firth had obtained his coaching badges whilst with the Liverpool Academy, and due to financial constraints at Chester he acted on occasion as coach for loanee Will Jääskeläinen.

After leaving Liverpool in the summer of 2018, he signed for Barrow in July. He moved to Rangers in January 2019, after 18 league appearances for Barrow. He made his senior debut for Rangers against Kilmarnock in May 2019, and signed a new one-year deal with the club on 29 April 2021. On 12 February 2022, Firth joined Partick Thistle on loan in the Scottish Championship, replacing the outgoing Harry Stone who had been acting as back-up to #1 Jamie Sneddon. He warmed the bench on 16 occasions before the season was out, but there was no in, such was the form of Sneddon. Firth left Rangers in June 2022, and joined Connah's Quay Nomads a month later.


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