Posts tagged with 'Kicking and Screaming'
26 August 2011 by Dickie
As the video replayed images of football fans flying to far flung fields, Jamie Carragher was laughing his head off: “We know that lad!”
The Kop legend and family were among the hordes of visitors enjoying the Museum of Liverpool on the eve of the new football season.
Team Carragher were recognising fans in the Kicking and Screaming film in the Wondrous Place gallery.
It wasn’t long before people were soon recognising the football player in their midst. A few visitors did a double take when they spotted Jamie. One fan from Ireland was all at sea in Global City: “Jamie you are my hero. Can I have my photograph with you?” Read more…
18 May 2011 by Lucy
Ever wondered who spotted the likes of Keegan, Toshack and Hansen and brought them to Liverpool?
Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley are rightly credited for turning Liverpool Football Club into a winning side during the 1960s, 70s and 80s, but few people know about the major role played by Geoff Twentyman, the club’s chief scout from 1967 to 1985.
A former Anfield player, Twentyman was recruited into the boot room team by Shankly and went on to unearth a host of world-famous stars that helped to maintain the Reds’ position as one of Europe’s greatest teams during a glittering era that saw them claim the Football League championship 18 times. Read more…
25 October 2010 by Lucy
A film about football in Liverpool wouldn’t be complete without an insight into ‘Derby Day’, and soon we will be recreating our very own with the help of reds and blues across the city.
It’s true to say that football can unite, but many families across Merseyside are split down the middle, with some members supporting one team, and others pledging allegiance to another. Read more…
12 October 2010 by Lucy
Are you red or are you blue? This is one of the big questions we ask in our football immersive experience Kicking and Screaming in the new Museum of Liverpool. The film celebrates and explores the city’s passion for football and takes the visitor on a journey through all the key moments that have shaped it.
5 October 2010 by Lucy
The Museum of Liverpool is due to open next summer, 2011, and curators need your help!
One of the star features of the new museum will be an immersive film, taking visitors right into the heart of the city’s passion for football, exploring our unique connections to the game.
We are currently in the process of filming sequences for the film, and in order for it to be as authentic as possible, we need to borrow certain things. Read more…