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[Football] Dressing Room Footage, coming soon

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Lenny Rider

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Sep 15, 2010
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Not sure about this one, all very entertaining until your particular club ends up in crisis by airing its dirty laundry in public.

Yes it will be extremely funny to see the likes of Zaha having a hissy fit, but what about two Albion players swapping blows in the wake of a defeat?, somethings should remain private IMHO.
 


nicko31

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Jan 7, 2010
15,343
Gods country fortnightly

Not sure about this one, all very entertaining until your particular club ends up in crisis by airing its dirty laundry in public.

Yes it will be extremely funny to see the likes of Zaha having a hissy fit, but what about two Albion players swapping blows in the wake of a defeat?, somethings should remain private IMHO.
Really don't want this. Its a private matter between an a manager and their staff. Its not a soap opera...
 

Cheeky Monkey

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Jul 17, 2003
22,374
Very American, the pre and post game ‘locker room’ press access is something else over there, sweaty, naked and half-naked men walking around, mikes and cameras in player’s faces.
 


Really don't want this. Its a private matter between an a manager and their staff. Its not a soap opera...
I vaguely remember Mel Morris, the then owner/chairman of Derby County, invading the dressing room at halftime to rant at the Derby players. I think this was around 2016. At the time Derby we’re favourites to get promoted and the club had spent a fortune on players to ‘buy’ their way to the Premier League and had also sacked numerous coaches before and after this episode.

Anyway, the upshot of this incident was that the position of the coach, Paul Clement, was made untenable. He was sacked soon after despite having a good number of results under his belt. Derby County again failed, and again in subsequent seasons, to win promotion despite the huge amounts of money spent on transfers and wages.

The moral of the story? The dressing room is sacrosanct. It is the manager and players domain - and no one else’s. Upset that balance with intrusions from TV cameras, failed owners and anyone else would be a recipe for disaster.
 

Justice

Dangerous Idiot
Jun 21, 2012
14,604
Born In Shoreham
I vaguely remember Mel Morris, the then owner/chairman of Derby County, invading the dressing room at halftime to rant at the Derby players. I think this was around 2016. At the time Derby we’re favourites to get promoted and the club had spent a fortune on players to ‘buy’ their way to the Premier League and had also sacked numerous coaches before and after this episode.

Anyway, the upshot of this incident was that the position of the coach, Paul Clement, was made untenable. He was sacked soon after despite having a good number of results under his belt. Derby County again failed, and again in subsequent seasons, to win promotion despite the huge amounts of money spent on transfers and wages.

The moral of the story? The dressing room is sacrosanct. It is the manager and players domain - and no one else’s. Upset that balance with intrusions from TV cameras, failed owners and anyone else would be a recipe for disaster.
I remember that they then hired Maclaren again who was a disaster.
 


Official Old Man

Uckfield Seagull
Aug 27, 2011
7,002
Brighton
There's a brilliant podcast on the BBC called Moment of Truth, that follows two managers in League One. Warts and all, and lots of emotional stuff, the language is way beyond what Sky would put out at any time of the day. With a camera in the dressing room would a manager still rant and rave?
 

timbha

Members
Jul 5, 2003
8,607
Sussex
Put a camera in their faces and it will no longer be real, everyone will act out for the camera. 'Kin hell I'm getting really tired of modern society. Everything must be filmed to be put on your FB, youtube, tiktok, Sky TV, Amazon .... f$ck off!
I don’t want to see or hear what’s going on behind closed doors. I love the rumours.
Football will over sanitise itself and kill it for the real fans, turning football into never ending 30 second clips of “incidents”.
 

Slum_Wolf

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May 3, 2021
169
There's a brilliant podcast on the BBC called Moment of Truth, that follows two managers in League One. Warts and all, and lots of emotional stuff, the language is way beyond what Sky would put out at any time of the day. With a camera in the dressing room would a manager still rant and rave?
Thank you, will give it a listen.

 

Harry Wilson's tackle

Harry Wilson's Tackle
Oct 8, 2003
40,553
Faversham

Not sure about this one, all very entertaining until your particular club ends up in crisis by airing its dirty laundry in public.

Yes it will be extremely funny to see the likes of Zaha having a hissy fit, but what about two Albion players swapping blows in the wake of a defeat?, somethings should remain private IMHO.
I wonder if anyone has commented yet that you may have made a schoolboy error pasting a daily mail link on NSC? ???

Clubs will never agree to this anymore than I would agree to have myself live streamed when I'm in the shitter.

Hope all's well, by the way, and that you're looking forward to Crimbo and that :thumbsup:
 

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