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Andrew David Gray (born 15 November 1977) is a former footballer who last managed Leeds United's under-18 team. He is the son of the former Scotland defender Frank Gray and nephew of Leeds United legend Eddie Gray. His cousin Stuart Gray was also a pro footballer. He started his career as a midfield player but later moved into a forward position. Gray began his career with Leeds United, and has also played for Nottingham Forest, Charlton Athletic, Bury, Preston North End, Oldham Athletic, Barnsley, Bradford City, Sheffield United, Sunderland and Burnley. He has also won two caps for Scotland, against Lithuania and New Zealand in 2003.

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  • Andrew David Gray (born 15 November 1977) is a former footballer who last managed Leeds United's under-18 team. He is the son of the former Scotland defender Frank Gray and nephew of Leeds United legend Eddie Gray. His cousin Stuart Gray was also a pro footballer. He started his career as a midfield player but later moved into a forward position. Gray began his career with Leeds United, and has also played for Nottingham Forest, Charlton Athletic, Bury, Preston North End, Oldham Athletic, Barnsley, Bradford City, Sheffield United, Sunderland and Burnley. He has also won two caps for Scotland, against Lithuania and New Zealand in 2003.
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  • Andrew David Gray (born 15 November 1977) is a former footballer who last managed Leeds United's under-18 team. He is the son of the former Scotland defender Frank Gray and nephew of Leeds United legend Eddie Gray. His cousin Stuart Gray was also a pro footballer. He started his career as a midfield player but later moved into a forward position. Gray began his career with Leeds United, and has also played for Nottingham Forest, Charlton Athletic, Bury, Preston North End, Oldham Athletic, Barnsley, Bradford City, Sheffield United, Sunderland and Burnley. He has also won two caps for Scotland, against Lithuania and New Zealand in 2003.
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