Tottenham’s Amazon documentary will be released as planned this summer irrespective of whether the season has been completed, or if it becomes voided altogether, according to a report in the Daily Mail.
The eight-part All or Nothing docuseries will give viewers unprecedented behind-the-scenes access throughout the campaign including the day-to-day workings of the football club.
We are likely to get a unique insight into how Jose Mourinho and the Spurs stars went about their work with the camera crew filming at the Hotspur Way training facility and travelling with the squad on match day.
The Daily Mail have revealed that the production team are confident that they already have enough material for the eight episodes which are scheduled to be released at the end of July.
Amazon’s crew are said to have continued to film at Tottenham’s training ground until they were locked down by the government earlier this week.
The only question that reportedly remains is whether the final episode concludes with the season being suspended or if action resumes in time for Amazon to film more content.
Spurs Web Opinion
It has to be the most Spursy thing ever for the series to potentially end with so many key players being out injured and the season itself eventually being called off. At least it will give us great insight into how Jose Mourinho goes about his work. Hopefully, some of his critics’ will change their opinion of the Spurs head coach after watching the challenges he had to encounter.
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