Martin Peters, England 1966 World Cup winner and West Ham star, dies aged 76

• Former West Ham and Tottenham player won 67 England caps• Midfielder Peters was said to be ‘10 years ahead of his time’Martin Peters, a member of England’s 1966 World Cup-winning team, has died aged 76. The midfielder scored against West Germany in that final at Wembley and won 67 caps.Peters played most notably for West Ham United and Tottenham, although he also had a successful spell at Norwich City before finishing his professional career with Sheffield United. He made almost 900 appearances before retiring in 1981. In 2016 it was announced that he had Alzheimer’s disease. Continue reading…