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Peter Reid will be entertaining the Broadhall Suite on Monday night (8th September 2018) in our latest Sportsman’s Dinner event.
Best described as a "Combative Midfielder", Peter made over 500 first team appearances in a playing career that stretched over 20 years with Bolton, Everton, QPR and Manchester City.
The most successful part of his playing career was during his time at Everton, winning two First Division Championship medals, an FA Cup winner’s medal and a European Cup Winners Cup medal, as well as being named the PFA Player of the year in the 1984-85 season. He also won 13 England caps and played in the 1986 World Cup, including the infamous Maradona “Hand of God” game.
After retiring from playing, he went into management with Manchester City and then Sunderland, where he twice guided them to promotion to the Premier League.
He also had short spells managing Leeds United, Plymouth Argyle and Coventry City.
Peter tells it as it was, pulling no punches. He has some fantastic stories to tell and this promises to be a brilliant evening.
As usual, we will be serving a three course dinner, freshly prepared in house. Tables of 8 or 10 are available, as are individual seats, all priced at £60 per person plus VAT.
Space is limited so to avoid missing out please either call Clive Abrey on 01438 223223, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your tickets.