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Peter Shilton

Peter Shilton

Clubs played for: Leicester City, Stoke City, Nottingham Forest, Southampton, Derby County, Plymouth Argyle, Wimbledon, Bolton Wanderers, Coventry City, West Ham United, Leyton Orient (1966-1997)

Born: 1949

Birthplace: Leicester


Position: Goalkeeper

Biography: Was England and Southampton's most capped player with 125 Caps who played 1005 career league games with two European Cup wins with Nottingham Forest. Did score once at the Dell, sadly he was playing for Leicester at the time had a brief spell in charge at Plymouth, Business investments and a gambling habit caused him serious financial problems from which he has now recovered. He now works as a football pundit, reality TV star and after dinner speaker

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Shilton, Peter I was always Peter Shilton when we got home after the game!. I entered a raffle to win a yellow LCFC shirt at a small village show in Earl Shilton. He turned up to show it off for all of us to see. I never won it but what a man. Never seen a sportsman train to hard. Glad life is good for him now.

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