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Where did Shaun Wright Phillips play professional soccer?

Where did Shaun Wright Phillips play professional soccer?

He played in the Premier League and Football League for Manchester City, Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers, in Major League Soccer for the New York Red Bulls, in the United Soccer League for the New York Red Bulls II and Phoenix Rising FC, and at senior international level for the England national team.

Who is Shaun Wright Phillips Son playing for?

Wright-Phillips is of Trinidadian and Grenadian descent. Wright-Phillips has a son, D’Margio Wright-Phillips, who plays for Blackburn Rovers U18s on a youth loan from the Manchester City Academy. He is also capped for England U16s. Wright-Phillips was released by Nottingham Forest aged 17 and Manchester City took him to Maine Road.

Why did Shaun Wright Phillips swear at Gareth Southgate?

On 29 October, Wright-Phillips swore at former Middlesbrough manager Gareth Southgate during Manchester City’s 2–0 defeat to his club, after Southgate complained about Wright-Phillips appearing to go down too easily after a challenge. The Football Association warned Wright-Phillips about his future conduct.

When did Shaun Wright Phillips join New York Red Bulls?

In June 2015, Wright-Phillips began training with Major League Soccer club the New York Red Bulls to regain fitness following his departure from QPR. Impressing head coach Jesse Marsch, he suggested he would sign for the club when his contract officially expired on 30 June.

What did Shaun Wright Phillips do for Manchester City?

Brought on as substitute striker, he helped his team turn a 1–0 deficit into a 2–1 win. His shot resulted in the first Manchester City goal, which Wright-Phillips attempted to claim, though the strike was later credited as an own goal instead. He then started the next two matches in place of Paul Dickov, who was absent through injury.