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Tommy Wright was born on 29 August, 1963 in Ballyclare, United Kingdom. Discover Tommy Wright’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?
|Age||57 years old|
|Born||29 August 1963|
|Birthplace||Ballyclare, United Kingdom|
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Tommy Wright Height, Weight & Measurements
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Dating & Relationship status
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Tommy Wright Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Tommy Wright worth at the age of 57 years old? Tommy Wright’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Tommy Wright’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Timeline of Tommy Wright
Wright resigned as St Johnstone manager on 2 May 2020.
St Johnstone secured a third successive fourth-place finish in the Premiership in 2016–17 under Tommy Wright, with two games remaining, also qualifying for Europe again.
He was voted Premiership Manager of the Season for the 2015–16 season, leading St Johnstone to another fourth-place finish and a third domestic cup semi-final, losing out to Hibernian.
Since retiring as a player he has worked as a coach or manager for Limavady United, Ballymena United, Shamrock Rovers and St Johnstone. He guided St Johnstone to their win in the 2014 Scottish Cup Final, which won the first major national trophy in their history; he left his role there in May 2020, and is regarded as the most successful manager in the club’s history.
In March 2014, Wright was involved in a touchline incident with Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara. This resulted a one-match ban for Wright. A few days later, Wright was taken to hospital after suffering stomach pains. Despite being in the hospital, Wright was still involved in the squad selection ahead of a match against Hibernian. The operation was a success, and Wright made his return in a match against Partick Thistle.
After Steve Lomas left the Perth club to manage Millwall in June 2013, Wright was promoted to manager. Wright’s first game in charge was a UEFA Europa League tie in Norway against Rosenborg. St Johnstone won 1–0, their first-ever away victory in European competition. The second leg ended in a 1–1 draw, putting St Johnstone through 2–1 on aggregate, and through to the third round of the qualifying stages for the first time. Despite winning 1–0 win against Minsk in the first leg of the next round, they went on to lose on penalties. After the match, Wright criticised Minsk, believing they lacked class in victory. After winning two games and drawing once in October, Wright won the Scottish Premiership Manager of the Month award.
After Wright led the club to a top-six position in the Premiership, he guided them to their first Scottish Cup Final after a 2–1 win over Aberdeen. They were victorious in the May 17 Final meeting with Dundee United at Celtic Park. It was St Johnstone’s first major trophy win. Wright signed a new contract with St Johnstone in August 2014. He signed another contract with St Johnstone in October 2015, soon after the club had rejected an approach from Dundee United for Wright.
Wright left Distillery in November 2011 to become assistant manager of Scottish Premier League club St Johnstone.
He was a full-time goalkeeping coach at Shamrock Rovers for the 2009 League of Ireland season under his former teammate Michael O’Neill. In September 2009 he was appointed manager of Lisburn Distillery. His first game was against his former club Ballymena United, which Lisburn won by a single goal.
Wright was first a goalkeeping coach for Norwich City but left when Glenn Roeder resigned. He was then appointed Youth Development Officer at Ballyclare Comrades. In November 2003 he made his first move into management at Limavady United and stayed for a couple of years. Wright was then appointed manager of Ballymena United and reached the County Antrim Shield against Linfield at Seaview. Wright resigned at the end of the 2007–08 season.
After losing his place to Pavel Srnicek in the early 1990s, he eventually moved to Nottingham Forest where he went straight into the starting line-up, however after an injury absence he failed to regain his place from Mark Crossley. He also saw relatively little first team action in later spells at Manchester City and a number of clubs where he played on loan. Early in the 1999-2000, he returned to Newcastle on a loan deal and played for them three times.
Wright won 31 caps for Northern Ireland in a ten-year period from 1989 to 1999. The high point of his Northern Ireland career was his performance in Nuremberg in 1996, as Northern Ireland earned a 1–1 draw against reigning European champions, Germany, in a 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification match. Wright had not played an international match in over two years prior to that point and had just returned to club action, on loan at Reading, after a prolonged injury absence.
After playing in his native Northern Ireland until he was 25, Wright entered English football with Newcastle United in the 1988-89 season and had a spell as first choice goalkeeper after Dave Beasant was sold to Chelsea in January 1989, but Newcastle went down to the Second Division that season.
Thomas James Wright (born 29 August 1963 in Ballyclare) is a football player and coach.