12 Facts About Aaron Wilbraham


Aaron Thomas Wilbraham was born on 21 October 1979 and is an English football manager and former professional footballer who played as a forward.

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Aaron Wilbraham is currently assistant manager of EFL League One side Shrewsbury Town.

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Aaron Wilbraham then signed for Hull City for £100,000 and played his part in winning promotion to the championship.

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Aaron Wilbraham would join the club on loan to enable him to play the match versus Queens Park Rangers before making the deal permanent later that day.

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Aaron Wilbraham had been an unused substitute for the majority of the season.

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Aaron Wilbraham scored his 100th career goal as a substitute against Fulham – his first Premier League goal.

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On 4 July 2012, Aaron Wilbraham signed a 2-year deal with Crystal Palace on a free transfer.

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Aaron Wilbraham was involved for the full 120 minutes of Palace's playoff final appearance.

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Aaron Wilbraham eventually registered the highest goalscoring season of his career, notching 21 goals in all competitions as his side clinched promotion to the Football League Championship.

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On 3 August 2017 Bolton Wanderers confirmed that Aaron Wilbraham had joined them for an undisclosed fee, signing a one-year contract.

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On 2 December 2020, Aaron Wilbraham joined Steve Cotterill's coaching staff at League One side Shrewsbury Town, joining as assistant manager.

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On 19 January 2021, Aaron Wilbraham took charge as stand-in manager for an FA Cup third round tie away at Premier League side Southampton as Cotterill was suffering from COVID-19.

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