arsenal Fan Piers Morgan is embarrassed by the Gunners’ all-or-nothing documentary and fears it will be a “creepy horror story”.
All or Nothing: Arsenal, produced by Amazon, is a newly released documentary filming for the 2021-22 season. It chronicled the club’s training sessions, dressing-room conversations, their biggest wins and embarrassing defeats, bringing fans to the top of the north London side.
Morgan, who has always been soft on the Gunners, was not looking forward to watching the documentary because the trailer left him so frustrated.
when. . .when sun Ask Morgan to name his “most embarrassing moment,” and he immediately turns to the “all or nothing” documentary, saying:
“Judging by the trailer, every second of Amazon’s upcoming all-or-nothing series about Arsenal will be a terrifying horror story.”
BBC thinks Mikel Arteta Seen as a cheap Guardiola knockoff in the documentary series.But he looks forward to learning more Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang legend. The Gabon striker has mutually terminated his contract and joined Barcelona in January.
“Arteta comes across as a weirder and more bossy Pep-lite rookie headmaster than I fear him, and knows how badly the season ends, and honestly I’d rather see someone put a rusty nail in In my flesh, I don’t want to relive it all.
“But I hope we’ll finally see what happened to Aubameyang, which might justify Arteta’s handing him over to Barcelona (and keep the goalless, goalless goalscorer who has been scoreless in the league since mid-December). Allergic Alexandre Lacazette). Spoiler alert: it won’t justify it.”
All or nothing: Arsenal can lead fans through heartbreaking end
The first three episodes of All or Nothing: Arsenal hit theaters on August 4, capturing all the big club-related moments of the 2021-22 season. The end of the documentary may have fans going through the pain of missing out on the top four in the most harrowing way possible.
The fourth-placed north Londoners have dominated the final three games of the season. However, consecutive losses to Tottenham and Newcastle United gave Spurs the lead and finished fourth.
It’s been a harrowing time for Gooners around the world, and this documentary will allow them to relive it all again when the final episode airs later in August.