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Articles about Brian Laws

Hayes signs for the Tykes by Paul Hayes - 02/06/2005
After much speculation Paul Hayes has signed for Barnsley - one of three new signing at Oakwell. [More]
Sorry to see the end of 2004Sorry to see the end of 2004 by Paul Hayes - 03/12/2004
After poor first half to 2004, Hayesy doesn't want the year to end! With fourteen goals and top of the table - who could blame him? [More]
Interview - looking back on the past season by Paul Hayes - 21/05/2004
After breaking on to the scene with a number of goals the previous year, Haysey had a frustrating year - effectively playing understudy to the 'golden boot' of Steve MacClean. Official Player Sites asked his opinion on the past season. [More]
The boys will pull togetherThe boys will pull together by Paul Hayes - 25/03/2004
This morning Brian Laws announced he was leaving Glandford Park to the players. Paul takes about the reasons for the recent slump in form and states that the club will pull away from trouble. [More]
Difficult timesDifficult times by Paul Hayes - 10/03/2004
With Paul again finding himself on the bench, he admits to frustration whilst also accepting that Brian Laws has a job to do. [More]
Portsmouth 1 Scunthorpe 0: Taylor grabs glory as Scunthorpe fail to take chances by Paul Hayes - 26/01/2004
Ivo Tennant's report from The Times as Pompey end Scunthorpe's run in the FA cup. [More]
Poxy times!? by Paul Hayes - 03/12/2003
With a dose of Chicken Pox to deal with, Haysey looks back on a the disappointing draw at Darlington. Taking a look at history though, and it seems recent form should stand the club in good stead for promotion. [More]
Four-midable Irons are too strong for U's by Paul Hayes - 24/11/2003
A Scunthorpe Telegraph reports on SAturday's comfortable win against Cambridge. Although Steven MacLean grabbed the headlines, Haysey got the boys off to the best of starts with a great opening goal. [More]
Back in the spotlight by Paul Hayes - 11/11/2003
With Steve Torpey suspended, Haysey hit the back of the net twice on Saturday - earning Scunthorpe a home tie in the next round. [More]
Frustrating times by Paul Hayes - 10/10/2003
With only a number of substitute appearances and the odd appearance in the reserves, Haysey talks about his desire to get back into the starting line up at Glandford Park. [More]
Wallsend Boy's Club - Shearer bigger than Pele?Wallsend Boy's Club - Shearer bigger than Pele? by Robbie Elliott - 09/10/2003
After spending Wednesday evening in the company of the staff and past players of Wallsend Boy's Club, Robbie looks ack at an entertaining night and the proof that Alan Shearer is bigger than World Footballer of the Millenium - Pele! [More]