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Shaun Wright-Phillips is an attacking midfield player who was on the books of Manchester City in 2010-11. Initially attached to Nottingham Forest, he joined the academy set-up at City at the age of 15 and went on to make his senior debut as a 17-year-old, claiming a regular place in the line-up during the 2001-02 season under Joe Royle. Shaun impressed City fans with his speed and skill on the right-hand side and had become an influential figure in the side by the time he was sold to Chelsea in the summer of 2005. However, in three seasons at Stamford Bridge he was mostly used as a substitute. He gained a Premier League winners? medal in 2005-06 and the following season he featured in the team that defeated Manchester United to win the FA Cup. Shortly after the start of the 2008-09 campaign he returned to City, settling in quickly and becoming a fans? favourite once more. However, he found opportunities limited under Roberto Mancini in 2010-11 and in August 2011 he left the club, signing for Queen?s Park Rangers. Shaun won his first cap for England against Ukraine in August 2004 and has now made over 30 appearances for his country.
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