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Tommy Wright

Position Striker
Born 10 Jan 1966, Dunfermline (Scotland)
Height 175 cm
Weight 70 kg
International Caps Scotland: 1 U21, ? Youth

Club From To Apps Goals Sold for
Leeds United 01 Jan 1982 03 Oct 1986 92 28 £80000
Oldham Athletic 03 Oct 1986 01 Aug 1989 112 23 £350000
Leicester City 01 Aug 1989 01 Jul 1992 129 22 £650000
Middlesbrough 01 Jul 1992 01 Jul 1995 53 5 £0
Bradford City 01 Jul 1995 01 Aug 1997 45 5 £0
Oldham Athletic 01 Aug 1997 01 Jun 1998 12 2  

Leeds Career League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other Season Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1982 - 1983 3(1)1 0  0  0  0 
1983 - 1984 23(2)8 33 0(1)  0  0 
1984 - 1985 41(1)14 1  31 0  0 
1985 - 1986 6(4)1 0  0(1)  0  0 
1986 - 1987 0  0  0(1)  0  0(1) 
Total 73(8)24 43 3(3)1 0  0(1) 

Jabba's Comments

Compact Scottish forward who was picked up by the club as a 16-year-old and made his debut at the age of 17. The following season he became a regular, and his goal-scoring talents looked like they had a promising future at the club. After a couple of injuries, he found himself sidelined and subsequently sold to Oldham by Billy Bremner. His one and only international honour came as a substitute in an U-21 game against Belgium. His best spell as a player probably came during his time at Leicester, when he held down a regular place for 3 years and picked up a respectable number of goals: his time at Boro was less productive with injuries starting to prove his undoing.

Sara Millard says: Tommy Wright currently plays for KLFC or so his sponsored car says so, but who are they? Any ideas? (Sara later answers herself: Kings Lynn Football Club). He currently trains St Philips RC School's football team (Middleton, Leeds), where he attends church most Sundays!

Scott says: Tommy Wright had a spell at St Johnstone and Livingston as well

pete says: i met tommy while he was playing for bradford city fc,and what a great character he is,i would love to get in touch with him again,can anyone help plz

Garry Wright says: i am tommy's nephew he is now retired playing he is youth coach at oldham and still stays in wakefield

Danny Connelly says: I used live next door to Tommy when he played at Oldham. I remember Dennis Irwin used to come and pick him up in the morning for training. His wife was one of Benny Hills Angels her name is Joanne. I now live in Florida USA but remember the nights we used to kick a ball around on Parkside School soccer field in Beeston Leeds. Would really like to speak with him again.

Anon says: I'm not realy into football. I work in a corner shop in wakefield mr. wright comes in now and again and lives near me. some kid told me who he was so i looked on the internet and found this site!!!

Mark Whittam says: i am good mates with tommys son and tommy has trained myself in playing. he is football a great bloke and has time for anyone that talks to him

Jack says: I played under Tommy when i was at Oldham Athletic U 16's, he was my manager and he is probably the best manager i have had. It would be nice to speak to him again.

scott white says: I played against - mostly missed - Tommy regularly at primary school and high school level. He was the finest player we ever came up against. He played they won easily. If he did not play we won - as long as we got basy Ainsley! Loved his football, his folks and his friends. A top bloke

Brogan Wright (his daughter) says: Tommy Wright is my dad he is the best player in the world according to me.I love him so much and are proud of his acchievements.

scott s says: i Play cricket with his son, i only just realised who his dad was haha. great guy though!



 

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