In September 1970, an experimental German film maker brought eight 16mm film cameras to Old Trafford and Manchester United v Coventry. He trained them all on George Best.
Matt Busby had retired 15 months earlier, leaving Wilf McGuinness with a mix of old men, also-rans and George. The German effort was wasted: Best clearly doesn’t fancy it.
Bobby Charlton zips past at speed from time to time, but otherwise it’s all about George listlessly attempting to suck passes from leaderless lesser men some of whom might have been surprised to find themselves playing in red. It’s all terribly aimless, and Bryan Robson still eleven years away.
Greatest hits videos of Best, Law and Charlton tend to have Beatles rock numbers as their soundtrack. This one needs the White Album.