The wait is almost over for Arsenal’s All or Nothing series on Amazon, and fans have been treated to a preview of what’s to come.
The documentary team has followed the Gunners throughout the 2021/22 season and it promises to be a great watch.
From August 4, fans will get a glimpse of the project from manager Mikel Arteta, who has previously said it was not his decision to allow cameras to follow him and his players.
“It’s a decision made by the club and it’s in the best possible interests of the football club. We have to help as much as possible,” he said in August 2021.
“We will help as much as possible, so everyone sees what this club means and how things are going at the football club, be as transparent as possible to show the values, integrity, passions and where we try to lead this football club.
“I hope it’s a perfect year to show it. We have to make it happen. It’s up to us to try to produce the best track possible, so that everyone can feel that he is part of what we do and that our fans can be proud of what we do.
The documentary will cover their battle to finish in the top four, which had a sad ending as they missed out on the Champions League places against north London rivals Tottenham.
One of the key scenes in the documentary could show the falling out between Arteta and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
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Prior to his departure for Barcelona, Aubameyang was guilty of disciplinary misconduct before being relieved of his captaincy in December 2021.
In the trailer, Arteta can be heard shouting ‘we’re bottom of the league, zero points and zero goals’.
A fan also thinks Arteta “needs to go”, with goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale revealing his early-season frustrations in the dressing room.
Since the release of the trailer, the release dates for the series can be viewed below.
Arsenal All or Nothing Series – episode dates
Thursday, August 4 – Episodes 1 to 3
Thursday August 11 – Episodes 4 – 6
Thursday August 18 – Episodes 7 – 8
It will be an entertaining watch, that’s for sure.
All or Nothing: Arsenal will be available to stream on Amazon Prime Video from August 4. You can buy an Amazon Prime subscription for £7.99 per month or an Amazon Prime Video subscription for £5.99 per month.
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