Series following the ups and down of fictional English Premiership club 'Harchester United' known more commonly as 'The Dragons'.
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Lisa Burstow ...  Sandra Greene 288 episodes, 1997-2004
Terry Kiely ...  Karl Fletcher 239 episodes, 1997-2007
...  Lynda Block 234 episodes, 1998-2007
Danny Husbands ...  Danny Sullivan 186 episodes, 2001-2007
Andy Ansah ...  Andy Ansah 166 episodes, 1999-2005
Emma Gilmour ...  Kelly James 146 episodes, 1998-2000
...  Sean Hocknell 145 episodes, 1997-1999
...  Frank Patcham 142 episodes, 1997-2007
...  Billy O'Neil 139 episodes, 1998-2000
...  Ian Coates 139 episodes, 1997-1999
Darren White ...  Darren Tyson 137 episodes, 2003-2007
Michael Melia ...  Jerry Block 126 episodes, 1998-2000
...  Jeff Stein 117 episodes, 1999-2004
...  Luis Amor Rodriguez 117 episodes, 1998-2007
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Series following the ups and down of fictional English Premiership club 'Harchester United' known more commonly as 'The Dragons'.

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The final ever episode, directed by Ian D. Fleming, closed season 10 and made Sky news as the end of an era. See more »

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Sometimes enthralling but it's seen better days
13 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

It's a show that sharply divides opinion. A show that, is undoubtedly, utter rubbish. However, that is the appeal of the show - it's so ridiculous and overblown that it makes it an enthralling watch.

The show has seemed to have run out of ideas in recent years and the whole "fan wins the lottery and buys club" thing took it a little to far away from the good silliness and over to storylines that were trying to be more football-based. Who cares about the newer storylines of dodgy transfer dealings when you've had storylines where the chairman hired somebody to shoot his star player, who was carrying on with his wife? It also went to the well too many times with the "crash wipes out half the team" concept. Very few players die while playing for a club, maybe one every three to four years and that's spread across the whole of Britain.

I think the series has definitely seen better days; better storylines, better actors and better production values. However, to borrow a phrase from original Harchester manager Ron Atkinson, "in it's pomp" it was a very enjoyable series. If they ever repeat series three and four, warm up the video.


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