Outside the Baseball Ground Gary Newbon talks to Brian Clough and Peter Taylor about their reasons for resigning. Clough says that "there is not enough time, not enough film and a million reasons". Taylor says that football is the only job he can do, Clough reveals that the chairman Sam Longson put the phone down on him and confirms that neither of them attended a recent board meeting. Inside Sam Longson reads a statement about the departure and later when interviewed mentions "accusations made in the Daily Mail". Inside a crowded room Clough is again interviewed (including questions from Tony Francis then working for the BBC) but cuts the questions off.
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