The soccer drama Believe is now available on VOD, and to celebrate we have an exclusive look at the film with a new clip featuring stars Brian Cox, Philip Jackson and a cast of young, up and coming football hooligans.

Set in the 1980s, some 10 years after his retirement as one of Manchester United's most famed coaches, Sir Matt Busby (Brian Cox) is restless in the twilight of his life. Georgie is an 11-year-old working class kid whose widowed mother (Natascha McElhone) is doing her best to keep him out of trouble. Georgie tries to steal Sir Matt's wallet only to be tracked down, which we see here in this scene.

This fun and fictional tale puts the real-life legendary soccer coach (of England's Manchester United team) coming out of retirement when he discovers that far from being just another young thief, Georgie is an extraordinarily gifted soccer player and captain of a team of unruly talents. Intrigued, Matt decides to try to transform a young group of ruffians into a dream team to compete for the upcoming Manchester Junior "Football" (Soccer) League Cup.

Check out this clip from the Freestyle release, available right now, and then be sure to order up the movie next tie you're at a loss for something inspiring to watch:

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