"Sunderland ‘Til I Die" - netflix documentary

Spurger King

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#83
About halfway through this.

A very interesting mix of comedy, sadness, good guys and bad guys. Clearly shows how once things start to go wrong they can quickly snowball. As they said, they needed a striker but who would want to join them in that situation?
 

Spurger King

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#86
Finished watching this. Bain seemed alright. I thought Coleman came across as a genuinely nice guy. Maybe that’s part of the problem.

It was pretty fascinating.
 

Wheeler Dealer

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#88
Impossible job for all involved. Sunderland set up needed cash just to survive. Once this was removed their decline was rapid. They are the footballing version of Carrilion
 
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