Peter Osgood
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Born in Windsor, Berkshire
Born on 20th of February 1947
Died on 1st of March 2006

Born 1947 - Died 2006 - Chelsea FC Footballer.

Known as the King of Stamford Bridge. Made 380 appearances for the Blues and scored 150 goals, helping them win the 1970 FA Cup and 1971 Cup Winners' Cup. Was a member of England's 1970 World Cup squad, made four appearances for the national side. Collapsed while attending a family funeral service at Slough crematorium.

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