Tottenham's All or Nothing Amazon documentary will make for blockbuster viewing


Tottenham Hotspur have endured one of the craziest seasons in living memory.

It spoke volumes that football fans weren't even really surprised when Heung-min Son and Hugo Llories proceeded to have a bust-up on the pitch during the 1-0 win over Everton on Monday.

Sure, it's always strange to see teammates scrapping it out in front of the television cameras, but it seemed to fit in perfectly with the anarchic and chaotic narrative at Tottenham in 2019/20.

However, what makes these unexpected and off-the-wall incidents all the more entertaining is the fact we'll be able to relive them in greater detail than ever because of the Spurs documentary.

Amazon cameras have been given unrivalled access to the north London club ahead of their 'All or Nothing' programme, which will air this summer after the success of the Manchester City version.

Chaos at Tottenham

As a result, you can guarantee that Twitter will flood with people getting more and more hyped about the release of the documentary when anything chaotic happens at Tottenham this season.

And now, of course, we could have the joy of seeing what happened between Son and Lloris in the dressing room at half-time as well as how 'beautiful' Jose Mourinho really found the episode.


Best bits for the documentary

But let's face it, that's just the tip of the iceberg, so kindly enjoy our quick list of the crazy moments, games and changes you can expect to see from Amazon's all-exposing documentary:

- Exiting the League Cup on penalties against League Two Colchester United

- Losing 7-2 at home to Bayern Munich in the Champions League

- Mauricio Pochettino's sacking caught ON CAMERA, according to The Sun report

- Mourinho dramatically being appointed 


- Losing on penalties against bottom-of-the-table Norwich City in the FA Cup 

- Mourinho's alleged beef with Tanguy Ndombele

- Eric Dier literally running into the stands to confront Tottenham fan

- Son and Lloris having an on-pitch argument during Everton win 


Blockbuster television

Oh baby, just imagine how good it's going to be.

The fact Pochettino being sacked and replaced by Mourinho in the space of 24 hours is only the tip of the iceberg tells you everything about how crazy and entertaining the programme is going to be.

That, and the fact Mourinho reportedly almost wore a microphone on the touchline during his first Spurs game indicates the the 'Special One' will be on top form for the watching world to see. 


And with a north London derby and scramble for the Champions League places still to come, you just know the documentary's roster is only going to get more and exciting. Bring it on.

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