Steve McMahon

Steve McMahon

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Steve McMahon

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Stephen Joseph McMahon (born 20 August 1961) is an English former football midfielder who most notably played for Liverpool in the late 1980s. He is currently a football pundit for an Asia-based sports broadcaster ESPN Star Sports.

Playing career

Halewood-born McMahon started his career at Everton, the club he supported as a boy, playing for them as a teenager after appearing at Goodison Park as a ball boy. He made his league debut on 16 August 1980 in the 3–1 defeat to Sunderland at Roker Park, he went on to be voted the supporters player of the year by the end of the 1980/81 season. His commanding presence in the Toffees midfield earned him the captaincy of the club but Everton's lack of success couldn't quench his thirst for honours, so after 4 seasons which included 100 league appearances and 11 league goals McMahon was on the move.

He joined Aston Villa on 20 May 1983 for £175,000 (apparently rejecting a move to Liverpool in order to stay in the good books of the Evertonians), he made his league debut on 27 August 1983 in the 4–3 derby win over West Bromwich Albion at Villa Park. McMahon settled quickly and established himself in the heart of the Villains midfield. However the success he craved never materialised with Villa finishing a disappointing 10th in his first season at the club, and to confound matters his previous club, Everton, finished 3 places above them in 7th spot. The following season, 1984/85, ended up worse than the previous...
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