Most of the interviews seemed to be held in July 2020. We found out that the Houllier interview was then, when the show was repeated as the broadcaster's tribute to his time here. In one of his last pre-game press conferences, he believed that we wanted at the time to go back to the 60's and 70's culture. That was never the case, but after 6 years in charge, we had hoped to be a bit closer to the champions than the 30 point gap we ended up with.
Rafa had his say in it as well, which as these things do, focused on the rant about you know who down the road. All these years later, he still defiantly believes he was spot on and doesn't see the issue with it. It's not that what he said was wrong, but the manc set a mind game trap for him, and he hit the ground running into it. Within a month, our title challenge had crumbled, our cup run was over, and it was all downhill from there.
By contrast, Jürgen says a lot in his media duties, but never what is not in his or the team's interests. I'm sure he had plenty to say though in The End Of The Storm, focusing on bringing the title home, when it's released on Sky Documentaries this weekend.