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“All or Nothing” Tottenham documentary to debut on Amazon Prime August 31

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Clear your calendar at the end of the month.

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It’s been a long time coming, but we finally have a date — and a final trailer — for the upcoming Tottenham Hotspur documentary on Amazon Prime Video. “All or Nothing,” the story of Tottenham’s 2019-20 season with all the ups and (mostly) downs, will be released to the public on August 31.

There’s also a new trailer, the longest we’ve seen yet at about 3 minutes in length. The trailer was originally released on Thursday and then pulled (but not before it ended up on Twitter), but is now back on YouTube and posted on Tottenham’s website as well. Here it is below.

I don’t know about anyone else, but while the season was going on I was not at all looking forward to this being released. But watching this trailer and having the benefit of this season being in the rear view mirror for a couple of weeks now... well, I’m pretty stupid excited to watch this.

Based on this trailer, I know we’re going to get a lot of behind the scenes stuff that we’re just not normally privy to, and I suspect that Jose Mourinho is going to end up looking pretty good when all’s said and done. There’s no value judgement in that statement — I may not like the man, but I’m guessing that he’ll be depicted as a complicated and complex person who, like anyone else, has good and bad traits but who cares about his team. And that’s fine with me.

However, I’m most excited to see the lighthearted stuff, like the bit about knocking the coffee on Jose’s shoes. There’s gonna be a fair amount of that kind of stuff to break up all the moments where we’re reliving the worst moments of the season. That’s gonna be fun.

So clear your calendars on August 31 and let’s get ready for All or Nothing.