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Hannah Lawrence

Hannah Lawrence
My name is Hannah Lawrence and I regularly write scripts, novels and articles.  I have completed a course with The Writers Bureau and have had work published by Viz magazine, United Press poetry books and The UK Poetry Library. I have some of my short stories available for purchase on Amazon for Kindle, I am also a member of my local writer's group, Kingswood Writer's Ink.  You will also find some of my work on my website as well as on Wattpad. 

Best of British

British home nation players have always played their part in the Manchester United squad over the years, the latest addition being Scott McTominay. The Irish connection has always been strong, as well as some special Scots, wonderful Welshmen, and of course the excitement of English expertise has continually graced the Old Trafford pitch, but who are the best of British …

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Wasted Youth?

Multi-million pound signings, thrilling transfers to marvel over and the possibility of trophies galore, it’s exciting times for the top teams and players in the Premier League, but where does this leave young footballers trying to break into the first team? Recently, Pep Guardiola, the Man City manager, named a six-man substitute bench instead of seven leaving a split opinion …

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Number One

Not only is David De Gea Manchester United’s number one goalkeeper, but the Spanish international has to be considered as the number one shot stopper in the world. Leading the race to win the golden glove award this season and only one match away from reaching 300 appearances with United, De Gea’s point-blank saves, shot stopping with his feet, and …

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Dangerous Score The Review

Dangerous Score is a crime thriller set in the footballing world of non-league. It is written by Michael Bearcroft who was a junior footballer with Sheffield United and had involvement with Northamptonshire football clubs both as a chairman and as a sponsor, so this man certainly knows his football which he has cleverly intertwined with an exciting, intriguing story which …

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Eric Harrison MBE The Man Behind winning something with kids

Eric Harrison has much to celebrate over the coming months – turning 80 years old and a trip to Buckingham palace to be awarded his MBE. These celebrations follow on from last year’s anniversary of 25 years since he coached a special group of players to a youth cup victory – ‘Fergie’s Fledglings.’ Football and Manchester United owe so much …

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Last league hurrah in Serie A?

Much was anticipated of the 2017/18 Premier League season, with a thrilling title race expected this term. In Spain, the La Liga top spot was predicted to be an exciting close encounter as Barcelona attempted to wrestle back the championship from bitter rivals Real Madrid. While others played catch up in the German and French league, big things were predicted …

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Never too Young to be re-United

The wrong side of thirty, long-term injuries, the England teams forgotten man and an exit out of Old Trafford looking certain – you could say after much promise, Ashley Young’s football career had plummeted, that is, until now. Commitment, professionalism, oh and the small matter of switching to left-back and keeping three team-mates out of the team with his impressive …

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Managerial Merry-go-round Mistakes?

We are almost halfway through the season and already a quarter of managers who started the term in charge of Premier League clubs have been dismissed. Some might say the sackings were the correct decisions, others not, either way, the burning question is are the replacements the right choices? Firing a manager is all well and good, but unless the …

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Ole was always Gunnar be a success

It is ten years since Manchester United’s baby-faced assassin left Old Trafford after eleven illustrious years with the club. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will always be fondly thought of as not only a great striker for the Old Trafford team, but as a bargain buy, super sub and United’s saviour in the 1999 Champion’s League final – quite an impressive list …

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Critical Capital Clash

One of the biggest derbies in world football takes place this Saturday with added spice this term. The Serie A season may only be four months old, but this match is already immense in relation to the title race and Champion’s League places on offer, as well as it being a fiery and highly anticipated encounter that no player on …

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