486 Peter Nicholson

Biography

Hull-born striker Peter Nicholson was raised in Beverley in a farming family and came to the professional game in his early 20s, having played for local non-league sides. He spent 1959/60 in the reserves then on the first day of the 1960/61 season he got his chance, making his debut at centre forward with another debutant, a 17 year old Chris Chilton, playing inside right. City lost 0-4 against Colchester, Nicholson lost the number 9 shirt to Chilton, Nicholson never played for City again and Chilton went on to become the club’s record goalscorer.

Nicholson left City in February 1961 and played for Barton Town.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 11 February 1936, Hull
Hull City First Game: 20 August 1960, Colchester United A (Division Three), 24 years, 191 days old
Hull City Final Game: 20 August 1960, Colchester United A (Division Three), 24 years, 191 days old

Clubs

Kingburn Athletic, Hull City (1959-1961), Barton Town

Hull City Record

Career: 1 apps, 0 goals

Peter Nicholson
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FLC
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EUR
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EUR
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OTH
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OTH
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