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[ATV Today: 21.03.1980: Interview with Brian Clough]

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Date 1980
Duration 00:02:55
Film type Colour / Sound
Production Professional
Genre Television News
Company ATV

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Summary Nick Owen interview with the Nottingham Forest football manager Brian Clough, celebrating his birthday with a glass of champagne.
Description They talk about the eventful week which began with Forest being beaten by Wolves in the League Cup Final and ended by the team reaching the semi-final of the European Cup by beating Dynamo Berlin. Discussing his belief that the manager has the responsibility of displaying confidence to his team, even when he does not feel it. Discussing his club's financial situation, now better than ever and the possibility of buying a couple of new players.
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Tags Sport

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