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A singular focus on promotion consumes the players, management and fans, who don't want to endure another season in League One.
The episode was rated 7.96 from 56 votes.
Desperation kicks in as the season winds down. A familiar face returns in an opposing jersey, while a current player makes an unfortunate mistake.
The episode was rated 7.84 from 68 votes.
With organizational upheaval on the horizon, coaches, players and staff consider their futures as fans pledge to stand behind the "lads" forever.
The episode was rated 7.82 from 66 votes.
The team's run to a trophy final at Wembley Stadium brings pride and excitement to the long-suffering fans, who travel in huge numbers to London.
The episode was rated 7.63 from 57 votes.
New owner Stewart Donald and director Charlie Methven begin the arduous task of bringing the club out of financial ruin while succeeding on the field.
The episode was rated 7.57 from 65 votes.
A major shakeup brings renewed hope to the Stadium of Light, but as Christmas approaches, the team still seeks its first home win of the year.
The episode was rated 7.54 from 68 votes.
Amid concerns about the front office culture, Charlie puts an aggressive marketing plan in place to draw the largest crowd in third division history.
The episode was rated 7.52 from 58 votes.
The winter transfer window proves difficult when ownership refuses to put money in the club and a rarely used player collects on a massive contract.
The episode was rated 7.51 from 65 votes.
Injuries mount as the team struggles to move clear of the relegation zone, but a key player's return to the lineup could provide a spark.
The episode was rated 7.51 from 67 votes.
Frustration mounts among the players and fans as the team falls into the relegation zone, leaving manager Simon Grayson in a precarious position.
The episode was rated 7.49 from 69 votes.
In need of a striker to bolster the club's promotion bid, Stewart races against time to sign a key player by the January transfer deadline.The episode was rated from 58 votes.
Facing pressure from passionate supporters, Sunderland begin a new season in the second tier of English football following a disappointing relegation.The episode was rated from 94 votes.
Stewart’s frustrations with agents mount during the club’s contract negotiations with key players, including young goal-scoring leader Josh Maja.The episode was rated from 61 votes.
After a promising start to the season, the roster’s lack of depth is exposed. With money short, the team scrambles for help in the transfer window.The episode was rated from 76 votes.
Last updated: oct 02, 2022
One of the better recent football documentaries. And I absolutely love the opening credits.
Very interesting behind the scenes look at a team that falls from the EPL to The Championship with an owner that doesn't give a crap and lets the team struggle. Not as good as the Amazon show about Man City, but still worthy of your time/watching even if you arn't a big football fan.
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