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Peter Bircumshaw

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Date of birth29 August 1938(age 78)
Place of birthMansfield, England
Playing positionLeft winger

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Peter Bircumshaw (born 29 August 1938 in Mansfield) is a former footballer who played as a left winger in the Football League for Notts County, Bradford City and Stockport County.

Bircumshaw started his professional career with Notts County, where he scored 40 goals in 72 league games before he moved to Bradford City in 1962. He spent just one season at Valley Parade, but he finished as the club's joint top goal-scorer with seven league goals and four in the FA Cup, including a hat-trick in a 5 2 win over Oldham Athletic. He joined Stockport County before he moved into non-league football with Cambridge City.

Bircumshaw's brother Tony also played professional football.

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