The New Lions Uncovered DVD Drops Today & It’s Absolutely Brilliant
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The Lions like you’ve never seen them before.
When news broke that the Lions would be continuing their long tradition of release a post-tour documentary, we knew we were in for a treat. After this summer’s events, the expectation rose even higher.
After a thrilling series that saw the Lions defeat the All Blacks in Wellington, before drawing in Auckland to tie the series, we’ve all been waiting with huge anticipation for an in-depth look behind the scenes.
As expected, the documentary is hugely entertaining and insightful. We’ve watched it several times now at this stage, and it gets better every time. There’s moments that will make you laugh, moments that will make you cry and moments that will make the hair stand up on the back of your neck.
From an intriguing look at the coaches squad selection to begin with, to choir practice, and some tough training sessions, the documentary gives you a detailed look into the life of a Lion on tour.
Keep an eye out for a training ground scuffle between Tadhg Furlong and Jack McGrath, and prepare to laugh at some brilliant ‘James Haskell cam’ moments feauturing plenty of unseen clips with roommate Sean O’Brien.
Watching the three Tests from a Lions perspective is spine-tingling, seeing how the players bounce back from some of the midweek defeats is inspirational. With unrestricted access to every meeting and training session, where players wore microphones for the first time, the team bus and even choir practice, see and hear the players as you have never before in this epic documentary.
Order your copy now using the links below or pick it up at your nearest retailer.