|Fascinating watch, or too close to home? 08:07 - Dec 11 with 486 views||Coastalblue|
I watched and enjoyed the fly on the wall documentary about Man City's title win but see Netflix have a Sunderland version coming out which will cover their relegation from the Championship.
Under normal circumstances I'd enjoy watching it, not so sure this season though.
|Fascinating watch, or too close to home? on 23:13 - Dec 15 with 329 views||rkc123|
Anyone watched much of this? It's a really well made documentary and interesting to see a lot of the behind the scenes stuff around things like transfer deadline day, obviously the fact you know how the season ended for Sunderland makes it even more fascinating.
One of the players who features prominently is Johnny Williams. I think it is often easy to overlook the toll that frequent injury layoffs could have on the individual, but he talks quite a bit about the negative spiral he started to find himself in when they just kept coming one after another. It was also interesting that during a session with a sports psychologists he said the two people in his career that had made him feel safe to make mistakes were Chris Coleman and Mick McCarthy.
|Fascinating watch, or too close to home? on 23:18 - Dec 15 with 313 views||J4ck22|
I'm halfway through and it's pretty interesting. Getting a behind the scenes look at how football clubs operate is quite enjoyable to me, especially seeing the contrast between the successful Man City one compared to the disastrous Sunderland season and the problems they faced last year.
Plus you get to briefly relive us stuffing them at PR last season, so it's not all bad.
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