All the way from August 1975, here’s Liverpool’s Terry Mac laying to shame every modern footballer who ever filled in a programme questionnaire, namedropping sports cars, WAGs, property portfolios and £750 cocktails at gentlemen’s clubs. Te doesn’t like losing or two-faced people, but he likes dancing and music and Keith Kennedy of Bury.
Young Te tells it like it is. Or rather was. FAVOURITE SINGERS: Barry White, Wizzard and Good Intent (my brother’s group). PERSONAL AMBITION: To win a major trophy with Liverpool. FAVOURITE FOOD: Chip butties…
PREVIOUS CLUBS: Bury, Newcastle
CAR: Capri 1600
FAVOURITE ACTOR/ACTRESS: Clint Eastwood, Racquel Welch
BEST COUNTRY VISITED: Spain
FAVOURITE TV SHOWS: Morecambe & Wise, Benny Hill, any sports programme
IF YOU WEREN’T A FOOTBALLER WHAT DO YOU THINK YOU’D BE? Don’t know
FAVOURITE OTHER TEAMS: Newcastle and Bury, but that’s not to say I wouldn’t stick the boot in on Keith Kennedy if we got them in the Cup, unless he caught me first.
Good lad, Te.
More focus on 1975, Racquel Welch and sponsored motors with players’ names on the door in Got, Not Got, gooing cheap on Amazon.
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