| Andrew Finlay|
10 February 1901
| Glasgow, Scotland|
Andrew Finlay Wikipedia
Andrew Finlay (born 10 February 1901; date of death unknown) was a Scottish footballer who played as a forward for Port Vale, Airdrieonians, Manchester City, Crewe Alexandra, Third Lanark, Dundee United and Hibernian in the 1920s.
Finlay played for Glasgow Shawfield before joining English Second Division side Port Vale in September 1921. His only appearance at The Old Recreation Ground was at outside-left in a 1–1 draw against South Shields on 22 October, and he was released at the end of the 1921–22 season. He later played for Airdrieonians, Manchester City, Crewe Alexandra, Third Lanark, and Dundee United, before joining Hibernian midway through the 1926–27 season. He scored three goals in 19 First Division games in the 1927–28 season, and then bagged four goals in 33 appearances in the 1928–29 campaign before leaving Easter Road.Sourced from Andrew Finlay profile at the English National Football Archive (subscription required)