Terry Curran's confessional is a holds barred tale of football guaranteed to put a smile on the faces of fans who remember the game's golden age of Cloughie, Tommy Docherty, Lawrie McMenemy, Jack Charlton and Howard Kendall. Sheffield Wednesday's all-time cult hero opens his heart about football in the 1970s and 80s, with great off-field tales to make your hair curl. Brilliant and unpredictable on the pitch, argumentative and hot headed off it, Terry Curran thrilled and entertained, leaving great and unusual memories. Yet in Regrets of a Football Maverick he reveals how his contentious nature caused him to miss out on his destiny. Highlights include learning from Cloughie, being a saint and a sinner with England World Cup hero Alan Ball, the Boxing Day Massacre and doing a Carlos Tevez at Everton. Terry's story will transport you back to an era of great games, goals and girls - but t necessarily in that order. WARNING: Terry Curran's story may offend the politically correct!