Yeah, this. We [the Club] clearly don’t want one.I think you've read it wrong. The tweet seems to rule the prospect of a series out totally.
Half the reason - if not the whole reason - the Sunderland one is so good is because everything goes horribly wrong.A Sunderland-style one wouldn't be too bad where it focussed more on the running of the club and the fans. There was very little focus on the players and zero footage of the changing room.
The Salford series is pretty good. Interesting to see a lower league club transformed by the Class of 92.Swear these documentaries are watched mainly by rival fans wanting to revel in a club's failings and defeats. That or they're a dull as ditchwater PR operation.
Only one worth watching is Sunderland Til I Die, the rest are gash bar the times things go tits up for the club in question.
I think I hate those clickbait Twitter accounts when they are used instead of the real source
What do we think?
Have you watched the Anelka doc - specifically the bit about him and domenech having the spat?The locker room insight is one of the most interesting parts, they should film all of them and release them after a couple of years or so for fan viewing. Probably some classic moments being missed.
This was a useless match.We've seen Giggs give the team a speech as Manchester United manager, some things are better left unseen