Home Ground | Heimebane – Season 1

OVERVIEW | NEWS | CAST | SEASON 1 1. Varg FC has been promoted to the top division in Norwegian football but, shortly before the season begins, the team is left without a coach. Helena Mikkelsen is experienced but she is a woman, and women do not train male football players. However, she believes that she is more than capable, but to secure the job she must outperform a former professional with coaching ambitions. 2. Helena has become coach of the newly promoted Varg

Home Ground | Heimebane

OVERVIEW | NEWS | CAST | SEASON 1 Starring: Ane Dahl Torp, John Carew, Axel Bøyum 2018. Returning series Varg FC has been promoted to the top division in Norwegian football but, shortly before the season begins, the team is left without a coach. Helena Mikkelsen is experienced but she is a woman, and women do not train male football players. To secure the job Helena must outperform a former professional with coaching ambitions, and as she takes the reigns she is forced to

David Lagercrantz Writing Zlatan Football Biopic

Sportbladet reports that, six years after I'm Zlatan was published, author David Lagercrantz (The Girl In The Spider’s Web) is in the process of adapting the biography of Manchester United forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic into a feature film. Written by David Lagercrantz, I'm Zlatan sold over 800,000 copies in Sweden alone and was published in over thirty countries. The movie adaptation will chart Zlatan's life from the age of nine through to his time at Juventus. David Lagercrantz told Sportbladet: "I have

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