Arsenal: First explosive trailer for All Or Nothing documentary released by Amazon Prime
It’s Gunner, be explosive! First trailer for Arsenal’s highly anticipated All Or Nothing documentary has been released by Amazon Prime, with Aaron Ramsdale filmed seething in the locker room after the horror start to the season
- Arsenal’s highly anticipated All Or Nothing Documentary Releases August 4
- The first trailer for the fly-on-the-wall series has been released on Twitter today
- Footage of a furious Aaron Ramsdale and rebellious Mikel Arteta made the cut
- The show is also expected to focus on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s icy exit
The first trailer for Arsenal’s explosive ‘All Or Nothing’ documentary has been released, giving supporters a quick look at the behind-the-scenes drama.
Following the success of similar series targeting Manchester City and Tottenham, it is now Arsenal’s turn, with their 2021-22 rollercoaster campaign captured on camera.
Things will likely be tough for the fan base after their side miss out on Champions League football, despite being on their way to finishing in fourth place.
The First Trailer of Arsenal’s All Or Nothing Documentary Has Been Released On Amazon Prime
The fly-on-the-wall documentary will be released on August 4.
Judging by the first teaser, which focuses on the club’s scoreless start to the season, many of the episodes will focus heavily on Mikel Arteta and his decisions.
Boss Arteta came under fire after Arsenal were beaten by Brentford, Chelsea and Manchester City in their first three league games before their form recovered.
An enraged Aaron Ramsdale was caught throwing an object in the locker room
In the beginning of the trailer, he stands lonely on the sidelines, with audio of him telling his players they are at the bottom of the rankings.
“Zero goals, zero points,” he adds.
Fans then criticize their “relegation form,” before Aaron Ramsdale calls a performance “shameful” and throws an object into the locker room.
However, after the bleak start, Arteta is then filmed giving a rallying cry to his team, with a picture showing a pack of wolves and the Arsenal flag on the screen.
The series can be seen from August 4, after success with Manchester City and Spurs
Jubilant scenes of celebration during a roller coaster campaign have also put the finishing touches
The series is also expected to cover a number of other key events, including the departure of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after the captain lost his captaincy.
He left during the winter period and went to Barcelona for free, and the severing of the relationship between the player and the club is likely to make for fascinating viewing experiences.
Arteta previously revealed that it was not his decision to let the shooting go ahead.
“That is a decision of the club and in the interest of the football club. We have to help as much as possible,” he said in August 2021.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s icy departure from the club will likely be heavily focused on
“We are going to help as much as possible so that everyone can see 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 are trying to go. this club.
“Hopefully it’s a perfect year to show that. We have to make it happen.
“It’s up to us to try and produce the best piece we can so that everyone can feel a part of what we’re doing and our fans can be proud of what we’re doing.”