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Gordon McLeod is the manager of a second tier Scottish football team. Faced with pressure from his American owner, he is forced to bring on a marquee player to improve the fortunes of the team and prevents its being moved from the fiercely loyal town it's been for a century. Along the way, McLeod must battle his own demons, including long-standing tiffs with both his daughter and a former colleague who betrayed him. Written by
While making the film, Robert Duvall became very good friends with legendary ex-Celtic player Jimmy Johnstone. As a result, Duvall named his dog "Jinky" which was Johnstone's famous nickname due to his abilities on the field. See more »
[who has just let the ball go through his legs for a goal]
Boss, I'm sorry. I should have shut my f-f-f-fucking legs.
No, son, no. Your mother should have shut hers.
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I just saw this movie on TV, and watched mainly for the appearance of Michael Keaton, one of my favorite actors, who always does a great job, whether in a comedy or a drama. This film is well worth watching, in particular for Robert Duvall's performance, and his mastery of the Scottish accent. When I first heard him speak I had to look twice, to be sure it was "himself". What a heartwarming, and exciting film it is! Even if you're not a soccer fan, there is plenty of action, along with the heart and humor. Most entertaining.
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