Filed: Tuesday, 12th February 2013
By: Staff Writer
St George's Day is the directorial debut from Football Factory and Lock, Stock... star Frank Harper.
And thanks to our pals at the Metrodome Group we have two copies of the brand new film to give away to a couple of lucky KUMB.com raders.
Described by britflicks.com as "...an epic, brutal classic", St George's Day tells the story of gangster cousins Micky Mannock and Ray Collishaw (Frank Harper and Craig Fairbrass) after the duo incur the wrath of the Russian Mafia following a bungled drug deal.
And using the cover of an England football international in Holland, the pair plan an audacious heist that will not only save their bacon but raise enough funds to ensure they can safely retire.
Also starring Charles Dance, Vincent Regan, Nick Moran and Ashley Walters, the 110-minute film is now on general release but two lucky KUMB readers can win a copy by entering our competition below.
To stand a chance of being one or our lucky winners, simply answer the following question:
The last time West Ham played on St George's Day was towards the end of the 2011/12 season. Name our opponents and the result that day. Hint: you may find the answer by delving into our news archive.
Please send your answers (along with your KUMB.com user name) to competitions @ kumb.com by midnight on Friday, 15th February 2013. The winners will be notified by email the following week.
* This competition is open to registered members of KUMB.com only. You may register for free KUMB membership here.
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