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PersonalFullname: Andrew Morrison McCondichie
aka: Andy McCondichie
Born: 21 August 1977
Height: 5' 10.5'' (179cm)
Signed: Pro 9 June 1995
Internationals: Scotland U18
International Caps: ?
International Goals: ?
BiogA goalkeeping crisis saw Celtic Boys Club graduate, Andy McCondichie, get his solitary taste of first team action in November 1998.
With regular keepers Gould and Kerr both unavailable the young McCondichie took the No.1 jersey for the November 7th league clash at Parkhead against Dundee. Andy enjoyed a pleasent afternoon and wasn't called in to action too frequently as Celtic ran out 6-1 victors. Tony Warner then arrived on from Liverpool the following week to take his place between the sticks for the famous 5-1 Hunskelping.
Loan spells at Airdrie and Hamilton followed but the youngster failed to impress and he was released by Celtic in the summer of 1999 without making another senior appearance for the Bhoys.
He was released at the end of the season and joined Raith Rovers, making only 1 appearance for them before moving to Clydebank. A further season making just 1 appearance saw McCondichie opt for Junior football.
He played briefly for Pollok Juniors and then with Maryhill Juniors. He moved to Stranraer when Neil Watt, the Maryhill manager took over as manager at Stranraer.
He returned to Junior football in 05/06 to play for Kilwinning Rangers. He is believed to have had spells with Cumnock, Neilston and Queens Park during 04/05.
He most recently played for Shotts Bon Accord.
At the 1996 Bourg Blanc youth cup McCondichie played in midfield for Celtic youths, scoring the final goal in a 4-0 win over a Corsican XI. This victory on 19 May 1996 secured seventh place in the 12 team tournament.
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