Ronnie Wallwork

Ronnie Wallwork

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Ronnie Wallwork

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Ronald "Ronnie" Wallwork (born 10 September 1977) is an English former professional footballer who can play as either a defender or a midfielder. An England under-20 international, he began his career at Manchester United, where he made his professional debut in 1997. He never fully established himself in the United first team however, and was loaned out to Carlisle United and Stockport County. During a further loan spell at Royal Antwerp, he was banned from football for life for attacking a Belgian referee, although the ban was later substantially reduced.

In 2002, Wallwork moved to West Bromwich Albion, where he was the Player of the Year for 2004–05. He was not always a regular in the side however, and spent time on loan at Bradford City, Barnsley and Huddersfield Town. His spell at Barnsley was cut short when he was stabbed in a nightclub, causing him to miss more than two months of the 2006–07 season. Wallwork was transferred to Sheffield Wednesday in January 2008, but was released just four months later and has since been without a club.

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Manchester United

Born in Newton Heath, Manchester, Wallwork attended The Football Association's School of Excellence at Lilleshall as a teenager. A lifelong Manchester United supporter, he joined the club as an apprentice in April 1993, following a spell playing Sunday league football.<ref name="Sunday...
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