Andrew Shinnie

Andrew Shinnie remains positive ahead of ‘massive’ run for Livingston

Andrew Shinnie senses a chance for Livingston to pick up some much-needed points before the winter break after winning none of their last six games. The Lions have had a tough run recently, with four of those matches pitting them against big city clubs Celtic, Rangers, Hearts and Aberdeen.
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Livingston face Andrew Shinnie decision ahead of Rangers clash

Livingston manager David Martindale is considering leaving goal hero Andrew Shinnie out of their Ibrox cup clash after his lone striker exertions against Celtic. Martindale described Shinnie’s performance as one of the best he had seen from a number nine during his time at the club after the former Inverness, Birmingham and Charlton player netted a brilliant winner on Sunday in an unfamiliar role.
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Watch: Highlights as Andrew Shinnie goal punishes Celtic

Andrew Shinnie’s first half goal consigned Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic to a third defeat of the season. Just six games in, Postecoglou needs to enjoy a faultless run of form in the coming weeks as Celtic sit sixth in the table. Despite an impressive start in West Lothian, Celtic came undone as Jackson Longridge’s cross found Shinnie, who managed to get away from Welsh and dispatch a fierce effort into the top corner.

Celtic slip up on the road again as Andrew Shinnie secures win for Livingston

Andrew Shinnie’s first-half strike consigned Celtic to a sixth defeat in seven away games under Ange Postecoglou as their poor record at Livingston continued. Shinnie got across Stephen Welsh and fired the only goal into the top corner in the 25th minute to earn Livi their first cinch Premiership win of the season and take them off the bottom of the table.

Andrew Shinnie: Livingston sign attacker on two-year deal

Former Scotland attacker Andrew Shinnie has joined Livingston on a two-year deal. The 32-year-old leaves Charlton Athletic after previous spells at Luton, Hibs, Rotherham, Birmingham, Inverness, Dundee and Rangers. His sole international appearance came in Scotland's win over Luxembourg in 2012. "I see Andrew operating anywhere along the front four,"...

Andrew Shinnie signing a ‘real coup’ for Livingston, says boss David Martindale

Livingston manager David Martindale has hailed a transfer “coup” after capturing Andrew Shinnie on a two-year deal. The former Scotland cap arrives from Charlton, where he scored three goals in 29 appearances last season. The 32-year-old was previously with Birmingham and Luton after leaving Inverness in 2013, although he spent...

Deji Oshilaja, Darren Pratley and Andrew Shinnie released by Charlton Athletic

League One club Charlton have released defender Deji Oshilaja and midfielders Darren Pratley and Andrew Shinnie. Pratley, 36, scored seven goals in 111 appearances for the Addicks, while Oshilaja, 27, featured 47 times. Shinnie, 31, played 29 times after joining this season, initially on loan. Meanwhile, midfielders Marcus Maddison and...

Andrew Shinnie completes permanent move from Luton to Charlton

Andrew Shinnie has signed permanently for Charlton having been on loan from Luton since October. The 31-year-old has made 16 appearances for the League One play-off chasers, scoring in their win over Oxford as well as a last-minute equaliser against Swindon. Manager Lee Bowyer told Charlton’s website: “We’d like to...