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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 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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Hat-trick Heroes

Hitting the back of the net three times in one game and taking home the match ball – scoring a hat-trick is a special moment for any player. Recently Cristiano Ronaldo drew level with Lionel Messi with his seventh Champion’s league hat-trick. A remarkable achievement, both players thrive on walking off the pitch with the match ball and their records …

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The Women’s FA Cup Final – Great time’s Ahead

First played in 1971, Southampton won the first three FA Cups but 26 years on, Arsenal are the record holders with 14 wins, the women’s FA Cup Final is more popular than ever. Over 35,000 fans bought a record amount of tickets for the Wembley match, Birmingham City Ladies versus Manchester City Women is just the start of what could …

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Sign for Free or World Record Fee?

With the Premier League football season nearing the end, clubs and fans will turn their attention to summer transfer targets and stellar signings. It is always a fascinating time full of twists and turns, the big-money clubs vying for multimillion pound signings while promoted teams look for a bargain buy. With the summer transfer window opening in less than 60 …

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Paddy the Great

‘If Pat Crerand plays well, then Manchester United play well’ were the words used to describe what a superb player Paddy Crerand was for The Red Devils. Compliments do not come much better than this, but having said that, footballers do not come much better than Patrick Timothy Crerand who was one of the greatest players to grace the Old …

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Derby Days and Riveting Rivalries

The recent Milan derby was dramatic. Inter took a 2-0 lead before AC Milan made a comeback scoring the equaliser in the last minute of the match. El Clasico was even more spectacular last weekend. A top of the table clash, the Spanish title at stake, Real Madrid down to ten men make it 2-2 then Messi scores the winner …

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Remarkable Rooster Landing a Premier League Deal?

Juventus have been the outstanding team in Serie A this season again and the title looks like it will be in the hands of The Old Lady once more as we head towards the end of the season. Their players will be praised and rightly so, no doubt they will pick up individual awards, Gonzalo Higuain has scored a fantastic 21 …

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Manchester United v Anderlecht – An Historic Match

It’s the Europa League quarter-final, a Thursday night match, Manchester United against Anderlecht – a team in a league ranked 10th in the world, nothing to get too excited about some may say. However, not only are the stakes high for both teams, progression will edge either side towards a passage into next year’s Champion’s League as well as a …

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