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Tommy Wright

Tommy Wright

Clubs played for: Everton (1964-1972).

Born: 1944

Birthplace: Maghull, Liverpool

Position: Right Full-back

Biography: With Ball, Labone and Newton gave Everton a four man involvement in the Mexico World Cup. Made 308 appearances and played eleven times for England before retiring at the age of 29. Worked in the docks at Garston for many years.(A Football League Champion with Everton)

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Wright, Tommy Same school same footy team !!!
26-06-23 Ken Birch

Wright, Tommy I was a good friend of your brother Alan. We served in The Royal Green Jackets together in Germany, Northern Ireland, and Winchester. I just wondered if he is still around so we could catch up after nearly 45 years. My email address is attached. I would be most grateful.
Best regards
11-08-22 Eric Carlisle

Wright, Tommy Love these stories. I started watching Everton in early 72 but was desperate to see Tommy as he was one of my favourite players . Loved that Everton team of the late 60s . Dad (aged 85) loved Alan ball and Tommy Wright. Thank you for the memories Tommy.
29-03-22 Derek carey vernon

Wright, Tommy Although Tommy did live in Maghull as an Adult, he was born and brought up in Norris Green.
18-04-21 Mark Wright

Wright, Tommy We played for Olive Mount Sec Mod with Rod Evans and won the Schools Cup at Anfield. Tommy and Rod eventually went on to play for Liverpool school boys and then signed for Everton. Rod was the school hero Lancs 100 and 220 champ, Liverpool Schoolboys football. Olive Mount was the first mixed Sec Modern and he was voted by the girls the best looking lad.
04-01-21 Ken Birch

Wright, Tommy Can you please pass on my e-mail address to Tommy('whipper') Wright as I would like to contact him to talk about our time from 1950 to 1968. Best regards,paul fairchild

Wright, Tommy I have many good memories of Tommy from when we were at school together. I would dearly love to meet up with him again to discuss old times. If you could pass on my Email address I would appreciate it very much as we are not getting any younger.

Wright, Tommy would like tommy to know the family still miss him.sadly Charlie pepper died this year.i have a England 1970 jersey id like to return.best wishes tom,to you and yours

Wright, Tommy In the early 70s Tommy and my dad were drinking buddies. One Friday night after closing time, a figure climbed through my bedroom window, it was Tommy. His misses had locked him out. He ended up peeing the spare bed. The next morning he was fed and watered and sent off to Goodison for a home fixture. Everton had a rep who trawled the pubs of Maghull on a Friday evening. Not to checkup on the players but to try and persuade players to go home

Wright, Tommy I was in the same class at school with Tommy from the age of 5 till we both left in 1960 at age 15.He was a great friend and footballer from the first time I met him.Can you pass on my e-mail address as I would like to contact him.Best Regards,paul

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