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Andrew George "Andy" Hinchcliffe (born 5 February 1969 in Manchestermarker, Greater Manchestermarker) is a former Englishmarker footballer. Formerly of Manchester City, Everton and Sheffield Wednesday, he played as a left sided defender or wing back.

Whilst at City, Hinchcliffe was one of the scorers in the Manchester derby on 23 September, 1989 in a 5–1 victory over Manchester United. Hinchcliffe won the 1995 FA Cup while with Everton and enjoyed the best form of his career at the club, winning seven full England caps. His England debut came in a 3–0 away victory over Moldova on 1 September, 1996, in what was manager Glenn Hoddle's first game in charge. After injury problems he was sold by the Toffees to Wednesday where he played for a further two years. Hinchcliffe retired from playing football in March 2002 following surgery on his left knee.

Hinchcliffe now works as a football commentator on Key 103 and Magic 1152 Manchester, summarising on all Manchester City games.

Miscellaneous

Like his Everton team-mate, Duncan Ferguson, Hinchcliffe has inspired a composition by the Finnishmarker composer Osmo Tapio Räihälä, who wrote an orchestral work titled Hinchcliffe Thumper - Tha' Bloody Intermezzo in 1993. The work was premiered in Malmömarker, Swedenmarker in 1994.

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