Eng v WI series on DVD & Video

Eng v WI series on DVD & Video

Post by W Luk » Mon, 19 Apr 2004 08:08:16


Thought this would interest the group - just found out that the series will
be available on VHS and DVD from GreenUmbrella productions:
http://tinyurl.com/378u9 - only 11.99.

(Would still like a copy of yours Rob though!)

Will

 
 
 

Eng v WI series on DVD & Video

Post by rob mood » Mon, 19 Apr 2004 09:39:57


Quote:
> Thought this would interest the group - just found out that the series
will
> be available on VHS and DVD from GreenUmbrella productions:
> http://tinyurl.com/378u9 - only 11.99.

> (Would still like a copy of yours Rob though!)

> Will

yep, am underway in making my own highlights, and have ordered the 3 new
dvd's that are out- Lara's 400, Flintoff story, and the Test series one.

 
 
 

Eng v WI series on DVD & Video

Post by United Roa » Mon, 19 Apr 2004 14:32:18


Quote:
> Thought this would interest the group - just found out that the series
will
> be available on VHS and DVD from GreenUmbrella productions:
> http://tinyurl.com/378u9 - only 11.99.

> (Would still like a copy of yours Rob though!)

> Will

Cheers for that Will.
Be onto that asap.

United Road

 
 
 

Eng v WI series on DVD & Video

Post by United Roa » Mon, 19 Apr 2004 15:04:31


Quote:



> > Thought this would interest the group - just found out that the series
> will
> > be available on VHS and DVD from GreenUmbrella productions:
> > http://tinyurl.com/378u9 - only 11.99.

> > (Would still like a copy of yours Rob though!)

> > Will

> yep, am underway in making my own highlights, and have ordered the 3 new
> dvd's that are out- Lara's 400, Flintoff story, and the Test series one.

Just had a look at the green umbrella website.The Flintoff video could be
enjoyable to watch but isn't he a bit young to have a video/dvd titled the
Freddie Flintoff story?With a bit of luck he could be playing at the top
level for another 8-10 years.
Obviously it's a case of cashing in while you can.The number of football
related merchandise for players still wet behind the ears is just a touch
over the top for me.

United Road

 
 
 

Eng v WI series on DVD & Video

Post by Rob » Mon, 19 Apr 2004 19:44:35


Quote:





> > > Thought this would interest the group - just found out that the series
> > will
> > > be available on VHS and DVD from GreenUmbrella productions:
> > > http://tinyurl.com/378u9 - only 11.99.

> > > (Would still like a copy of yours Rob though!)

> > > Will

> > yep, am underway in making my own highlights, and have ordered the 3 new
> > dvd's that are out- Lara's 400, Flintoff story, and the Test series one.

> Just had a look at the green umbrella website.The Flintoff video could be
> enjoyable to watch but isn't he a bit young to have a video/dvd titled the
> Freddie Flintoff story?With a bit of luck he could be playing at the top
> level for another 8-10 years.
> Obviously it's a case of cashing in while you can.The number of football
> related merchandise for players still wet behind the ears is just a touch
> over the top for me.

> United Road

I'd be delighted if he lasted until he was 36, but I doubt it somehow - he's
already been very injury prone in his short test career so far.
 
 
 

Eng v WI series on DVD & Video

Post by David Butter » Mon, 19 Apr 2004 21:49:28


Quote:
> Just had a look at the green umbrella website.The Flintoff video
> could be enjoyable to watch but isn't he a bit young to have a
> video/dvd titled the Freddie Flintoff story?

<snip>

*grins* Remember Graeme Hick's "My Early Life" autobiography, before
he'd even played for England? (As things turned out, of course, 1990
was about as good as it got for him, so maybe it was a smart move.
Though personally I'd find a book about his later life far more
interesting.)

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Eng v WI series on DVD & Video

Post by David Nort » Tue, 20 Apr 2004 04:35:14

Quote:

> Just had a look at the green umbrella website.The Flintoff video could be
> enjoyable to watch but isn't he a bit young to have a video/dvd titled the
> Freddie Flintoff story?With a bit of luck he could be playing at the top
> level for another 8-10 years.

Then you're expected to buy the updated version.

It's like releasing a greatest hits album before the artist has stopped producing new material.
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Eng v WI series on DVD & Video

Post by Andrew Dunfor » Tue, 20 Apr 2004 13:25:16



Quote:

> > Just had a look at the green umbrella website.The Flintoff video could
be
> > enjoyable to watch but isn't he a bit young to have a video/dvd titled
the
> > Freddie Flintoff story?With a bit of luck he could be playing at the top
> > level for another 8-10 years.

> Then you're expected to buy the updated version.

> It's like releasing a greatest hits album before the artist has stopped

producing new material.

Or indeed had enough hits to fill the first album.

Andrew