Date: 24th July 2019 at 1:30pm
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It seems as though Leeds United have been caught up in the latest trend.

That trend of course being football club documentaries. Whilst football documentaries are nothing new, going back to the 1990s with Graham Taylor: An Impossible Job and Manchester United: Beyond the promised land in the early 2000s, there has been a resurgence in the genre recently.

You’ve got Manchester City’s All Or Nothing and Sunderland’s Sunderland Til I Die (in which the sequel is going to be much funnier than the original), and now Leeds United are set to release ‘Take Us Home’.

Documenting their rise and dramatic end to the season, it will give Leeds fans a great insight into how Marcelo Bielsa got the club to where they were, although there are some methods that we already know about, so no need to go through that again.

However, a lot of Leeds fans didn’t find themselves too keen on the idea of the club releasing a documentary about such a heart-breaking season. Some thought that the club should be focusing on other areas, like what’s going on on the pitch.

Whilst others just couldn’t bring themselves to even think about what happened last season and don’t want to have to relive it again.

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