From Andy Gray’s Boot Room to operating Virtual Reality and Replay 2000, his contribution has been widely recognised with a number of awards including The Royal Television Society’s Sports Presenter of the Year.
Andy co-presents coverage of UEFA Champions League with Richard Keys and is co-commentator for Ford Super Sunday, the FA Cup and England internationals.
At the end of his playing career in 1990, Andy joined BSB then moved to Sky Sports at its launch in 1991. During the 1991-92 season, he combined his TV work with a role as assistant manager at Aston Villa, before committing himself fulltime to broadcasting.
As a player, he became the only footballer to win the PFA Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year in the same season (1977).
Starting his career at Dundee United, Andy went on to become one of the most formidable goalscorers of his era. He moved to England with a transfer to Aston Villa, broke the British transfer record in 1979 with his move to Wolves, won the League title (1984-85) and scored in the victorious FA Cup (1984) and European Cup Winners’ Cup Finals (1985) with Everton.
He also helped Rangers win the first of nine consecutive Championships (1988-89) and made 20 appearances for Scotland.
After retiring from football he went to carve out a career in the media and in particular on Sky Sports were he was regarded as “The Voice of Football” . His partnership with Richard Keys on Sky Sports developed in to a popular pairing for analysing thel Premiership action. After leaving Sky Sports, along with Richard Keys, he is now a popular voice on Talk Sport Radio.
Andy has be available on the after dinner speaking circuit for a number of years but he is now ever more in demand alongside his colleague, and great friend, Richard Keys as a great double act.