I was in two minds whether to buy this or not - but having viewed it I am so glad I did. I have great memories of QPR over the years and broke my heart when the club sold Rodney Marsh to Manchester City. Having seen the footage of Marsh on these DVD's I remember why. What a class act! The DVD is good quality especially when you think how old some of the recordings are and it was great to see interviews with Marsh, Venables and the rest and I enjoyed being reminded of the excellent commentary and analysis delivers by Brian Moore and Jimmy Hill. Sunday afternoons are just not the same!
Vintage football at it's best from Rodney Marsh, Stan Bowles, Gerry Francis, Don Givens, Frank McLintock, Dave Thomas, Terry Venables, Phil Parkes, the names are endless. What entertaining matches beautifully presented on the BIG MATCH by Brian Moore and Jimmy Hill in an era of attacking soccer with fantastic goals, go on you Q. P. R. fans (I have been one for more than sixty years) treat your self to watch football how it should be played and how close we got to being First Division champions. The interview feature with Stan Bowles is priceless.
football hippies of the seventies. As always, the big match dvd series are of excellent quality. The first DVD has 11 highlights from 69/70 at 82/83, the second contains 14 from 1970/71 to 1975/76. if you loved the players with long hair and sideburns, soccer fields dusty and mangy, football stadiums small but crowded, a simple but genuine football not enslaved by the sponsors and the TV, then you'll love this DVD. each DVD has a duration of about two hours each.