Shaun Wright-Phillips And His Cheap Move Back To Manchester City.

Mikey RigbyContributor IAugust 31, 2008

We all know that Roman Abramovich likes to flaunt his money about. Recently, in the press there have been many articles concerning Roman, and this article that I am writing is heavily involved with recent press.

Wright-Phillips left Manchester City in 2005 to join Chelsea football Club on a five year deal. This cost the Russian Billionaire tycoon £21million. After starting only 15games for Chelsea Football Club, and not scoring many goals, Chelsea sold him to Manchester City, for £9MILLION. 

Chelsea made a total loss on Shaun Wright Phillips of £12million.

On his return to Manchester City, Shaun Wright Phillips, scored 2 goals against Roy Keane's Sunderland.

Now, answer this, did Roman Abramovich buy Shaun just so that nobody else could?

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