14 Facts About Andy Myers


Andrew John Myers was born on 3 November 1973 and is an English football coach and former professional footballer who is a loan player technical coach at Premier League club Chelsea.


Andy Myers played in the Football League for Colchester United, Brentford and Portsmouth.


Since retirement, Andy Myers has worked as a coach and returned to Chelsea in 2015 as a youth coach.


Andy Myers later had a spell as assistant manager of Eredivise club Vitesse before returning in 2017 to manage Chelsea's development squad.


Andy Myers returned to the team in November 1999 and featured regularly until mid-January 2000, when he suffered a groin injury.


Andy Myers returned to the struggling team in late November 2000 and thereafter managed to remain fit.


Andy Myers made 25 appearances during a season in which Bradford narrowly avoided relegation and he was released in May 2003.


In three seasons with the Bantams, Andy Myers made 99 appearances and scored three goals.


Andy Myers made eight appearances and helped Pompey finish clear of the relegation places.


Andy Myers made 26 appearances before his season was ended by a back injury in December 2003.


On 11 June 2004, Andy Myers turned down an approach from Oxford United to sign a two-year contract with League One club Brentford on a free transfer.


Andy Myers was a member of the England U20 squad at the 1993 FIFA World Youth Championship.


On 6 July 2018, it was announced that Andy Myers had been appointed Chelsea U18 manager and one year later, he was promoted into the role of Development Squad head coach.


Andy Myers moved into the role of loan player technical coach in May 2022.