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Alan Wright

Welcome to Alan Wright's profile page where we post regular news updates. In addition to press articles, you can also find pictures of the player and a list of all 'Official Player Site' articles where Alan is mentioned.

Date of Birth: 28/09/1971
Place of Birth: Ashton-under-Lyme
Nationality: English
Height: 5.04 (1.60 m)
Weight: 9.04 (59.0 Kg)
 Internet Stories: 1234 articles
Ian Wright hails Rafa Benitez for his achievement with Newcastle - 10/04/2018
Ian Wright has hailed Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez for guiding the club to tenth place in the Premier League on a shoestring budget.
Ian Wright wraps up in his Arsenal blanket - SIX THINGS YOU MISSED - 11/03/2018
There was plenty of drama and a number of talking points as Arsenal overcame Watford 3-0 at the Emirates. Shkodran Mustafi managed to get a red card before the game had even started.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright claims Neil McCann hit Zander Clark - 11/03/2018
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright launched a scathing attack on Dundee boss Neil McCann - and claimed he struck his substitute goalkeeper Zander Clark on a day of major mayhem.

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Paul Pogba insists he has no problem with Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho
Paul Pogba insists that there is no problem between him and Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho. The relationship between the pair has appeared to be strained of late. [More]

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah named PFA Player of the Year 2018
Mohamed Salah's spectacular season received the ultimate recognition on Sunday night when he was named as the Professional Footballers’ Association Players’ Player of the Year. [More]

Juventus 0-1 Napoli: Maurizio Sarri's side close gap in Serie A title race
Second-placed Napoli threw the Serie A title race open in dramatic style on Sunday when Kalidou Koulibaly scored with a towering header in the last minute to give them a 1-0 win at leaders Juventus. [More]

Man City fans invade pitch after Swansea win, meaning Sky Sports present coverage from tunnel
Manchester City fans' decision to invade the pitch following their victory over Swansea on Sunday afternoon threw Sky Sports' post-match plans up in the air. [More]

Manchester City winger Leroy Sane wins PFA Young Player of the Year
The 22-year-old has scored nine goals and produced 12 assists for his City team-mates, to help them win the English top flight title with five matches to spare. [More]

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Roma legend Francesco Graziani talks that missed penalty against Liverpool
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Francesco Graziani makes a most charismatic entrance, with apologies for his late arrival, blaming the Italian traffic and in search of a phone number for Bruce Grobbelaar. [More]

Manchester City 5-0 Swansea: Kevin De Bruyne hits a rocket
CHRIS WHEELER AT THE ETIHAD STADIUM: To think, Pep Guardiola was worried that Manchester City might knock off once the Premier League title was in the bag. [More]

Lincoln striker Matt Green: On getting scarred by Gary Cahill and playing with Robbie Fowler
Lincoln City striker Matt Green, 31, on playing with Robbie Fowler and mastering The Police’s Message In A Bottle... with a little help from his partner’s uncle, Gordon Sumner. [More]

Cyrille Regis honoured by PFA with posthumous Merit award
Cyrille Regis' contribution to the game has been recognised with a posthumous Merit award from the Professional Footballers' Association. [More]

A SHOT IN TIME: Leyton Orient's Peter Kitchen was smoking hot 
MICHAEL WALKER: Few thought Orient would go on a major Cup run in 1978. Kitchen was a 26-year-old who, by the semi-final, was 'the northerner who has become the Cockney pride and joy'. [More]

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Cardiff captain Sean Morrison insists it will be the team's mentality that gets them promoted
It will be Cardiff’s bulletproof mindset more than their footballing ability that takes them back to the Premier League, insists captain Sean Morrison. [More]

Years of neglect at Sunderland by absent owner Ellis Short have led the club down to League One
CRAIG HOPE AT THE STADIUM OF LIGHT: 'Are you watching Ellis Short?' they snarled from the South Stand. No, he is not. He cares even less than some of the players at the club. [More]

St Mirren's title parade goes off with a bang as firework causes chaos
It proved a journey that came with a bang as fireworks exploded at random catching bystanders dangerously by surprise - as one photographer found out as he lined up his shot. [More]

Derby goalkeeper Scott Carson shows more bottle than his team-mates
Nobody can accuse Scott Carson of failing to front up, not when he is being accosted by angry fans and not when he is having to answer questions about Derby’s continuing mental fragility. [More]

Championship round-up: Harry Wilson shines at Hull on loan from Liverpool
After another busy weekend of Championship action, Sportsmail's ADAM SHERGOLD reflects on the thrills and spills... [More]

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ON THE ROAD: An incredible tale of Donald Trump and Dagenham and Redbridge
ON THE ROAD - ADAM CRAFTON: Among all we foresaw Donald Trump might destroy during his Presidency, Dagenham & Redbridge was never a contender. [More]

Rangers look to secure pre-contract deal for Burnley's Scott Arfield
EXCLUSIVE: Rangers are working on plans to sign Burnley midfielder Scott Arfield on a pre-contract agreement. The former Falkirk player is coming to the end of his contract at Turf Moor. [More]

Rangers gave us blueprint of what NOT to do, claims Lennon
Neil Lennon warned his Hibernian side they had to avoid making the same mistakes as Rangers to have any chance of ruining Celtic's title celebrations ahead of their 2-1 win at Easter Road. [More]

Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette invites fan who has tattoo of him on his bum to West Ham game
The France international scored twice as the Gunners overcame West Ham 4-1 at the Emirates on Sunday in Arsene Wenger's penultimate home Premier League game. [More]

Rangers boss Graeme Murty out to spoil Celtic's title party at Parkhead
Murty has challenged his Rangers players to show their true selves by ruining Celtic's title party — and avoid being 'defined' by their Scottish Cup semi-final horror show. The rivals meet on Sunday. [More]

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