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New TV Commercial Captures The Rollercoaster Ride of a Premier League Season [VIDEO]

soccer commentators New TV Commercial Captures The Rollercoaster Ride of a Premier League Season [VIDEO]

A Danish brewing company have released a new TV commercial that sums up the rollercoaster ride of what a typical Premier League season feels like.

Entitled “That Premier Feeling,” the 60-second video features a cast of characters including Jimmy Bullard, Chris Kamara, Robbie Fowler, Gareth Southgate, Marcel Desailly and 200+ extras.

According to the Premier League website, “The ride depicts hundreds of people on a rollercoaster symbolizing the ups and downs, the tension and jubilation, the disbelief and jaw-dropping moments, the heartbreak and the glory, which every fan experiences every match and throughout every season.”


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2 Responses to New TV Commercial Captures The Rollercoaster Ride of a Premier League Season [VIDEO]

  1. Adam Heap says:

    Love it. Cracked up at the Stewards just casually watching with no emotion!

  2. Stephen says:

    Felliniesque.

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