Who would have thought that the 2014 Fifa propaganda drama United Passions could be unseated as the worst football film of all time?
Certainly not me, and anyone else who sat through the Sepp Blatter vanity project showered money on Sam Neil and Tim Roth to rewrite history in favour of the former Fifa president.
Yet we never factored in the low-budget British geezer genre turning to the Premier League to deliver another in its long line of straight-to-DVD fodder. Dangerous Game might just be about to take the unwanted worst football film ever crown – and that goes way, way beyond the tragic attempt at match action.
Calum Best (son of the legendary George Best) stars as centre-forward Chris Rose who gets his dream move…