FOOTBALL films tend to be a little disappointing, the subject matter very often packed with cliché and the action shots lacking realism and accuracy. However, the film that documents Bert Trautmann’s life is one of the best examples of bringing the beautiful game to the big screen. Not that The Keeper’sopening minutes provides much in the way of beauty, depicting Trautmann and his Wehrmacht colleagues entering into battle with the British army. Cinema has often painted Germans as the bad guys and the British as standard bearers for fair play and decency. Anyone watching the current Brexit debacle from afar will wonder where this all went, but the film does outline the prejudice Trautmann encountered after WW2. It also confirms that people in Britain…