Laurence Angwin

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Laurence Angwin (born 7 October 1982) is a former Australian rules footballer in the Australian Football League. He is infamous for being sacked by his team, the Carlton Football Club after turning up to training having used recreational drugs.Carbonell, R. "AFL allegations of recreational drug use", The World Today, 7 April 2004, Accessed 28 January 2010

The grandson of former Hawthorn Peter Crimmins Medallist Andy Angwin,Ahmed, N. "Angwin's dream chance", The Age, 15 December 2002, p. 57 Angwin was drafted by Adelaide Football Club in the first round of the 2000 AFL Draft. Angwin lasted only season with Adelaide, facing injuries and emotional issues, and returned to Melbourne.

Angwin was drafted by Carlton at pick 17 in the 2002 Rookie draft and he made his AFL debut in Round 14 2003. By the end of the 2003 AFL season Angwin was considered a future star at Carlton.Blueseum, "Laurence Angwin", Accessed 28 January 2010 However, continuing off-field problems, including charges being laid against him from stealing from team mate Karl Norman, meant he remained a controversial player.

In 2004 it was claimed that Angwin and Norman arrived at a Carlton training session under the...
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