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I thought we could do with a little database. There so many cracking documentaries about, and now some find gent has uploaded the full series of Big Ron Manager, I thought I'd start this thread. If anyone has any good finds, slap them on here.

 

Big Ron Manager - Full Series

 

 

 

Teddy Sheringham documentary

 

 

Premier Passions:

Episode 1

Episode 2

Episode 3

Episode 4

Episode 5

 

Orient For A Fiver:

Part 1 -

Part 2 -

Part 3 -

Part 4 -

Part 5 -

 

Sir Bobby Charlton - Football Icon

 

Football Stories - Inside the Mind of Roy Keane

 

QPR Four Year Plan:

Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-RcLPfsN_c

Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Sq8P03XoSo

Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGpOGeySLmc

Part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATqxaPNI7hE

Part 5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnV24tu4cWU

Part 6: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvBFXmVAVuw

 

Graham Taylor - An Impossible Job

 

Eric Cantona - Looking For Manchester:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_GByPI3Bso

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5REPQFpp7g...feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgqUwlhHtWU...;feature=fvwrel

 

 

Stan Collymore - Confessions of a Premiership Player:

 

When Lineker Met Maradona

 

 

 

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I've just got the Big Ron Manager series on DVD, also Orient - Club For a Fiver. I already had some of the others.

 

A few more I have on DVD, youtube links if I can find them:

 

 

 

Canada: The (World Cup) Journey 1986

 

Gazzas Tears: The Night That Changed Football

 

Maradona: By Kusturica

 

Maradona & Napoli Serie A Title Documentary (There are a few Maradona's on youtube)

 

New Zealand: All Whites Spanish Odyssey (1982)

 

Once In A Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story Of The New York Cosmos

 

The Two Escobars

 

 

Duncan Edwards - And then came Munich

 

And some others:

 

 

The Game Of Their Lives (North Korea 1966) Part 1

 

That Game (1990 WC Semi) Part 1

 

Panorama - Man United: Into The Red Part 1

Panorama - Man United: Into The Red Part 2

Panorama - Man United: Into The Red Part 3

 

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The Two Escobars, whilst not as upbeat as most of the ones already mentioned so far, is a fantastic documentary produced as part of ESPN's 30 for 30 season. I can't recommend it enough.

 

Here's the IMDB summary for those who don't know anything about the background to the story:

 

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Great thread!

 

This is something great I just found:-

 

 

Not all the episodes, but still a good collection. Shame that someone hasn't stuck Match Of The Nineties or The Rock 'n Goal Years up.

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Just remembered another, about the 1998 England Vs. Argentina match:

 

 

I remember watching this a year after the match and for some reason it's always stuck in my head despite me never watching it again. I'll probably put it on at some point later in the week. Which will entail turning it off as Campbell bullets a header in but before the goal was disallowed. In my mind, we won that game.

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That Clough one is cracking but i've long been looking for the BBC documentary tribute they did after he died. Have been on the hunt for ages but it's never popped up. Anyone>?

Do you mean "The Greatest Manager England never had" from a year or two ago or something older?

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That Clough one is cracking but i've long been looking for the BBC documentary tribute they did after he died. Have been on the hunt for ages but it's never popped up. Anyone>?

Do you mean "The Greatest Manager England never had" from a year or two ago or something older?

 

Nah it was an hour long BBC one, they probably had it pre-edited in anticipation as it was on within days of his death. It had someone lovely interviews with Forest groundsman, kitmen, tead lady, club secretary that sort of thing all getting emotional and also Peter Shilton getting very emotional.

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