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He also played in the World Cup. He briefly managed Sheffield United before retiring from professional football in Peters was known as "the complete midfielder " as he could pass the ball well with either foot, was good in the air and difficult to mark because of his movement.
His father, William Peters, was a Thames Lighterman. Not long after Peters was born he was evacuated with his mother to Shropshire to avoid the bombing of London by the Luftwaffe.
Peters did not support any club as a schoolboy and favoured joining Chelsea as his friend Terry Venables , whom he had met playing for Dagenham Schoolboys, had signed for Chelsea.
Peters signed his first professional contract in November He was a major influence on Peters and his progress as a young footballer.
Peters played only five games in his first season with West Ham. Although he played 32 league games in the —64 season, he played no part in their FA Cup run and was not selected for the FA Cup final of at Wembley , in which they beat Preston North End 3—2.
Peters began to impose himself on West Ham's game, and another chance for silverware came in when West Ham reached the League Cup final. The occasion was still over two-legs with each of the finalists hosting a leg though this changed to a one-off final at Wembley a year later , and Peters played in both matches.
He scored in the second game but opponents West Bromwich Albion emerged as 5—3 winners on aggregate. Peters, now aged 31, made his debut appearance for Norwich on 15 March in a 1—1 away draw with Manchester United.
Player of the Season two years running, in and , and in was made an inaugural member of the Norwich City F. Hall of Fame.
For them he played five games, scoring three goals; the team won four and drew one of the matches in which he competed.
He joined Sheffield United on 31 July as player-coach, eventually replacing Harry Haslam as manager. Alf Ramsey had seen Peters's potential quickly, and in May he gave the young midfielder his debut for England against Yugoslavia at Wembley.
Nearly scoring twice he set up chances for Jimmy Greaves and for others. Against Finland , he scored his first international goal in what was only his second appearance,  and subsequently he made Ramsey's squad for the competition, as did his West Ham teammates Bobby Moore the England captain and Geoff Hurst.
Though Peters did not play in the opening group game against Uruguay , the drab 0—0 draw prompted Ramsey into changes. Peters therefore had become an ideal player for this 4— system, elegant in his distribution and strong in his forward running, yet showing the stamina, discipline and pace to get back and help the defence when required.
This system was dubbed "the wingless wonders". Ramsey put Peters in the team for his fourth cap, for the second group game against Mexico , which England won 2—0.
A tense but open game at Wembley saw the score at 1—1 in the final quarter of an hour when England won a corner. Alan Ball delivered it to the edge of the area to Hurst, who tried a shot on the turn.
The ball deflected high into the air and bounced down into the penalty area where Peters rifled home a half-volley.
The Germans equalised in the final seconds, though glory would still come the team's way with the 4—2 win in extra time, and Hurst — like Peters, winning only his eighth cap — completing a historic hat-trick.
Peters played in England's three group games in the World Cup finals in Mexico, from which they qualified, again with West Germany waiting in the last eight.
Peters scored against the Germans again early in the second half — a run and finish from behind a defender which no West German player had spotted — to establish a 2—0 lead, but later Ramsey committed a tactical error by substituting Peters and Bobby Charlton with Colin Bell and Norman Hunter , and West Germany won 3—2 in extra-time.
In , Peters won his 50th England cap in a qualifier for the European Championships , beating Switzerland 3—2. A defensive error allowed Poland to score, and only a penalty allowed England to level up quickly.
Allan Clarke scored from it, but England could not get the crucial winning goal. Poland went through after the match finished 1—1, meaning Peters would not play in a third successive World Cup competition.
At the age of 30, Peters's career at the highest level began to slip away. He played three more games for England, reaching a total of 67 caps, though his career with his country ended on 18 May , as England lost 2—0 against Scotland at Hampden Park.
His wait to become manager was not long, his final game coming against Gillingham on 17 January which Haslam was too ill to attend, and at which there were demonstrations from the Sheffield United fans.
Peters retired to take up the manager's job the following day with United 12th in the table with 16 games to play, but was unable to halt the decline already in place, winning just three of the remaining games.
For the first and only time in their history Sheffield United were relegated to the Fourth Division ,  and Peters resigned.
In , he moved into the insurance business where he stayed until he was made redundant in July Peters joined the board of directors at Spurs in a non-executive capacity in , taking on a supporter-liaison role.
He also worked in the hospitality suites at Upton Park for West Ham home matches. In , Peters published his autobiography , The Ghost of ' Peters identified as a Conservative Party supporter when asked about his politics in In , it was announced that Peters had Alzheimer's disease.
Peters died on 21 December , aged Tributes were paid to him from football clubs he played for, including West Ham, Tottenham Hotspur, Norwich City and many others.
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