Terry Conroy spent most of his career with Stoke City.
He joined the Potters from the Irish club, Glentoran for £10,000 in March 1967. He went on to make 333 Cup and League appearances for Stoke, scoring 66 goals. A brilliant dribbler, who had pace, stamina and a fierce shot in either foot, he won a League Cup winners medal in 1972 when he starred in Stoke's 2-1 victory over Chelsea.
Capped by the Republic of Ireland 26 times, he left the Victoria Ground for the Hong Kong club Bulova on a free transfer in 1979 having spent 12 years with the Potters. He returned to England in 1980 to play for Crewe Alexandra, scoring five goals in 37 League appearances before hanging up his boots to concentrate on his business.
He is currently doing PA work at the Britannia Stadium, and is also the Patron of Charity Funds at Staffordshire based Castle Comfort Stairlifts.