Chris Eagles

Chris Eagles

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Christopher Mark "Chris" Eagles (born 19 November 1985 in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire) is an English footballer who plays for Bolton Wanderers. Primarily an attacking midfielder/winger he has previously played for Manchester United, Watford, Sheffield Wednesday, Dutch club NEC Nijmegen and Burnley.


Early career

Growing up, Eagles was a season ticket holder at Tottenham Hotspur, whom he went to see with his family. Originally coming through the youth system at Watford, Eagles left when he was 14 to join the Manchester United academy. The compensation owed to Watford for this move would later form part of the package which took Danny Webber in the opposite direction. He has a younger sister named Emma who lives in Hemel Hempstead and attends Longdean school.

Manchester United

Eagles made his first-team debut for Manchester United on 28 October 2003 as a second-half substitute for Kieran Richardson in an extra-time win away to Leeds United in the League Cup. He played once more that season, this time as a substitute for Cristiano Ronaldo as United lost 2–0 away to West Bromwich Albion in a League Cup Fourth Round tie.

On 21 December 2006, Eagles decided to take the option of returning to Manchester United after struggling to get many games at NEC Nijmegen. He only made 11 appearances for NEC, with the majority coming as a substitute. On...
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