Andy Liddell

Date of birth28 June 1973
Place of birthLeeds
NationalityScottish
Weight73 kg
Height1.70 m
PositionForward

Liddell played an important role for Wigan Athletic in their push for promotion in 2000-01.

A talented striker who can make as well as score goals, he regularly unlocked defences for his colleagues with his unselfish running.

He netted ten goals during the season including a great 30-yard strike against Northampton Town in September.

Liddell was made available for transfer by Sheffield United in June 2005.

He joined Oldham Athletic in a three-year deal that was extended to June 2009 in May 2008 but cancelled in April 2009.

Liddell joined Rotherham United in August 2009 on a monthly contract that was soon extended to June 2010.

Club history

Team Joined Left Loan / Trialist
Barnsley 06 Jul 1991 15 Oct 1998
Wigan Athletic 15 Oct 1998 30 Jun 2004
Sheffield United 01 Jul 2004 29 Jun 2005
Oldham Athletic 29 Jun 2005 07 Apr 2009
Bradford Park Avenue 10 Jul 2009 07 Aug 2009
Rotherham United 07 Aug 2009 30 Jun 2010

Club stats

Season Team Competition Apps Subs Goals Y R
1995-96 Barnsley League Cup 1
1997-98 Barnsley FA Cup 1
4
1
1997-98 Barnsley League Cup 2
2
1997-98 Barnsley Premier League 13
13
1
1
1999-00 Wigan Athletic League Cup 3
2000-01 Wigan Athletic FA Cup 2
2000-01 Wigan Athletic League Cup 3
1
2000-01 Wigan Athletic League Division 2 37
9
2
2000-01 Wigan Athletic League Division 2 Play-Offs 2
2001-02 Wigan Athletic FA Cup 1
2001-02 Wigan Athletic LDV Vans Trophy
1
2001-02 Wigan Athletic League Division 2 33
1
18
3
2002-03 Wigan Athletic FA Cup 1
2002-03 Wigan Athletic LDV Vans Trophy 1
2002-03 Wigan Athletic League Cup 2
2002-03 Wigan Athletic League Division 2 32
5
16
1
1
2003-04 Wigan Athletic League Cup 3
2003-04 Wigan Athletic League Division 1 35
5
9
2
2004-05 Sheffield United FA Cup 5
3
1
2004-05 Sheffield United League Championship 26
7
3
2004-05 Sheffield United League Cup 1
2005-06 Oldham Athletic FA Cup 4
1
2005-06 Oldham Athletic LDV Vans Trophy 1
1
2005-06 Oldham Athletic League Cup 1
2005-06 Oldham Athletic League One 29
9
2006-07 Oldham Athletic FA Cup 4
2006-07 Oldham Athletic Johnstones Paint Trophy 1
2006-07 Oldham Athletic League Cup 1
2006-07 Oldham Athletic League One 44
2
10
3
2006-07 Oldham Athletic League One Play-Offs 2
1
2007-08 Oldham Athletic Johnstones Paint Trophy 1
1
2007-08 Oldham Athletic League Cup 1
1
2007-08 Oldham Athletic League One 16
2
2
2008-09 Oldham Athletic FA Cup
1
2008-09 Oldham Athletic League Cup
1
2008-09 Oldham Athletic League One 18
14
8
1
2009-10 Rotherham United Johnstones Paint Trophy 1
2009-10 Rotherham United League Cup 1
1
2009-10 Rotherham United League Two
2


Please note: Career stats are based on performances in the Premier and Football Leagues and (in most cases all) internationals.

Club matches

Date Match Result Competition Round
24 Oct 1995 Barnsley v Arsenal L 0-3 League Cup 3rd round
09 Aug 1997 Barnsley v West Ham United L 1-2 Premier League
24 Aug 1997 Barnsley v Chelsea L 0-6 Premier League
27 Aug 1997 Barnsley v Bolton Wanderers W 2-1 Premier League
30 Aug 1997 Derby County v Barnsley L 1-0 Premier League
13 Sep 1997 Barnsley v Aston Villa L 0-3 Premier League
20 Sep 1997 Everton v Barnsley L 4-2 Premier League
23 Sep 1997 Wimbledon v Barnsley L 4-1 Premier League
27 Sep 1997 Barnsley v Leicester City L 0-2 Premier League
30 Sep 1997 Barnsley v Chesterfield W 4-1
Agg: 6-2
League Cup 2nd round 2nd leg
04 Oct 1997 Arsenal v Barnsley L 5-0 Premier League
14 Oct 1997 Barnsley v Southampton L 1-2 League Cup 3rd round
20 Oct 1997 Barnsley v Coventry City W 2-0 Premier League
01 Nov 1997 Barnsley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 Premier League
08 Nov 1997 Southampton v Barnsley L 4-1 Premier League
22 Nov 1997 Liverpool v Barnsley W 0-1 Premier League
29 Nov 1997 Barnsley v Leeds United L 2-3 Premier League
08 Dec 1997 Sheffield Wednesday v Barnsley L 2-1 Premier League
13 Dec 1997 Barnsley v Newcastle United D 2-2 Premier League
20 Dec 1997 Tottenham Hotspur v Barnsley L 3-0 Premier League
26 Dec 1997 Bolton Wanderers v Barnsley D 1-1 Premier League
28 Dec 1997 Barnsley v Derby County W 1-0 Premier League
03 Jan 1998 Barnsley v Bolton Wanderers W 1-0 FA Cup 3rd round
17 Jan 1998 Barnsley v Crystal Palace W 1-0 Premier League
24 Jan 1998 Tottenham Hotspur v Barnsley D 1-1 FA Cup 4th round
31 Jan 1998 Chelsea v Barnsley L 2-0 Premier League
14 Feb 1998 Manchester United v Barnsley D 1-1 FA Cup 5th round
25 Feb 1998 Barnsley v Manchester United W 3-2 FA Cup 5th round replay
08 Mar 1998 Newcastle United v Barnsley L 3-1 FA Cup Quarter-final
11 Mar 1998 Aston Villa v Barnsley W 0-1 Premier League
14 Mar 1998 Barnsley v Southampton W 4-3 Premier League
28 Mar 1998 Barnsley v Liverpool L 2-3 Premier League
31 Mar 1998 Blackburn Rovers v Barnsley L 2-1 Premier League
02 May 1998 Leicester City v Barnsley L 1-0 Premier League


Please note: Match history is complete for the Premier and Football Leagues and (in most cases all) internationals.

International stats

Season Team Competition Apps Subs Goals Y R
1993-94 Scotland UEFA Under-21
1
1994-95 Scotland Toulon Under-21 2
1
1994-95 Scotland UEFA Under-21
1
1995-96 Scotland UEFA Under-21 6
1
2


Please note: Career stats are based on performances in the Premier and Football Leagues and (in most cases all) internationals.

International matches

Date Match Result Competition Round
16 Nov 1993 Malta v Scotland W 0-1 UEFA U21 Group 1
25 Apr 1995 San Marino v Scotland W 0-1 UEFA U21 Group 8
05 Jun 1995 Scotland v Mexico L 1-2 Toulon Under-21 Group A
07 Jun 1995 France v Scotland W 1-2 Toulon Under-21 Group A
09 Jun 1995 Scotland v Korea Republic W 1-0 Toulon Under-21 Group A
15 Aug 1995 Scotland v Greece W 3-0 UEFA U21 Group 8
06 Sep 1995 Scotland v Finland W 5-0 UEFA U21 Group 8
14 Nov 1995 Scotland v San Marino W 1-0 UEFA U21 Group 8
12 Mar 1996 Hungary v Scotland L 2-1 UEFA U21 Quarter-final
26 Mar 1996 Scotland v Hungary W 3-1 UEFA U21 Quarter-final
28 May 1996 Spain v Scotland L 2-1 UEFA U21 Semi-final
31 May 1996 France v Scotland L 1-0 UEFA U21 3rd place


Please note: Match history is complete for the Premier and Football Leagues and (in most cases all) internationals.