Andy Morris had time away from making over 250 league appearances for Chesterfield to join Exeter City on loan before returning to Saltergate. After starting with Rotherham United, he finished his professional career at Rochdale.
Andy signed professionally for Rotherham United in July 1985 and made just seven appearances before joining Chesterfield in January 1988 for a nominal £500 fee. Making an immediate impression Andy became a popular figure at Saltergate where he was to feature in 266 league games scoring on 56 occasions.
Four years into his career with the Spireites Andy joined Exeter City for a late-season loan spell in March 1992. Making his debut at Fulham on 7 March 1992 he started four league games, came off the bench three times and scored twice (against Leyton Orient and Hartlepool) during his short stay at St James’ Park.
Returning to Chesterfield, Andy played through to December 1998 featuring in the club’s run to the semi-finals of the FA Cup in 1996/97 prior to being rewarded with a testimonial against Nottingham Forest the following season. Leaving eventually for Rochdale, Andy made the final 32 appearances of his Football League career whilst at Spotland ahead of appearing for Hucknall Town and working as Chesterfield’s football in the community officer.