Chelsea FC - Season Review 2020/21June 28, 2021
'Making history, not reliving it.' That has been the mantra by which those at Stamford Bridge have lived and died since Roman Abramovich bought Chelsea in 2003. And with the transfer ban now a distant memory, the club are making up for lost time by bringing in the cream of world footballing talent, including the outstanding Timo Werner and Kai Havertz from the Bundesliga, Hakim Ziyech from the Eredivisie, as well as defensive reinforcements in Thiago Silva and Ben Chilwell. Mixed with the exciting young players that broke into the first team 12 months ago, expectations will be high that Chelsea can challenge on all fronts in the 2020/21 season.
Chelsea FC - Season Review 2019/20September 28, 2020
Chelsea finished third in the Premier League last season, albeit a staggering 25 points behind second-placed Liverpool, and started life under a new manager with club legend Frank Lampard taking the reins. With a transfer ban impacting the west Londoners' business, and the Covid-19 pandemic causing unprecedented disruption mid-season, Chelsea finished the domestic season narrowly losing the FA Cup final to Arsenal. Despite the disappointment, a 4th place finish secured on the final day of the Premier League campaign guarantees the Blues will be playing Champions League football in the 2020/21 season.
HaturnirSeptember 15, 2020
"Haturnir" is a documentary film, following Liam Ronen "The CEO" - a high school student who arranged the soccer tournament that eventually succeeded in becoming an outrageous empire. The film captures the fights, conflicts, COVID-19 influences, and competitions in this event.
Anelka: MisunderstoodAugust 5, 2020
Bad boy or football genius? Famed French footballer Nicolas Anelka's controversial legacy is examined in an unflinching documentary.
I am because we areJune 25, 2020
The sixth short opener for the Annecy Festival, produced in collaboration with our African partners "The Animation School" and "Tshimologong Precinct".
KeeperJune 15, 2020
A psychological quest for the motivation and character traits of goalkeepers: a young goalkeeper from Terschelling during his toughest game ever, the oldest goalkeeper in the Netherlands who keeps diving, a goalkeeper from the Eredivisie Women, and the former goalkeeper of the Syrian national team. Goalkeeper and football journalist Sjoerd Mossou teaches us that goalkeeper gloves can come out 'different' every time and commentator (and former goalkeeper) Leo Oldenburger explains why goalkeepers look so much like firefighters.
Schweinsteiger Memories: Von Anfang bis LegendeJune 5, 2020
Schweinsteiger's glittering career, which peaked with lifting the World Cup in 2014.
Shooting GirlsMay 6, 2020
The Samrye Girl’s Middle School soccer club always loses. There’s no sufficient support for the club and to make matters worse, the main striker transfers to another school. Would it be feasible to make a miracle happen at the National Convention?
Coś sędzia długą przerwę zarządziłMay 2, 2020
Amateur documentary film about Polish Cup 1997-98 Final.
Gre-nal da América, O FilmeApril 15, 2020
Grêmio and Internacional share a centenary role in Rio Grande do Sul and in South American football, but a primordial chapter was missing to make this rivalry even more special. On March 12, 2020, Gre-Nal 424 went down in history as the first Gaucho classic valid by CONMEBOL Libertadores.
FixedApril 11, 2020
A friendly football match between Bahrein and Togo in 2010, turns out to be rigged, as the team representing Togo is a fake team set up by international gamblers. The bad guys turn out to be victims, the good guy is revealed as the international gambling criminal while the top crooks stay out of sight since they have the power to determine who’ll be convicted. A revealing peek into a hidden world.
Made in SenegalApril 8, 2020
Sadio's story is the classical heroes journey and and archetype for African football players. Blessed with exceptional talent, he sets out from his village to find his destiny in the world - defying his family, social structures, doubters and injuries - to come back triumphant and able to help those around him.
Robbie Lyle: Football Fans Under Their SkinMarch 30, 2020
A look at the rise of racism in modern football
The Beautiful GameMarch 26, 2020
In the Ivorian capital Abidjan, the boys are fantasizing about life as a footballer in Europe. For many of them football is a ticket to a brighter future for themselves and their families. The dream suddenly comes true for one of them when a Swedish agent takes the merely 17-year old talent to a club in Stockholm. From the moment he is scouted to his arrival in the cold North, the expectations of the young talent are enormous. Everybody, from his family to his agents and new club put their hopes into him. But can he with stand the pressure that goes hand in hand with a career in professional football?
Sem Filtro: FlamengoFebruary 21, 2020
The series features exclusive images of the club, as well as testimonials from players, coaches, fans and idols.