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Arsenal Release Explosive 'All Or Nothing' Amazon Trailer Detailing 2021/22 Season

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Arsenal Release Explosive 'All Or Nothing' Amazon Trailer Detailing 2021/22 Season

Arsenal have revealed the trailer for their eagerly awaited ‘All or Nothing’ documentary by Amazon.

After an enthralling 2021/22 Premier League campaign, Arsenal have released the trailer for their Amazon documentary ‘All or Nothing’.

The trailer, which you can watch below, takes a deep dive into Arsenal’s season including many highs and lows.

Arsenal 'All or Nothing' Amazon documentary:

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The show will take a deep dive into the rollercoaster of a season that Arsenal endured. Their tumultuous start to the season saw them bottom of the table after conceding nine goals in their first three games and saw a wave of pressure placed on the shoulders of Mikel Arteta.

The bright spark of the early season came with the first North London derby at the Emirates in September. Arsenal blitzed their rivals with three first-half goals from Hale End graduates Emile Smith-Rowe and Bukayo Saka while Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang added one of his own to round out the 3-1 win.

The Gunners were never able to find a good run of form before the end of the year as wins and losses seemed to interchange. However, the last four games in December saw them rattle off four straight wins against Southampton, West Ham, Leeds and Norwich respectively while netting 14 goals and conceding just once in that span.

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The documentary covers Arsenal's 2021-22 season under Mikel Areta (Image: Amazon Prime)
The documentary covers Arsenal's 2021-22 season under Mikel Areta (Image: Amazon Prime)

Arsenal carried their fine end of 2021 into 2022 winning six of their next nine games with defeats coming to Liverpool and Manchester City putting them firmly in the race for a top-four finish.

However, what looked like a comfortable run of fixtures turned into a nightmare as Arsenal would lose three straight to Crystal Palace, Southampton and Brighton respectively.

This torrid run of form would throw their Champions League dream into flux.

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Arsenal would recover miraculously and put together a run of three straight wins against their Champions League competitors Manchester United, Chelsea and West Ham.

This would set up a grandstand finish against their North London rivals Tottenham who were having a resurgence of their own.

With away games against Tottenham and Newcastle to come and their fate in their own hands, Arsenal would suffer crushing defeats in both these games and allow Tottenham to beat them to the last Champions League spot.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Arsenal, Mikel Arteta, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Tim Fadipe
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