Everton Football Club’s remarkable run in the 1980s is the subject of a new documentary film.

There’s been a spate of sporting documentaries of late that have proven to be really worth watching, whether you’re a fan of the individual/team/sport or not. With a bit of luck, this’ll be another.

It’s called Howard’s Way, and it’s the story of how the late Howard Kendall transformed Everton Football Club in the early 1980s to become the best team in the country. Director Rob Sloman has brought together a whole bunch of people – including players who were involved – to recount the story.

The film premieres at a special event on November 11th at St George’s Hall in Liverpool. Tickets for that are available here, with proceeds going to charity.

Here’s the trailer for Howard’s Way.

The film itself lands on DVD on the same day, and is up for preorder here.

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