22 Facts About Andy Mangan


Andrew Francis Mangan was born on 30 August 1986 and is an English former footballer who played as a striker.


Andy Mangan is currently a first-team coach at Bristol Rovers.


Andy Mangan was with the club for three years, scoring 49 goals in reserve and youth team football.


Andy Mangan made just one further professional appearance at Blackpool under Steve McMahon's management and his replacement, Colin Hendry, loaned Mangan to Northern Premier League Premier Division side Hyde United.


Andy Mangan scored two goals in seven appearances, helping the club to secure the league title.


Andy Mangan was heavily linked with a return to Hyde the following season, but he rejected them in favour of a full-time contract with Conference Premier side Accrington Stanley, after impressing during the club's pre-season schedule.


At Bury, Andy Mangan scored his first goal on 7 September 2007 with a header against Chesterfield, with five more goals coming before Christmas.

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Andy Mangan was injured at the beginning of December 2007 with a suspected hernia problem and later underwent surgery, restricting him to just six appearances in the rest of the season as he struggled to regain fitness.


Andy Mangan made a total of 26 appearances in all competitions while with Bury.


Andy Mangan was voted player of the year by the Directors of Forest Green Rovers.


On 7 April 2009, one year after leaving Bury, Andy Mangan was named as one of five players charged by the Football Association for breaching betting rules, whereby players, managers or coaching staff are prohibited from betting on the result or progress of any match or competition in which the participant is participating or has any direct or indirect influence.


Andy Mangan started the next season in an unfamiliar left-wing position; despite this he still finished as the club's top scorer with 16 league goals, helping them to the play-offs, where they lost to Luton Town.


On 16 May 2013, Andy Mangan returned to former club Forest Green Rovers on a three-year contract.


Andy Mangan made his second debut for the club on 7 September 2013 in a draw with Braintree Town.


In June 2014, it was announced that Andy Mangan had won his appeal against Forest Green and had returned to the club under his previous contract as a player.


On 24 July 2014, it was announced that Andy Mangan had signed a one-year deal at League Two club Shrewsbury Town.


Andy Mangan joined Tranmere Rovers of the National League on 2 July 2015, signing a one-year contract.


Andy Mangan rejoined the club on an 18-month contract on 7 January 2016.


Andy Mangan re-joined Tranmere Rovers for an undisclosed fee on 4 November 2016.


Andy Mangan departed Bala without playing a league game for them after receiving an offer from Accrington Stanley.


On 22 February 2019, Andy Mangan joined the first-team coaching staff of Fleetwood Town, after a spell working with the youth team.


On 22 February 2021, Andy Mangan followed Barton and Clint Hill from Fleetwood to Bristol Rovers, taking on the role as a first-team coach.