Duncan McKenzie will always be remembered as an entertainer both on an off the pitch.
His career in soccer began at Nottingham Forest and when Brian Clough became Leeds United Manager for the famous 44 days he signed McKenzie for the Elland Road Club. At the time, this was a record signing as he was the most expensive footballer in the country and whilst Forest were £240,000 better off, they lost their most extrovert player. 'Cloughie' left, but Duncan stayed on at a club where he is fondly remembered, not only as a player but for his ability to jump over a mini car which he did on the pitch at Leeds, in front of a crowd of 30,000 people!
He went on to become a member of the Everton Hall of Fame and also starred for Anderlecht in Belgium, Blackburn Rovers and Chelsea.
He now broadcasts at Radio Merseyside, writes a column for the Liverpool Echo and is much in demand as an After-dinner speaker. His speech ranges from the hilarious recollections of his playing days under the management of the legendary Brian Clough, to his motivational stories drawing from his experiences in the dressing room.