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#1
HOT!
So I was wrong then? Amazon showed they are not following Play this time. Still 9.99 at play. (I thought play might have already reduced it to 5.99).:oops:
H&R.
#2
Wow, Just ordered. nearly payed 8 quid the other day on DVD. Heat added
#3
Thank you!
#4
Brilliant deal, as this is £5 in Asda for the normal DVD
#5
Another crap film.
Don't care how much they cost as 1p is far too much.
banned#6
Hotter than the Sun, bought!
#7
Thanks gone for 1
#8
jmcorla
Another crap film.
Don't care how much they cost as 1p is far too much.



Is it really that bad?
#9
ordered, thanks
#10
Can't believe the negative comments about this film. I watched it last night with my wife who hates football- we both really enjoyed it. Hot from me.
#11
Revolter
Is it really that bad?


Of all the things that a film could have been made about Brian Clough, they have picked the worst and least significant month of his career.
#12
Great Film
#13
jmcorla
Of all the things that a film could have been made about Brian Clough, they have picked the worst and least significant month of his career.


It is not a bigraphical view that is the whole point of the book it is based on and now the movie.

Ordered and hot from me.
#14
Good moview - not worth watching more than once though

Definately a rental rather than buy
#15
Horrible man. Refuse to buy anthing to do with this cretin.
#16
hot hot hot. thanks.
#17
Stunning. Bought. Thanks.
#18
Istanbul_Kop
Horrible man. Refuse to buy anthing to do with this cretin.


Away back under your bridge, its not as if he will be making any money from the film now is it....
#19
Which man?

The writer,
the impersonator, or
the Clough?
#20
Great find.
#21
A few marked "Rental Copy"cheapos were kicking around ebay for £5-6 - just no digital copy disc, I think - all right for trade-in at CEX, after watching, tho' :whistling:

Ya beauty!
#22
Tesco Ent has it for £6, not forgetting clubcard points & Quidco !
#23
Is this a good demo disc
#24
Damn, only just ordered a few days ago from HMV on 2 for £18, What a great price!!!! Excellent film.
#25
Ordered cheers OP heated and repped!
#26
Istanbul_Kop
Horrible man. Refuse to buy anthing to do with this cretin.


You knew the man in person then?
#27
avfc456
You knew the man in person then?


No. Did you know Hitler in person? No? But you know he wasn't the nicest of individuals don't you?

Stupid comment.

Clough was an ******** and will never be forgiven on Merseyside.


WHY CLOUGH JEERS WERE SO JUSTIFIED
Sep 25 2004

THERE was much outrage at Liverpool fans booing the announcement of Brian Clough's death at Old Trafford on Monday.

One commentator claimed they were dancing on the grave of a great man they never knew. But the so-called great man was merely reaping what he had sewn.

Put bluntly, Clough had been dancing on the graves of 96 people he never knew for over a decade, making money and hardening his controversial image along the way. Here's why.

In 1994, five years after the Hillsborough disaster, a game at which Clough was present, he wrote in his autobiography: "I will always remain convinced that those Liverpool fans who died were killed by Liverpool people."

It was pointed out to him by horrified families that Lord Justice Taylor had vindicated the fans, but the great man would not relent. Indeed on the Clive Anderson chat show he went even further. It wasn't the police, he said. It was the fans. "They were drunk. They killed their own."

The hurt caused by this grossly insensitive ignorance, to people who had largely admired Clough for his anti-Establishment views, was deep. Here was a major figure, an integral part of this appalling disaster, who had a chance to make a difference as the families fought for justice. Yet all he wanted to make was money.

Bereaved families followed him on his book tour, begging for a public retraction, but he offered nothing but contempt. Then suddenly, 11 years after the disaster, he decided to "express my regret for the hurt caused" because "investigations have made me realise I was misinformed."

So what brought about the Damascene conversion? A study of the The Taylor Report? A private dick trawling through South Yorkshire Police files? Not quite. He was given a column by Four-Four-Two magazine, causing Liverpool fans to call for a boycott, which made the editor tell Clough he needed an apology if he wanted to carry on working.

And, possibly because newspapers were hardly queueing up to buy his opinions in 2001, the champagne socialist realised the timing might be right. Thus his expression of "regret."

It was cynical, selfish and all about money and image. Which is exactly how a set of fans who once loved the man had come to see him. Clough had said that when he died he wanted no fawning epitaphs, just honesty. At Old Trafford on Monday, he got it. And deserved it

By the Daily Mirror.
banned#28
Istanbul_Kop
Clough was an ******** and will never be forgiven on Merseyside.


ah good, my respect and admiration for clough grows when i read this, many thanks!:whistling:
#29
Istanbul_Kop

By the Daily Mirror.


Must be true then :?
#30
Wodja
Must be true then :?


Ha! Ha! Ha!:-D

:thumbsup:
#31
Istanbul_Kop
Clough was an ******** and will never be forgiven on Merseyside


You Scousers really know how to win friends and influence people don't you?:roll:

Jeez, is there anyone or anything that hasn't upset Merseyside?:?

Just grow a thicker skin and get on with life:p

Good film btw.
#32
Wodja
Must be true then :?


When you copy text from another site, it is right to quote a source.

Keep your sarcy comments to yourself in the future.

The rest of you can jump in front of a bus.
#33
Istanbul_Kop
When you copy text from another site, it is right to quote a source.

Keep your sarcy comments to yourself in the future.

The rest of you can jump in front of a bus.


Scouse git!:p

The expression is "sarky" btw.:whistling:

Scouse git!:p
#34
£9.98 now
#35
cheapskate58;7378367
You Scousers really know how to win friends and influence people don't you?:roll:

Jeez, is there anyone or anything that hasn't upset Merseyside?:?

Just grow a thicker skin and get on with life:p

Good film btw.


We'll do what we want and if dont want to buy films about someone we dont like,we won't
#36
kula-kev
We'll do what we want and if dont want to buy films about someone we dont like,we won't


Scousers!

Jeez, you even hate each other - share a stadium or remain utterly useless:p

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