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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. 

The Fame and Claim to a Nickname

A little pre-season football trivia fun is always good to relieve the tedium of the summer months without our beloved club football. So now is an ideal time to look at quirks and questions you have always wanted to ask about your club but have always been tied up with the importance of the season and results. One thought springs …

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Denis The Legend Law

It is 55 years since Denis Law signed for Manchester United and formed one of the greatest, most prolific, and iconic frontlines in football history. Recently, this sensational Old Trafford legend was instated into The National Football Museum’s Walk of Fame, another achievement to add to this great Scots magnificent football career as well as to the historic and prestigious …

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Unknown Name Turned Best in the Game

The big money moves and star name signings are always the most exciting and anticipated during the football transfer window. The mega-million pound transfers are top of the gossip columns and the star player signings permanently hog the newspaper back-pages, but however good or bad one of these top transfers turns out to be, there have been many unfamiliar and …

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Oh Teddy Teddy… 20 years since Sheringham’s Surprise Signing

He wanted to win trophies, honest and to the point. After 14 years of playing professional football and without a major honour to his name, Teddy Sheringham would go onto prove good things really do come to those who wait. It is 20 years since Edward Paul Sheringham signed for Manchester United in one of the surprise signings of the …

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European Under-21 Championship – Legends Made, Stars of the Future

The UEFA European Under-21 Championship is underway. It not only gives everyone missing the domestic football season a chance to enjoy a summer tournament, but it is also a chance to see young talent coming through the ranks and perceive the stars of tomorrow. A competition held every two years, the Under-21 European Championship is seen as a launch-pad for …

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Big-Time Tumblers, Forgotten Fallers

The Three promoted teams from the 2016/17 Championship season will be hoping for a long and successful stay in the Premier League. Survival is paramount, but it is not an easy feat. Some clubs embrace Championship football and bounce straight back up to the Premier League, others find the drop from top flight football hard and struggle in football’s second …

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Jose’s Juveniles?

Transfer rumours always surround Manchester United, and at this time of the year the speculation as to who is heading to Old Trafford is more heightened than usual. It’s an exciting time, mega-money deals apparently imminent – Griezmann, Belotti and Lukako are just a few names being linked with United, but after the club’s final match of the season against …

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The 2017 Champion’s League Final – Record Breaking, History Making

Nineteen years ago Real Madrid and Juventus met in the 1998 Champion’s League final. This Saturday these two giants of world football will battle it out again to be crowned kings of Europe and pick up the prestigious Champion’s League trophy in one of the greatest and biggest sporting events in the world. The final is always a special occasion …

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Great Goalies up for Grabs?

Building a successful football team starts at the back. A reliable, super shot stopping composed goalkeeper is what every side needs if they are going to challenge for trophies or make significant progress in European competitions. Goals might win you games, but a great goalie can ultimately save you points in matches with a last gasp save or a calming …

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Jubilee FA Cup Glory

The rivalry was as evident as ever in the ‘70’s but their football status was very different. Liverpool were immense, the team to beat at the time and winning every trophy in the game, while Manchester United had struggled since Matt Busby had left the club. Relegation and failed managers, it was a fry cry from the glory days of …

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