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Terry Mac: Living For The Moment - My Autobiography

Terry Mac: Living For The Moment - My Autobiography

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Terry McDermott. Scally kid from Kirkby turned multiple European Cup winner. Kevin Keegan’s trusted assistant at Newcastle United. Liverpool legend and scorer of Anfield’s most famous goal. Privy to the sensational goings on at St James’ Park under Mike Ashley’s ownership. And partial to a pint or five and a punt on the horses.

Now, for the first time, the 1980 PFA Players’ Player of the Year and Football Writers’ Footballer of the Year lifts the lid on his successes at Liverpool, the near misses at Newcastle, controversies he found himself caught up in and the players he shared a dressing room with.

It’s a rollercoaster tale spanning more than half a century that takes McDermott from the high-rise flats of his home town to the pinnacle of English and European football; from the booze and banter of a Merseyside social club to the fevered frenzy of the St. James’ Park dugout and to owning successful National Hunt racehorse Intersky Falcon.

A read every bit as explosive as his spectacular goal against Spurs in the 1979/80 FA Cup quarter-final, McDermott’s autobiography will appeal to Liverpool and Newcastle fans, plus football lovers further afield will be intrigued by his stories including...

• Playing alongside Newcastle legends such
as Malcolm MacDonald and numerous crazy
nights out.

• Scoring the opening the goal as Bob
Paisley’s Liverpool won the 1977 European
Cup final in Rome, only to mar the
celebrations by urinating off the top of St
George’s Hall onto the jubilant crowd below.

• Being a member of England’s 1982 World
Cup squad in Spain, returning to Newcastle
to play alongside Keegan, making shock
moves to Ireland and Cyprus and turning
down a coaching role with Graeme Souness
at Anfield.

• Coaching the Magpies alongside Keegan
as they came close to winning the Premier
League in 1996 and his take on the rows that
led to Keegan’s shock departure.

• Life at St James’ Park working under
Souness, Glenn Roeder and Sam Allardyce,
Keegan’s return and how the club changed
under the ownership of Mike Ashley.

• Escaping an angry Parkhead disguised as a
steward following Celtic’s shock League Cup
defeat to Inverness Caledonian Thistle while
coaching there, plus his spells with Huddersfield
Town and Birmingham City.

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