Terry Moore
Terry
Moore

Born
02 June 1958
Age
64
Birthplace
Moncton, CAN
Height
183 cm
Where they grew up
Belfast, New Brunswick, Northern Ireland
TEAM HONOURS (3)
Stats
International "A" - CAN MNT
12 Appearances
11 Starts
0 Goals
0 Assists

Bio

Terry Moore

Terence Robert Moore... he was nine years old when his family moved from Saint John to Belfast... worked for the Royal Ulster Constabulary / Police Service for Northern Ireland... at the end of his career at Glentoran FC, a testimonial match was played in his honour on 4 August 1993...

honoured by the Canada Soccer Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2005... part of the first Canadian team to reach the knock-out phase at the Olympic Games (Los Angeles 1984), recognised as a Canada Soccer Team of Distinction... part of the first Canadian team to play at the FIFA World Cup (Mexico 1986), recognised as a Canada Soccer Team of Distinction...

Concacaf champion (1985)... represented Canada at the Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Games and 1986 FIFA World Cup Mexico... represented Canada in FIFA World Cup Qualifiers and Olympic Qualifiers... career 22 international appearances across seven years from 1981 to 1987 with Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team, including 12 international "A" appearances...

club career in Northern Ireland and USA, including appearances in UEFA European Cup and UEFA Cup... with Tulsa Roughnecks, a North American Soccer League Championship winner (Soccer Bowl in 1983)... with Glentoran FC, an Irish League winner (1987-88)...

wrote Tampa Bay coach Gordon Jago in 1982, “a good solid defender who is an excellent man to man marker; effective in the air, he’s strong and rugged in the tackle”... wrote the Tulsa Roughnecks in 1984, “strong, yet skillful central defender that played key role in Roughneck rally that culminated in Soccer Bowl 83 title”...

said Moore of the 1984 Olympic Games and 1986 FIFA World Cup in a 2020 Glentoran interview, “I can only describe them as one of the proudest moments of my life and for my family, representing my country of birth and to this day I call myself a Canadian even though I grew up in east Belfast. The teammates I will never forget, nor the fun, laughter and comradeship”...

For Country

he was 25 years old when he made his debut for Canada at the national A level (19 June 1983)... finished fifth with Canada at the Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Football Tournament... helped Canada win the 1985 CONCACAF Champions / FIFA World Qualifiers for Mexico 1986... represented Canada at the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico (he did not feature)...

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