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|Full name||Andrew Harrow|
|Date of birth||6 November 1956|
|Place of birth||Kirkcaldy, Scotland|
|?–1973||Greig Park Rangers|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only
Andy Harrow (born 6 November 1956) is a Scottish former football player.
Andy Harrow was born in Kirkcaldy in 1956. He began his career with Cowdenbeath, signing from Junior club Greig Park Rangers in 1973. After four seasons at Cowdenbeath, he joined home town club Raith Rovers. After leaving Raith, he had a short spell with English club Luton Town, before Alex Ferguson signed him for Aberdeen in 1980. First team opportunities were limited for Harrow at Aberdeen, so he left Pittodrie to join Motherwell in 1982. After four years at Fir Park, he returned to Raith Rovers for two years, and ended his career in 1990 at East Fife.
After retiring from playing, he became reserve team coach at Raith Rovers. He also served as manager of Cowdenbeath from 1992 to 1993. More recently, he has set up a welder fabricator business in Kirkcaldy.
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