Andy Rose

Andy Rose arrived at Motherwell in the summer of 2017 as manager Stephen Robinson totally revamped his playing squad. The midfielder had previously been on the books at Coventry City as well as spending almost four years in the MLS with Seattle Sounders.

Andy was an excellent all round performer for the side when called upon, he had terrific ability on the ball, made intelligent runs from deep and added a robustness to the midfield. He was one of those players who polarised the opinion of the Motherwell support but he played a pivotal role in the clubs great cup runs during the 2017/18 season when the side got to both domestic cup finals.

Rose made his Motherwell debut in a League Cup group fixture against Queen’s Park at Hampden when the Steelmen triumphed 5-1, he netted his first goal for the club in a 1-4 loss against St Johnstone in a controversial match which saw three ‘Well players sent off, he did however take great delight in netting in a Lanarkshire derby against Hamilton Accies at New Douglas Park.

As it transpired the club somewhat surprisingly announced in December 2018 that they were allowing Andy to move back to the MLS and join Vancouver Whitecaps.

He signed off by helping the club achieve a fine derby win over Hamilton Accies on the 29th December 2018 before his move went officially through in the 1st of January 2019.

Andrew Patrick Rose
6′ 2″
Date of Birth:
13th February 1990
Place of Birth:
Melbourne (Australia)

Football Career:

UCLA Bruins 2008 2011
Seattle Wolves 2009
Ventura County Fusion 2010 2011
Seattle Sounders 2012 2015
Coventry City 2016 2017
Motherwell 2017 2019
Vancouver Whitecaps 2019

Well Career:

Apps Goals
32 (8) 2
Scottish Cup:
3 (1) 0
League Cup:
10 (3) 0
0 0
45 (12) 2