Carlsberg Commercial – Old Lions (Legendary England Football Players) Posted byadmin August 4, 2012 24 Comments on Carlsberg Commercial – Old Lions (Legendary England Football Players) Ball-o-Holics Online video Rating: four / five
England…how it should be….always
Shilton, Walker, Charlton.J, Butcher, Pearce; Ball, Reid, Charlton.R, Robson, Waddle, Beardsley. What a team. 😀 RIP Sir Bobby Robson. What other Manager had the respect of *everyone*? RIP Alan Ball. Won’t ever forget what you did for Pompey, thanks for coming back to us too.
Such a good advert…
What did the final score end up as, it looked about 10-0 lol.
RIP Sir Bobby
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Ah of course, HTH could I not recognise him? Cheers.
rest in peace bobby from a sunderland fan 🙁
what do u mean don’t lie?……ok maybe 6 yrs ago. time flies. what i said was true
I just loved his disbelief at being booked for shirt pulling.
Who is it on the bike?
I am the ref on the advert. It was shot about 4 years ago in east London….player’s club.
Unscripted but certain things were planned to happen. Not told when but just go out and referee. Great day enjoyable and a good memory.
i have a photo of this team.
Chris Waddle… feels like a distant dream when he used to play for us at Sheffield Wednesday good time. 🙂
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TWO WORLD CUPS, THE BEST PLAYER IN THE STORY… AND YOU?… DAVID BECKHAM… JAJAJAJA QUE TRISTE SOS INGLES, NOW WE GO FOR MALVINAS ISLANDS !
VAMOS ARGENTINA !
This is such a great commercial haha, best bit is Peter Reid absolutely clattering the lad but getting the ball clean as a whistle as well. Oh and Jack Charlton’s indignation at getting booked for a shirt pull 🙂 Doubt people like Reidy would last 90 minutes most weeks nowadays with some of the referees we have at the moment.
RIP Bobby and Alan. cracking commercial. sorry gaffer its my mum ha ha ha
the best old boys team ever???
England have had some great managers over the years. Alf Ramsay, Graham Taylor, Ron Greenwood etc. But Bobby was everyone’s favourite. Gone but not forgotten.
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