Take Us Home: What we learned from Leeds documentary

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Spygate, deadline-day confusion, an uncontested goal, hope, belief and a final spectacular defeat, all described by Russell Crowe – the latest football documentary to hit a streaming service is not for the faint-hearted.Take Us Home: Leeds United, which landed on Amazon Prime on Friday, tells the story of the club’s 2018-19 season, their first under Marcelo Bielsa and one where they narrowly missed out on promotion to the Premier League.But as Leeds fans know only too well, this is only part of the story.It follows in the footsteps of recent streaming football documentaries that have focused on Manchester City’s 2017-18 Premier League title success and Sunderland’s Championship relegation campaign the same year.Produced by Eleven Studios – the production arm of Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani’s company, Eleven Sports – it is both polished and positive. We’re unlikely to get the expletive-fuelled changing room rants of Premier Passions or the raw touchline laments of The Impossible Job.Here are some things we learned from the first episode.Bielsa is the star

Bielsa is reportedly the best paid manager in Leeds’ historyWhile All or Nothing: Manchester City was an inspiring insight into success and Sunderland ‘Til I Die provided an uncomfortable rubber-necking at failure, Take Us H

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