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Welcome to Wrexham: The seasons we never got to see behind the scenes

The second season of Welcome to Wrexham is about to drop on Disney+, recounting the historic Welsh football club’s latest season under new Hollywood owners Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds.

The new series follows on from the hugely successful debut season, which followed the Welsh club and its new owners as they go on a journey of football discovery in the fifth tier of the English football pyramid.

The documentary is the latest fly-on-the-wall documentary series going behind the scenes in professional sports. Amazon Prime has followed Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City in their ‘All or Nothing’ series, while shows like Netflix’s ‘Drive to Survive’ and ‘Full Swing’ have followed the main starts behind sports like F1 and golf.

But what if we could go back? Prior to the advent of these shows and capture behind-the-scenes footage from historic football moments and seasons. Here are four we wish we could have seen.

When Jose Mourinho uttered those infamous words at his first press conference, nobody could have possibly predicted what the Portuguese manager would go on to achieve. In his first season at Chelsea, the former Porto boss would dominate the league, keeping a record 25 clean sheets and conceding just 15 goals all season as he guided the Blues to their first Premier League title.

Mourinho has already been the subject of a behind-the-scenes documentary during his ill-fated spell at Tottenham, but the chance to have seen the three-time league winner up close during his first spell in England would have been must-see TV.

What’s more, that season also saw the infamous ‘pizzagate’ incident between Manchester United and Arsenal, which saw a young Cesc Fabregas hurl a pizza at Sir Alex Ferguson in the tunnel after the