Peter Sharne Football player

Peter Sharne (born 22 March 1956 in Sydney) is an Austraian former footballer who played as a winger.He spent his entire career with NSL club Marconi. He started in 1977 until 1988. He made a total of 186 national league appearances. He also played on loan in Hong Kong for Eastern AA in the early 1980s for about two seasons. He was a star in the Hong Kong league where he was selected to be on the League Best XI. He was a member of Australian national team during the 1978 World Cup qualifying campaign. He made his debut as a substitute against Iran in August 1977 in Melbourne. He also played in the 1982 World Cup campaign. He earned 40 caps for Australia with 23 of them A internationals. He scored 10 goals (eight A-international goals). He won the Award of Distinction from Australian Football Hall of Fame.

Personal facts

Birth dateMarch 22, 1956
Birth place
Australia national association football team

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Football player

position
Winger (sports)
teams
Marconi Stallions FC
APIA Leichhardt Tigers FC
Australia national association football team

Peter Sharne on Wikipedia

External resources

  1. http://www.theworldgame.com.au/home/index.php?pid=st&cid=77040