Andy Harrow

Andy HarrowCentre forward, Andy Harrow arrived at Motherwell in 1982 coming from Aberdeen alongside team mate Andy Dornan, both of course had been fringe players in a talented Dons side who were managed by Alex Ferguson. Harrow had enjoyed more first team success at Pittodrie than Dornan, the club had high hopes the forward could make a real impact at Fir Park. He proved to be quite quick off the mark and proved to be a nuisance for opposition defenders. He made his ‘Well debut on the 1st January 1983 in a league fixture versus Kilmarnock at Rugby Park which the side won 2-0, the impact of the clubs new additions were clearly felt as they would follow this up with an impressive 3-0 win over Rangers. Despite suffering a 1-3 reversal at the hands of Dundee, the club followed this up with a fantastic 2-1 win over Celtic, having played four fixtures in 15 days Harrow and his counterpart had made an immediate impression but keeping up this consistency was hard to the side to maintain. On the goals front, he was never a prominent scorer, he netted his first in a Scottish Cup replay against Clyde, but ultimately the side crashed out the competition losing 3-4. His career at Fir Park would see him make well over a century of appearances scoring 29 goals.

Prior to arriving at Fir Park, Andy had started his career with Cowdenbeath but it was with his hometown club Raith Rovers where he made his best impression. In 1986, Harrow returned to Raith Rovers in part of the deal which brought Paul Smith to Motherwell.

Andrew Harrow
Date of Birth:
6th November 1956
Place of Birth:

Football Career:

Cowdenbeath 1973 1977
Raith Rovers 1977 1980
Luton Town 1980 1981
Aberdeen 1981 1982
Motherwell 1982 1986
Raith Rovers 1986 1988
East Fife 1988 1990

Well Career:

Apps Goals
94 (9) 19
Scottish Cup:
13 (1) 8
League Cup:
8 2
0 0
115 (10) 29