Peter Reid played over 500 games in a football career stretching over 20 years with Bolton Wanderers, Everton, QPR and Manchester City.
The most successful part of his playing career was during his time at Everton, where he won the First Division Championship twice and also the FA Cup and European Cup Winners Cup in the space of 4 years. He was also voted PFA Player’s Player of the Year for the 1984/85 season.
He was capped 13 times by England and played in the 1986 World Cup, including the Maradona “Hand of God” game.
After retiring from playing, Peter went in to management with Manchester City and then Sunderland where he guided them to promotion to the Premier League on two occasions. He also had short spells at Leeds United, Coventry City and Plymouth Argyle.
He currently works in the media for both radio and television, and occasionally on the after dinner circuit.