Andy Geggan
Andy Geggan
Andy Geggan
● Andy Geggan, 2020 (BSC)

born in Scotland

Andrew James Geggan was born on Friday, 8th May, 1987, in Glasgow.

The 5' 10 (10st 10lbs) midfielder temporarily transferred to Ian McCall's Thistle on Monday, 8th March, 2021, from his parent club, BSC Glasgow.

Aged 33, he made his debut appearance on Sunday, 14th March, 2021, in a 2-1 friendly defeat at home to Heart of Midlothian.

There were no goals for Andy during his spell with Thistle.

He played his last game for the club on Thursday, 29th April, 2021, in a 5-0 win at home to Falkirk in the SPFL League One, having appeared as a Jag on 6 occasions.

At July, 2022, Andy's club-list included Livingston, Dumbarton, Ayr United, Dunfermline Athletic, BSC Glasgow, Partick Thistle and Drumchapel United.

Bio Extra

A versatile and experienced midfielder with more than 500 appearances under his belt in the Scottish game. He was a near ever-present across five seasons for Dumbarton between 2006 and 2011, before departing for full-time football with Ayr United (2011-12) and Dunfermline Athletic (2012-2017). Had another succesful spell at Ayr, mostly working under Ian McCall between 2017 and 2020. He had joined BSC Glasgow at the start of the 2020-21 campaign, and was brought in to Firhill to assist with the busy schedule in the springtime of 2021. Didn't get as much game time as he would have liked in his short spell, but he enjoyed playing his part and Ian McCall thought him “a great boy to have around”, especially with such a tight run of fixtures at the time.

Amazingly, he's been a 4-times title-winner, all in the third tier, with Dumbarton (2009), Dunfermline Athletic (2016), Ayr United (2018) and Partick Thistle (2021). After leaving BSC Glasgow in the summer of 2021, he returned to his first senior club, Dumbarton, 10 seasons after leaving. Brilliantly, he scored on his first league appearance since returning, volleying in an 86th-minute equaliser against Airdrieonians. He left the Rock at the beginning of 2022, jumping on the Drumchapel United bandwagon.


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