Spurs fans have been reacting to the news that the All or Nothing documentary is set to be broadcast at the end of July.
According to the Daily Mail (via Daily Hotspur), the documentary’s release is set to go ahead as planned despite the current Premier League suspension. The report suggests that Amazon feel they already have enough footage for the documentary, even though it is still up in the air as to when, or even if, the Premier League will finish this season.
The documentary already captured Mauricio Pochettino’s sacking in November last year, as well as having footage from when Eric Dier climbed into the stands following the FA Cup penalty defeat against Norwich earlier this month.
Reaction from Spurs fans to the news on the documentary can be seen in the tweets below.
— Neil Smith (@smithie8) March 27, 2020
Yeah put me on the list that doesn’t want to watch this at all. I have no desire to relive this season. Nightmare.
— Underscore (@CorchIrvinMeyer) March 27, 2020
Public laughingstock here we come.
— ParkLane (@ParkLan73862488) March 27, 2020
— GLEN.E (@gleneEboy) March 27, 2020
— Cos1882 (@CNK82) March 27, 2020
— SimonIslin (@SimonIslin) March 27, 2020
These Spurs fans clearly aren’t looking forward to the documentary being released.
Will you be watching the documentary?
What do we think?
It seems strange that Amazon are still willing to release the documentary without knowing if the season will even finish at this point, especially as Spurs could theoretically still turn things around and finish in the top four, which would surely shift the whole mood of the documentary.