2015: Played 12 games, making one start, and tallied one goal and an assist in first season with Red Bulls ... Signed with team after training stint on July 27 ... Earned penalty and had game-winning assist in first appearance as substitute against Philadelphia on Aug. 1 ... Made first MLS start at Portland on Sept. 20 ... Scored first MLS goal at Toronto on Oct. 14 … Playoffs: Played two games as a substitute … Played 15 minutes in second leg of Eastern Conference Semifinals against D.C. United, but exited the match in the 83rd minute due to injury on Nov. 8 … Played eight minutes in second leg of Eastern Conference Finals versus Columbus Crew SC on Nov. 29.
2011-15: Played 67 matches in four seasons with Queens Park Rangers … Scored two goals in all competitions, including one against his old club Chelsea on Jan. 2, 2013, in a win, 1-0 … Totaled 299 appearances Premier League appearances and scored 31 goals over his professional career in England.
2008-11: Played 99 games and scored 18 goals in three seasons for Manchester City … Won FA Cup in 2011 … Totaled 153 appearances and scored 26 goals in eight seasons for the Citizens … Transferred to Queens Park Rangers in 2011.
2005-08: Made 81 appearances in three seasons with Chelsea FC and scored four goals … Won the FA Community Shield and English Premier League title in 2005 … Won FA Cup and League Cup in 2007 … Transferred back to Manchester City in 2008.
1999-05: In five seasons with Manchester City, Wright-Phillips played 54 league games and scored eight goals … Helped team gain promotion to English Premier League by winning the Football League Championship in 2001-02 season … Transferred to Chelsea FC in 2005.
Started his youth career at Nottingham Forest in 1993 where remained until switching to Manchester City in 1998 … He played one year in the Manchester City youth system before advancing to the First Team.
England international (36 caps) … Member of England’s 2010 FIFA World Cup roster and made two appearances in the Group Stage against the United States and Algeria, and one appearance in the Round of 16 against Germany … Earned his first Senior Team call-up in 2004 and scored his first international goal in his debut as a substitute against Ukraine … Made six appearances for the England U-21 National Team.
Brother of Bradley Wright-Phillips and adopted son of Ian Wright … Attended his brother’s wedding in June 2015, began training with the Red Bulls and eventually signed in July … Has won eight titles in his career, seven in England and one in MLS.
Signed on July 27, 2015.