Duncan McKenzie – Former Leeds, Chelsea, Everton & Nottingham Forest Footballer, Broadcaster and Entertaining After-Dinner Speaker.
Duncan McKenzie was born 10th June 1950, Grimsby and started his soccer career at Nottingham Forest in 1968.
In August 1974, Brian Clough signed Duncan McKenzie for Leeds United. He spent two seasons at the Elland Road club and produced an impressive 27 goals in 66 league games.
In the summer of 1976, he had a brief spell at the Belgium club Anderlecht but returned to England in the same year and signed for Everton for £200,000.00.
His two years at Goodison Park produced 14 goals in 48 games before a move to Chelsea in September 1978, for a fee of £165, 000.00
In March 1979, he joined Blackburn Rovers for £80,000.00, where he stayed until 1981.
Duncan McKenzie enjoyed two years in the USA with the Tulsa Roughnecks and the Chicago Sting and then finished his career in Hong Kong playing for Ryoden FC.
With over 300 appearances and over 100 goals scored, Duncan McKenzie was one of the great mavericks of English football during the 1970’s.