I really don't know why football clubs allow these kind of things to be done. It usually just ends up making them look cunts. Just like the QPR one last season where it showed how much contempt the then owners had for the then manager and how totally out of touch with reality they were and how little they knew about football. I've always read about how much of a thinker about the game Brendan Rodgers is. In an hour, I didn't hear one original thought uttered from his mouth. It was difficult the pick out the most embarrassing moment. Was it the players openly scoffing at the stupid idea of being made to do yoga exercises? Was it the way the manager took Jon Flanagan to one side and gave him the old Cloughie speech of "I want you to win the ball and then pass it to someone who can play" but with less subtlety (rightly enough, Flanagan is shite so he needs to get rid of the thing at the first opportunity) or was it the Liverpool supporter ten minutes from the end saying "This could be the start of another red crusade" in advance of the club making their worst start for over a hundred years - if not ever. Nothing good can ever come if these documentaries other than to give fans of other clubs a right good laugh.