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Peter Shilton showed great promise as a goalkeeper from an early age. He replaced World Cup winner Gordon Banks in goal for Leicester City when he was just aged 17. For most of the 1970s his main rival for the position of England goalkeeper was Ray Clemence, but the appointment of Bobby Robson as England coach in 1982 meant that Shilton became the... See full bio »

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 1999 The Nearly Complete and Utter History of Everything (TV Movie)
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 1990 Englandneworder: World in Motion (Video short)
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The Footballers | Peter Shilton O.B.E. M.B.E. | Peter Shilton OBE


6' 1" (1.86 m)

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Played for Leicester City (1966-1974), Stoke City (1974-1977), Nottingham Forest (1977-1982), Southampton (1982-1987), Derby County (1987-1992), Plymouth Argyle (1992-1995) (player/manager), Wimbledon (1995), Bolton Wanderers (1995), Coventry City (1995-1996), West Ham United (1996), and Leyton Orient (1996-1997). See more »


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