Andy Roddie

Andy RoddieAndy Roddie came direct to Fir Park from Pittodrie for a fee reported to be around £100.000, he was the first signing of new manager Alex McLeish, he also came with a big reputation as a former under 21 internationalist and a regular scorer in the Dons reserve side. Unfortunately for Andy he joined the ‘Well side the year after one of the clubs best ever season when the put in a real challenge for the league title.

Despite being built up to be quite an exciting addition to the squad he would never really live up to the billing He became a target from a portion of the Motherwell support and all the confidence drained out of him as he struggled to make his mark at Fir Park.

Sadly it never worked out for him and Andy was released by the club when his contract expired. He had spells with Notts County, St Mirren, Carlisle United, Clydebank, Stranraer and Partick Thistle. Andy also played for a side called Yee Hope and while playing with them he managed to help them get into the Hong Kong FA Cup final, which his side lost 7-2! He joined Peterhead in August 2002 after a short retirement.

Andrew Robert Roddie
5′ 9″
Date of Birth:
4th November 1971
Place of Birth:

Football Career:

Aberdeen 1988 1994
Motherwell 1994 1997
Notts County 1997
St Mirren 1997 1999
Carlisle United 1999
Clydebank 1999
Stranraer 1999 2000
Yee Hope 2000 2001
KR Reykjavík 2001
Partick Thistle 2002
Arbroath 2002
Peterhead 2002 2004
Elgin City 2004 2005

Well Career:

Apps Goals
24 (31) 0
Scottish Cup:
0 (1) 0
League Cup:
2 (2) 0
1 0
27 (34) 0