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Wednesday, 18 November 2009

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Not A Man United Full Back Catching Forty Winks.

A 43 minute long fictional Spoof film which portrays a Spoofatised 'account' of Rafa Benitez's half time team talk in the 2005 CL Final in Istanbul, where the Reds trailed by three goals to AC Milan, has been roundly 5 starred by Manchester United fans.

In the game, Liverpool staged a second half rally to level the score, eventually winning the coveted trophy following a dramatic penalty shoot out.

The film, starring Neil Fitzmaurice - better known as 'Rae Von' out of 'Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights' - as Benitez, with cameo roles for club captain, and vice-captain, Steven Gerrard, and Jamie Carragher features a whisky swilling 'football manager' named McTaggart ringing one of his team, to gloat over Liverpool being three goals down at half time.

The 'footballer' is referred to as 'Rat Boy' - a reference to Manchester United full back Gary Neville, who has frequently made public his dislike of all things Liverpudlian.

At a private screening, Manchester United fans awarded the film 5 Stars and a resounding thumbs up.

"Yeah, dead good that. Spot on," United fan Jarbo The Killer told us. "Shows they love us really dunnit. Yeah. Well sweet."

The film, entitled 'Fifteen Minutes That Shook The World' will be released onto DVD in time for Christmas.

More as we get it.

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