Lucas Moura admits why he felt awkward during early states of All or Nothing series

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Dom Le Roy

Lucas Moura has been sharing his thoughts about the Amazon docuseries All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur with French news outlet Le Parisien.

Amazon Prime Video’s fly-on-the-wall documentary followed Tottenham throughout the 2019/20 season which went behind the scenes at the North London club and captured Mauricio Pochettino’s exit along with the arrival of Jose Mourinho.

With cameras recording every aspect of the club from the Hotspur Way training base to inside the dressing room at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Moura has admitted that it was initially difficult to adapt to the set up and was slightly guarded.

However, the Brazilian claimed that he soon became comfortable with the surroundings and insists that the person which viewers get to see within the series is the person who he really is.

Moura was pleased with the end result of the nine-part series which gave viewers an insight into the day to day workings at the club, both on and off the field.

What did you think of the first few episodes on the series about Tottenham?

He said: I am very, very happy with the result. The series was magnificent, very interesting for the public and the fans. Often, they don’t know what happens in a club, internally, each day in training, in the dressing room. This facet was interesting for the fans. It is really very good work.

Was it not a bit difficult to permanently have cameras around?

He said: The first few days, the first week, it was difficult. There were a lot of cameras, microphones… You keep your guard up a bit, calmly, you don’t want to talk too much. But quickly you forget all about that. After the first week, I was able to be more relaxed.

Which Lucas do we see in the documentary?

He said: The one who I am on a daily basis! Always happy, with the smile, making jokes. I always give my best on the pitch to win. I am a true competitor, I want to constantly win. That is also why you see in an episode that I am arguing with Serge. But that is part of football. I really think that fans see me for who I am.

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