The blurb that comes with the clip explains that is a competition in which contestants dream up their ultimate World Cup 2010 football-watching experiences.
The prize is a Visa Fixer, ie a card with £20,000 credit that you don’t have to pay back, to turn the dream into reality. Seven winners will be chosen by Visa will for each of England’s group matches against USA (so you havre to be quick), Algeria and Slovenia, and then for one game in each round leading to the July 11 final.
The film features Chris Kamara, ex-manager of Stoke City as well as Bradford City, and something of a calamitously cult figure on TV, radio and the internet, plus Jeff Stelling from Sky Sports. Hartlepool’s best-known fan since Peter Mandelson was able to stop pretending to be one.
1 thought on “From Hartlepool and Bradford to the World Cup”
It is unbelievable that France lost. Quickest exit ever. I believed that they had a good shot to do well in this years world cup. Maybe in four years. Maybe its time to jump on the Argentina bandwagon. Looks like Demichelis has already scored. Go Argentina.
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