Posted by sean on October 16, 2005 at 2:32 pm in Television with No Comments


The football drama series Dream Team returns to Sky One tonight. The previous series ended with Harchester United winning the play off final and promotion back to The Premiership. In typical Dream Team fashion the whole team were killed when ex-manager Don Baker drove his car, full of petrol and a dead Karl Fletcher in the boot into the clubs coach causing a catastrophic explosion.

With some many deaths it looks like the series is in for a whole new cast although a few old favourites are set to return. Whoever is in the new series you can be sure of one thing – controversy, over the top stories and probably the odd fatality thrown in for good measure (I cannot see why any footballer would want to join Harchester, life insurance premiums must be sky high!).

The new series starts at 8pm on Sky One with a special show “Dream Team Stranger Than Fiction” at 7pm where real life, bizarre football stories are looked at and how they inspired the shows writers.

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