Mike Pinner

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Michael John Pinner

Mike Pinner
Born (1934-02-16) 16 February 1934 (age 86)
Boston
Education Boston Grammar School
Occupation Amateur footballer (goalkeeper), property developer, investment lawyer
Employer Marshall Hatchick Solicitors
Known for Footballer (including Manchester United and GB in the 1960 Olympics)

Michael John Pinner (born 16 February 1934) was an English amateur footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Cambridge University, Pegasus, Aston Villa,[1] Corinthian-Casuals, Sheffield Wednesday,[2] Queens Park Rangers,[3] Manchester United,[4] Chelsea,[5] Swansea City[6] Leyton Orient,[7] and Lisburn Distillery. He also participated for Great Britain at the 1960 Summer Olympics.[8]

He later became a property developer and investment lawyer.[8]

Football career

Mike's debut for Manchester United was at home against Aston Villa on 4th February 1961. While at the club he made four appearances in Football League matches.

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