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Arsenal's 'All Or Nothing' Series Bio Edited In Brutal Trolling

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Arsenal's 'All Or Nothing' Series Bio Edited In Brutal Trolling

The description page for Arsenal's upcoming All or Nothing documentary series was edited in a brutal troll, that changed the series to a comedy.

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It's not exactly been the ideal start to the season for Arsenal. Heading into the international break Mikel Arteta's side are rock bottom of the Premier League after three games, and haven't scored a goal, after an embarrassing defeat to Manchester City.

The Gunners have played title contenders Chelsea and City in their past two games but also lost to newly promoted Brentford on the opening day.

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To make matters worse for Arteta, cameras are currently following the team for a behind the scenes documentary to be screened on Amazon Prime sometime next year.

With rivals fans laughing at the Gunners, it's no surprise someone changed the documentaries description on IMDB to 'comedy,' and wrote, "In Amazon's third installment of "All or Nothing," we uncover the pathetic downfall of North London's 2nd biggest club. No European football, no faith, just vibes," before it was later changed back.

The IMDB description, Image: IMDB/Twitter
The IMDB description, Image: IMDB/Twitter

It's not just the club as a whole who were under attack from the person editing stuff, with two of Arsenal's players having their descriptions tampered with.

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The players are in the 'cast' section on the website and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was described as a 'washed-up striker' and new signing Aaron Ramsdale described as 'gonna relegate Arsenal.'

Premier League champions City were the first English football club to get an 'All or Nothing' series, with NFL sides and New Zealand rugby having previously been followed for the streaming service.

The season wasn't exactly full of the drama Arsenal's series could give viewers, as Pep Guardiola's side broke the 100 point mark and became champions.

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Next up for Amazon was Arsenal's local rivals Tottenham Hotspur, who sacked Mauricio Pochettino and replaced him with Jose Mourinho early in their campaign for the series.

The Gunners' results won't be the only thing to look out for in the early part of the series, with the club seemingly falling apart from the inside out.

On Monday Ainsley Maitland-Niles took to social media to say he wanted out of the club, after they rejected a move for him from Everton, and on Tuesday he was told he wouldn't be part of the first team.

Featured Image Credit: Amazon Prime/PA

Topics: Football, Premier League, Arsenal

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