Andrew Peter Turner (born 23 March 1975) is a former professional footballer and coach. His father is Pat Turner, who played football professionally for Charlton Athletic. Born in England, he represented Ireland at youth level. A pacey winger, he began his career at Tottenham Hotspur, setting a Premier League record as the division's youngest-ever goalscorer in September 1992. However he lost his first-team place and was sent out on loan to Wycombe Wanderers, Doncaster Rovers, Huddersfield Town and Southend United. He was sold on to Portsmouth for a £250,000 fee in September 1996. He suffered a bad ankle injury at Portsmouth and was sold on to Crystal Palace for £75,000 in October 1998, before moving on to Wolverhampton Wanderers in March 1999. He signed with Rotherham United in June 1999,

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  • Andrew Peter Turner (born 23 March 1975) is a former professional footballer and coach. His father is Pat Turner, who played football professionally for Charlton Athletic. Born in England, he represented Ireland at youth level. A pacey winger, he began his career at Tottenham Hotspur, setting a Premier League record as the division's youngest-ever goalscorer in September 1992. However he lost his first-team place and was sent out on loan to Wycombe Wanderers, Doncaster Rovers, Huddersfield Town and Southend United. He was sold on to Portsmouth for a £250,000 fee in September 1996. He suffered a bad ankle injury at Portsmouth and was sold on to Crystal Palace for £75,000 in October 1998, before moving on to Wolverhampton Wanderers in March 1999. He signed with Rotherham United in June 1999, and helped the club to successive promotions out of the Third Division and Second Division in 1999–2000 and 2000–01. He was loaned out to Boston United and Rochdale, before he joined Yeovil Town in June 2001. He was loaned out to Nuneaton Borough and Kettering Town, and helped Kettering to win the Southern League Premier Division title in 2001–02. After spending the 2002–03 season with Tamworth and Northampton Town, he went on to enjoy spells with Northwich Victoria, Moor Green, Sutton Coldfield Town, Cinderford Town, Belper Town, Banbury United and Chasetown. He helped Chasetown to win the Midland Alliance title in 2005–06. He coached at Wolverhampton Wanderers, Chasetown and Kidsgrove Athletic, before he was appointed as manager of Alsager Town in May 2012. He resigned in January 2014, and went on to coach at Coalville Town and Nottingham Forest. He spent 2015 to November 2017 as manager at Romulus, before going on to coach at Shepshed Dynamo and Port Vale. He returned to manage Alsager Town for a second spell in May 2018, before taking a coaching position in Bangladesh 12 months later. (en)
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  • Andrew Peter Turner (born 23 March 1975) is a former professional footballer and coach. His father is Pat Turner, who played football professionally for Charlton Athletic. Born in England, he represented Ireland at youth level. A pacey winger, he began his career at Tottenham Hotspur, setting a Premier League record as the division's youngest-ever goalscorer in September 1992. However he lost his first-team place and was sent out on loan to Wycombe Wanderers, Doncaster Rovers, Huddersfield Town and Southend United. He was sold on to Portsmouth for a £250,000 fee in September 1996. He suffered a bad ankle injury at Portsmouth and was sold on to Crystal Palace for £75,000 in October 1998, before moving on to Wolverhampton Wanderers in March 1999. He signed with Rotherham United in June 1999, (en)
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