A Films or documentaries about football are an interesting dish for sports lovers. Some titles about football have a place in the hearts of fans.
Throughout the 21st century, there have been many various football-based media. Even so, not all of them can attract the attention of all fans.
As reported by Sportskeeda, there are a number of titles of films and documentaries that are considered very good. Here are five titles that are considered the best football impressions:
5. The Cursed Guild
This British sports drama film was officially released in 2009. The film is adapted from a fictional book, which follows Brian Clough as Leeds United coach in 1974.
The story itself revolves around Clough and his assistant, Peter Taylor. They ended up clashing with former Leeds coach, Donald “Don” Revie. At that time, Leeds United was the club that won the Premier League.
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The title of the film produced by the BBC caused a number of controversies, because many did not correspond to reality. However, this film is still praised for its storyline that stirs the emotions of the audience.
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4. Escape to Victory
This film received quite a lot of attention thanks to the character of Robert Hatch, played by Sylvester Stallone. In this film, Hatch is an ally of a prisoner of war.
In prison, Hatch and John Colby were held in a German prison camp during the Second World War. They then along with other prisoners played an exhibition football match against the German team.
A number of professional footballers also took part. Call it Bobby Moore, Osvaldo Ardiles, Kazimierz Deyna, Paul Van Himst, Mike Summerbee, Hallvar Thoresen, Werner Roth and Pelé. Many Ipswich Town players are also in the film.