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RUFC - Dibble signs in

RUFC - Dibble signs in

Rotherham United Manager, Ronnie Moore has signed Andy Dibble up as goalkeeping coach today.

Dibble was born in Cwmbran, Wales in May 1965 and began his career with Cardiff City. He moved to Luton Town for £125,000 in the summer of 1984 and, after a couple of loan spells with Sunderland and Huddersfield, moved to Manchester City. He was a virtual ever-present for City for two seasons but then found himself second choice behind Tony Coton. In the next seven years he went out on loan to various clubs including Aberdeen, Middlesbrough and Sheffield United.

In March 1997, Andy moved to Rangers where his first game was in the old firm derby and helped Rangers to a one-nil win. He went onto play for Middlesbrough, Barry Town, Hartlepool, Carlisle, Stockport and Wrexham, where he was plagued with injuries, such as a broken arm and severed tendons in a finger, before ending his career at Accrington Stanley in 2006.

He became Accrington`s goalkeeping coach before moving to Coventry in November 2006 to take up the same role, but only lasted until February, when he left the club after Mickey Adams was sacked. In March 2007 he was appointed goalkeeping coach to Peterborough United.

Andy has three international caps for Wales.



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Monday October 12 2009
Time: 5:29PM

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OH I KNEW "YOUNG" ANDY AT LUTON !!
southernbelle
12/10/2009 17:33:00
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Do you think he'll remember you SB!
herringthorpe
12/10/2009 18:40:00
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