WPL career details for Andy Legg

Not in Welsh Premier
Neath-born and capped six times by Wales, started his career at Briton Ferry before signing for Swansea, where he scored 29 goals from 163 Football League appearances. Moved to Notts County, adding another 89 appearances, before playing at Birmingham City, Ipswich Town (loan), Reading and Peterborough. Then played 175 times for Cardiff City before returning to Peterborough, where he was also assistant manager to Steve Bleasdale and featured briefly in the TV series Big Ron Manager alongside Ron Atkinson and Barry Fry. Left London Road when a tumour was found on his neck in 2005 but an operation to remove it was successful and he was able to return to football. After a brief spell at Newport County, he joined Llanelli in the summer of 2006. Returned to Nottinghamshire to be nearer his home and played and managed at Hucknall Town but, after a disastrous start to the 2007/8 season, resigned and returned to the Reds. Renowned for having one of the longest throws in football and once held the world record. Appointed manager of Llanelli at the end of April 2009 following the shock dismissal of Peter Nicholas and named in the league's team of the season.
BORN 28/07/1966 AGE 52
COUNTRY WAL
POSITION M
ALL-TIME WELSH PREMIER APPEARANCES
SEASON
CLUB
APPS
SUB
GOALS
2006-07
Llanelli AFC
4
0
0
2007-08
Llanelli AFC
24
2
1
2008-09
Llanelli AFC
32
1
4
2009-10
Llanelli AFC
21
6
2
2010-11
Llanelli AFC
9
9
0
2011-12
Llanelli AFC
0
3
0
2012-13
Llanelli AFC
0
3
0
Totals  
90
24
7
CURRENT CAMPAIGN (WHERE APPLICABLE)
SEASON
COMP APPS SUB GOALS YEL RED
2018-2019League Cup00000
2018-2019Welsh Premier League00000
NB: Welsh Cup stats are unavailable as the FAW does not record player appearances for all rounds of the competition.