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10 Of The Greatest Moments Ever Produced By Andy Reid's Glorious Left Boot

By PJ Browne
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Andy Reid retired from football on Friday at the age of 34. A persistent groin injury was ultimate reason for the Dubliner having to call it a day.

Reid's career in English football began with Nottingham Forest - it also finished there. In between, he would play for Spurs, Charlton, Sunderland, Sheffield United and Blackpool. He also won 29 caps for Ireland, scoring four times.

Wherever he played, Reid's most noted attributed was a wand-like left boot - one which could open defences with an incisive cross, a pinpoint cross or a searing shot.

Goal - Ireland vs Cyprus, November 2004


First Spurs goal - vs Aston Villa, May 2005



Dramatic winner - Sunderland vs West Ham, March 2008



Crossfield ball for Daryl Murphy wondergoal - Sunderland vs Wigan, February 2008.


This chip - Norwich vs Sunderland, August 2009


Goal - Wigan vs Nottingham Forest. August 2013





Goal - Nottingham Forest vs Watford, August 2013




Goal - Doncaster vs Nottingham Forest, September 2013



Goal - Nottingham Forest vs Blackburn, January 2014




This cross - Nottingham Forest vs Watford, January 2014.



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