Andy Halliday
Name: Andy Halliday
Occupation: Soccer Player
Current Team: Rangers F.C.
Gender: Male
Birth Day: October 11, 1991
Age: 29
Birth Place: Glasgow, Scotland
Zodiac Sign: Libra

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Andy Halliday

Andy Halliday was born on October 11, 1991 in Glasgow, Scotland (29 years old). Andy Halliday is a Soccer Player, zodiac sign: Libra. Nationality: Scotland. Approx. Net Worth: Undisclosed. Andy Halliday plays for the team Rangers F.C..


He helped Bradford City pull off a shocking defeat of Chelsea in the 4th round of FA Cup in January of 2015.

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Before Fame

During his amateur career, he was brought up through the Ross County, Rangers and Livingston programs. He turned professional in 2008.


Andy Halliday plays for the team Rangers F.C.

Net Worth Comparison

Team Rangers F.C. Net Worth / Salary
# Name Age Net Worth Salary Nationality
#1 Andy Halliday 29 N/A N/A Scotland
#2 Jermain Defoe 38 $20 Million N/A England
#3 James Tavernier 29 N/A N/A England
#4 Allan McGregor 38 N/A N/A Scotland
#5 Peter Lovenkrands 40 N/A N/A Denmark
#6 Steven Gerrard 40 $90 Million $13 Million England
#7 Wes Foderingham 29 N/A N/A England
#8 Steven Davis 35 N/A N/A Northern Ireland
#9 Gary McAllister 56 N/A N/A Scotland
#10 Alfredo Morelos 24 N/A N/A Colombia

Biography Timeline


After promising developments at Ross County, Halliday was scouted by Rangers before being released in 2006. He then moved to Livingston, playing for the under-19s before progressing to the first team and making his debut on 26 April 2008, as a substitute in a 5–2 defeat against St Johnstone. In March 2009, Halliday alongside then Livingston teammates Leigh Griffiths and Joe McKee spent five days on trial with Italian Serie B side Parma.


Halliday is a boyhood Rangers fan and owned a season ticket for sixteen years. He travelled to Manchester in 2008, when Rangers played in the UEFA Cup Final against Zenit Saint Petersburg, missing a school exam in the process.


Halliday joined the then Championship side Middlesbrough for the start of the 2010–11 season, after agreeing to join Gordon Strachan's team. He scored his first goal for Middlesbrough in a 3–3 draw with Ipswich Town on 12 April 2011. His second goal came in the FA Cup against Hastings United.

On 25 November 2011, Halliday joined Walsall on loan until January 2012. He returned to Middlesbrough at the end of the loan with Walsall having opted not to extend the move. On 24 January 2014, Halliday signed for Blackpool on loan for the remainder of the 2013–14 season.


Halliday signed on loan for Bradford City in October 2014. The move became permanent on 22 January 2015. He scored the third goal in Bradford City's memorable 4–2 victory over Chelsea in the 2014–15 FA Cup fourth round. Halliday scored three goals in 32 games for Bradford during the 2014–15 season, but he was released at the end of the season.


On 18 July 2015, Halliday signed a two-year deal to join his boyhood heroes Rangers with the option of a third-year. On 25 July 2015, he scored on his debut in a 6–2 win over Hibernian in the Scottish Challenge Cup. Halliday scored his first league goal for Rangers in a 5–1 win over Queen of the South at Palmerston Park on 30 August, four 4 days after scoring away from home in a Scottish League Cup match at Airdrieonians. He scored his first goal at home in a 4–0 win over Dumbarton at Ibrox on 1 December 2015. On 28 December, Halliday received a straight red card in Rangers' 4–2 win over Hibernian by referee Bobby Madden for violent conduct after clashing with Hibs' midfielder Fraser Fyvie. However, the card was later appealed by Rangers and reduced to a yellow while Fyvie was charged with simulation, receiving a two-match ban.


Halliday started 2016 well by scoring against Dumbarton in a 6–0 win then agreeing a new four-year contact extension until 2020 on 13 January. His scoring form continued with strikes against Raith Rovers, Dundee and Queen Of the South. On 25 January, Halliday was sent off for the second time that season in controversial circumstances during a league match away to Morton: he was alleged to have made an offensive gesture to the home support after Barrie McKay had scored to make it 2–0 to Rangers which led him being shown a second yellow card, and the decision by referee Barry Cook angered both player and Rangers manager Mark Warburton. Halliday later noted the incident was a career low point. In the absence of regular penalty taker Martyn Waghorn, Halliday converted from the spot in the 4–0 win over Peterhead in the 2016 Scottish Challenge Cup Final; he also scored his penalty in the Scottish Cup semi-final shoot-out against Celtic. He scored a "stunning" long-range goal to put Rangers 2–1 ahead in the final against Hibernian, but they would go on to lose 3–2.

The following season, Halliday made his Scottish Premiership debut in August 2016, starting in midfield in a 1–1 draw against Hamilton Academical. He appeared as a half-time substitute for Niko Kranjčar in the Old Firm match against Celtic at Celtic Park on 10 September 2016 which resulted in a 5–1 defeat. A few days following the match, Halliday was involved with a training ground argument with fellow Rangers midfielder Joey Barton, which led to Barton being suspended by Rangers for three weeks. With club captain Lee Wallace absent in the next match against Queen of the South in the League Cup, Halliday was named captain of the side by Warburton. He played the full game, scoring the second goal in a 5–0 win, while Barton had his contract with the club terminated a few months later. Halliday's appearances became less frequent under new manager Pedro Caixinha, and Rangers finished the season in third place behind Aberdeen and Celtic.


On 28 June 2017, Gabala FK announced the signing of Halliday on a season-long loan deal. He debuted in Gabala's UEFA Europa League Second Qualifying Round match against Jagiellonia Białystok. Gabala announced the termination of Halliday's loan on 4 January 2018. His signing was voted one of the most unsuccessful of 2017 in a local poll, due to the low number of matches he played.

In October 2017, Caixinha was dismissed and replaced by Graeme Murty, who was happy for Halliday to return to Scotland. He was named in the starting line-up in the semi-final of the 2017–18 Scottish Cup against Celtic, but was substituted for Josh Windass before half time with Rangers already two goals behind; Halliday was caught by television cameras shouting to the crowd showing his frustration at the situation. Two weeks later, against the same opposition at Celtic Park, Halliday played the whole match at left back but was exposed several times due to his unfamiliarity with the position as Celtic won 5–0 to confirm the Scottish title. This was to be Murty's last game in charge, and Rangers again finished the season in third place.


Under new manager Steven Gerrard in 2018–19, Halliday's involvement increased as the campaign progressed, playing either at full-back or midfield including seven appearances in the Europa League. In an important league meeting with Celtic at Ibrox on 29 December 2018, he put in a committed performance in a 1–0 Rangers win, with Gerrard praising him as 'my unofficial captain'.


On 19 May 2020 it was announced that he would leave Rangers at the end of May when his contract ended.

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