Great reminder of his qualities and some amazing goals and moments over the years, but I just felt the documentary could have gone a bit deeper. Didn't really get the random 'let's stop by this bit of grass and speak to an old lady/cousin and talk for 30 seconds' bits?
I enjoyed the bits about England and Capello, United and Fergie etc. Wished it had more of that kind of stuff.
We praise our own team for being able to bully other teams, be tough and resilient etc etc. But as soon as the other manger says the same thing it's sour grapes and everyone's up in arms about it. Seems to happen every time.
Douglas has had a shocking start to the season and is excruciatingly slow to get the ball, hence all the badly timed tackled and fouls.
If Coke isn't considered good enough after Douglas' performances then I'd be worried. I guess at the moment the only other option would be Tabb, unless I'm forgetting someone? Need Bishop and/or Bru back sharpish.
Defend from the front with the three attackers, I think it's best that they all play to be honest. You can't drop Freddie with the former he's in, McGoldrick proved our best player last night, and I think away from home Pitman will be useful picking the ball up and linking the play. Or perhaps replace him with Murph's presence.
It's not so much the shut up shop that some will be hoping for, but Parr is a dedicated full back at least. And maybe Fraser could be persuaded to play a slightly more defensive, Tabb like midfield role.