I've watched this three times since I bought it and I am sure will watch it many more. I'm sure I will never do so without a tear or two on my cheek.
Along with the programme that Brian Moore did many years ago - can't remember the name of it - this is a moving tribute to Brian Clough, and a true reflection of his greatness. Some of it follows Nigel Clough, including his appointment as manager at Derby, as he remembers his father, and there are also excellent snatches of interviews with Barbara Clough.
It appears the DVD was released as a balance to - or maybe to cash in on the interest in - the film "Damned United" but I'm sure it will be watched long after the Damned United is forgotten. The real story about Clough is not Leeds (although the TV exchange with Don Revie, chaired by Austin Mitchell and included on the DVD, is engrossing) but Derby and Nottingham Forest. Hence the interviews with Roy McFarland, Kenny Burns, Trevor Francis, Peter Shilton, Martin O Neill, John Robertson and John McGovern are excellent. "He wasn't my kind of bloke, and I wouldn't go out for a pint with him," says McGovern, "but play for him ? To play for him I'd walk across the Sahara desert."
Yes, the DVD could have been longer and taken in Clough's later success with teams that featured the likes of Stuart Pearce and Roy Keane. But it nonetheless highlights the achievements of the outstanding manager in an era where instinct and insight could trump money, and when humour and courage could light up the English game.