Shaun Wright-Phillips

Shaun Cameron Wright-Phillips (born 25 October 1981) is an English former professional footballer who played as a winger. 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.

Shaun Wright-Phillips
Wright-Phillips warming up for Chelsea in 2008
Personal information
Full name Shaun Cameron Wright-Phillips[1]
Date of birth (1981-10-25) 25 October 1981[1]
Place of birth Greenwich, England
Height 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)[2]
Position(s) Winger
Youth career
Nottingham Forest
0000–1999 Manchester City
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1999–2005 Manchester City 153 (26)
2005–2008 Chelsea 82 (4)
2008–2011 Manchester City 64 (9)
2011–2015 Queens Park Rangers 67 (1)
2015–2016 New York Red Bulls 21 (1)
2016 → New York Red Bulls II (loan) 1 (0)
2017 Phoenix Rising FC 26 (3)
Total 413 (44)
National team
2001–2002 England U21 6 (1)
2004–2010 England 36 (6)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

A Nottingham Forest youth product, he spent 13 seasons playing in the Premier League during spells with Manchester City, Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers. In 2015, he joined Major League Soccer club New York Red Bulls alongside his brother, Bradley. Wright-Phillips joined Phoenix Rising FC in 2017.

The England international scored six goals in 36 appearances for the national team, which included selection for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Early life

Wright-Phillips is the son of former England international Ian Wright, who adopted him at the age of three.[3] His younger brother, Bradley Wright-Phillips, is also a professional footballer and the all-time top scorer for the New York Red Bulls.[4] Born in Greenwich,[1] he grew up in Brockley and attended Haberdashers' Aske's Hatcham College in New Cross Gate.[5] Wright-Phillips is of Trinidadian and Grenadian descent.[6]

Club career

Manchester City

Wright-Phillips was released by Nottingham Forest aged 17 and Manchester City took him to Maine Road. He made his first-team debut as a substitute in the second leg of a League Cup match against Burnley, replacing Terry Cooke.[7] His league debut came two months later at Port Vale. 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.[8] He then started the next two matches in place of Paul Dickov, who was absent through injury. Once Dickov recovered, Wright-Phillips returned to the reserves, making only one further first team appearance that season. City finished second in the First Division, resulting in promotion to the Premier League for the 2000–01 season.

Wright-Phillips featured more regularly than the previous season but was still not fully established in the first team, making 12 starts and seven substitute appearances playing in a variety of attacking positions. Manchester City's stay in the Premier League was brief; at the end of the season they were relegated.

Under Keegan, Wright-Phillips firmly established himself in the first team, not as a forward, but as a wing-back.[9] Keegan was known for playing attacking football, and decided to use the attacking Wright-Phillips in a traditionally defensive position due to his mobility and dribbling ability.[9] From 2000 to 2003, Wright-Phillips won Manchester City's Young Player of the Year award four times in succession,[10] surpassing Steve Kinsey's record of three times.[11]

On 17 November 2004, he became one of the main targets of racist chants from sections of the Spanish crowd at an international friendly between England and Spain in Madrid. However, he brushed that aside with his performance in his next Manchester City appearance at Portsmouth, saying to reporters after the match, "I just let the football do the talking."[12] He also has a similar response regarding his father, saying in an interview with "The press brought up my adopted father's name. They relate to his name and that is fine by me – it comes with the name, but I will be my own man. I have made my own path and started to take my own steps.".[13] His son is also going through City's youth ranks at the moment.[14]


Wright-Phillips playing for Chelsea in 2008

On 18 July 2005, Wright-Phillips completed a £21 million move to Premier League champions Chelsea, returning to his native London. He joined the club on a five-year contract after agreeing to personal terms and passing a medical. He had previously said he would not leave Manchester City.[15] His appearances were initially limited, starting only 15 times for Chelsea in 2005–06 and struggling to find scoring form. An inconsistent first season with Chelsea culminated in him missing out on the opportunity to travel to Germany with the England squad for the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

Despite making few first-team appearances, Wright-Phillips maintained that he was happy at Chelsea and wanted to stay and fight for a first-team place. He received a boost from his manager José Mourinho, when the latter declined to make an approach for Real Betis winger Joaquín, stating that he had enough options in terms of wingers. His first goal for the club came in a 2–0 Champions League win over Levski Sofia on 5 December 2006, in his 52nd match and almost 17 months after his transfer.[16]

As 2006–07 progressed, Wright-Phillips picked up form and scored his first league goal against West Ham United on 18 April, following it up with his second in the same match.[17] Subsequently, he started in several matches towards the end of the season including the 2007 FA Cup Final which Chelsea won.[18]

At the beginning of 2007–08, Wright-Phillips maintained his starting place on the right wing. He also maintained his place after José Mourinho left Chelsea and under new coach Avram Grant. He was selected to play in the 2008 League Cup Final, which Chelsea lost to Tottenham Hotspur.[19] He only made another six appearances that season and failed to make the match day squad for the 2008 UEFA Champions League Final. Having made 65 starting appearances for the club, with a further 60 as a substitute, Wright-Phillips had been unable to secure a regular place in the team under Grant and Mourinho. After falling out of favour with new manager Luiz Felipe Scolari, he was allowed to leave the club.

Return to Manchester City

Wright-Phillips lining up for Manchester City in 2010

On 28 August 2008, he re-joined former club Manchester City on a four-year contract for an undisclosed fee, believed to be in the region of £8.5 million.[20][21] On his second debut, Wright-Phillips scored two goals against Sunderland in the 0–3 away win in the Premier League.[22] His third goal for City came in a 6–0 victory over Portsmouth on 21 September 2008. Wright-Phillips equalled his entire goalscoring record at Chelsea just over a month after returning to City. His right footed drive in the second half against Omonia Nicosia on 2 October helped steer City through to the group stages of the UEFA Cup for the first time. 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.[23] The Football Association warned Wright-Phillips about his future conduct.

The 2009–10 season started very well for Wright-Phillips, setting up a goal for Emmanuel Adebayor in the third minute in a 2–0 win against Blackburn Rovers. Three weeks later against Arsenal, he set up a goal for Adebayor before scoring one for himself. He followed that up with a goal in a League Cup tie with Crystal Palace. He went on to score in three successive home matches against Burnley, Hull City and then Arsenal in the League Cup. He found himself in-and-out of the team under manager Roberto Mancini, with new signing Adam Johnson's form forcing Wright-Phillips to be a substitute in most matches, including City's match at his former club Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. He came off the bench to replace Johnson in the 60th minute and then set up Craig Bellamy's second goal in the 4–2 win. Despite his impact in the match, Wright-Phillips had not secured a place in the team. He started for City on the final match of the 2009–10 Premier League against West Ham at Upton Park, where he scored the equaliser in a 1–1 draw.

The 2010–11 season saw Wright-Phillips only make seven league appearances, with the increased competition for places following the signings of David Silva and Yaya Touré resulting in him rarely being included in the club's matchday squad. City won the 2010–11 FA Cup, and despite being left out of the squad for the final, he did contribute some appearances earlier in the cup run,[24] including coming on as a substitute against Manchester United in the semi-final.[25]

Queens Park Rangers

On 31 August 2011, the final day of the transfer window, Wright-Phillips signed for Queens Park Rangers (QPR) on a three-year contract for an undisclosed fee.[26] He made his full debut for QPR against Newcastle United on 12 September 2011, making the starting line-up and winning man of the match by supporters.[27] He failed to score a goal for almost a year before scoring his first the following season for QPR against Walsall in the League Cup on 28 August 2012.[28] His only goal for QPR in the Premier League came during the derby against former club Chelsea on 2 January 2013, which ended 1–0.[29] Despite this, QPR would find themselves relegated to the Championship at the end of the season. QPR would return to the Premiership at the first time of asking, defeating Derby County in the play-off finals, though Wright-Phillips would increasingly find his role throughout the season diminished to the occasional cameo from the subs bench and reserve outings. After featuring even more sporadically during 2014–15, QPR announced that Wright-Phillips would be released from his contract in a batch of players that included fellow former England internationals Rio Ferdinand and Joey Barton.[30]

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.[31] Impressing head coach Jesse Marsch, he suggested he would sign for the club when his contract officially expired on 30 June.[32]

On 27 July, he completed a move to join his brother, Bradley Wright-Phillips, at the New York Red Bulls.[33] He made his debut on 1 August, coming off the bench to win a penalty and assist his brother in a 3–1 victory at the Philadelphia Union.[34] Wright-Phillips was named in the MLS Team of the Week following the performance.[35]

Wright-Phillips was released by the Red Bulls at the end of the 2015 Major League Soccer season, but was later re-signed on 25 January 2016.[36][37]

Phoenix Rising FC

On 23 February 2017, Wright-Phillips signed for United Soccer League club Phoenix Rising FC.[38] He made his debut on 26 March 2017, in a 1–0 defeat to Toronto FC II.[39]

Wright-Phillips announced his retirement from playing on 24 August 2019 at the age of 37.[40]

International career

Wright-Phillips made his England debut as a substitute for Nicky Butt against Ukraine on 18 August 2004. He scored the last of England's goals in a 3–0 win, described by BBC Sport as "crowning a solo run with a stunning finish."[41] He was a regular member of England's squad during qualification for the 2006 FIFA World Cup and made his first competitive start in a 0–1 away win over Wales.[42] After a decline in form, however, especially a poor performance away to Northern Ireland, and a lack of matches following his move to Chelsea, he missed out on a place in the squad for the World Cup finals.[43]

After a good start to the 2007–08 season, Wright-Phillips received an England recall to play against Germany in a friendly match at the new Wembley Stadium. [44] Wright-Phillips was brought on as a substitute in the second half during the match in which England lost 2–1 to Germany and he was named the England sponsor's man of the match after an impressive performance.

On 8 September 2007, Wright-Phillips was selected to start against Israel in a UEFA Euro 2008 qualifier he scored the first goal in the 3–0 victory and won the England sponsor's man of the match award with his performance. He was then selected to start for England against Estonia and scored his third goal for England and the opener in a third consecutive 3–0 win at Wembley. [45] He was selected in England's critical Euro 2008 qualifying match against Croatia, substituted at half time in favour of David Beckham with England trailing 2–0, with England eventually losing 3–2 and therefore missing out on Euro 2008.[46]

On 14 October 2009, with England having already qualified for World Cup 2010, Wright-Phillips was selected in the starting XI against Belarus at Wembley Stadium."[47] Unusually, he was joined in the team (which was missing Wayne Rooney through injury) by Tottenham Hotspur's Aaron Lennon, meaning England played with two recognised wingers. Mid-way through the second half, Wright-Phillips drove in a shot from the edge of the penalty area which beat the dive of the Belarus goalkeeper. He appeared as a second-half substitute against Egypt on 3 March 2010, scoring England's second goal and assisting Peter Crouch for the third as they came from behind to win 3–1.[48]

On 1 June 2010, Wright-Phillips was selected for England's final 23-man squad that was to play in the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.[49] He appeared as a substitute in England's opening two group matches against United States and Algeria.[50][51]

Personal life

Wright-Phillips has a son, D'Margio Wright-Phillips, who plays for Stoke City. [52] He is also capped for England U16s.[53]

Career statistics


Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League National Cup[lower-alpha 1] League Cup[lower-alpha 2] Continental Other Total
Manchester City 1999–2000[54] First Division 40001050
2000–01[55] Premier League 1500040190
2001–02[56] First Division 3583020408
2002–03[57] Premier League 3111020341
2003–04[58] Premier League 34741226[lower-alpha 3]14611
2004–05[59] Premier League 341010213711
Total 15326911336118131
Chelsea 2005–06[60] Premier League 27040106[lower-alpha 4]01[lower-alpha 5]0390
2006–07[61] Premier League 27273306[lower-alpha 4]11[lower-alpha 5]0446
2007–08[62] Premier League 27231515[lower-alpha 4]01[lower-alpha 5]0414
2008–09[63] Premier League 1010
Total 824144911713012510
Manchester City 2008–09[63] Premier League 27510009[lower-alpha 3]3378
2009–10[64] Premier League 3042162387
2010–11[24] Premier League 7030009[lower-alpha 6]1191
2011–12[65] Premier League 000000
Total 6496162184009416
Queens Park Rangers 2011–12[65] Premier League 32020340
2012–13[66] Premier League 2011011222
2013–14[67] Championship 110002000130
2014–15[68] Premier League 40001050
Total 671304100742
New York Red Bulls 2015[69] Major League Soccer 141141
2016[69] Major League Soccer 70103[lower-alpha 7]0110
Total 2111030251
New York Red Bulls II (loan) 2016[69] United Soccer League 1010
Phoenix Rising FC 2017[69] United Soccer League 26310273
Career total 413443463274463052763
  1. Includes FA Cup, U.S. Open Cup
  2. Includes League Cup
  3. Appearances in UEFA Cup
  4. Appearances in UEFA Champions League
  5. Appearance in FA Community Shield
  6. Appearances in UEFA Europa League
  7. Appearances in CONCACAF Champions League


Appearances and goals by national team and year
National teamYearAppsGoals
England 200431
England score listed first, score column indicates score after each Wright-Phillips goal.[71]
List of international goals scored by Shaun Wright-Phillips
No. Date Venue Cap Opponent Score Result Competition Ref
1 18 August 2004St James' Park, Newcastle upon Tyne, England1 Ukraine3–03–0Friendly[41]
2 8 September 2007Wembley Stadium, London, England14 Israel1–03–0UEFA Euro 2008 qualification[72]
3 13 October 2007Wembley Stadium, London, England16 Estonia1–03–0UEFA Euro 2008 qualification[73]
4 6 February 2008Wembley Stadium, London, England19  Switzerland2–12–1Friendly[74]
5 14 October 2009Wembley Stadium, London, England28 Belarus2–03–02010 FIFA World Cup qualification[75]
6 3 March 2010Wembley Stadium, London, England30 Egypt2–13–1Friendly[76]


Manchester City

  • Football League First Division: 2001–02[77]




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