We've got good news and bad news for you.
The good is that Kevin Allen's brilliant video diary from his trip to the 1990 World Cup is on YouTube in full, the bad news is that it's in 11 parts. We've collected them all here for you in order to save you the hassle of searching.
This was actually aired on the BBC in 1991 and is a fascinating look at following England at the time. It takes in the full spectrum of following English international football abroad - the good, the bad and the ugly, and takes in interviews with fans, locals, journalists, FA officials and even Sir Bobby Robson. It makes for a fascinating time capsule and refuses to make sweeping judgements, safe to say the media had their agenda just as a certain section of England fans had theirs. Both are highlighted in full here as well as the organisation and policing that aggravated so many throughout the tournament. We won't spoil it for you but we will say it makes the perfect companion piece to One Night in Turin, well worth 120 minutes of your time to watch in full. The very end (4 additional minutes) is available on YouTube but without sound, so I've chosen not to include it here.
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