Brian Clough and Don Revie on a Calendar special after his sacking.

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Brian Clough and Don Revie on a Calendar special after his sacking.

Post by DavidH » Sat May 30, 2020 4:12 pm

Just watched this, and have to say, it was the equivalent of 2 world champions meeting in the ring. I never liked Clough for the things it's implied he said about us, but I did feel a little sorry for him in this interview. He seemed to take his punishment well.

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Re: Brian Clough and Don Revie on a Calendar special after his sacking.

Post by Mick Jones shoulder » Sat May 30, 2020 4:33 pm

Clough openly disliked Leeds but more so Revie. Think that was basically the issue when he took over in 74. A bit of give and take on both sides and who knows what may have happened.
Can't really fault his record.!

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Post by faaip » Sat May 30, 2020 6:03 pm

Can't dispute Clough was a great manager, one of my favourites. Was elated when we got him at the time. Clough stays we win more and we don't have the decline of the 80's... imo
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Re: Brian Clough and Don Revie on a Calendar special after his sacking.

Post by 1964white » Sat May 30, 2020 6:07 pm

faaip wrote:
Sat May 30, 2020 6:03 pm
Can't dispute Clough was a great manager, one of my favourites. Was elated when we got him at the time. Clough stays we win more and we don't have the decline of the 80's... imo
Agree Clough would have got it right in the end

Ex-players managing their club is generally the wrong direction to take

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