looking at 6 different La Liga teams throughout the 2017-2018 season was also very good. I especially liked the scenes focusing on Eibar (Club President), Girona (General Manager) and Atletico (Saul Niguez).
It perfectly captures how the staff comes and goes, but the fans are what really makes a club.
It was interesting to see how even a coach who excelled at Wales was unable to change the culture of the players that remained. I was fascinated by all of the leadership issues involving the playing staff, whereas the support staff seemed to have great leadership.
And I loved all of the Geordie accents. By episode 5 I could mimic it perfectly.
The moral of the story for me...when in crisis, play your kids. They care about representing, playing and winning more than the established veterans.
Obviously he did a great job with Wales but was that because of him or once in a generation talent?
It must be really hard to come into a situation like that and try to change the culture when the only real job you have is to stay up.
With Sunderland especially, you have to think all of the near relegation misses over the years had to take their toll on the entire club.