Llewellyn, Andy

Birth Date

26th February 1966


Bristol, England



Biographical Text

An England youth international defender who commenced his career with Bristol City as an apprentice, he was signed as a full professional in February 1984, but had already made his league debut at Rochdale in December 1982.

He eventually made a total of 308 league appearances for the Robins, scoring three goals.

Llewellyn was a member of the Bristol City promotion winning side of 1989-90 and also played in the Freight Rover Trophy win at Wembley in 1987. He was Bristol City Player of the Year in 1990-91.

He was signed on loan by Exeter City in March 1994, who were then managed by his former Bristol City boss, Terry Cooper, and made his first start for the Grecians against Wrexham at the Racecourse He was to play in 15 consecutive games before returning to Bristol City, in an Exeter side that struggled all season.

Llewellyn then signed for Hereford United on non-contract forms in October 1994, but only made four league appearances before being released.

His next club was Yeovil Town, followed by Bishop Sutton and Weston-Super-Mare.

He also became manager of Western League side, Weston St Johns and in October 2010 became part of the management team at Portishead Town.

Llewellyn was jailed for three years in 2012 for abusing his position as a postman by tipping off burglars as to when people on his round were away on holiday.




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