Former England, Manchester City and Chelsea winger Shaun Wright-Phillips retires from soccer aged 37
- Former England winger Shaun Wright-Phillips has introduced his retirement
- Wright-Phillips was capped by the Three Lions on 36 events, scoring six targets
- He had two spells at Manchester City and gained the Premier League with Chelsea
Former England winger Shaun Wright-Phillips has introduced his retirement from soccer on the age of 37.
Wright-Phillips was capped 36 occasions by the Three Lions, scoring six targets, together with a strike in opposition to Ukraine on his debut in 2004. He was a part of the England squad on the 2010 World Cup.
After being launched by Nottingham Forest as a teenager, Wright-Phillips joined Manchester City, who he helped to win the First Division in 2002.
Former England winger Shuan Wright-Phillips has retired from taking part in on the age of 37
Wright Phillips was capped by England on 36 events and scored six occasions for his nation
In 2005, Wright-Phillips made the change to Chelsea, and, though he struggled for consistency throughout his time at Stamford Bridge, he gained the Premier League title within the 2005-06 marketing campaign in addition to the FA Cup in 2007.
Having fallen out of favour at Chelsea, he rejoined City in 2008 and went on to function prominently for the membership previous to shifting to QPR.
Wright-Phillips had two spells with Manchester City, having initially joined as a teenager
Between 2011 and 2015, Wright-Phillips performed for QPR, making 74 appearances in whole
SHAUN WRIGHT-PHILLIPS’ CAREER
1999-2005: Manchester City – 181 video games, 31 targets
2005-2008: Chelsea – 125 video games, 10 targets
2008-2011: Manchester City – 94 video games, 16 targets
2011-2015: Queens Park Rangers – 74 video games, two targets
2015-2016: New York Pink Bulls – 25 video games, one aim
2017: Phoenix Rising – 27 video games, three targets
2004-2010: England – 36 video games, six targets
Soccer League First Division: 2001-02
Premier League: 2005-06
FA Cup: 2007
Group Defend: 2005
Within the latter phases of his profession Wright-Phillips had spells in America with New York Pink Bulls and Phoenix Rising.
The adopted son of Arsenal legend Ian Wright, Wright-Phillips’ son D’Margio presently performs for City at U18 degree.