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by Chris Wood

Date of Birth - 17/07/46

Nationality - Scottish

Position - Midfield

Games - 178

Goals - 26

Club Hons (Lpool) - League Championship 1972/73, 75/76, UEFA Cup 1972/73, FA Cup 1973/74

Intnl Hons - Scotland Caps

Other Clubs - Hearts, Hibernian (twice), Nottm For, Bristol City, Partick Thistle


Edinburgh-born midfielder Peter arrived at Anfield in July 1972 after having played 72 League games for Nottingham Forest and double that number for his home-town club Hibernian.


His experience and creativity added something extra to the squad that had narrowly missed out on the championship in 1971-72 and Peter was an important part of Shankly's 'new' team which won not only the First Division title in 1972-73 but also the club's first-ever European trophy, the UEFA cup.


Peter had to wait until the 7th League fixture of the season (at Derby's Baseball Ground) before being handed his League debut but he scored on his home debut against Wolves the following week and never looked back after that, finishing with 8 goals from his 30 starts plus another 22 appearances in the different cup competitions.


1973-74 was another good year for Peter. He figured in all 42 League matches and added an F.A. cup winners' medal to his collection. Aged 28 when the 1974-75 season began, he looked to have years of success ahead of him at Anfield but when Bob Paisley's master-stroke converted Ray Kennedy from a lumbering forward into a graceful midfielder, it was Peter who suffered as a consequence.


He did qualify for another championship medal in 1975-76 after starting 16 League matches but was clearly surplus to requirements at Liverpool and it was no real surprise when he moved on to Bristol City in November 1976.


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