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Man City documentary on Netflix will not mention two things

Man City documentary on Netflix will not mention two things

Manchester City's new Netflix documentary covers their treble triumph, but there are two big omissions.

Manchester City's new Netflix documentary has two glaring omissions following its release.

The six-part series, titled 'Together: Treble winners', is now live on the streaming service after they bought the exclusive rights.

Produced by City's production hub, it provides an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look at the incredible treble triumph from Pep Guardiola's side.

All six episodes are live, with team talks, training sessions, interviews and much more all featured as viewers are brought closer to the action than ever before.

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However, there are two things which are not included in the documentary, which you can watch with a 30-day free trial of Sky and Netflix.

There is no real reference to the 115 charges City are accused of by the Premier League and the pending legal battle between the two parties - only a repeat of the same statement issued and the use of a Guardiola press conference clip where he said he was not going anywhere.

Similarly, another key talking point does not got a mentioned. Joao Cancelo left halfway through the season to join Bayern Munich on loan after being unhappy with his gametime.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

The deadline day departure came as a real shock and the Portugal international ended up playing against City in the Champions League.

Yet his departure is not covered in the programme. A piece from BBC on the documentary says: "Anyone hoping for intrigue, though, may be disappointed. "There is no mention, for instance, of the 115 financial charges brought against the club last February, nor Joao Cancelo's contentious exit from the squad last January to join Bayern Munich on loan.

"Instead, the series - shot by City's in-house media team - focuses on bringing out the playful personalities within the squad."

As aforementioned though, there are plenty of fiery, motivational team talks and we see how loud a voice Erling Haaland was at half-time of the Champions League final in Istanbul.

Featured Image Credit: Getty & Netflix

Topics: Manchester City, Premier League, Pep Guardiola