Reality star Calum Best is starting his first season as president of Dorking Wanderers FC Ladies, with his journey filmed for Squad Goals
Best Calum will follow in his father’s footsteps by starring in a new TV documentary series.
The reality star is the president of Dorking Wanderers FC Ladies and will be part of a series called Squad Goals.
He is familiar with the world football village thanks to his father George Best – a Northern Irish football player.
“I see this series as an opportunity to show what women’s football is all about – the challenges, hard work and ups and downs of a team and a club looking to create something special. ,” Calum explained.
Filming will be for a third series called Squad Goals 3: Dorking Til I Die. It will be broadcast later this year.
Dorking women’s team is only entering its second season, but the club is anticipating significant growth, with a new stadium being prepared.
Calum will focus on creating great fame for the team as he uses his family’s footballing history.
His father George spent most of his career playing for Manchester United.
He was named the European Player of the Year in 1968 and placed sixth in the FIFA World Player of the Century poll.
George married former Playboy bunny Angela MacDonald-Janes in 1978 at a Las Vegas chapel.
They met in the United States while George was playing for the Los Angeles Aztecs in 1976.
After welcoming Calum in 1981, the couple separated a year later and divorced in 1986.
Calum, meanwhile, is known for his appearances on many reality dating shows, such as Celebrity Love Island in 2006.
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He even had an MTV show called Totally Calum Best where he tried to stay single for fifty days.
Calum appeared on Come Dine With Me, Celebrity Oldest brotherCelebrity Singles, Celebrity Datings and Beach Exes
He has failed many times and has many relationships but in the past he said that he refused to describe unlucky in love.
“The point is, if I can’t find her in my private life then I’ll try elsewhere,” he joked.
“I remember I was once told that if opportunities come your way, take them and if they are opportunities with the best of intentions then go ahead and this happened.”
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