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|Full Name||Andrew John Myers|
|Date of Birth||3 November 1973|
|Place of Birth||Isleworth, London|
|Debut||6 April 1991|
|Games (goals)||106 (2)|
|Other clubs|| Bradford City|
|Role||Assistant Manager: U-21s|
|Previous roles||Coach: U-15s|
Andrew John "Andy" Myers (born 3 November 1973 in Isleworth, London Borough of Hounslow) is a former defender who currently serves as the Assistant Manager for Chelsea's Under-21 squad. He played for the Blues between 1991 and 1999, having worked his way up through the club's youth ranks. A solidly-built left-sided defender, Myers' appearances for the Blues were mainly at left back or left wing back.
Having made his first team debut at the age of just 17, the young Londoner appeared occasionally for the next five seasons, but made 58 appearances between 1995 and 1998; the latter part of which being a particularly successful period for the Blues, though his chances were still limited due to competition at left-back from Scott Minto and Graeme Le Saux. He was part of the 1997 FA Cup and 1998 Cup Winners' Cup-winning squads; earning a medal as an unused substitute in both finals. With his chances restricted once more to occasional appearances, Myers signed for Bradford City in 1999 for a fee of £800,000.
Myers appeared regularly for Bradford City during his time at the club, following a disappointing first season, which culminated in a brief spell on loan at Portsmouth. Myers settled in his second season and was voted the club's player of the year in 2002. In 2003 he moved to Colchester United before finishing his playing career in his native west London with Brentford, in 2005.
Having previously worked with young players at Cobham in a part-time capacity, Myers became the full-time Chelsea Under-15s coach in July 2011. He then became Dermot Drummy's assistant manager with the Under-21 team a year later.
|Season||Prem||FA Cup||League Cup||Europe||Other||Total|
|1||1991-92||19 October||1991||First Division||Liverpool||2-1||2-2||Stamford Bridge|
|2||1996-97||13 September||1996||Premier League||Sheffield Wednesday||2-0||2-0||Hillsborough|