Monday, 31 December 2018

Peter Thompson, English footballer, Died at 76

Peter Thompson was born on November 27, 1942, in Carlisle and died on December 2018.

He was an English footballer.

Thompson showed up in the Football League playing for Preston North End, Liverpool, and Bolton Wanderers.

Thompson played as an outside left for the Liverpool group which had significant achievements during the 1960s, and was topped multiple times for England. Known for his fast and electric style of play.

As an individual from the underlying England squad in front of the 1970 World Cup, he was associated with the Bogotá Bracelet occurrence.

By a few records, Thompson was in or around the Green Fire adornments shop when Bobby Moore was affirmed to have taken a wrist trinket.

Since 2006, Thompson had been living in Portugal.

In the wake of resigning from the amusement, he ran a parade park for a long time around the Knott End-on-Sea territory and after that lodgings in the Lake District and Harrogate.

Peter Thompson passed away at 76 years old.

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