Former Chelsea player, Wayne Bridge says he is ready to take on the new exciting phase of coaching.
He recently ignited his interest to earn a coaching badge after living off the eyes of the media for a while. The former English international retired in the summer of 2014 from English league outfit Reading FC.
Wayne Bridge played more than a decade at the top level for premier league clubs from the Under 18 squad in Southampton, where he was born, to the first team, then he moved to EPL giant, Chelsea for a reported sum of 10.5 million Euros. After a short spell with The Blues, he was sent on loan to another English side, Fulham. He played the loan deal to the end before returning to Stamford Bridge. The left back played for Chelsea till 2009 before his agreeing a transfer fee of 13 million Euros.
Wayne enjoyed his spell with The Sky blues before being sent on loan again to West Ham in January 2011. He returned to city after his loan spell at West Ham but was sent on another loan to Sunderland then on loan to Brighton. His injury spell became more rampant and this kept forcing his transfer around various clubs. After his loan spell at Brighton, he left City on a free transfer to Reading FC where he eventually retired.
He retired due to a recurring knee injury as it kept him out of favor at his clubs. The retired English international, who had a feud with Chelsea’s captain john terry which eventually led to his departure from Chelsea, said he has definitely moved on from that fracas. He said he has been busy enjoying life after a long exciting career, spending quality time with his family and travelling around Europe doing promotional work amongst other things.