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Everton and Liverpool favourite Peter Beardsley is back in football

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Peter Beardsley, one of the few footballers to have played for Everton and Liverpool and still be acclaimed on both sides of Stanley Park, has returned to coaching - two years after leaving Newcastle United following a racism and bullying storm.

The former England star has hooked up with Manchester United player Gordon Hill and will work in Washington DC throughout June and July at a US Soccer Camp.

Beardsley was coach of Newcastle's Under-23 side at St James' Park before the club parted company with him in 2019 following accusations of racism and bullying - which the ex-England forward "categorically denied".

Announcing the move, Hill, speaking on Visionsport TV, said: "I've got a special guest in Peter Beardsley.

United said then: "We are grateful for the contribution Peter has given over the years as a player, coach and ambassador and we wish him well for the future."

He was proved wrong as Beardsley finished top scorer in his first campaign and over two seasons was the Blues' stand-out performer, crashing a riotously received derby match winner over Liverpool in December 1992.

"One of the reasons I am bringing Peter in is to show them what the pro world is all about."
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