By Mark Hodge @mrhodgey
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Photographer George Logan, along with creatives Darren Urquhart and Thomas Smith, used children to reenact the sport's most infamous moments asking the question - are badly behaved footballers good role models for young people?
The set of pictures were shot in a London park and is titled 'Football's Bad Boys' and includes Diego Maradona's controversial 'Hand of God' handball against England in the 1986 World Cup in Mexico.
Other moments of madness chosen were Eric Cantona's karate kick assault on a Crystal Palace fan and Frenchman Zinedine Zidane's brutal headbutt on Italian defender Marco Materazzi in the 2006 World Cup final in Germany.
Paul Gascoigne's iconic champagne guzzling dentist chair celebration at the 1996 European Championships was also chosen as one of the subjects.
Scottish photographer George is based in London and supports Glasgow Rangers.
He said: “We wanted to create a series of photographs which highlighted whether a game which is more and more obsessed with giant salaries and celebrity lifestyles, is still creating the right role models for Britain’s youth.
“The dentist chair with Gazza was the most memorable and painful for me as it was after a goal against Scotland.
“The Maradona Hand of God shot was probably the most fun and challenging to recreate.
“The kids had a brilliant day together kicking balls about in the sun. They knew the players and teams involved even if most of the incidents were before their time.
“I always try to work on personal projects that incorporate other interests in my life. I shoot lots of wildlife photography but also love sport and especially football.”