Liverpool legend admits to having dementia. Former Liverpool star Terry McDermott has admit to having dementia after being diagnosed.
Liverpool legend Terry McDermott has revealed he is in the early stages of mass dementia from Levy. After being diagnose in the hospital
McDermott, 69, said: “I have to take a step and keep going. That’s what I grew up with. There’s nothing that I get easily, I’m not afraid to come across this. There are many former players who are much worse than me.” “Fighting is a habit of mine. But the worst thing was when my condition was diagnosed. which you never know what will happen Several former players were found to have dementia. or Alzheimer’s It’s very scary.”
In Liverpool’s game against Burnley on Saturday evening McDermott I went to watch the game at Anfield. “I wanted to go down to Anfield to meet with footballers. and the people I’ve known for many years including having a chat with them.”
for McDermott Regarded as one of the best midfielders in Liverpool’s history, he made 329 appearances for the Reds, scoring 81 goals between 1974 and 1982, and also won the PA Player of the Year award. FA and FWA in 1980