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690.81 MB
English 2.0
25 fps
1 hr 37 min
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25 fps
1 hr 37 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by paul-rose7-246-6182310 / 10

England's greatest ever defender!

Recommended viewing for any football fan regardless of club loyalty and especially for younger fans who weren't around during Bobby's era. A truly moving life story covering his whole life with great testimonials from many football greats who all acknowledge Bobby as probably not only England's greatest defender but the best in the world in the history of football!

Reviewed by Prismark105 / 10

Only one Bobby Moore

I have seen a lot of documentaries on Bobby Moore in recent years and in 2017 there was even a 3 part mini series on the marriage between Tina and Bobby.

Bobby just had little to say that I did not already know, even the post football retirement stuff was not new. I felt that the same old lines being trotted out again.

When talking about how bad Bobby was treated by the FA or West Ham. Do not get a geezer like Harry Redknapp to be the one to do it. Every club he has managed allegedly ended up in some kind of turmoil.

Bobby tells the story of the only England football captain so far to life the World Cup. It is clear that Bobby Moore was a world class player, cool under pressure. We hear from friends, family and fans from his early footballing days to the 1966 World Cup victory and beyond.

However in business Bobby was not so lucky. He just mixed with too many dodgy people, maybe he was ill advised but financial issues dogged the rest of his years as well as his recurring cancer.

If you know nothing about Bobby Moore, then this would be a good documentary.

Reviewed by malcolmgsw7 / 10

Rather sad

What is quite touching is how many people interviewed in this film come close totears when recalling the death of this icon.The fact that he was so badly treated by the FA is no surprise bearing in mind the way they treated Alf Ramsey.It is to the eternal shame of football the way he was cold shouldered in life and immortalised in death.

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