Andy Parkinson

Andy Parkinson

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Andy Parkinson

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Andrew John "Andy" Parkinson (born May 27, 1979 in Liverpool, Merseyside) is an English professional footballer who plays as a forward, attacking midfielder and a winger and is currently without a club.

He has previously played for Tranmere Rovers where he featured in the 2000 Football League Cup Final, he went on to play for Sheffield United, Notts County, Grimsby Town, Cambridge United, Gateshead and Acrrington Stanley.


Tranmere Rovers

A pacy winger, Parkinson began as a Liverpool trainee, winning the FA Youth Cup in 1996, but was released shortly after. He signed for Tranmere Rovers who were managed by former Liverpool striker John Aldridge. He was handed his professional debut on 22 October 1997 when he came on as an 81st minute substitute for John Morrisey in a 2-1 defeat against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Parkinson settled into Rovers first team squad with the club plying there trade in the second tier of English football. During 2000 and 2001 he featured in two cup runs, which eventually saw him play a part in the 2000 Football League Cup Final, where Tranmere lost out to Leicester City in the final at Wembley Stadium. He played his final game for the club on 22 March 2003 against Peterborough United before departing Prenton Park at the end of the 2002-2003 season.

Sheffield United

Parkinson moved to Neil Warnock's Sheffield United in July 2003, making his debut on 9 August 2003 in a 0-0 draw with Gillingham. He struggled to find a way into the...
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