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  1. Peter Leslie Shilton (Leicester, Inglaterra; 18 de septiembre de 1949) es un exfutbolista inglés que jugaba como guardameta. Se retiró en el Leyton Orient de la 4.ª división, a los 48 años de edad. Actualmente, ostenta el récord de ser el futbolista con mayor cantidad de partidos disputados de manera oficial en la historia. [1]

  2. Peter Leslie Shilton CBE (born 18 September 1949) is an English former professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper. His 31-year career included spells at 11 clubs and he has the unique distinction of playing over 1,000 English league games, including in excess of 100 for five different clubs.

  3. 9 de nov. de 2022 · Shilton fue el arquero titular de Inglaterra en el Mundial de México ‘86 y recibió los dos goles más famosos de la historia de Diego Armando Maradona.

  4. Peter is regarded as the one of the greatest Goalkeepers in the World winning him numerous honours and awards. Peter was awarded an MBE then an OBE by the Queen and is a global Ambassador for Seattle Sports.

  5. The gap of 19 years and 224 days between his first and last games are the second-most in England’s history. - When he appeared on his debut in November 1970, Shilton was Englands youngest goalkeeper (21 years, 68 days) since Alan Hodgkinson in May 1957.

  6. After a trophy-laden and record-setting club and international career, England's greatest ever goalkeeper, Peter Shilton, could rightly look forward to an equally successful post-playing career.

  7. 27 de nov. de 2020 · Una de ellas es la que lleva consigo el ex arquero de Inglaterra en el Mundial de México 1986, Peter Shilton, guardameta que recibió los dos goles más famosos del diez. El segundo no le duele, no tuvo nada que hacer ante la habilidad del genio.