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  Alan Hansen: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Hansen was bright at school but turned down the opportunity to study at university university quick summary:
The hillsborough disaster was a deadly human stampede that occurred on april 15, 1989, at hillsborough, a football (soccer)football stadium in sheffield,...
Hansen is married to Janet and has a son and a daughter.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/a/al/alan_hansen.htm   (3094 words)

  
 Liverpool.y2u.co.uk - Liverpool Football Club - Nearly everything you need to know   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The club was also present at two of the biggest tragedies in European football - at Heysel in 1985 and Hillsborough in 1989.
A significant breakthrough star in the Liverpool team was young striker Ian Rush, who had been signed from Chester in 1980 and after a couple of seasons in the reserves had broken into the first team and established himself as a prolific goal scorer.
Captain Alan Hansen had some of the finest leadership skills in European football.
liverpool.y2u.co.uk   (4199 words)

  
 football-books.com - A-Z index by author
Brett, Alan and George Hoare and Andrew Clark (Editor) - Sunderland AFC and Roker Park Voices (Archive Photographs: Two in One Series) (2001)
Hansen, Alan - Alan Hansen: A Matter of Opinion (2000)
Sugden, John and Alan Tomlinson - Badfellas: FIFA Family at War (2003)
www.football-books.com /a-z%20author.html   (6617 words)

  
 David A. Spencer - News in 2003
He won the school 100 and 220 yards two years running on the red-cindered Eton Manor track that had been used for the 1948 Olympics at Wembley.
In 1953, he famously broke both wrists in two minutes of boxing in the house boxing championships (his opponent was called Alan Codginton?).
Norman recalls: "Poor Alan burst into tears at the end of the round because of the number of times I had whacked him.
www.davidaspencer.com /302003news.html   (4770 words)

  
 Billy's blog: Linguablogging Archives
First, Alan Hansen on Match of the Day said that the dramatic day of relegation-deciding matches on Sunday had been ‘a wonderful watch’.
Then last night Paul Gascoigne was on a documentary about what happens to footballers after they retire (talking to Alan Hansen, coincidentally).
Talking about how much he had missed playing when he first stopped, he said ‘oh yes, it was a big miss’.
blogs.pumpernickle.net /billy/linguablogging   (5449 words)

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