Monday, December 26, 2011

Celebrity Interview - Prepare Well to Perform

Antonis loved fishing and soccer from
an early age.
Exclusive Fishmax Interview

Terry Antonis first received media attention in Australia when he was 10 years old winning a football talent competition on a Channel 7 television show, and he's been described as "one of the most outstanding young players that I have seen" and "of immense talent without a doubt." Now he's making his mark in the midfield with Sydney FC in the A-League, but as well as soccer, the teenage sensation has also been fishing since his very early years. Terry talks fishing exclusively with Fishmax in this interview.

FM: What’s your earliest fishing memory?

Fishing with my family off the wharf under the Spit Bridge in Sydney

FM: Where is your favourite fishing spot?
The Spit Bridge on Sydney’s Northern Beaches is still my favourite fishing spot

FM: Your best fishing story?
When I was younger I was fishing with my uncle and grandpa and I was standing on the back of the boat fishing. My uncle thought it would be funny to move the boat forward and I fell off the back of the boat with my rod in my hand

FM: Favourite fish recipe?
I love catching a fish and then cooking it on the BBQ, wrapped in foil with some olive oil, salt and herbs.

FM: What’s the biggest fish you’ve caught?
The biggest fish I’ve ever caught was a 4kg bream
Preparation the key in soccer and fishing

FM: How often do you go fishing?

I manage to go fishing about once a month but it depends on when I get some time off training and playing football with Sydney FC.

FM: Where is the most exotic place you’ve been fishing?
I’ve never really been anywhere exotic fishing but the best place I’ve been was off Sydney Heads.

FM: Do you have a fishing tip you’re willing to share?
You have to prepare well if you are going to catch anything.

For more Terry Antonis News and news, fixtures etc, visit the official Sydney FC website.

words: Stevo Perry Pics: Terry Antonis' personal albums & Getty Images

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