Born: 10 Feb 1967
Where: Nuneaton
Joined Wycombe: September 2000 - 75,000 from Walsall
Left March 2003 on free transfer to Bristol Rovers.

Wycombe Debut: Wycombe 3 Oxford Utd 1 - 8th Sep 2000 - Div 2
First Wycombe goal: Wycombe 3 Birmingham 4 - 19th Sep 2000 - WC2
Andy Rammell - picture Paul Dennis Career summary at Wycombe - 92 apps - 31 goals
Career Details including detailed breakdown while at Wycombe
Date Club League
Aug88-Sep89 Atherstone United NA NA NA NA
Sep89-Sep90 Manchester United 0(2) 0 0 0
Sep90-Feb96 Barnsley 149(36) 44 31(4)
Feb96-May98 Southend United 50(19) 13 6(4) 2
July98-Sep00 Walsall 60(9) 23 10(1) 2
2000/2001 Wycombe Wanderers 25(1) 10 14 3
2001/2002 Wycombe Wanderers 27 11 3 2
2002/2003 Wycombe Wanderers 17(4) 4 1 1
Background: Rammell was a key player in Walsall's Division Two promotion campaign of 1998/99 - scoring 18 goals but gradually fell out of favour following the arrival of Brett Angell. Began his professional career at Manchester United in 1989 before a successful six year spell at Barnsley. Also spent time at Southend United before joining Walsall in the summer of 1997.
What we think: Originally criticised by a small minority of Wycombe fans for being 'too old' and 'too expensive' but turned out to be inspired piece of business by Lawrie Sanchez. If truth be known 'Rambo' only came to Wycombe as a replacement for injury victim Steve Jones but after returning a strike rate of a goal every other game in his first 20 apps for The Chairboys, 'Rambo' was seen as key player.
A hamstring injury effectively cut short his season mid way through the 2000/2001 FA Cup run but his goal celebration following his strike against Wolves in the 4th Round will be a talking point for years to come. 2001/2002 was again injury affected but 'Rambo' again finished as top scorer at the Club with a strike rate of better than a goal every three games. The years finally caught up with the player in the 2002/3 season as injuries again restricted his appearances and form. However, a fit Andy Rammell would be a threat to any Football League defence and his contribution to the Club was greatly appreciated by the vast majority of the Wanderers following.
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