Spurs' Amazon Documentary Series Is Going To Be Next Level
Football fans are excited about Spurs sacking Mauricio Pochettino and appointing Jose Mourinho for one big reason, Amazon Prime cameras are currently following the club for a behind the scenes documentary.
In recent seasons Manchester City and Sunderland are amongst the clubs to have had cameras closely following their seasons, with the latter on Netflix, and Spurs series is due to air late next year after this season is over.
Fans will now be considering skipping ahead a couple of episodes after the last 12 hours saw Pochettino sacked and replaced by Mourinho.
Exciting appointment of the new Spurs manager by Amazon Prime. #AllOrNothing- boydhilton (@boydhilton) November 20, 2019
We will finally win a trophy... coz that amazon doc gota be up for BAFTA's, Oscars, the lot- DANNY THFC (@DannySpurs1882) November 19, 2019
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Every football fan remembering there's an Amazon Prime documentary at the end of the season: pic.twitter.com/HgKbL6BlsS
Can we all just agree; *that* episode of the Spurs Amazon Prime series will get about 3 billion viewers in the overnight ratings.- James Kirkham (@spoonybear) November 20, 2019
Pochettino's son at training tomorrow when the Amazon cameras are on him pic.twitter.com/2dQat86Wjj- Spurs News Forum (@SpursNewsForum) November 19, 2019
Spurs being lined up for an all or nothing documentary with Amazon and now appointing mourinho. They've done this to make the programme more appealing. Poch would have spent episodes taking about his potato collection. Mourinho is guaranteed box office.- DAN DAN DAN DAN DAN DAN DAN (@dankthemanc) November 20, 2019
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Poch out and Mourinho in. I know a lot of Spurs fans who adore Poch, so it's an interest move by Levy to replace him with one of the most polarising managers in the game. One thing is for sure though - that Amazon documentary is going to be great! #THFC- Ryan Evans (@RyanEvans87) November 20, 2019
Couldn't have cared less about that Man City all or nothing doc on amazon prime but this seasons they are filming Spurs season and I CANNOT wait for this mad episode.- Dean Brown (@Br0wni3UK) November 20, 2019
The Amazon TV people are getting their moneys worth.- SpursNews (@SpursNews1961) November 20, 2019
14th in the league- Danny Monty (@DannyMonty1) November 19, 2019
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I CAN NOT WAIT for the amazon prime series following @SpursOfficial this season :joy::joy::joy: ... and yes there is an actual series happening #Pochettino #Spurs
Speaking last month Pochettino revealed that he wasn't sure about the Amazon documentary, saying, "When the club agreed the deal with Amazon, of course we were worried about it. Because it is not easy, not easy.
"It is tough to have the camera in your office, and then how you handle the situation to have the capacity to say: 'OK, I am not in a good mood, but sometimes the camera is going to be there.' It is so complicated, it is another thing to worry about and of course that adds a lot.
"If we were busy, now we are super busy. To plan every day, everything, is not an easy job. That is why, when I told you I feel that I am not any more a manager, I am a coach, now I am like a producer. Being coach, manager and producer."
Whenever Amazon drop this series next year we'll all be skipping to episode three to watch the madness unfold, it's going to be great!
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