- By Ciaran Varley
- BBC Sport
Liverpool are the latest big club to sign a group of full-backs, a list that should follow Jurgen Klopp’s final season at Anfield.
Premier League leaders announced on Wednesday that most of Liverpool’s record will be released at the end of the 2023-24 season. It has not yet been confirmed where the series will air.
“This was my last season,” the 56-year-old said on the club’s website.
“Thanks to this new documentary, viewers will be able to see what I see every day in this great community, and understand these amazing people.”
Liverpool said the series, which will cover both the men’s and women’s teams, will “hold the team discreetly,” “in an environment where managers and players agree, without intruding on privacy”.
This is not the first time that the actors have been shown behind the scenes at Anfield. Staying: Liverpool was the sixth record that followed Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool team in the 2012-13 season, when they finished seventh in the Premier League.
Some British clubs have also allowed cameras in their dressing rooms and training areas in recent years. Here are a few examples.
Title: Sunderland ‘Til I Die series 1 & 2.
The original, for Netflix at least, and – many would argue – the best. The first season reflects a disastrous 2017-18 campaign for the Black Cats, which saw them relegated from League One after back-to-back relegations. The second season followed the 2019-20 season which was cut short by Covid-19.
There are a number of highlights including defender Jack Rodwell refusing to leave the club and allowing them to be without his wages after being relegated to the Championship, club owner Charlie Methven telling his communications manager to produce attendance figures and manager Chris Coleman almost competing with a fan. who he meets after the team is relegated to League One.
Star moment: Methven suggests at the meeting that the band’s music should be changed to Tiesto’s Adagio for Strings.
Title: Take Us Home: Leeds United
Series one tells the story of the 2018-19 season, where Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds narrowly missed out on promotion to the Premier League, while series two looks at the following campaign, where the Yorkshire club ended 16 years outside the English top flight. part.
Argentina coach Bielsa is still around, with less than Kalvin Phillips’ grandfather, Val.
Star star: Manager Victor Orta close to tears after Mateusz Klich’s penalty in the 5-0 drubbing of Stoke that sends Leeds back to the top of the Championship.
Title: All or Nothing: Manchester City
Cameras enter Pep Guardiola’s dining room as he wins the Premier League with 100 records at the end of the 2017-18 season.
Guardiola is the star at the center of this hagiography. The positives in the dressing room as he watched what would open up for Kevin de Bruyne against Leicester – which the midfielder then gets – paint a picture of the wise and intelligent.
Star star: Guardiola gathers his team after winning the title to tell them he will “destroy” the Premier League, just as he went from “football” to cage who “destroyed football” in his four years as Barcelona head coach.
Title: All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur
Spurs get All or Nothing support during the 2019-20 Premier League season. On the field, with a difficult campaign, the north London club finished sixth in a season marred by lockouts.
The series starts with Mauricio Pochettino being replaced by a completely different man than Jose Mourinho. A famous Portuguese coach who wants to build a really bad team. There is some good footage including Mourinho telling Dele Alli he is “lazy”.
Star star: Danny Rose meets the manager about his playing time – showing the left-back’s loan at Newcastle.
Title: All or Nothing: Arsenal
If the records of Manchester City and Spurs in this franchise give us access to permanent managers, the 2022 session is looking for one of the Premier League’s young coaches Mikel Arteta.
The Spaniard’s motivational tactics include asking players to shake hands, enlisting the club’s photographer to speak and playing You’ll Never Walk Alone in pre-match training at Anfield.
The 2021-22 season covered by this series was a remarkable one for the Gunners, who started with three consecutive defeats, entered the Champions League and then performed impressively to hand fourth place to rivals Tottenham.
Star star: Sporting director Edu after learning of Arteta’s star striker Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang’s illegal move to Barcelona – followed by his sale to the Catalan club.
Title: Welcome to Wrexham
This vivid story tells the story of an unlikely Welsh club that rises from the ashes after being bought by Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney. Series one covers the 2021-22 season, where the Red Dragons missed out on promotion to League Two and lost to Grimsby Town in the play-offs.
The second series covers their successful 2022-23 National League campaign. Along the way, Reynolds and McElhenney are capturing the hearts of the Welsh with the ideas and signs of stars such as Paul Mullin and Ben Foster, including magical moments such as the 12-goal thriller where they beat Barnet 7-5.
Star star: Reynolds is embraced by Foster after the keeper saved a 96th-minute penalty against rivals Notts County to go top of the league.