John Barnes: Poetry in Motion DVD
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'Barnes: Poetry in Motion' tells the story of one of football's most iconic figures. John Barnes' story is a unique one - starting from his arrival in England from Jamaica to being recommended to Elton John's Watford by a cab driver, who had seen him play for non-league, Sudbury Court. Barnes would play only one reserve game before establishing himself as key figure in Graham Taylor's beloved side, who won promotion to the top tier of English football before finishing runners-up to Liverpool in their first full season. It was while at Watford, that Barnes launched his international career with one of England's greatest goals - a mazy run and cool finish against Brazil in the Maracana. He would go on to be capped 79 times for a country that, as John reveals, he was not initially eligible to represent. At Liverpool, John would establish himself as one the greatest player in the club's history, winning the league championship and the Football Writers' Player of Year award in two of his first three seasons at the club. Off the field, John found a home in Liverpool. Forming an ever-stronger bond with the city, where he still lives and has raised seven children in the aftermath of the Hillsborough. Featuring interviews with John Barnes, John Aldridge, Jan Molby, Steve McMahon, Robbie Fowler, Michael Owen, Roy Evans, Viv Anderson, Glenn Hoddle, Mark Chamberlain, Keith Allen and many more. 'Barnes: Poetry in Motion' is a fascinating insight into the reasons why the former Watford, Liverpool and England winger remains such a fantastic icon, footballer and man'. - Darren Lewis, Daily Mirror "A stylish and authoritative account of an English football icon" -Sachin Nakrani, The Guardian
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