Denis Law Aberdeen and Scotland Football Player Biography of Denis Law Aberdonian Footballer with details of his football career and awards Denis Law was born in Aberdeen on the 24th February 1940. inverse square law the intensity of radiation is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source of radiation. He was brought to Old Trafford by Sir Matt Busby, the man who had given him his Scotland debut nearly four years earlier. Denis Law details from post-war Premier and Football League records After four years at Huddersfield, he was signed by Manchester City for an estimated transfer fee of £55,000, which set a new British record. Denise helped me to gain self-confidence and understand how my life choices lead me to develop the cancer. His career as a football player began at Second Division Huddersfield Town in 1956. I became fully engaged and used breathing, visualizations, the Craniosacral techniques she guided me through, Brain Gym exercises, and the energy work she did from distance to get in charge of my body and emotions until I achieved total remission and full recovery. Denis Law. Denis LAW - Manchester City FC - Biography of his Man City football career. law of independent assortment the members of gene pairs segregate independently during meiosis; see also mendel's laws. law [law] a uniform or constant fact or principle. He lived in a tenement flat in Printfield Terrace with his parents George and Robina and their other six children. One of the game's most prolific goalscorers of all-time, Denis Law's first taste of English football came at Billy Shankly's Huddersfield as a slight, bespectacled 16 year-old in 1956. For specific named laws, see under the name. Denis Law (born 24 February 1940) is a Scottish former footballer who played as a forward. Denis Law joined Manchester United in August 1962 at the age of 22. Denis Law tells Jimmy Armfield about his early days playing for Huddersfield Town, spells at Manchester City and Italian club Torino and his international career with Scotland. She added: "The council is pleased to have been in a position to allocate the land and provide significant investment, with a valued contribution from the Cruyff Foundation, to support the excellent work of the Denis Law Legacy Trust.