Ian Wright, MBE – born 3 November 1963 – is a pundit on ITV’s football coverage.
Wright enjoyed success as a footballer with London clubs Crystal Palace and Arsenal as a forward, spending six years with the former and seven years with the latter. With Arsenal he lifted the Premier League title, both major domestic trophies, and the European Cup Winners Cup. He played 581 league games, scoring 387 goals for seven clubs in Scotland and England, earning 33 caps for the English national team.
Wright also played in the Premier League for West Ham United, the Scottish Premier League for Celtic and the Football League for Burnley and Nottingham Forest.
After retiring from the game he has been active in the media, usually in football-related TV and radio shows. His sons, Bradley and Shaun Wright-Phillips, are both professional footballers.
Since his retirement from football, Wright appeared as a pundit on BBC Sport’s International Match of the Day and has been a pundit for the 2002 and 2006 World Cups and Euro 2004.
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