Andy Warrington

Andy Warrington

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Andrew Clifford "Andy" Warrington (born 10 June 1976) is an English footballer who plays for Rotherham United as a goalkeeper.


Warrington was on the bench for York City when they beat Manchester United 3–0 at Old Trafford in the League Cup in 1995. In his time at Doncaster, Warrington was an extremely popular figure and arguably his best days were in the Division 3 Championship winning 2003–04 season.

However, for all his good play, Warrington has still been blighted with injuries. After breaking his jaw in a game at Southport in 2002, he then broke his leg in the League Cup game against Manchester City after colliding with Nedum Onuoha and never played for Doncaster Rovers in a competitive game again.

Warrington joined Bury in 2007 after nine years at Doncaster following a loan spell at Gigg Lane. After only one campaign for Bury F.C., he signed a two year deal with Rotherham United in May 2007. He signed a one-year extension in May 2008.

In just under two seasons at Rotherham, Warrington's displays have made him a fans favourite and he picked up numerous awards for the 2007/08 season. In March 2008, he was one of four nominations for the February Powerade Player of the Month. At the end of the 2008/2009 season, Warrington picked up the MillersMAD and the Vital Rotherham's websites player of the year award.


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