'Away from it all... Peter Shilton enjoys a relaxing day away from the pressures of big-time soccer with his wife, Susan, and children, Mike and Sam'. British goalkeeper Shilton (born 1949) made his debut at Leicester City FC, aged 16. While at Nottingham Forest, his team won the League Championship and European Cup. Shilton was the England goalie during the 1986 World Cup quarter final against Argentina when Diego Maradona's controversial 'Hand of God' goal was allowed. He appeared on the national side at the age of 40 in the 1990 World Cup. Shilton played for the English national football team 125 times, more than any other player. In 1992 he became manager of Plymouth Argyle, and later become an established speaker and broadcaster.
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