Martin Peters - Bio, Net Worth, Footballer, Wife, Age, Facts, Wiki, Nationality, Height, Family, Play for, Books, Death, Cause of Death, Known For
Martin Peters was an English midfield footballer, manager, and businessman. He was best known for helping England team win the 1966 FIFA World Cup. he scored the second goal of England's four in the final against Germany. He also played in the 1970 World Cup. He is also widely famous for being the longtime all-around football player from West Ham United. Peters was also described as "the complete midfielder" and "player 10 years ahead of time" by England manager and free-kick specialist, Sir Alf Ramsey, after a game against Scotland in 1968. Peters died with Alzheimer's on 21 December 2019, aged 76. Tributes were paid to him from former football clubs he played for, including West Ham, Tottenham Hotspur, and many others.
What was Martin Peters known for?
Martin Peters was best known for helping England team win the 1966 FIFA World Cup and being Norwich City player, awarded an MBE for services to association football. He is also widely known for being the most valued player worth $200,000 in 1970. Peters was also described as "the complete midfielder" and "player 10 years ahead of time" by England manager and free-kick specialist, Sir Alf Ramsey, after a game against Scotland in 1968.
Where was Martin Peters from?
Peters was born as Martin Stanford Peters in Plaistow, Essex, England on November 8, 1943, during World War II. His father was a Thames Lighterman. When Peters was seven his family moved to Dagenham. Further information on his parents, siblings, and childhood is still not known. He attended the local Fanshawe School in Dagenham. In school, he played in goal and was scouted by the Wally St Pier. In the summer of 1959, he was signed as a 15-year-old apprentice by West Ham United. He was British by nationality and belonged to White ethnicity. His religion was Christianity and his zodiac was Scorpio.
Who did Martin Peters play for?
he played club football for West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur, Norwich City, and Sheffield United. He briefly managed Sheffield United before retiring from professional football in 1981. Martin began his professional career with West Ham United in 1959 as a 15-year-old boy. He spent 11 years of his football career at West Ham and earned a name for himself helping the club to win the 1965 European Cup Winners Cup. He then moved to Tottenham Hotspur in 1970 with a record-breaking deal of 200,000 pounds where he became two times UFEA League Cup, winner. He then played for Norwich City on 15 March 1975. During the time, he was voted and greatly respected player.
Peters was awarded an MBE for services to association football in 1978. He joined Sheffield United on 31 July 1980 as player-coach. While in Sheffield he managed shortly in 1981. After that, he retired from professional football. Peters spent the 1982–83 season playing in defense for Gorleston in the Eastern Counties League. Throughout his career, he scored 81 goals for West Ham, 46 goals for Hotspur, and 44 goals for Norwich. Regarding his international career, He helped England team win the 1966 FIFA World Cup and place third in 1968 European Championship. He also played in the 1970 World Cup.
Who was Martin Peter's married to?
Martin was a married man. He was married to his sweetheart, Kathleen. The couple has two children, Leeann and Grant, and also two granddaughters, Hannah and Meg.No further information about his marital life, how the couple first met and when did they marry are still not known. Also, his other relationship details are also not known.
What was Martin Peter's net worth?
The "the complete midfielder" of 1960s English player, Martin Peter's net worth is estimated at $2 million. His major source of income was his football profession. He spent over three decades in football and was widely known for being the most valued player worth $200,000 in 1970. Additionally, in 1984, he was involved insurance business where he stayed until July 2001. Further information on his cars, houses and other business are still not known.
How tall was Martin Peters?
The midfielder being described as "player 10 years ahead of time", Martin had a height of 6 feet and a pure mass of 75 kg. The 1966 World Cup winner had black hair and brown eyes. He had a handsome face and an athletic body. He had a straight sexual orientation. Further information regarding his body stats, dress and shoe sizes are still under review.