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Lawrie McMenemy


Price Range
£5,000 - £8,000

Type of Entertainment
Speaker - Sporting

Great For...
Corporate Events, Conferences, Award Ceremonies

Lawrie McMenemy is a former Southampton and Northern Ireland Football Manager.

Career Achievements:
1961-1964: Player Coach, Gateshead FC
1964-1966: Manager Coach, Bishop Auckland FC (1965 League Champions, League and County Cup Winners)
1966-1968: Coach, Sheffield Wednesday FC
1968-1971: Manager, Doncaster Rovers (1968-69 4th Division Champions)
1971-1973: Manager, Grimsby Town FC (1971-72 4th Division Champions)
1973-1985: Manager, Southampton FC (1976 FA Cup Winners)
1977-1978: 2nd Division Runners Up
1979: League Cup Runners Up
1983-1985: 1st Divisions Runners Up
1983-1984: Managing Director, Sunderland FC
1990: Assistant Manager, England
1991: Vice President, The League Managers Association

1972-1986: BBC TV World Cup and FA Cup panels
1981: BBC TV “Superkids” (2 series)
1982: TV’s “Children’s Challenge” (2 series)
1989: BBC Radio “Down Your Way” Presenter
1987-1990: TV-AM Soccer Analyst
1988-1990: Summariser Sky TV News & Eurosport satellite TV
1990: Co-presenter Granada TV sports series

Awards and Qualifications:
Bells Divisional Manager of the Year four times

Lawrie McMenemy is a very experienced public speaker specialising in management motivation, a theme addressed at numerous corporate conferences. He has written two books “Diary of a Season” and “Lawrie McMenemy’s Book of Soccer” and is a Patron of the Alzheimers Disease Association as well as working with the Spastics Society and the St. Dismus Society in rehabilitation. He is also on the committee of Outward Bound. His other hobbies and interests include golf, tennis and the theatre. The Guinness Book of Soccer facts ranks Lawrie among the 20 most successful managers in post war English football, Mark Wright, Matthew Le Tissier and Alan Shearer emerged from his youth policy at Southampton.

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