Monday, 4 April 2016

Reid was Valley favourite

This week's Football League Paper profiles Andy Reid, noting that his 'career was rekindled by a switch to Charlton in 2006. Though they were relegated from the Premier League, he scored nine goals in 40 games and was a huge crowd favourite before being lured back to the Premiership with Sunderland in a £5m deal.'

He emphasises that he was not obsessed with football and while he was at Charlton he was a regular at the Natural History Museum, the Greenwich Observatory and the theatres of the West End. He is also an accomplished guitar player and owns 23 of them.

1 comment:

Dave said...

Andy Reid would often spend a large part of Sundays in pubs in Greenwich with his guitar where he was always happy to do a slot. A really genuinely ordinary and decent bloke as well as a talented man.