Goal! III: Taking On The World

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Year:
2009
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The FIFA World Cup come in to

BBC this summer from Germany.

Champions, Champions, Ole, Ole, Ole.

Ok. Cut.

Okay, that the last one.

Thanks everyone.

That was it for today.

See you later.

- Would you like him?

- Let's see.

It would be good on

my mantelpiece.

There he is. Come on.

- Come on. Let's go celebrate.

- Celebrate what?

- You makings to the Mexican World Cup squad.

- We celebrated yesterday.

So we shoud be recovery.

- Mr Braithwaite.

The producer wants to talk to you.

- Okay.

He flikt it again.

Have you seen the game last night?

- Of course I have seen it.

What do you think, how many ruble has

Schieri Abramovich to pay?

Ya.

How was it? - 100 thousand pounds to the

World Cup up to?

That is not a bad day today.

Is there a problem, Nick?

- We have received news.

Talk to you later, okay?

Do you Gisele harassed

for my phone number?

No, it was Real Madrid.

They will not extend your contract.

What?

I play a great season, Nick.

- I know. I said it.

So why?

Well, they were talking about parties,

hangovers and missed training.

And what is that a difference

the other players? - No idea.

But this is Real Madrid

and not Blackpool.

Probably has nothing to

it. It is Real.

You know how they are. It is all

to the talented, new player.

Yes, a young, new talented players.

And I thought my last

agent would be worthless.

I'm sorry, I don't mean it.

- I know, I know. Listen.

I knew you upset about this

You're certainly in the UK

National Team. You know what that means?

If it becomes known that you do not

longer under contract,

any of the Premiere League

to my knees.

For you to win, Be patient.

You have a week Friday Relax.

Go on the beach.

Friday with the most beautiful women of the

world, and I call you within a week.

In good news. Promises.

- You will not believe.

Hello, Charlie.

- They offered me a role in a movie.

Film?

- Yes, you know, the big screen.

A film.

- That's great.

I do not know Charlie.

Honestly?

The World Cup is approaching.

You get a call from Sven.

I know.

- Yes, my friend. We have a week Friday

And what I do with everything crossed

sit and pray that he is calling.

What I really need is "distraction".

Are you okay?

Wait, wait, wait.

They are not your...

- Did they terminated your contract?

Absolutely not!

Where did you hear it?

- Nick has just told me.

It is all right.

I consider to return home to play.

This proves again.

We are not younger.

This may be a new chapter

in my life.

If a movie star?

- You never know.

It is only a few days of filming,

Vinny Jones as damn it...

Will you two ever settle somewhere?

Hold on.

In this film there are a couple

great actresses in, or not?

No idea. Very possible.

- Of course they are there.

Think you without

the boys are making.

Where are we going?

What great place, they are yours

Hollywood action hero record?

Here we are, boys.

Where is the driver?

Games you in the film, they include

where we go now?

No, we are footballers.

- Football? You play football?

Yes, we play...

- Which team do you play?

Real Madrid.

I knew it. I...

I have you all to

my sister seen on TV.

Friend, would you... what can hurry

Come in, boys.

Can I help you?

- Yes, I'm Charlie Braithwaite.

Who?

Charlie Braithwaite.

I play in the movie.

Ah. Okay, Mr. Braithwaite.

You are in caravan 76b.

My caravan.

Here it is, Mr. Braithwaite.

Yes, very attractive, Mr. Joint.

Mir Joint, I bring you

the dressing and make-up.

Okay, guys, if you need me,

I'm in the locker room.

We will stay in your caravan.

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Mike Jefferies

Born in Liverpool, Mike Jefferies is a British screenwriter and film producer. Jefferies founded the media and publishing group Mondiale in 1991 which he sold to the Daily Mail in 1999 after winning the HRH Queens Award for Enterprise in 1998. In 2000 Jefferies moved to Los Angeles where he founded and subsequently sold the B2B media group Line 56.In 2002 he moved into the world of feature films, beginning with soccer trilogy Goal!. Jefferies co-wrote the screenplay for the first Goal! with contributions from veteran British writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais. The story of a young illegal immigrant, rising from poverty to become one of the world's greatest players was released by Disney and has been shown in 38 countries worldwide. Goal! grossed $27.6m at the box office. The $50m deal that was struck between the producers and Adidas was the biggest ever between a corporate brand and a film production.Jefferies was one of the writers on the second part of the trilogy, Goal! 2: Living the Dream.... and co-wrote the third part Goal! 3: Taking on the World with Piers Ashworth. In September 2004 Jefferies, together with Stuart Ford, fronted a bid backed by the Kraft family, to purchase Liverpool Football Club. The bid would have valued the club at approximately £200m. In 2005 the club was subsequently purchased in a deal by Tom Hicks and George Gillett which valued the club at £218.9m. In October 2010, as part of a fans' campaign against the ownership, Jefferies conceived and directed a short film entitled 'Dear Mr Hicks' which was released virally via YouTube. The Independent newspaper praised the video saying: "True to the city's capacity to create something out of adversity, a wonderfully inventive viral film, Dear Mr Hicks, has been published online to make it clear where he ought to go. The fans' view can be summarised thus: away, and soon".In 2011 Jefferies re-launched Milkshake Films. more…

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