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The first trailer for Arsenal's highly anticipated 'All Or Nothing' documentary series has been released. Watch the video below:
The upcoming fly-on-the-wall documentary, which will be released on August 4, will chart Arsenal's 2021-22 campaign under Mikel Arteta.
It could prove to be a difficult watch for Arsenal supporters, who saw their side miss out on Champions League football after a dramatic collapse in the final weeks of the campaign.
Arsenal had looked on course for a return to European football's top club competition after impressing under Arteta.
But back-to-back defeats to Tottenham and Newcastle in the final weeks of the season saw them finish fifth, with their north London rivals pipping them to the final Champions League spot.
The first trailer for the docuseries focuses on Arsenal's difficult start to the season, when they were beaten by Brentford, Chelsea and Manchester City in their opening three league games.
The series is also expected to cover a number of other key events from last season, including former Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's controversial departure from the Emirates.
Aubameyang was stripped of the club captaincy and dropped by Arteta following a disciplinary breach.
He would leave the club during the January transfer window, joining Barcelona on a free transfer.
Other events from last season that are likely to be covered include the continued fallout from the failed European Super League project and Bukayo Saka's return to the club after being racially abused following the Euro 2020 final.
The trailer has split opinion among supporters, with some fans excited for the release date and others less than impressed.
"August 4th. I’ll watch the documentary with plenty popcorn," wrote one fan on Twitter.
Another added: "This trailer is boss!"
But a third wrote: "Amazon trying to build up like there was a massive hero arc when in reality they bottled top 4."
Will you be watching All Or Nothing: Arsenal? Let us know.
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