Just before Christmas, Scoreline spoke to two men who were behind iconic pieces of work on the international stage.
With the FIFA World Cup on the way, Kilkenny and Carlow’s number one sports show caught up Craig Buglass.
Hailing from Newcastle, Buglass has had a remarkable career in kit designing having been the creative mind behind Nike’s kits from 2000-2006 and acted as Creative Director for Puma from 2006-2010.
Now the co-founder of Spark Design Academy which gives people the opportunity to learn about kit designing, Buglass designed some of football’s greatest ever kits including the Arsenal invincible kit from the 2003/04 season, Barcelona’s gold away kit from 2001/02 along with Manchester United kits, England kits and much more.
Here, he looks back on his own personal favourites including Brazil’s 2002 World Cup winning kit, his lifetime designing jerseys for the biggest teams in the world and provides anecdotes that are unique in their nature.
If that wasn’t enough, ZoomSport’s Duncan McMath reflected on his critically acclaimed documentary ‘The Phenomenon: Ronaldo.’
‘The Phenomenon’ tells the story of Brazilian legend Ronaldo from his seizure hours before the 1998 World Cup final all the way through to his inspiring performances at the next edition of football’s biggest competition which saw the Selecao claim a historic fifth crown.
The writer and director of what was widely regarded as the best sports documentary of 2022 touched on the making of the documentary, its subject being a global superstar and why he felt the need to tell the story of one of the most beloved players in the history of the game.
McMath, who has also masterminded the exceptional ‘El Presidente’ and equally brilliant ‘Take The Ball, Pass The Ball’, gives a keen insight into a tremendous watch.
Two incredible people telling their truly incredible stories. This is not to be missed if you’re a football fan.
Listen back below.