Famous Soccer Personalities
17 Apr 2015
How a Sunday League manager on the touchline explains to his players the 2:4:3:1 formation
The season is reaching it's climax. Managers, fans and players are all getting very excited. In this video, we take a look at how Managers on the touchline get their message across on the tactical ramifications of playing their preferred playing system. Watch out Mr Louis van Gaal, they are after your job!!
23 Jan 2015
The famous Cruyff turn
Johan Cruyff was an exceptionally skilful and very intelligent football player. In the 1974 World Cup held in West Germany, Cruyff was captain of the Dutch team that went onto to get beaten 2 - 1 by the hosts in the final.
31 May 2014
Football Documentary – Sold for a Fiver Part 5
Part 5 and the final episode of the football documentary "Sold for a Fiver" The writing is on the wall. Leyton Orient are relegated with 5 games left and the managerial duo have the unenviable and difficult task of trying to lift and motivate the players before the upcoming home game against Brentford.
29 May 2014
Football Documentary – Sold for a Fiver Part 4
In part 4 of 5 of this Football Documentary "Sold for a Fiver, Leyton Orient play a vital game against Blackpool at home. John Sitton is in charge of the dressing room row with the players, where he unceremoniously sacks one of his players after what John considers a gutless performance.
27 May 2014
Football Documentary – Sold for a Fiver Part 3
Part 3 of the "fly on the wall" Football Documentary about Leyton Orient in the 1994 - 95 season
25 May 2014
Football Documentary – Sold for a Fiver Part 2
Part 2 of the Football Documentary set in 1995 following the misfortunes of Leyton Orient.
23 May 2014
Football Documentary – Sold for a Fiver Part 1
Fascinating Football Documentary set in the 1994 - 95 season following the misfortunes of Leyton Orient.
24 Apr 2014
Football Superstar, Thierry Henry – Poetry in Motion
This video biography highlights football superstar Thierry Henry’s fantastic talent and goal scoring ability. Henry ran at an incredible pace and with perfect balance, yet it all seemed effortless. He glided over the ground, taking yards off defenders. When he drifted in from the left wing and got the ball onto his right foot, invariably the outcome was a shot on goal. He scored an incredible 228 goals from 377 starts for Arsenal over an 8 year period, with many of the goals so very memorable.