The new football club coach, Brian Clough (Michael Sheen), orients the Leeds United about the changes he's going to be making in the team as well as the expectations he has for each player in this sport film, The Damned United.
CLOUGH: Well, I might as well tell you now. You lot may all be internationals and have won all the domestic honours there are to win under Don Revie. But as far as I'm concerned, the first thing you can do for me is to chuck all your medals and all your caps and all your pots and all your pans into the biggest fucking dustbin you can find, because you've never won any of them fairly. You've done it all by bloody cheating.
Mr. William Bremner, you're the captain and a good one. But you're no good to the team and no good to me if you're suspended. I want you fit for every game. And I want good, clean, attractive football from my captain starting next week at the Charity Shield. And you, Irishman. God gave you skill, intelligence and the best passing ability in the game. What God did not give you was 6 studs to wrap around another player's knee.
Now, things are gonna be a little different around here without Don. Might feel strange at first. Might pinch a little like a new pair of shoes. But if you want your grandchildren to remember you as being something other than the dirty buggers you once were, if you wanna be loved as real champions worthy champions, you're gonna have to work and improve and change.
Now, let's start off by playing some 7-a-sides.