Andy Roddie
Andy Roddie
Andy Roddie
● Andy Roddie (ABFC)

born in Scotland

Andrew Robert Roddie was born on Thursday, 4th November, 1971, in Glasgow.

The 5' 9 (11st 0lbs) midfielder signed for John Lambie's Thistle on Friday, 15th February, 2002, having most recently been with KR Reykjavík.

Aged 30, he made his debut appearance on Saturday, 16th February, 2002, in a 2-0 defeat away to Raith Rovers in the SFL First Division.

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

He played his last game for the club on Saturday, 2nd March, 2002, in a 2-2 draw at home to Arbroath in the SFL First Division, having appeared as a Jag on 3 occasions.

Andy's club-list included Aberdeen, Motherwell, Notts County, Panos Ljungskile, St Mirren, Yee Hope, Happy Valley, Linfield, Carlisle United, Clydebank, Stranraer, Ross County, KR Reykjavík, Partick Thistle, Arbroath, Peterhead, Elgin City, Västerås and Inverurie Loco Works.

Bio Extra

Born and brought up in Glasgow, Roddie joined Aberdeen as a 16-year-old and spent seven years at Pittodrie before signing for Motherwell in 1994 under the management of former teammate Alex McLeish. Failing to score in two and a half seasons at the Lanarkshire club, Roddie left for Notts County and began a peripatetic career which took in Sweden, Hong Kong, Northern Ireland and Iceland as well as further spells in Scotland and England. He finished his career in the Highland League with Inverurie Loco Works. After retirement, Roddie became involved in youth football in the North East of Scotland founding Kintore United. He joined the coaching staff at Colony Park in August 2012 as co-manager before assuming sole responsibility in January 2014.


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