14 Facts About Andy Dibble


Andrew Gerald Dibble was born on 8 May 1965 and is a Welsh football coach and former professional player.


Andy Dibble played in the Football League for Cardiff City, Luton Town, Huddersfield Town, Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Bolton Wanderers, West Bromwich Albion, Sheffield United, Hartlepool United, Carlisle United, Stockport County and Wrexham.


Andy Dibble played in the Welsh Premier League for Barry Town, and in non-league football with Altrincham and Accrington Stanley.


Andy Dibble began his career at Cardiff City, joining as an apprentice in June 1981 and turning professional in August 1982.


Andy Dibble was loaned out to several teams, and only very rarely played first team football for the Manchester team after his first two seasons.


Andy Dibble moved to Rangers FC on a free transfer in March 1997.


Andy Dibble had a baptism of fire in a tempestuous and crucial Old Firm derby, standing in for the injured Andy Goram.

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In July 1998 Andy Dibble signed for Altrincham, before a brief spell at League of Wales side Barry Town.


Andy Dibble joined Stockport County in August 2000, enjoying a successful spell there and being named man of the match in many of the games he played.


Andy Dibble suffered a further injury later in the season when a torn thigh muscle ruled him out for the rest of the campaign.


Andy Dibble finished his career at Accrington Stanley and became their goalkeeping coach.


In October 2016, Andy Dibble was appointed joint caretaker manager at Rotherham.


Andy Dibble was appointed Accrington Stanley goalkeeper coach in August 2022.


Andy Dibble is the father of professional footballer Christian Andy Dibble, a goalkeeper who most-recently played for Wrexham.