The second title in a dramatic and true-to-life series about a group of youngsters given the chance to make their dreams come true and go professional - via a soccer school run by a Premier league club
Sometimes - to survive - you have to FIGHT!
Each year, City FC - known as 'the Hawks' - take on a group of thirteen-year-olds for the first tier of their special soccer school: training sessions in the evenings and weekends for truly talented players who are aiming to become professional players. It's a glamorous, exciting future for the few who succeed - with huge rewards. But the failure rate is also high - BAD BOYS, the second in the series, highlights a conflict between two players who want to play in the same position: Ben, who wants to be accepted as 'one of the lads', even if it means behaving badly; and Lee, who fights to make his own decisions, only to realize he's made the wrong choices...
“Good locker-room-and-pitch drama about growing up and vying for status in the football team and at home”