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Hammers House of Heroes: Julian Dicks DVD

Hammers House of Heroes: Julian Dicks DVD

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Product code: DVD3207Released: 06 November 200660 minutesDVD Region: 0

  • Hammers House Of Heroes
  • Julian Dicks The Terminator
  • West Ham Footballer & Scratch Golfer
  • John Lyall & Billy Bonds

Product description

"Julian Dicks The Terminator" is the first in the series from the "Hammers House of Heroes" collection and documents the life and times of one of the games' most colourful characters.

"Julian Dicks The Terminator" is a thought provoking earnest look back at one of West Ham United's best-loved characters.

Never a man to pull out of a tackle or duck a challenge, this is a frank and honest account of a true West Ham United legend and as such may contain some 'flowery' language! Despite several career-threatening injuries, Julian Dicks became a real Hammers Hero with his total commitment and endeavour to succeed. This is the story of The Terminator.

Julian Dicks recounts his past from his luxury home in Las Ramblas, Murcia, where he continues his pursuit for golfing excellence - and what a past it was! With more red cards than a normal 52 playing deck, his football career ranged from brilliant to horrific, with stunning goals and heroic performances to horrendous tackles and controversial bust-ups with referees and managers. For the first time on film, Julian Dicks himself opens up and talks through the highlights and lowlights of his chequered times. From a bubbly, enthusiastic 17 year old at Birmingham, through some magical moments at West Ham, to his brief spell with Liverpool at Anfield, this is a really incisive documentary that is certainly not exclusive to Upton Park visitors; all sports fans will love it.