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Martin Peters: World Cup winner and West Ham legend dies aged 76

BBC News Saturday, 21 December 2019
World Cup winner and West Ham legend Martin Peters has died aged 76, his family have announced.
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Former West Ham and Tottenham midfielder Martin Peters, who scored England's second goal in the 1966 final against West Germany, has died aged 76 following a long battle against Alzheimer's disease.

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