11 Facts About Andy Petterson


Andrew Keith Petterson was born on 26 September 1969 in Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia and is an Australian former footballer who last played for ECU Joondalup in the Western Australian Premier League.

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Andy Petterson became the club's Technical Director in 2013 as part of the club's acceptance into National Premier Leagues WA.

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Andy Petterson began his career in his native Australia, leaving East Fremantle Tricolore in 1988 to join the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra.

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Andy Petterson began the following season as Salmon's deputy, but after his return to the side in January 1997 became first choice, winning the club's player of the year award at the end of the season.

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Andy Petterson again returned to the substitute's bench after Ilic was declared fit before he was allowed to join Portsmouth on loan in November 1998 as cover for Alan Knight.

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Andy Petterson stayed until February, helping Pompey survive relegation in 1999 before returning to an unsuccessful relegation battle for Charlton Athletic as the South London club returned to the Championship after just one season in the top flight.

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Andy Petterson signed for Portsmouth on a free transfer in July 1999 as Alan Ball looked to strengthen his squad after the club's take over.

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Andy Petterson was released by Brighton in December 2002 and later played in the League of Ireland for Derry City until being released in April 2003.

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However, Andy Petterson joined Southend United a week later, playing just once before a free transfer move to Walsall in January 2004.

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On his Walsall debut Andy Petterson conceded six goals, and went on to play a further two games.

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Andy Petterson joined Notts County on a short-term deal in December 2004, but was released at the end of January 2005.

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