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WATCH: We Must Go Movie – Bob Bradley & the Pharaohs documentary
We Must Go – a feature documentary chronicling the Egyptian National team’s 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign under American coach Bob Bradley, which we’ve been impatiently waiting for since the summer of 2012, was officially released on Tuesday.
Relive all the emotions, the struggle, the victories, and of course, the eventual disappointments of the Pharaohs’ World Cup qualifying journey with this powerful Copper Pot Pictures documentary.
“Every four years, 32 countries qualify to play in the World Cup. This is the story of one country that did not.”
For more about We Must Go and the making of the film, check out our in-depth interview with the Copper Pot team.
KingFut.com were proud to be a part of this project, and our very-own Mohamed Seif features in the film.
Watch the trailer below from which the full documentary can be directly purchased or rented.
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“WE MUST GO is a feature documentary chronicling the journey of the Egyptian National Soccer team and coach Bob Bradley as they fight to reach the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Egypt has one of the richest football histories in all of Africa, but despite its continental success, the team hasn’t reached soccer’s ultimate stage in 24 years. Now, the Pharaohs and their American coach, as unlikely a pairing as there ever was, have the chance to do more than realize their shared dream of World Cup qualification––they can unite a bitterly divided nation.”