Date and Place of Birth
10th November 1968 - AMESBURY
Transfers to and from Burnley
from ALDERSHOT - 12th December 1991 (£40,000)
to YORK CITY - 28th December 1995 (£140,000)
First and Last Burnley Games
ROTHERHAM UNITED (h) - 26th December 1991
sub: replaced Andy Farrell
CHESTERFIELD (h) - 9th December 1995
YORK CITY, BURY
Burnley Career Stats
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Profile by Kevin Foote
Midfielder Adrian Randall started his career at Bournemouth, and won two England Youth caps at the Cannes Youth Tournament in March 1986 while serving his apprenticeship there.
After only a brief taste of league action at Dean Court he joined Aldershot in September 1988 but in his first season at Aldershot they were relegated from the Third Division and in the following two seasons they struggled in the Fourth Division.
Adrian Randall became Jimmy Mullen's first signing in December 1991 for a fee of £40,000. When on top form he was a joy to watch, Randall's abundant skill and potential were never in doubt.
He was in the team that won the Fourth Division Championship in 1992 and made a significant contribution to the promotion success of 1994, although he never played in any of the play off matches.
During the 1994/95 season Randall looked capable of forming an influential midfield partnership with Steve Thompson but Thompson's injury meant that the pairing was given little chance to flourish. That disappointing campaign ended in relegation.
In 1995/96 season Randall started the season in a Claret shirt but at Christmas 1995 Second Division York City signed him for £140,000. York won their last game of the season to cling on to their Second Division status.
Adrian Randall ended his career at Bury, Stan Ternent signed him from York City In December 1996 for £100,000.