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About Andy McGuigan:
“There are about his tactics on the field those subtle touches of skill which mark him out as much above the commonplace.. The features of his play are his capital control of the ball, and accurate feeding; and, while he adapts himself admirably to the success of the forward line as a whole, he never hesitates when opportunity demands to exhibit a rare dash of individualism. His methods are characterised by sound judgment and artistic execution.” (Lancashire Evening Post, February 13 – 1906)

Born: February 24, 1878: Penninghame (Newton Stewart), in Scotland.
Passed away: September, 1948: Liverpool, in England.

Position: Inside right.

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Career:
Newton-Stewart, 1894.
Hibernian, signed, August 1 – 1898.
** Transferred to Liverpool for £200.
Liverpool, signed, May 19 – 1900;
* eligible for Liverpool in official matches, September 1 – 1900.
** Transferred to Middlesbrough for £200.
Middlesbrough, signed, December 3 – 1902.
Brynn Central, 1904.
Southport Central, May – 1905.
Accrington Stanley, December – 1906.
Brynn Central, October – 1907.
Burslem Port Vale.
Bristol City.
Barrow.
Exeter City, signed, May 5 – 1908.

Image(s):
Andrew McGuigan, Liverpool F.C., Athletic News: January 27, 1902.
1902 Andy McGuigan

Lancashire Evening Post, December 4 – 1902.
Andy McGuigan 1902

Lancashire Evening Post: February 10, 1906.
Andy McGuigan

Tamworth Herald: April 12, 1902.

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