Date: 16th June 2010 at 2:51pm
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Richard Wright’s Ipswich career finally looks to have seen the final chapter written after Roy Keane released him this summer.

The goalkeeper returned to Portman Road after spells with Arsenal, Everton and West Ham but injury struck him last season and he was unable to get his place back in the side so Keane, surprisingly so for some, decided to release the former England international.

‘Reports’ are suggesting that a return to West Ham is on the cards with new Hammers managers Avram Grant keen to take Wright back to London to challenge the current England no.1, although this is questionable, Rob Green for the no.1 spot at Upton Park.

During his previous spell with West Ham Wright failed to make a league appearance, making only a few appearances in the league cup during his season at the club although he is quoted as saying that he would ‘love’ to return to his former club.

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One Reply to “Wright Going Back To West Ham?”

  • He was unreal for Ipswich when he started then he moved to Arsenal and lost it… no idea why we (Everton) bought him and he has just gone down hill since! Hope he finds a good club and gets to play tho.

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