531 Peter Walters

Biography

Young goalkeeper Walters hailed from suburban Tyneside and joined City in 1970 as a teenager after serving his apprenticeship with Middlesbrough. He played a support role for three seasons to Ian McKechnie and Jeff Wealands, making only two appearances in the first team. After a loan spell at Darlington in 1972, Walters left the Tigers in 1973 and went on to play for several non-league sides in the Home Counties before ending his career at Scarborough in the early 1980s.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 1 May 1971, Whickham
Hull City First Game: 3 February 1951, Norwich City H (Division Two), 18 years, 327 days old
Hull City Final Game: 30 October 1971, Preston North End A (Division Two), 19 years, 144 days old

Clubs

Hull City (1970-1973), Darlington (1972, loan), Corby Town (1973-1978), Bedford Town (1978-1980), Kettering Town (1980-1981), Scarborough (1981-1982)

Hull City Record

Career: 2 apps, 0 goals

Peter Walters
SeasonLGE
App
LGE
Gls
FAC
App
FAC
Gls
FLC
App
FLC
Gls
EUR
App
EUR
Gls
OTH
App
OTH
Gls
1970/711 (0)0--------
1971/721 (0)0--------
1972/73----------

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