Oban, Argyll & Bute born winger Andy Gardner started his football career with junior clubs Kilbarchan Victoria in 1893 and Kilbarchan in 1894 before joining Scottish League Clyde in 1895, with whom he spent six years before moving south to join First Division Grimsby Town in May 1901, making his Football League debut against Derby County that September.
After 4 goals in 33 appearances during 1901-02 he was signed by Newcastle United in September 1902, but his opportunities at St James’ Park were limited to 3 goals in 10 appearances and he left in May 1903 to join Bolton Wanderers, where he scored once in 8 appearances only before leaving to join Southern League Brighton & Hove Albion a year later. He had only one season with Brighton before joining Queen’s Park Rangers in 1905, where he played two seasons before joining Carlisle United in 1907. A return to Scotland with Johnstone in 1908 lasted only a season before he returned to Carlisle in 1909, where he finished his playing career.
NB the image is from the linked team group.