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There would be no league title, no champions of England, not without Brian Clough!
England 1960's - two great colossi bestrode the centre stage of football management and commanded unprecedented loyalty amongst their fans and teams. Brian Clough, bright, colourful, indomitable and Don Revie, closed, measured, dour. The loathing and rivalry between them became stuff of legend. When Don Revie unexpectedly left Leeds Brian Clough grabbed at the opportunity to take over. To take the greatest team and make it better, give it the Clough touch. But Don's family had scores to settle and his children would never accept their father's mortal enemy.
The star and director of The Damned United talk about bringing the controversial, fictionalised account of Brian Clough's reign at Leeds United to the screen.
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