It's a pleasant DVD, mildly amusing, with some- usually grainy- footage that illustrates points being made.Occasionally the footage is beautifully illustrative of an observation, but not often enough.There is never a 'studied' review of something that's just been used as "example" footage, so if you're not already knowledgeable you might well miss what the example was supposed to show you. I 'froze' the playing a few times so's to indicate what the footage was supposed to be demonstrating, for a non-fan who watched it with me. Several things could have used some teaching, however lightly delivered, so the point wouldn't be so murky. Other parts stand all right without elaboration. I enjoyed it well enough but couldn't possibly give 4 stars. It's too lightweight for that- not funny or clever enough, not revealing or educational enough.. The idea of assigning a letter of the alphabet for each football topic to be covered is a good way to make structure. The humor is absolutely not at Python level, and the set-up of Cleese's character being abusive to the other bloke is rather tired out before it starts.