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Arsenal All Or Nothing Documentary … Here is all you need to know

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The Arsenal All Or Nothing Documentary premiers today, August 4, 2022, with the first episodes 1 to 3 set to be released today by Amazon. Arsenal fans and football lovers around the globe will be hoping to have a good dose of Arsenal darkrooms and behind-the-scene events.

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Arsenal All Or Nothing Documentay

Beyond the drama, suspense, and intrigues from 90 minutes of regular football, football fans deserve a good dose of information and developments about their team. The passion lives where there is a sense of personal attachment and closeness to the team. Following in the footsteps of football teams such as Manchester City, Brazil, Juventus, and Tottenham, the Gunners take their behind-the-scenes events at the Emirates to the world today in a series of videos scheduled to be released later.

Arsenal All Or Nothing Documentary: Mikel Arteta at the center of the spotlight

Trailed comfortably with the prying eyes of Amazon Cameras, Mikel Arteta is the main protagonist in the Arsenal Or Nothing Documentary. Clips and footage of the documentary have placed Arteta at the center of the story.

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The Spaniard sparked reactions when footage of the clip was released days ago. In the clip, he was spotted addressing a room of Arsenal players, silently giving rap attention to a tutor-like Arteta with his chalkboard.

The Spaniard veered off the track, propelled by emotions to reveal startling details about his personal life. Arteta linked his story to the Arsenal when he narrated how he suffered from heart disease and was saved when he could finally have access to a surgeon.

Arteta told the players it is only those who keep going that win. He delved into his state of mind when the Gunners lost three opening fixtures of the 2021-2022 Premier League without scoring a single goal but conceding nine.

“There are high-performance teams. And these high-performance teams in many industries have in common that they get results,โ€ Arteta said.

โ€œI was born with a big heart disease when I was given birth to. And for two years, they had to try to save my life for two years until the first opportunity to have open surgery in Spain,โ€ he continued

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The Gunners lost all their three opening Premier League matches, leaving the Spaniard frustrated and emotionally weak. Arteta mentioned particularly the defeat by Manchester City, revealing that it left him devastated and weak.

Arsenal All Or Nothing: A Story of Arsenal’s 2021-2022 Premier League Journey

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Arsenal All Or Nothing Documents Gunners incredible Journey with Mikel Arteta

The Gunners had an uneasy and a dramatic ride in their 2021-2022 Premier League campaign. The documentary captures major highlights of the journey; the near hopeless situation beginning with a very poor performance; the gradual improvement. In the team under the watch of Mikel Arteta; his face-off with former choice striker Aubamenyang; the dressing room dramas; hopes of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League; the dramatic crash after falling in shambles to Tottenham. All these are packed into the documentary which premiers today.

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Arsenal All Or Nothing: Sponsors And Where To Watch

Amazon is the official sponsor of the Arsenal All Or Nothing documentary. The gadgets and personnel, including every other resource mobilized for the documentary, are sponsored by the global commercial agency. The Gunners will earn a whooping ยฃ10m paid by Amazon for granting access and choosing to take part in the documentary. The first series premiere comes up on Thursday, August 4, 2022. You can watch clips of the documentary on Arsenal’s social media handles and website. Full details and coverage is available on Amazon Prime Video

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