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One morning in October 1988, Howard Wilkinson walked into history. History was Elland Road; the great football stadium in Leeds, built by the efforts of Don Revie; home to one of the greatest club sides in Europe, built by Don Revie. But on that morning, Leeds United were 21st in Football League Division Two, and now Howard Wilkinson was here, history had to go. He met his new employers, cracked jokes with the press, and got to work.Written by
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I'm a Hull City fan so maybe I'm biased - we 'ate Leeds apparently. But even if this film was about Hull City (we were in the premier league and got to an FA Cup Final, honest) I'd have wanted more footage of the games. Whilst I found this film interesting, it got a bit dull after a while 'cos it was talking head after talking head. The film needed some action. If there were more game highlights it would've been a good watch. And yet it's got great reviews - but disappointing. 5 out of ten
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