Lawrie Sanchez

Lawrie Sanchez

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Lawrie Sanchez

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Lawrence Philip "Lawrie" Sanchez (born 22 October 1959) is a Northern Irish football manager, and a former player. He is currently the manager of League Two side Barnet. The defining moment of his playing career came in the 1988 FA Cup Final, when he scored the winning goal for Wimbledon, producing one of the biggest Cup upsets against Liverpool.

Personal life

Sanchez was born in London, the son of an Ecuadorian father and a Northern Irish mother. He was educated at Presentation College, a grammar school in Reading, Berkshire, and went on to take a BSc degree in management science at Loughborough University while a Reading F.C. player. He was married to Heather, who died of cancer in 1998;

Playing career

Club career

Sanchez had first played for Reading, between 1977 and 1984, before moving to Wimbledon for £30,000. He scored the goal that got the Dons promoted to the First Division in 1986. His most famous moment as a player came in 1988, when he scored the goal that won Wimbledon the FA Cup in 1988 against Liverpool, a match widely believed to be one of the biggest cup final upsets in history. It was not an easy game, as Peter Beardsley had...
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