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Tottenham's 'All Or Nothing' Amazon Documentary Is Going To Be Box Office Entertainment

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Tottenham's 'All Or Nothing' Amazon Documentary Is Going To Be Box Office Entertainment

Tottenham's 'All or Nothing' Amazon documentary is set to hit our screens this summer, with fans being able to follow the club's topsy-turvy journey during the 2019/20 season.

The multi-part series will give viewers unprecedented behind-the-scenes access as well as a unique insight into the day-to-day workings of the football club but for many, the ultimate downfall of their fortunes in recent months will be must-watch entertainment.


For starters, last night's incident involving teammates Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min will almost certainly feature in the documentary series. The pair almost came to blows in the first-half of their clash against Everton, when the French goalkeeper was angry at the 27-year-old's lack of effort when closing down Yerry Mina.


Jose Mourinho's shock appointment after Mauricio Pochettino was sacked from his role at the club will also be blockbuster viewing, not to mention the embarrassing 7-2 defeat in the Champions League to Bayern Munich at the start of October, where ex-Arsenal forward Serge Gnabry ruthlessly punished the Premier League side in the second half when he scored an incredible four times.


An early exit from the FA Cup to Premier League strugglers Norwich City will add another level of excitement after Mourinho's decision to pick third choice goalkeeper Michel Vorm backfired as the Dutchman made a mistake in the second half to allow the Canaries to equalise.


And of course, Spurs' League Cup exit to Colchester after losing on penalties against the League Two side will feature.

Oh, and we can't forget Eric Dier being involved in an altercation with a fan after Tottenham's defeat to Norwich in March.

Earlier in the campaign, Pochettino admitted he wasn't happy with the Amazon cameras.


"When the club agreed the deal with Amazon, of course we were worried about it. Because it is not easy, not easy." he said.

"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."

Well it's too late now, lads. The documentary is set to drop in the second half of 2020.

Topics: Spurs, Football News, Football, Documentary

Jack Kenmare
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