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Former football goalkeeper, Peter Shilton holds the record for playing more games for England than any other player.
In a professional career which lasted an amazing 32 years, he played 125 times for England and more than 1,000 league games - records that it will probably never be beaten.
At the tender age of 16, Shilton made his debut for Leicester against Everton and his potential was quickly spotted to the extent that the Leicester City management sided with their teenage prodigy and soon sold World Cup winner Banks, to Stoke City.
In 1990, following his retirement from international football, he was awarded the prestigious Order of Merit and in 2002, he was made an Inaugural Inductee of the English Football Hall of Fame, in recognition of his impact on the English game as one of the greatest English goalkeepers.
He also features in football game FIFA 10 in the Classic XI squad.
In his recently released autobiography, he talks of his lengthy career and the controversies that surrounded it - from the excitement of the Italia 90 campaign to the black night against Poland in 1973, when his error contributed to England's exit from the World Cup.
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