Jun. 2nd, 1957
Preston, Lancashire, England, UK
5' 11 1/2
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Mark Thomas Lawrenson is a former professional footballer, a defender in the Liverpool and Ireland football teams of the 1980s. After a short career as a manager, he has since been a radio, television and internet pundit for the BBC, TV3 and Today FM. Though born in England, Lawrenson played for the Republic of Ireland because his grandfather, Thomas Crotty, was born in Waterford. A keen gardener, trombonist, and pipe smoker, Lawrenson is also a kite flying enthusiast. Mark is now married to third wife, Susie, and has two children, Sam and Ruby.
- Former Republic of Ireland international footballer.
- * Made his debut for Ireland on the 24th of April 1977 against Poland.
- Played 39 times for Ireland from 1977 to 1987 and scored 5 goals.
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