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Standing Room Only

Synopsis

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In Africa
The football fanzine show returns with a one-off in-depth documentary about African football.
Using the African Nations Cup as a backdrop, this film is an exploration of the continent's football revolution - from the backroom politicking, through the exciting skill of the players to the carnival atmosphere created by the fans.
Solomon Morewa , Secretary
General of the South Africa FA, talks about the recent decision to readmit South Africa to the international circuit.
Also featured are Abedi Pele , the African Footballer of the Year, Yeo Martial , coach of the new African champions, Ivory Coast, and Bobby Charlton. Presented by Simon O'Brien and John Fashanu. Director Dave Stewart Producer Dele Oniya

Contributors

Unknown: Solomon Morewa
Unknown: Abedi Pele
Unknown: Yeo Martial
Unknown: Bobby Charlton.
Presented By: Simon O'Brien
Presented By: John Fashanu.
Director: Dave Stewart

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