Vic Wright played in Liverpool's forward-line during the middle of the 1930's and made his debut in a home First Division fixture with Birmingham City on 17th March 1934 when Liverpool won 4-1 with Gordon Hodgson grabbing all the goals. Vic played in 7 of the last 9 league matches of that 1933-34 season and scored twice in those games. In 1934-35 he and Hodgson scored 46 league goals between them, with Vic scoring 19 from 36 games. But he only managed six from 25 appearances in 1935-36 and four from 13 matches in his final season with the club (1936-37).
A final total of 33 league and cup goals from 85 starts still gave figures that showed his ability because 1934-35 apart, the club was struggling at the wrong end of the table for most of his Anfield career.
Other Clubs: Bloxvich Strollers (amateur), Bristol City, Rotherham United, Sheff Wed, Rotherham United (2), Plymouth, Chelmsford City (amateur); Millwall, Crystal Palace & Walsall (wartime guest)