Peter Ward (footballer)

Peter Ward (footballer)

Peter Ward (born October 15, 1964 in Durham) was a professional footballer who played as a midfielder for Chester Le Street, Huddersfield Town, Rochdale, Stockport County, Wrexham & Morecambe. Ward played at Wembley four times during his playing career and lost on each occasion, however he recently won at Wembley as assistant manager of Stockport County. During his playing career Ward was reknown for his set pieces and his tough tackling. He is currently employed as assistant manager for Stockport County. Ward currently resides in Ashton Under-Lyne, Greater Manchester with his wife and two daughters.

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