Former boss Jack Ross delivers verdict on Sunderland 'Til I Die
Jack Ross has watched ‘a little bit’ of Sunderland ‘Til I Die - and admits ‘some of it is a little bit different from reality’.
The second series - which chronicles Stewart Donald and Charlie Methven’s first season involved with the club - was released on Wednesday.
Ross, of course, was the man appointed to lead the Black Cats’ charge back to the Championship but ultimately fell short following the play-off final defeat to Charlton Athletic.
The 43-year-old was later relieved of his duties in October after 17 months on Wearside and now managers north of the border at Hibernian.
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Ross, speaking to Sky Sports News’ Jim White, was asked if he had watched the six episode series on Netflix.
He said: "I was hoping you'd go to an advert Jim before asking me that!
"I've watched a little bit of it but I haven't watched it all.
"It's no surprise to say I lived through that period, so I don't need to necessarily watch it to know what it was like and to remember it.
"Of course, it is a television programme so some of it is a little bit different from reality.”
Ross, who suffered back-to-back Wembley heartbreaks - including Portsmouth in the Checkatrade Trophy final - wishes his former employers the best for the future.
"I said when I first left the club, I had a fantastic time as manager and loved every minute of it.
"It was a privilege to manage the club and I wish them well for the future."