Andy Whing Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Andy Whing Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Andy Whing is an English football manager and former professional player who played as a right back. He is the manager of Southern League Premier Division Central club Banbury United.

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Andy Whing Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 20 September 1984
Birth Day June 27
Birth Years 1984
Age 37 years old
Birth Place Egypt
Birth City
Birth Country Egypt
Nationality Egyptian
Famous As English association football manager and former player
Also Known for English association football manager and former player
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Occupation English association football manager and former player

Famously known by the Family name Andrew John Whing, is a great English association football manager and former player. He was born on 20 September 1984, in Egypt

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Andrew John Whing Net Worth

Andrew John Whing has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as English association football manager and former player. Popularly known as the English association football manager and former player of Egypt. He is seen as one of the most successful English association football manager and former player of all times. Andrew John Whing Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful Egyptian English association football manager and former player.

Andy entered the career as English association football manager and former player In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Andy Whing Personal Life, Relationships and Dating

From August 2008 to April 2009, Whing was a columnist for the Worthing Herald newspaper.

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Life Story & Timeline

2020

Whing was appointed as manager of Southern League Premier Division Central club Banbury United on 12 May 2020, with his former Oxford United teammate James Constable as his assistant.

2019

In September 2019, Whing joined National League North club Hereford and was re-united with former manager Russell Slade.

2017

At the end of the season, Whing announced that he would not be signing a new playing contract with Oxford, although he was in talks over a new role at the club. He had previously hinted about his retirement from professional football, citing his injury, and had already started a UEFA B Licence course. In late November, Whing was appointed jointly with Leon Blackmore-Such as the club’s under-18 coach. In September 2017 he left, after six years as a player and coach with the club, to become head coach of the under-23 side at Kidderminster Harriers.

On 18 September 2017, Whing was announced as the new head coach of Kidderminster Harriers’ under-23 team.

2014

Shortly after the end of the 2013–14 season, Whing had an operation on his hip, resulting in him missing the start of the 2014–15 season. After playing his first match of the season in the reserve side, Whing made his first appearance of the 2014–15 season, coming on as a substitute for Brian Howard in the 57th minute of a televised 5–1 defeat to Cambridge United on 11 October 2014. He expressed “delight” on making his return, and remained in midfield in the first team, before suffering a hip injury during a reserve match against Southend United. He made three more appearances towards the end of the season, in which he made 21 appearances in total.

2013

However, he made fewer starts the following season after a hernia operation and losing his right-back position to new signing Louis Carey. He did, however, provide a moment that will never be forgotten by Coventry fans in scoring the last ever goal for Coventry City at Highfield Road in the 6–2 win over Derby County in the 2004–05 season. He was the recipient of the goal of the season award and a special award for the historic goal. His running high-five celebration became the moment that almost all Coventry fans remember him for. This helped the full-back’s return to the regular first-team selection during the first season at the Ricoh Arena, in which he played 36 times in all competitions.

At the start of the 2013–14 season, Whing regained his right-back position. In the absence of captain Jake Wright, he was made captain for the match against Cheltenham Town on 14 September 2013, which ended 2–2. After the match, Whing described the award of the captain’s armband as a “privilege”. In the next game, a 1–0 defeat to Chesterfield, Whing was sent off in the 67th minute for a professional foul on Eoin Doyle. After serving a suspension and making his return, Whing suffered an ankle injury during a match against Mansfield Town, which led to his being sidelined until January. An operation further extended his period out of the team, and he remained on the sidelines until 21 March 2014, when he made his return to the starting eleven in a 1–0 win over Hartlepool United. Whing went on to make eighteen appearances for the club in 2013–14.

2012

In the 2012–13 season Whing retained his number 16 shirt. However, he suffered a groin injury that kept him out of the team for the first part of the season. By early October, he had returned to training and returned to the first team on 15 October 2012, coming on as a substitute for 82nd minutes for Tom Craddock, in a 3–0 loss against Port Vale. He scored his first goal for Oxford in a 2–2 draw at Barnet on 20 November 2012. He subsequently suffered an injury to his knee and ankle during a FA Cup match against Accrington Stanley on 1 December 2012. After making a recovery in early February, he returned to the first team, coming on as a substitute for Adam Chapman in the final minutes of a 3–0 loss against Plymouth Argyle on 16 February 2013. His second Oxford goal was an uncharacteristic scissor-kick against Rochdale that left keeper Josh Lillis stunned. Despite being restricted by injury to 22 appearances, Whing signed a contract with the club keeping him until 2016. At the end of the season, Whing was awarded Goal of the Season for his goal against Rochdale.

2011

Instead, Whing signed a two-year deal with Oxford United when his contract with Leyton Orient expired in the summer of 2011. He said of Oxford: “This is a fantastic club with a lovely stadium and it gets great attendances that are worthy of a Championship side and it shows the potential here.”

Whing made his Oxford United debut in the opening game of the 2011–12 season, a 1–0 loss against Rotherham United, on 6 August 2011. Apart from a minor illness, he remained in the first team throughout the season. After initial criticism, he won the Supporters Player of the Year Award at the end of the season.

2010

However, under new manager Gus Poyet, Whing found first-team opportunities at Brighton very limited; therefore, on 5 March 2010, he was allowed to join League Two side Chesterfield on loan until the end of the season. He made his Chesterfield debut four days later, coming on as a substitute for Dan Gray in a 1–0 loss against Notts County. Whing went on to make eleven appearances for the club.

On 28 October 2010, Whing signed for Leyton Orient on a two-month loan deal. He made his Leyton Orient debut five days later, on 2 November 2010, in a 3–2 loss against Colchester United. After impressing Os boss Russell Slade with five appearance, Whing signed for Orient until the end of the season, and his Brighton contract was cancelled by mutual consent. On 12 February 2011, he scored his first goal in several years in Orient’s 4–1 victory over Bristol Rovers. Three weeks later on 5 March 2011, he scored his second goal, in a 2–0 win over Notts County. After making 19 appearances and scoring twice, Whing was offered a one-year contract extension.

2009

In the first half of the 2009–10 season, Whing remained in the right-back position for the first seven matches until he suffered a dead leg and was substituted, in a 1–0 defeat to Wycombe Wanderers. After being sidelined for two months, he made his return from injury for the club’s reserves on 11 November 2009 against Millwall’s reserves and returned to the first team four days later, in a 3–1 win over Southampton.

2008

Whing retained his starting position at right-back at the start of the 2008–09 season, until he was dropped from the first team for one game in late November following a blunder that resulted a winning goal, in a 1–0 loss against Huddersfield Town. After making his return against Oldham Athletic, Whing hoped his good performance would keep him in the first team. Whing went on to make forty appearances for the club and, after helping them avoid relegation, was overwhelmingly voted Brighton’s player of the year for the 2008–09 season, receiving 77% of the vote. With his contract expiring at the end of the 2008–09 season, Whing attracted interest from Walsall and Leeds United, around the same time he was offered a new contract. After his move to Leeds United stalled, Whing signed a new two-year contract with Brighton.

From August 2008 to April 2009, Whing was a columnist for the Worthing Herald newspaper.

2007

Whing eventually joined Brighton permanently during the summer of 2007 after his contract ended at Coventry. On signing, Whing said joining the club was an easy decision. His first game after signing for the club on a permanent basis came in the opening game of the season, a 2–1 defeat to Crewe. He was sent off two weeks later after a second bookable offence, in a 2–0 loss against Tranmere Rovers. He remained in the first team throughout the 2007–08 season, making 42 appearances.

2006

Whing initially joined Brighton & Hove Albion on loan on 8 October 2006, initially for one month. He made his Brighton & Hove Albion debut, as a right-back, in a 3–0 loss against Blackpool. Club and fans alike were impressed by what they saw of Whing and the club extended his spell at the Withdean twice more. Despite his wishes to extend his loan deal at Brighton, Whing was recalled by Coventry on 27 December, as the team looked to reinvigorate themselves following a run of three straight defeats. Brighton then tried unsuccessfully to sign Whing on a permanent basis during the January transfer window.

2005

The 2005–06 season proved to be the high-water mark of Whing’s Coventry career. Some poor performances the following season saw him loaned and then sold to Brighton & Hove Albion, who were managed by his former manager Micky Adams. After being recalled by Coventry in late December, Whing made his first appearance in a 1–1 draw against Southend United, but was rarely selected for the first team and played in the reserves throughout the season. At the end of the season, he was among four players to be released by Coventry. After the announcement of his release, Whing was given a farewell lap of honour after the final home match of the season, having made over 100 appearances for the club.

2003

Whing made his first-team debut at Highfield Road in a Division One game against Burnley in February 2003. Following a string of first-team appearances, Whing signed his first professional contract, keeping him until 2005.

Ahead of the 2003–04 season, Whing changed shirt from 40 to 2. His first goal for Coventry came in a 3–1 home defeat against Nottingham Forest in August 2003. During the season, he made more first-team appearances, rewarded by a four-year contract and praise from manager Eric Black. Whing established himself in the first-team squad during the 2003–04 season, in which he made a total of 31 appearances in all competitions.

1984

Andrew John Whing (born 20 September 1984) is an English football manager and former professional player who played as a right back. He is the manager of Southern League Premier Division Central club Banbury United.