Andy Griffin
Date of Birth: 17 March 1979
Position: DR

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Andrew "Andy" Griffin (born 17 March 1979) is an English footballer who plays for Doncaster Rovers as a full back.

Griffin began his career at Stoke City, where he established a reputation as a solid wing-back defender. His impressive performances for the "Potters" led to him being signed by Newcastle United for a fee of £1.5million in January 1998. He spent six years on Tyneside before moving south to Portsmouth in 2004. He was unable to establish himself as first choice right back at "Pompey" and re-joined his old club Stoke on loan for the 2006–07.

Stoke narrowly missed out on a play-off position and so Griffin decided to sign for newly promoted Derby County, however with Derby struggling to compete in the Premier League he joined Stoke for a third time in January 2008. He helped Stoke to claim promotion and was made captain of the side for the 2008–09 season. Griffin lost his place in the side after an on the pitch altercation with Ricardo Fuller at West Ham United in December 2008. He joined Reading in 2010 helping them gain promotion at the second attempt after failing in the play-offs. He was released by Reading in May 2012 and joined Doncaster Rovers in October 2012.

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Season League App League Goal FA Cup App FA Cup Goal League Cup App League Cup Goal Other App Other Goal Total App Total Goal
2012/13 9 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 11 0