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Legia Lubin is a Polish soccer team (what many Europeans call "football") purchased by Arshad, a Malaysian. The soccer team is multi-racial; there are players from Mali, Poland, etc., on ... See full summary »

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Michael Wenning

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Edward Allen Bernero (created by), Timothy Prager
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Goran Visnjic ... Marco Constante
Elizabeth Mitchell ... Carine Strand
Tom Wlaschiha ... Sebastian Berger
Lara Rossi Lara Rossi ... Arabela Seeger
Stuart Martin ... Luke Wilkinson
Naomi Battrick ... Ellie Delfont-Bogard
Donald Sutherland ... Michel Dorn
Jane Asher Jane Asher ... Jane Clerkenwell
Leemore Marrett Jr. ... Fredi Diagho
Ibrahim Fuseini Ibrahim Fuseini ... Kalifa Konare
Amerjit Deu ... Victor Arshad
Bartek Kasprzykowski ... Eddie Belka
Krzysztof Janczar ... Miroslaw Cena
Adam Fidusiewicz ... Arthur Siomski
Daan Schuurmans ... Josep Mees (as David R. Clark)
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Legia Lubin is a Polish soccer team (what many Europeans call "football") purchased by Arshad, a Malaysian. The soccer team is multi-racial; there are players from Mali, Poland, etc., on the team. A pipe bomb is placed in one of the Mali players' lockers, killing two and injuring six. CL gets the case; they try to decide if a pipe bomb in a black player's locker is terrorism, as the government believes, or a hate crime by the Legia Ultras as the owner alleges. Or is there another agenda? Written by LA-Lawyer

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Action | Crime | Drama

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Release Date:

27 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Big Light Productions See more »
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Sebastian Berger: [arranging bow-tie on Sebastian's tuxedo] Do you think there'll ever be a German Bond?
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Make a Problem/Then Solve It
28 June 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

We have an absurd plot where it is proffered that there is rampant racism in the soccer world. As an American, it appears that there are an awful lot of people of color playing at every level. This is sort of directed at the exploitation of poor black players. They are supposedly used, then cast aside or killed. There is also a kind of James Bond at the casino bit that just doesn't seem to work. The team just walked their way through this one. The solution is just so contrived. I can see why the series had lost most of its steam.


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