Peter Michael Whittingham an English professional footballer, who made more than 400 appearances for Cardiff between 2007 and 2017, died recently. The 35 years old player is a central midfielder, and he can also play as a winger on both the left and right, as well as a second-striker.
Peter Michael Whittingham started his career with Aston Villa in 2003 he played with the side for four years before moving to Cardiff City in 2007. When he was with Aston Villa he was loan to Burnley and Derby County it was after the loan spill that he signed for Cardiff City. Cardiff City who lost a player they signed in a plane crash, mourned the player about a month ago as the anniversary, they are now going to mourn another of their great legend.
Peter Michael Whittingham played 413 games with team and scored 85 goals for the club, he stayed with them for over ten years and then, finally moved to Blackburn Rovers where he played 20 games with no goal. He reperested England in the Under21 playing 17 games and scoring 3 goals in those games.
He won the Championship in 2013 with Cardiff City and reached two cup finals, which are the FA Cup in 2008 and the League Cup in 2012. He won the top scorer in the Championship in 2009 and was named in the PFA’s Championship Team of the Year on three occasions.