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Johan Croneman: Expensive but great to follow losers

To my and many others ' oförställda joy we suddenly have access to vast quantities of good sportdokumentärer. You are forced to certainly load up with some ext

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Johan Croneman: Expensive but great to follow losers

To my and many others ' oförställda joy we suddenly have access to vast quantities of good sportdokumentärer. You are forced to certainly load up with some extrakanaler and on-demand streaming services (and you wind up without difficulty, at over 2,000 dollars a month).

In the long term, you have to attack that soon-looks like a covered market between the cable channels, despite the fact that the competition should push the prices down. Not so long ago, I was told from my the cable provider of ”valuation adjustments” (another idiotic expression for price increases). They have made up on the pricing, there is no doubt about the matter. What does the Swedish Consumer agency...?

(We, consumers, are, as usual, far too indulgent.)

oh Well, at least on Netflix you can now see, for example, Mickey Duzyjs absolutely amazing dokumentärfilmsserie ”Losers” in the eight section. No, it's not just about the losers, but it is about to lose, and how to lose, and what it costs and what it may require. It is also right a lot about that ”almost” lose.

”The miscast champion” about the boxer Michael Bentt, once upon a time, the WBO champion, is the second-to-next if the will and desire to finally lose – it is one of the best and funniest boxningsdokumentärerna I've ever seen.

There are both new and old pictures, lovely interviews, lovely fine interspersed animations and an intellectual height as the boxing and these types of issues is actually every now and then requires.

the Film begins by Michael Bentt, the man who quite reluctantly became a world champion, surprisingly knocked out champion Tommy Morrison, and only after many many years found a way out of his hell, away from the ring.

both the comical, tragic, beautiful – and yet some more fun it becomes.

So this opens Michael Bentt the entire episode, in an interview – he is smart, well-dressed and well-spoken:

”When I was struck in my top, both amateur and professional, used to a thought always flutter past in my mind: ’I hope for a power outage or a freaking tornado’ because I didn't want to go into that fucking ring.”

It is one of the bravest boxers I've ever heard talk. It is a wonderful film. There are also many other smart, wise voices. I think the director Mickey Duzyj has an extremely good feel for their intervjuoffer, and it is recurring in all the series section. He is an extremely good listener, he will quickly find the essence of what is being said and he always finds both the gravity and the twinkle and the easy humour of the deep freaking annoying.

”The jaws of victory” is more of the bizarre battle, it reconstructs the british sydkustlaget Torquay United's last match in the English division 4 (league 2) season 1987.

For the first time ever in the british league can be as sistalag in the top of the league go out of the FA:s classic system, Torquay United are basically forced to win the last match at home against Crewe United – after 20 minutes, they are in with 0-2.

Plainmoor, where they have played since 1910, is a rundown, half destroyed by fire, the arena, the crowd is in uproar, the police with the police dogs are on the field to try to calm down the situation. The crowd throws down parts of the stadium, the legs of a chair, pieces of wood, lynchstämningen lurking around the corner. England, football, 80's. I was there many times. Hell could break loose at anytime, just as in the whole of the rest of the country.

it is a terribly tragic film. But the most fun. The resolution is mind-boggling, magnificent – it is one of those day in the life as none of those who were there ever forget.

Unfortunately, the yo-yo life continued for Torquay United, right now, they find themselves (once again) outside the league, in the National League South.

See the movie to get a new favorite team.

the Last episode in the series is about the British Open in 1999, Jean van de Velde, 72:a hole, in the three kinds of management. Hmmm. It doesn't go as you think. Or hope. Jean van de Velde tells us, of course, yourself.

they're the experts or coaching the team?

Mellansnacket during the world CUP – a gigantic sleeping pills

Have Eurosport any track of their employees?

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