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Didier Agathe plays for the "baddie" team Rangers in the film. In real life he played for their rivals Celtic.
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Ally McCoist is depicted as an ex Celtic player in the film but in reality he played for their fierce rivals Rangers in real life.
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Michael Keaton is of Scottish heritage and his real name is actually Michael Douglas (of course, that name was already taken).
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Duvall spent time with then Raith Rovers boss Paul McVeigh and said his hard man attitude made famous Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka look like a lamb.
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Robert Duvall attended various Raith Rovers games during research for this movie. Raith Rovers famously being the "underdog" team that beat the "giants" Celtic in the 1994 league cup final, the basis for this story.
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The film also includes various ex Raith Rovers players, including Andy Smith, Peter Heatherston and Didier Agathe.
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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.
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