Wes Foderingham

Soccer Player

Wes Foderingham was born in Hammersmith, England, United Kingdom on January 14th, 1991 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 32, Wes Foderingham biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 14, 1991
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Hammersmith, England, United Kingdom
32 years old
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Association Football Player
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Wes Foderingham Career

Foderingham was born in Hammersmith, Greater London. He started with Fulham in their youth squad before moving on loan to Bromley. After being released by Fulham, Foderingham signed his first professional contract with Crystal Palace in August 2010, before going on loan with Histon in March 2011.

In October 2011 he signed on loan with Swindon Town until January 2012 to cover for injured keeper Phil Smith, making his debut on 15 October 2011 against Accrington Stanley. During his time on loan in 15 games for Swindon, Foderingham conceded just six goals and kept nine clean sheets. This prompted Swindon manager Paolo Di Canio to buy the keeper for an undisclosed sum on 6 January 2012, on a contract running until July 2014.

There were fears that such a record would prompt other clubs to beat Swindon Town to his signature, but Foderingham had no doubt in his mind which club he wanted to sign for. Following an abject performance against Stoke City in the League Cup, in which Swindon won 4–3, he was substituted for Leigh Bedwell in the very next game after twenty-one minutes, with Swindon two goals down. Foderingham reacted angrily to his substitution; kicking a water bottle as he left the pitch and refusing to acknowledge his manager. Manager Di Canio then publicly criticised Foderingham after the game and claimed that if he did not apologise for his actions, he would be 'out' of the club. Foderingham later issued an apology, which was accepted by Di Canio.

Foderingham was released by Swindon Town at the end of the 2014–15 season upon the expiry of his contract.

On 3 July 2015, Foderingham signed a three-year contract with then Scottish Championship club Rangers. He made his debut for the Ibrox club in a 6–2 win over Hibernian in the first round of the Scottish Challenge Cup and was Rangers' first choice goalkeeper over Cammy Bell under new Rangers manager Mark Warburton. On 19 July 2016, Foderingham extended his contract with Rangers for another year until 2019. In July 2018, under new Manager Steven Gerrard, Foderingham became second-choice goalkeeper largely due to the return of Allan McGregor to the Rangers team after a six-year absence. Foderingham made his first appearance of the season for Rangers in a 3–1 win over Kilmarnock in the Scottish League Cup. On 19 May 2020 it was announced that he would leave Rangers at the end of May when his contract ended.

Foderingham joined Premier League club Sheffield United on 17 July 2020 on a three-year contract.

International career

Foderingham has represented England at various levels including England U19s.


Sheffield United 3-2 Blackburn: Tommy Doyle sends Blades into FA Cup semi-finals

www.dailymail.co.uk, March 19, 2023
JACK GAUGHAN AT BRAMALL LANE If ever a club needed a stoppage-time winner, scored by a young man whose grandfathers were both FA Cup winners with Manchester City in 1969, then Sheffield United are it. Not just for the romance of a Wembley semi-final and not just to continue momentum that they hope will take them straight back to the Premier League come May, but for the mood and the bank balance. These are tough times at Bramall Lane. They might not go into administration but the financials are bleak unless a takeover resolution can be reached, with Nigerian Dozy Mmobuosi waiting to complete the deal.

African billionaire 'closes in on £90m takeover of Sheffield United'

www.dailymail.co.uk, February 2, 2023
Sheffield United are reportedly close to being bought out by an African billionaire in a deal worth £90million. The Blades are pushing for promotion back to the Premier League this season but were hit by a transfer embargo last month amid financial difficulties. However, their problems are reportedly about to be eased by the takeover - though the identity of the prospective new owner remains a secret.

Sheffield United 1-0 Hull: Daniel Jebbison scores as Blades keep pressure on Burnley

www.dailymail.co.uk, January 20, 2023
Sheffield United have kept the pressure on Championship leaders Burnley with a 1-0 win over Hull. Daniel Jebbison scored the only goal of the game in just the third minute, as the Blades passed their way through Hull's defence before their 19-year-old forward coolly slotted home. The win looks set to move Paul Heckingbottom's side within three points of Burnley, who are currently drawing with West Brom.