When his old football club,Railton,goes into administration because greedy sports agent Don Coleman has sold his client, star player Asda Price, at vast profits to himself,Ash declares a grudge match against Coleman. Mickey reels him in by posing as a businessman whose company are looking for investors in worthy sporting projects,then,as a show of faith,the hustlers pay Coleman to manage Sean,masquerading as a Canadian footballer looking for a work permit. Mickey resumes the remainder of the sting in which Albert,alias millionaire Karl Schultz,'sells' his non-existent football team to Coleman,the result ensuring that Railton F.C. are back in business.
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Bank error at your expense:
In one scene, Sean Kennedy and Arthur Stroller are sitting in front of a laptop waiting for the transfer of £ 500.00 from Don Coleman. There is clearly a starting account balance and (one line below) a current account balance of £ 1. After the money has been received, the new account balance is £ 500,000. But that's not true.
Correct is that there have to be display now £ 500.001 as a new account balance, as £ 1 was already in the bank account before the transfer. See more