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jb lamptoast-morsley
jb lamptoast-morsley
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Re: Films Again - all new
Oct 09, 2017, 21:42
The Damned United. Only took me 8 years to see this one. The 44 days that Brian Clough was in charge of dirty Leeds and of course his rivalry with Don Revie and relationship with his assistant Peter Taylor. Did he really do that interview with Don Revie after having been sacked? Incendiary stuff. Compelling viewing too. Not sure if it translates to those outside footy circles though?
drewbhoy
drewbhoy
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Oct 10, 2017, 09:14
jb lamptoast-morsley wrote:
The Damned United. Only took me 8 years to see this one. The 44 days that Brian Clough was in charge of dirty Leeds and of course his rivalry with Don Revie and relationship with his assistant Peter Taylor. Did he really do that interview with Don Revie after having been sacked? Incendiary stuff. Compelling viewing too. Not sure if it translates to those outside footy circles though?


Tremendous film and a decent insight as well. There were a lot of good managers at the time when tackles were tackles. Of course, Celtic beat that dirty Leeds Utd team in 1970.
Toni Torino
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Re: Films Again - all new
Oct 10, 2017, 10:15
jb lamptoast-morsley wrote:
The Damned United. Only took me 8 years to see this one. The 44 days that Brian Clough was in charge of dirty Leeds and of course his rivalry with Don Revie and relationship with his assistant Peter Taylor. Did he really do that interview with Don Revie after having been sacked? Incendiary stuff. Compelling viewing too. Not sure if it translates to those outside footy circles though?


Frost/Nixon
jb lamptoast-morsley
jb lamptoast-morsley
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Re: Films Again - all new
Oct 10, 2017, 21:12
Wow that was ace!

7 weeks isn't even long enough to find the local butchers shop! Brilliant, but I'm not sure if that makes sense. Brian Clough is a fascinating character with his outspokenness yet also in that interview at least quite a sensitive side that doesn't feel like he has to forcefully make his point like Don Revie was and always interested in what the other guy has to say.
keith a
keith a
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Re: Films Again - all new
Oct 11, 2017, 07:05
jb lamptoast-morsley wrote:
The Damned United. Only took me 8 years to see this one. The 44 days that Brian Clough was in charge of dirty Leeds and of course his rivalry with Don Revie and relationship with his assistant Peter Taylor. Did he really do that interview with Don Revie after having been sacked? Incendiary stuff. Compelling viewing too. Not sure if it translates to those outside footy circles though?


Yes, a good one, though having watched the extra's on the dvd I thought it would have benefitted from including many of those short extra scenes.

The book is worth reading, too.
Toni Torino
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Re: Films Again - all new
Oct 11, 2017, 13:31
keith a wrote:
jb lamptoast-morsley wrote:
The Damned United. Only took me 8 years to see this one. The 44 days that Brian Clough was in charge of dirty Leeds and of course his rivalry with Don Revie and relationship with his assistant Peter Taylor. Did he really do that interview with Don Revie after having been sacked? Incendiary stuff. Compelling viewing too. Not sure if it translates to those outside footy circles though?


Yes, a good one, though having watched the extra's on the dvd I thought it would have benefitted from including many of those short extra scenes.

The book is worth reading, too.


Revie and Clough grew up only a few streets apart in Middlesbrough apparently, though Revie was 6 years older.
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