Andrew Shinnie was born in Aberdeen, but he joined Rangers at youth level and continued through the club’s ranks.
As a 17-year-old, Shinnie made his competitive debut for the Scottish giants, coming on as a substitute against his hometown club.
Proceeding to embark on two loan spells with Dundee United, Shinnie played 32 times in Scotland’s second-tier, before he was released by Rangers after the 2010/11 season.
Remaining in Scotland, the central midfielder joined Inverness Caledonian Thistle, spending two years with the Highland club.
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During his time with Inverness, Shinnie netted 19 times in 57 games, alerting the interest of the Championship.
The creative midfielder joined Birmingham City in 2013, going on to play just shy of 60 league games in two seasons with The Blues.
Shinnie was then shipped out on loan to Rotherham United in the same division for his third season as a contracted Birmingham player, before enjoying a much more productive spell with Hibernian the season after.
Shinnie then dropped down to League 2 for a third successive loan spell, which proved to be an excellent move for all involved.
Scoring a goal and providing six assists in 28 league games for Luton, Shinnie helped Luton to fourth-tier promotion that season.
Luton were then promoted again the following season, winning League One. Shinnie netted four times and assisted six during the 2018/19 campaign, winning the Players’ Player award at the club.
Shinnie struggled to gain regular minutes during Luton’s first season back in the Championship, starting just 16 games that season.
The Scotsman was then nowhere near the squad at the start of the next campaign, embarking on a loan spell with Charlton Athletic in October last year, before the move was made permanent in February.
In the summer, Shinnie returned to Scotland, but this time he signed a two-year deal with Livingston in Scotland’s top-tier.
His first goal for the club came in the form of a winner against Celtic.