Lawrie Sanchez is currently out of work after surprisingly being replaced by Martin Allen at League Two side Barnet. The club may have been on a poor run of form but the decision seemed unaffair on Sanchez who unsurprisingly reacted angrily to the news, claiming the owners lacked loyalty.
Having been most well known for his FA Cup win with Wimbledon in 1988, Lawrie Sanchez ended his playing career in the mid-1990s and went into management in the 1994-1995 season by becoming player-manager at Sligo Rovers.
After a year at the Irish club, Sanchez returned to Wimbledon to become the reserve team manager under Joe Kinnear before returning to management in 1999, where he joined Wycombe Wanderers.
During his time at Wycombe, his biggest achievement came when he took the club to the semi-final of the 2001 FA Cup, losing 2-1 to Liverpool. However, the next few years were difficult for Sanchez as the ITV Digital collapse put pressures on Wycombe and poor results saw Sanchez sacked in September 2003.
It didn't take long for him to get back into the game as Northern Ireland appointed him as the National manager and he managed to rejuvenate a side who had struggled to cause any problems going forward.
He moved to Fulham in 2007, but was only at the Cottagers for a handful of months as he left the club at the end of that year with the club facing relegation. Being brought in as an assistant to Grazioli at Barnet in 2010, Sanchez was able to give the youthful manage the benefit of his experience and it was decided the following season that he should become manager, after the Bees managed to avoid relegation on the last day of the season.
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