Some Tottenham fans are dreading what Amazon Prime Video’s behind the scenes documentary about the club’s season may be like, after the video streaming giant released a teaser of their upcoming original series, All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur.
A camera crew from Amazon have followed the Tottenham players and coaching staff around all season as part of the series and will continue to do so until the end of the campaign.
It was reported earlier this week that they had even captured the entire fall out between Hugo Lloris and Heung-min Son that continued in the dressing during the half-time break of Spurs’ clash against Everton on Monday (The Sun).
The series is set to come out later this summer and the teaser trailer released earlier today from Amazon Prime featured snippets from the club’s decision to part ways with Mauricio Pochettino and replace him with Jose Mourinho at the helm.
Some Spurs fans on social media were certainly not looking forward to reliving what has been a season to forget for the club.
Here’s how they reacted to the teaser:
So embarrassed by this.
— Kieran (@Kieran_N17) July 10, 2020
Great we get to relive the demise of our club all over again 🤦♂️
— Mike (@Motta_B) July 10, 2020
The only shining light of this is it will show to the world how inept our chairman and owners are. I’m so glad it’s not being edited and micro managed by Levy. Could be the beginning of the end .. or the final nail.. hopefully the latter. I can’t wait to see what happens.
— Louis Costa (@mrlouiscosta) July 10, 2020
— Days Since A Trophy (@_SpursTrophies) July 10, 2020
im still not over the fact amazon have been documenting our worst season for many years and are really about to publish it ffs 😣
tottenham hotspur football club everybody… https://t.co/SQLDrZBVyE
— esther (@thfcesther) July 10, 2020
Tottenham Hotspur : All or Nothing
— Jason (@ryantegan) July 10, 2020
All or nothing and we got nothing, Cheers https://t.co/6mjxTR32ks
— Jak (@Jakarber) July 10, 2020
— Kelly Honour (@kellyhonour) July 10, 2020
If I was an Ars*al fan I'd be stocking up on popcorn for a binge watch.
Should a real laugh for them. For me? More like watching my dog get repeatedly run over.
— Tim Parkes (@ShaolinMunkeh) July 10, 2020
Dunno about anyone else, but I want this to be an absolute embarrassment of a show. Image is everything to DL and that might just force him to change things up, if that be transfer policy or even the manager. The worse it looks the better it'll be. COYS
— The Pistol from Bristol (@pistolpete303) July 10, 2020
Spurs Web Opinion
It goes without saying that we picked the worst possible season to document given that this could well be the first time in eleven years that we finish outside the top six.
I suspect Amazon will be extremely happy with their choice to film Spurs given the amount of drama we have had this season. Despite the disappointing season we have had, I am still very excited to see how things unfolded behind the scenes.
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