Where is Mark Wright now?
Mark Wright retired from playing after a seven-year spell at Liverpool in 1998 and embarked on a new career in management the following year with Southport.
After Southport he had a brief spell at Oxford United before joining Chester City, a team he has since managed in two occasions.
Wright also had a short spell as manager at Peterborough United and in 2012 he spent two months as manager of Maltese side Floriana FC.
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He currently appears as a regular guest on Liverpool’s television station LFC and is also an ambassador for Foster Care Associates where he has been fostering children since 2008.
Wright was also the founder of Premier Legends a company which gave people the chance to join a host of former Premiership Players for stadium tours, corporate football tournaments and personal appearances. The company has now ceased trading.
Wright has since teamed up with fellow ex Liverpool striker Michael Owen and launched Red Sports which specialises in the production of Soccer School Education Programmes in China and Coach Education Programmes.
In March 2019, Wright participated in a TV series called ‘Harry’s Heroes’ which saw football manager Harry Redknapp take a number of ex professionals on a journey to lose weight with the end goal of playing a team of ex Germany internationals.
Ironically, England won the game 4-2 – the same scoreline as the 1966 World Cup Final.
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Mark Wright: Premier League Statistics
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Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com