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Andy Oxby

Andy Oxby
Norwich Career: 1999-2002 (Academy)
Current Club: Aveley (Ryman League)
Date of Birth: 20/08/1983 
Nationality: English


Andy Oxby is a midfielder from the Potters Bar Centre of Excellence who is similar to Craig Bellamy in appearance and style. Originally with Charlton, he joined the Canaries as a Academy scholar in 1999 and spent three years with Norwich. During his final year, Norwich announced in March 2002 that none of their Third Year scholars would be offered a professional contract and so Andrew will need to seek a new club in the summer of 2002.

After a spell playing for their reserves, Andy signed for Barking on Ryman League terms in January 2003. In April 2003, Andy had a trial with Ryman League Premier Division side St Albans, playing in a friendly against Icelandic side FC Throttur. He has also trialled with Stevenage. After periods with Grays Athletic and Romford, where he scored 5 goals in 9 appearances, he signed for St Albans at the end of October 2003. He was new Saints manager Steve Castle's first signing as manager.

At his own request, he was released by St Albans in the middle of January 2004. He quickly signed up for the Metropolitan Police football club who compete in the Ryman League. He moved to Billericay Town in March 2005. He later joined Essex Senior League side Romford

Andy later joined Conference South side Braintree before moving to Aveley in February 2008

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