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This article is about the double-winning Tottenham Hotspur player. For the Sheffield Wednesday and Queens Park Rangers player, see Peter Baker (footballer born 1934). Peter Baker Personal information Full name Peter Russell Baker Date of birth 10 December 1931 (1931-12-10) (age 78) Place of birth    Hampstead, England Playing position Right-back Senior career1 Years Club App (Gls)* 0000–1952 1952–1965 Enfield Tottenham Hotspur 299 0(3)    1 Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. * Appearances (Goals) Peter Baker (born 10 December 1931, Hampstead, London) is an English former football player. Educated at Southgate County School in North London, he played right-back for Tottenham Hotspur F.C. and was part of the double-winning side of 1960-61 and won the FA Cup with Spurs in 1962. He played 299 league games for Tottenham scoring 3 goals.[1] He joined Tottenham Hotspur from Enfield in October 1952. He stayed with them until the end of the 1964-65 season, keeping a regular place in the team from the 1960-61 season until the end of the 1963-64 season, when he was replaced by Cyril Knowles. After leaving White Hart Lane Baker emigrated to South Africa,[2] where he joined Durban United F.C.[3] and later became the club's manager.[4] Post football career After retiring from the game he settled in Durban, South Africa where he runs an office and stationery business.[5] He has been included in the Tottenham Hotspur- Hall of Fame.[4] References ^ Retrieved 9 July 2007 ^ Spurs Odyssey Retrieved 9 July 2007 ^ Durban United F.C. Retrieved 14 February 2010 ^ a b Hall of Fame Retrieved 29 October 2007 ^ Where are they now ? Retrieved 13 May 2010 Persondata Name Baker, Peter Alternative names Short description Date of birth 10 December 1931 Place of birth Hampstead, England Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to an English football defender born in the 1930s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e