Leeds United need to focus on the now to regain former glory says Simon Grayson
24 March 2009 02:54
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The movie, based on David Peace's novel about Clough's 44-day reign in charge of the then League Champions, will hit the big screen across the country this Friday but Grayson believes that wallowing in nostalgia will hinder the Yorkshire club's upward mobility.
"Myself, the players and the fans as well have to realise where we are and not get carried away with where we used to be but we have to try to get out of this division and try to get back to where we want to be," said Grayson.
It's a fantastic place. We've regularly been getting crowds of 28,000. The fanbase is unbelievable - we've had a 100 per cent allocation all season for the away following. Traditionally it's a big club and it's got the fanbase of a big club.