- Retired footballer for Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United
- Capped by England 34 times
- Member of Jose Mourinho’s coaching staff at Manchester United
- Founder of the Michael Carrick Foundation
Michael Carrick is a retired footballer, currently a first team coach at Manchester United.
Michael began his career at West Ham United in 1997 where he won the FA Youth Cup in 1999. After two loan spells at Swindon Town and Birmingham City, Michael established himself in the Hammers first team in the 2000-01 season, going on to make over 150 appearances for the club. In 2004, Michael secured a move to London rivals Tottenham Hotspur, where he made 75 appearances in two years. In 2006, Manchester United came calling, paying £18 million to Spurs for Michael’s services, where he has remained ever since.
Michael’s honours at United were plentiful, not only was he the captain but he was also involved in five Premier League winning campaigns along with victory against Chelsea in the 2008 Champions League final and the 2010 League cup. To add to that, Michael was awarded a 2017 testimonial to mark his 11 years at the club and at the request of him, all monies raised were distributed to his chosen charities through the newly-created Michael Carrick Foundation.
On an international level, Michael has gained 34 caps for England and was part of the squads for the 2006 and 2010 World Cups. He also helped England to qualification for the 2014 Finals in Brazil.
Michael is a huge Formula 1 and Rugby League fan and has recently appeared on BT Sport and Talksport Drive.
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