Peter Morris (English footballer)

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Peter Morris
Personal information
Full namePeter John Morris
Date of birth (1943-11-08) 8 November 1943 (age 77)
Place of birth Stockbridge, England
Playing position(s) Midfielder
Youth career
Mansfield Town
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1960–1968 Mansfield Town 287 (50)
1968–1974 Ipswich Town 220 (13)
1974–1976 Norwich City 66 (1)
1976 Mansfield Town 41 (3)
1979 Peterborough United 1 (0)
Total615(67)
Teams managed
1976–1978 Mansfield Town
1979–1982 Peterborough United
1982–1983 Crewe Alexandra
1983–1984 Southend United
1985–1986 Nuneaton Borough
1988–1992 Kettering Town
1992–1994 Boston United
1995–1998 King's Lynn
1998–2001 Kettering Town
2002–2003 King's Lynn
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Peter Morris (born 8 November 1943 in Stockbridge) is an English former professional footballer and manager. During his career he made over 300 appearances for Mansfield Town and over 200 for Ipswich Town. His one goal for Norwich City was scored against title-chasing Queens Park Rangers on 17 April 1976. He was also a manager with numerous league and non-league clubs, and notably was player-manager when Mansfield Town were promoted to the Second Division in 1976-77.


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