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  1. Billy Wright, eigentlich William Ambrose Wright, CBE (* 6. Februar 1924 in Ironbridge / Shropshire ; † 3. September 1994 in Barnet ), war ein englischer Fußballspieler und -trainer.

  2. William Stephen Wright (7 July 1960 – 27 December 1997), known as King Rat, was a Northern Irish loyalist paramilitary leader who founded the Loyalist Volunteer Force (LVF) during The Troubles. [2] Wright had joined the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) in his home town of Portadown around 1975.

  3. William Ambrose Wright CBE (6 February 1924 – 3 September 1994) was an English footballer who played as a centre-back. He spent his entire club career at Wolverhampton Wanderers.

  4. - Wright captained England on 90 occasions, a record he held until World Cup-winning captain Bobby Moore equalled him in 1973. - Wright once played in 70 consecutive England internationals between 1951 and 1959 – captaining England in every match – an all-time record for the Three Lions.

  5. Made captain in 1947, he led Wolves to the FA Cup in 1949 and First Division league titles 3 times in the 1950s. Under manager Stan Cullis, Wolves became one of the leading clubs of the day and rivals to Manchester United.

  6. 3. Sept. 2014 · Billy Wright, the first player to reach 100 caps for England, passed away 20 years ago today. He still holds the record for England captaincies, jointly with Bobby Moore, having led his country on 90 occasions. And he once made 70 consecutive England appearances - another record.

  7. 11. Apr. 2022 · Billy Wright’s appearance against Scotland at Wembley on April 11th 1959 not only made him the first England player ever to win 100 caps for his country, he also became football’s original centurion - eventually being joined by some of the game’s greatest talents.