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Newcastle United in line to feature in Amazon’s All or Nothing documentary series

Marcus Chan

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Newcastle United in line to feature in Amazon’s All or Nothing documentary series

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Newcastle United could become the next Premier League club to star in Amazon Prime’s All or Nothing documentary series. 

According to The Daily Mail, Amazon are looking to tempt Newcastle into allowing their cameras to follow them for the 23/24 season. 

If the deal goes ahead, the series will be available to view in the summer of 2024, and will give fans an insight into the new era of the North East club after the Saudi led takeover. 

The streaming giants will have their work cut out if they are to convince club officials to give them access, it is believed that Newcastle have already rejected a number of offers from other production companies. 

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Image Credit: Alamy

However, Newcastle could be interested in working with Amazon if a suitable offer comes in, as the platform Amazon have would give the club a huge boost commercially as they look to expand as a global brand. 

Manchester City were the first Premier League club to feature in the documentary series, Tottenham Hotspur followed and most recently, it was the turn of Arsenal

Amazon were given all access to the club’s 21/22 campaign, with episodes one to six now available to stream on Amazon Prime Video. 

Arsenal’s Brazilian defender Gabriel Magalhaes spoke about the documentary series and believes that the show gave an accurate representation of life as a Gunner. 

He told Sky Sports: “I’ve seen it. It's good for showing the reality of what is actually going on in the dressing room in the day-to-day.

“People can understand things a little more and see how different it is from what they might imagine. As players, of course, we always play to win.

“But sometimes we lose games and there are difficult moments. Things happen. I think the documentary does a good job of showing the reality of what goes on.”

Meanwhile, Newcastle have had a busy summer so far. They have splashed the cash on the likes of Matt Targett, Nick Pope and Sven Botman as manager Eddie Howe looks to continue the fine form his side showed in the back end of last season. 

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Image Credit: Alamy

The expectations on Newcastle are much higher this season after the players they have managed to snap up. Many fans are expecting a top half finish as the bare minimum, with some hoping that the team can challenge for a place in European football. 

Next up for Howe and his men is a trip to the Amex stadium as they face Graham Potter’s Brighton side who are in high spirits after beating Manchester United last weekend. 

Topics: Newcastle United, Premier League

Marcus Chan
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