Terry McDermottTerry McDermott is a former football midfielder who was a member of the Liverpool team of the 1970s and early 1980s, in which he won three European Cups and six Division 1 titles. He was also capped 25 times for England, and has had an extensive coaching career with Newcastle (twice), Huddersfield Town and most recently, as assistant manager of Birmingham City. McDermott joined Bury as a youngster in 1969. He made a total of 90 appearances and eight goals before joining Newcastle United in 1973. McDermott reached the FA Cup Final in 1974 against Liverpool. However, Newcastle lost the match 3-0. Liverpool boss Bob Paisley, in his first season in charge after replacing Bill Shankly, brought McDermott to Merseyside in November 1974. He made his Liverpool debut, along with Phil Neal, on 16 November, in a Merseyside derby with fierce rivals Everton at Goodison Park. Neither side could break the deadlock with both sides sharing the points. McDermott's first goal came in a 1-1 league draw with Burnley at Turf Moor on 8 March 1975.
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