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23 things you didn't know about cult football TV & films

by Richard Luck @https://twitter.com/@RMGLUCK2017 Published 11 sec ago We are part of The Trust Project What is it? In the latest FourFourTwo magazine: Kes! Half a century on, FFT hails the greatest football match in British cinematic history. Subscribe today! 1. When Saturday Comes (1996) Produced by Highlander's Christopher Lambert, little is remarkable about Sean Bean's love letter to Sheffield United. Except that the film features a barman called Judd who's played by Freddie Fields. The same Freddie Fields who played Billy Casper's brother Jud in Ken Loach's Kes. Is it the same character? It's never confirmed but it'd be fitting if the thug wound up doing something as mundane as...
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