FORMER Trinidad and Tobago international who worked as development squad coach at Wigan.
Lawrence’s reputation was established through his playing career which lasted 16 years and saw him earn 89 caps for his country.
In the UK he played for Wrexham (more than 200 games between 2001 and 2006), Swansea City and Crewe Alexandra.
On the international stage he scored the goal that qualified Trinidad and Tobago for the 2006 FIFA World Cup in a 1-0 victory over Bahrain.
At the World Cup in Germany, he played every minute of every match, including games against Sweden, Paraguay and England.
Lawrence also spent time as the captain for his national side after the retirement of Dwight Yorke.
Lawrence started his role as a coach at Wigan Athletic in 2009 as part of Roberto Martinez’s staff, working alongside Graham Barrow with the development squad.