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Peter Thompson (English footballer)

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Full namePeter Thompson
Date of birth27 November 1942(age 74)
Place of birthCarlisle, England
Playing positionOutside left

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Peter Thompson (born 27 November 1942) is an English former footballer born in Carlisle who made 560 appearances in the Football League playing for Preston North End, Liverpool and Bolton Wanderers. He played as an outside left for the Liverpool team which had major successes in the 1960s, and was capped 16 times for England. As a member of the initial England squad ahead of the 1970 World Cup, Thompson was involved in the Bogotá Bracelet incident. By some accounts he was in or around the Green Fire jewellery shop when Bobby Moore was alleged to have taken a bracelet.

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