THE HISTORY OF WIMBLEDON FOOTBALL CLUB
Full Name:
Andrew Weston Clarke
Date of Birth:
22 July 1967
Place of Birth:
Islington, London
Andy Clarke
(1990/91 - 1998/99)
Electric-paced striker, affectionately known as Sonic The Hedgehog. Andy made his name with Barnet before signing for Wimbledon for £300,000 in 1991, a then record fee for a non-league player. Frequently used as a super-sub Andy terrorised tiring defenders. After leaving Wimbledon, he had a highly successful spell with Peterborough United before he retired from playing.
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Andrew Clarke may refer to:

  • Andrew Clarke (British Army officer, born 1793) (1793–1847), Governor of Western Australia
  • Sir Andrew Clarke (British Army officer, born 1824) (1824–1902), Governor of the Straits Settlements, son of the above
  • Andrew Clarke (actor) (born 1954), Australian actor
  • Andrew Clarke (British politician) (1868–1940), Labour Member of Parliament 1923–1924, and 1929
  • Andrew Clarke (cricketer, born 1961), English former cricketer
  • Andrew Clarke (cricketer, born 1975), English cricketer
  • Andrew Clarke (Trinidadian cricketer) (born 1945), Trinidadian cricketer
  • Andy Clarke (footballer) (born 1967), English former footballer
  • Andy Clarke (businessman) (born 1964), British businessman
  • Andy Clarke (comics), British comics artist
  • Andy C (Andrew Clarke, born 1973), English DJ
  • Andrew Clarke, a fictional character from The Breakfast Club

See also

  • Andrew Clark (disambiguation)


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1990/91: Appearances: 0 - Substitute: 0 - Goals: 0
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