English football’s "first German owners continue their cultural revolution to bring the best practices of the Bundesliga" to League One side Bradford City, according to Martyn Ziegler of the LONDON TIMES. This is the second season since businessmen Edin Rahic and Stefan Rupp took over and on Tuesday, the premiere of a "fascinating" behind-the-scenes documentary covering their first year in charge will be screened. The pair employed German filmmakers to document their first season, and the result is "Matter of Heart," a "no-holds-barred portrayal of the nitty-gritty of running a football club," which will have its first showing at Bradford’s national film museum. Perhaps "most intriguing is the clash of cultures that is immediately apparent." At one point, Manager Stuart McCall "looks pained as he admits to finding it difficult to accept he is simply the head coach." He said, "In the three clubs I managed before, I brought the players in and the owners and chairman let me get on with my job." The Germans "had other ideas." Rahic said, "I told Stuart straight away we are looking for a head coach and not a manager." Ultimately, "the Germans would like to have a sporting director, but until then it is a triumvirate" of Rahic, chief scout Greg Abbott and McCall "who decide on new players" (LONDON TIMES, 11/13).