Position – Right Wing
DOB – 1/12/1992
Apps – 8
Goals – 0
Debut v Coventry – Mar 2012
Worldnets – 0
Nicknames – None yet
Speedy right winger Andy announced himself to WIFC with a bang, setting up a goal with his first touch on his debut as a half-time substitute in a win against Coventry in March 2012. Promising early displays earned Andy a call to the squad for the London Cup Final, and he joined the full squad for the start of the 2012/13 season.
Andy’s Q and A
Describe yourself in a sentence
I’m not the most imaginative of people.
What was the first WFC game you went to and what can you remember about it?
Watford vs my childhood team Newcastle United on 20th November 1999. It was an early birthday present from my parents, as Alan Shearer was my hero when I was growing up, so they took me along to see him play. I remember sitting in The Rookery wearing my Newcastle shirt and celebrating when The Toon scored. It was 1-1 at full time, but unfortunately Shearer didn’t score.
Finest ever WFC memory
The Championship Playoff Final on 21st May 2006, only Lloyd Doyley’s goal comes close to beating that day.
Worst away trip and why
It has to be away to Hull in the 11/12 season. I had to wake up at 4:30am, it was bloody freezing, Watford lost in the last minute and my night out in Hull afterwards was awful, such a dire place to be when you’re pissed off.
WIFC playing highlight
Has to be making an appearance for Watford in the London Cup final against West Ham, having only played three games beforehand.
Favourite WIFC moment
Getting an assist with my first ever touch on my debut.
All-time favourite Watford player
Easy question this – Heidar Helguson
All-time favourite Watford XI (not the best players – your favourites)
Foster; Doyley, Mariappa, DeMerit, Robinson; Young, Eustace, Mahon, Wooter; Helguson, Graham
Red shorts or black?
Black, red doesn’t suit me.
Which actor would play you in ‘WIFC – The Movie’
Hmm, tricky one this. Probably Daniel Radcliffe, in the hope that he could introduce me to Emma Watson.