| Andrew Keith Crosby|
| (1973-03-03) 3 March 1973 (age 42)|
Sheffield United F.C.
Andy Crosby Wikipedia
Andrew Keith "Andy" Crosby (born 3 March 1973) is an English assistant manager who played as a defender. He is known for his association with Nigel Adkins, having worked under him at Scunthorpe United, Southampton, Reading and Sheffield United.
Crosby was born in Rotherham, South Yorkshire. He began his football career as a trainee with Leeds United but was released to Doncaster Rovers after failing to break through. During his time at Leeds United, Andy made a name for himself as being a typical industrious English defender. He wasn't there long and attracted the attention of Darlington, where he spent five years, making 215 appearances in all competitions and scoring five goals. He wasn't going to last there and soon his performances dropped. He joined Chester City and in a bid to restore his reputation, Crosby scored five times in 80 appearances before moving onto Brighton & Hove Albion for a fee of £10,000. During his four-year stay, Crosby helped Brighton up into Division One but was released as part of a wage budget rearrangement. He then joined Oxford United where he played more than 100 league games before moving on to Scunthorpe United in 2004.
Crosby became Assistant Manager at Glanford Park but whilst ageing at 36 Crosby played some vital roles in the 2008–09 season including scoring a penalty in the Shootout against MK Dons in the League One play-off semi-finals and also put in an impeccable performance against Millwall in the following Final.
Crosby has been a regular first choice penalty taker throughout his career, only once missing from the spot in a first team match but scored that from the rebound.
On 12 September 2010, Crosby joined Southampton as assistant manager under his former manager Nigel Adkins. He was dismissed, along with Adkins, on 18 January 2013. On 26 March 2013 he rejoined Nigel Adkins as his assistant at Reading. On 2 June 2015 he will join Nigel Adkins at Sheffield United FC in the role of Assistant ManagerDarlington
Division Three play-off final runner-up: 1995–96
Football League Two runner-up: 2004–05
Football League One winner: 2006–07
Football League One play-offs final winner: 2008–09
Brighton and Hove Albion
Football League Two winners: 2000–01