Chester Lee must take on the coaching duties of his company's employee daughters soccer team in order to impress his boss. Desperate for success, he enlists the aid of a "ringer", his fiancées son! Wackiness ensues.
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He's Coach... not first class.
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Did You Know?
During the beginning of the film, Jonathan Brandis' character Matthew calls Rodney Dangerfield's character Chester, "Chesterfield." Jonathan had a habit in real-life of referring to certain friends in jest by adding "field" to the end of their names. It is rumored by some who knew him that he carried this over into the film and ad-libbed "Chesterfield" as an inside joke. See more
When Chester and Matthew argue about the team, a boom operator is reflected in thecar door as Matthew closes it. See more
Two-story house. Yeah before you buy it they give you one story, after you move in you get another story.
When this movie is aired on network television, particulary the Disney Channel, TNT, and TBS, one line is shortened in the scene where Chester talks to the bartender. In the theatrical release, when the bartender asks what happened, Chester says "Well...I took her son...dressed him up as a girl, and talked him into playing with me". Then he is kicked out of the bar. In the TV version, he says "Well, I took her son, dressed him up as a girl.." Then we see him get kicked out. The reason for this cut is probably because it is too sexually suggestive. See more
Referenced in Toy Hunter: Taboo Toys
Written by Dino Esposito
Published by Onid Music / Island Music, Inc.
Performed by Dino Esposito
Courtesy of Island Records, Inc. See more