How to Watch The Four Year Plan 2011 Online in The UK

Released: 2011

Rated: Not Rated

7.4/10

Updated: 12th Apr, 2021
Genres: Documentary, Sport
Director: Mat Hodgson

The cast of The Four Year Plan

Alejandro Agag, Gareth Ainsworth, Amit Bhatia, Flavio Briatore

What is The Four Year Plan about?

In 2007 Queens Park Rangers, a small Football Club of West London, were bottom of England's Second League and 2 hours from bankruptcy. Just as the club faced liquidation, they were bought by billionaire businessmen. Filmed in an observational fashion from a poetic distance, the documentary follows the larger than life and high profile characters who put their money and reputations on the line through 4 tumultuous years of enormous ups and downs. For 98 dramatic minutes we are given unprecedented access and remarkable insight into the worlds of sport, business, finance, power and ego - culminating in success in 2011, when QPR won promotion to the Premier League and the four year plan - set out by the owners in 2007 - was spectacularly achieved.

Where to watch The Four Year Plan


Streaming on Amazon Prime Video

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