The DVD of the six-part Being Liverpool series is now available on DVD - here is our review and a competition to win one of three copies.
Being: Liverpool is a 2012 fly-on-the-wall documentary by Fox Soccer in the US. The series was also aired on Channel 5 in the UK.
Over the course of 6 episodes the series looked behind the scenes of Liverpool beginning from the end of the 2011-12 season, the appointment of a new Liverpool FC manager after Kenny Dalglish was sacked, and runs right through pre-season, the North American tour, European qualification and the early stages of the 2012-13 Premier League campaign.
Training ground spats, half-time team-talks, game preparation and transfer ins-and-outs are all shown - all the things usually hidden from the club's supporters.
In one of our favourite parts of the series we follow one of Liverpool's longest serving players, Jamie Carragher, travelling in the wind and rain to monitor his own son's performance at the Liverpool Academy. His pride at being one of Liverpool's modern day greats neatly mirrored by his pride at watching his boy playing in Liverpool red.
Like many LFC fans we were a little worried before the programme aired - but Fox did a great job - not only in their sensible coverage of behind the scenes footage such as team-talks, but also trying to capture Liverpool's global appeal - as they take part in a pre-season tour across the Atlantic - with interviews with the wide range of supporters.
The DVD has a run time of nearly 4 and half hours and contains some bonus features such as:
Plus discover even more with exclusive bonus features in the fascinating Being: Liverpool. Extras include:
- Golf Prank
- Batting Cages
- WBA Team Meeting
- Penalty Shootout
- Board Game
- World Cup
- Coach Scrimmage
Being Liverpool was released on DVD on the 26th November 2012. You can order a copy here.
Win 'Being Liverpool' DVD
We have 3 competition copies to give away to Anfield Online followers and you have up to two chances to win.
SORRY. THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.
Competition closes 2nd December 2012. The Editor's decision is final. We will select three random correct entries as the winners. Individuals can only enter twice - once via the site and once via a tweet. We will contact winners either via email address or through a direct message on twitter (ensure you are following @anfieldonline). Individuals will have 72h to respond to us - if they don't respond we will have to award the prize to somebody else.