Rob Andrew

Rob Andrew

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Christopher Robert "Rob" Andrew MBE (born 18 February 1963 in Richmond, Yorkshire), nicknamed "Squeaky", is a former English rugby union footballer and currently Director of Elite Rugby at the RFU. He was formerly the Director of Rugby of Newcastle Falcons. As a player, Andrew was assured in his kicking and defensive skills off both feet. Andrew also had a brief career in first-class cricket.

Rugby career


Andrew attended Barnard Castle School, and was captain of the 1st XV in 1981. He then attended St John's College Cambridge and played for Cambridge University in the Varsity Match. He joined Nottingham for one season in 1985/86 and then joined Wasps FC where he was first choice fly-half throughout most of the eight seasons he spent with the north London club. At Wasps FC he won the English League in 1990, eventually leaving to join Newcastle Gosforth in 1995 as both a player and as director of rugby. The club had just been bought out by Sir John Hall in the leadup to the game turning professional, they became the Falcons of today. During his time in charge of Newcastle Falcons he is credited with discovering Jonny Wilkinson.His playing career was ended in 1999 after an injury in training.


Andrew was fly-half for England during the Will Carling era, making a winning debut in January 1985 against Romania at Twickenham . For the next 10 years he was England's regular fly-half...
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