Wayne Bridge

Wayne Bridge

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Wayne Michael Bridge (born 5 August 1980) is an English footballer who plays as a left back for Manchester City.

A graduate of the Southampton Academy where he made his debut in 1998, he has also played for Chelsea and Fulham during his Premiership career.

Although not a regular first choice player internationally, Bridge made 36 appearances for the England national team, including representing England in the World Cup. He brought his international career to a close on 25 February 2010, following an alleged affair between his ex-girlfriend and the England captain, John Terry.

Club career


Bridge was born in Southampton, but moved to Winchester at an early age. He attended Oliver's Battery Primary and Kings' School, Winchester. When playing for Olivers Battery he was spotted by Micky Adams, who recommended him to Southampton, who signed him as a trainee in July 1996. He made his reserve team debut, as a centre-forward against Portsmouth on 13 August 1997

He made his first-team debut on 16 August 1998 (the opening day of the 1998–99 season) coming on as a replacement for John Beresford, who had badly damaged his knee. Bridge made his first senior start in the next match on 22 August in a 5–0 defeat away to Charlton Athletic. As Southampton...
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