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Amazon Prime Video have dropped a First Look trailer for the upcoming original series, All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur.
After the success of the documentary chronicling Manchester City's 'Centurions' campaign in 2017/18, the video streaming giant will give viewers unprecedented behind-the-scenes access in what has been a topsy-turvy 2019/20 season for Spurs.
The 41 second sneak-peak trailer gives a glimpse of what we can expect in the multi-part series, starting with the sacking of Mauricio Pochettino and the moment Jose Mourinho walked into the managerial hot-seat as his replacement at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The clip appears to show the reaction of Spurs players as they find out about their swift managerial change at the club and already we're desperate for the series to drop.
The City documentary offered a unique insight into Pep Guardiola's day-to-day workings but the only real drama we saw was the Champions League quarter final defeat at the hands of Liverpool.
This time around, given the sheer amount of talking points from Spurs this term, it promises to be absolute box office.
The dismissal of Pochettino and the appointment of Mourinho aside, we have the 7-2 Champions League hammering at the hands of Serge Gnabry and Bayern Munich, as well as domestic cup defeats to Norwich City and Colchester United.
Then there's Eric Dier jumping into the stands to have an altercation with a fan who was giving abuse to his younger brother, and more recently, Heung-Min Son and Hugo Lloris nearly coming to blows in the 2-0 win over West Ham United.
Eric Dier was involved in an altercation with a fan after Tottenham's defeat to Norwich.- SPORTbible (@sportbible) March 5, 2020
Jose Mourinho said Dier was being "insulted".
He added: "The family was there, the younger brother was not happy with the situation."
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Spurs Amazon documentary really is going to be something else this year isn't it.pic.twitter.com/IT2ZHohEqN- H:soccer: (@hasnaingulzar7) July 6, 2020
The series will launch later this year, though an exact date is yet to be given.
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