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Ernest Victor Wright (Vic Wright) – Liverpool Football Club


Wright in media.

About Vic Wright:

Born: January 24 – 1909, in Bloxwich, in England.
Passed away: March 4 – 1964, in Wednesbury, in England.

Position: Centre forward, or both inside forward positions.

Height: 5 ‘ 11 1/2.
Weight: 12 ‘ 9.

Career:
Bloxwich Strollers.
Walsall.
Bristol City, 1929.
Rotherham United.
Sheffield Wednesday.
Plymouth Argyle.
Liverpool, signed, March 14 – 1934.
** Transferred to Plymouth Argyle for £1,000.
Plymouth Argyle, signed, June 11 – 1937.
Chelmsford City, signed, June 28 – 1938.
* War time guest, Millwall.
* War time guest, Crystal Palace, 1943.
* War time guest, Walsall.

Image(s):

Chelmsford Chronicle, August 19 – 1938.
Vic Wright in the middle of those standing at the back row.
Chelmsford 1938

2 replies »

  1. He signed for Bristol City in Feb. 1929, Rotherham June 1929, Sheffield W. Oct. 1930 and Rotherham Feb. 1933. Rotherham 1929/30 33 games/12 goals, 1930/31 7/8, 1932/33 16/6 and 1933/34 32/12, total 88/38. Sheffield W. 1931/32 2/0. Liverpool 1933/34 7/2, 1934/35 36/19, 1935/36 25/6 and 1936/37 13/4, total 81/31. Plymouth 1937/38 18/7. Millwall guest Des. 1941, Crystal Palace Jan. 1943 & Walsall March 1944. Topscorer for Rotherham 1933/34. Nephew of Aston Villa, Birmingham & England player Charlie Athersmith.

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