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Liverpool - The Treble - Season Review 2000-2001 [VHS]
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Full highlights from Liverpool's most successful campaign, under manager Gerard Houllier, since their heyday in the 1980s. Having won both domestic cups, against Birmingham and Arsenal, they went on to complete the treble by winning the UEFA cup in a nine-goal thriller against Spanish club Alaves, with the winning goal coming from veteran midfielder Gary McAllister. In the Premiership they also secured the third Champions League spot, together with Premiership champions Manchester United and Arsenal.
2001 and Liverpool are prizewinners... again. It's been a long time coming, but Houllier has conjured up a historic feat, and Liverpool--the Treble--Season review 2000-2001 is a must for any self respecting LFC fan. In a never-to-be-forgotten season the team captured an unprecedented cup treble, alongside the small matter of a Champions League qualification for the first time, after all "Liverpool without European football is like a banquet without wine!"--Roy Evans.
It is all here, pre-season highlights and all the highs (and some lows) that the 2000-2001 season provided. The action starts straight away as there 63 games to get through. But never fear, as the action is such that you hardly notice you have been sitting there for 120 minutes. The games are constant throughout, broken up now and then with quick interviews and comments from the team. Before each game, the score is displayed, a slightly annoying feature as it would be served better if displayed after the game. For the statisticians amongst us, LFC failed to score on just eight occasions, but were successful 127 times. Statistics that clearly dispel the unfounded claims of certain critics who dubbed Liverpool "boring". The video also concentrates on the current crop of Liverpool stars (the new "Liverpool Legends") as they eclipse the goal scoring achievements of some great moments from the club's past. You get the sense that the players are focused on the same goals and judging from their interviews they have certainly shed the "Spice Boys" tag they were once labelled with. There is most definitely hope now in the hearts of the Reds... --Sukhy DhillonSee all Product description
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3 January 2015
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As a 17 year old Liverpool fan it was great to see a season which I was to young to ever watch at the time and see Liverpool win some cups as unfortunately it doesn't happen too often right now. An amazing year, really made me feel sorry for the fact we got rid of Houllier a few years later.
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great value, product as described. My 7 year old son loves his present. We have watched it all and perfect condition