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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. 

Winter Window Washout?

The summer transfer window is always an exciting anticipated time for football fans. Who will your team buy? What will your team look like at the start of the season? It’s a period of club website checking, transfer target rumours and a thrill for supporters once the football season has come to an end, but can the same be said …

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Jones is Jose’s Man

Since he was signed by Sir Alex Ferguson for Manchester United in 2011, Phil Jones’ 6 years at Old Trafford has been plagued by injuries. It seemed his days with The Red Devils were numbered with last season being his worst for spending time in the treatment room. He only made 13 appearances due to ankle problems including a fracture, …

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The Historic Save

The 1968 European Cup Final between Manchester United and Benfica is a momentous match in footballing history for so many reasons. The game was played 10 years after the Munich air disaster in which many of the Busby Babes lost their lives. Sir Matt Busby had rebuilt his team and Manchester United won the cup for all those players who …

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World-class v World-class

With El Classico fast approaching, the world of football will be watching this match with anticipation. Always a thrilling extravagance, Barcelona v Real Madrid is a game no football fan wants to miss – especially as it is a chance to see two of the best players in the world compete against each other; Lionel Messi & Cristiano Ronaldo. Who, …

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Football’s Fascinating Facts

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has scored the 25,000th Premier League goal and, so far this season, the most frequent score line has been a 1-1 draw. Millions of fans watch the Premier League every week and after the match we are bamboozled with facts; who made the most runs, which player completed the most passes, how many times the goalie touched the …

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United Greats – Robbo

It is 25 years since Bryan Robson signed for Manchester United for £1.5 million pounds, at the time, it was a British record transfer fee. This once tough tackling, warrior-like midfielder is to date the longest serving captain Manchester United have ever had and he scored 99 goals for The Red Devils in all competitions. From FA Cup winner to …

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Inter-changes needed

Following the sacking of Frank de Boar, one of the giants of European football, Inter Milan, are currently a club in decline. It seems a life time ago that football fans during the 90’s would settle down on a Sunday afternoon for football Italia and look forward to watching the stars of this San Siro team. Inter Milan are now …

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Duncan Edwards – Boy Wonder

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Recently celebrated was what would have been the 80th Birthday of deceased Busby Babe Duncan Edwards. Once described as one of the most gifted players to ever grace a football pitch, sadly we didn’t get to see Edwards fulfil his potential and, the majority of football fans, only have video footage on which to witness the fantastic football brain and …

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The Italian Giggs

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For any outfield footballer, playing until the age of forty is a remarkable achievement. It is even more extraordinary if they have played for the same football club for their whole career, the loyalty alone is something very special. Ryan Giggs is of course the player that springs to mind when such a record is discussed and rightly so. He …

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Respect for Rooney

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In recent weeks Wayne Rooney has been greatly criticised for his current football form from fans, the media and pundits. I would be the first to say, and I am sure Wayne would agree, that at present he is not ‘firing on all cylinders’ and he has struggled to make an impact on the pitch recently. However, to write him …

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