Arsenal fans won’t have to wait much longer to get a behind-the-scenes look at the north London club, since Amazon’s All or Nothing documentary series is just around the corner.
Throughout the 2021–2022 season, cameras followed Arsenal as they missed a return to the Champions League as rival Tottenham Hotspur beat them to it.
Even though the documentary won’t be available to the general public until August 4, fans have already had a preview of what to expect thanks to the most recent trailer. Mirror Sport goes over the various good points and low points that could be included in the documentary.
Behind the scenes of signings
When we think back to this time last year, Arsenal were actively recruiting new players to the Emirates Stadium. A total of six new signings were finalized, costing about £150 million.
Aaron Ramsdale was one of those newcomers, who was hired after a drawn-out negotiation process with Sheffield United. Since then, he has cemented his position as the club’s primary goalkeeper.
Though the video gives viewers a helpful glimpse at how a transfer is handled from first interest to the eventual signing of the contracts, it also provides an insight into the arrival of the goalkeeper.
Arteta’s dressing room rant
While there was a lot of hope at the beginning of the 2021/22 season, it did not last very long because the Gunners had a horrible start to the season. After the first few games, Arsenal discovered themselves near the bottom of the Premier League standings.
While everything was going on, the Gunners occasionally found themselves in incredibly uneven form, which put Mikel Arteta under strain. The Spaniard was seen screaming at his team during a specific away game, “I’m upset!”
His lamentation will undoubtedly receive greater attention in the documentary, which is also likely to feature some additional violent dressing room scenes.
Aubameyang stripped of Arsenal captaincy
While the Gunners struggled with inconsistent play on the field, there were numerous intriguing storylines off the field. The friendship between Arteta and the captain at the time, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, was one of those that attracted attention.
The Gabonese forward had his starting position taken away because of a “disciplinary issue,” and as a result, he moved to Barcelona, a major Spanish club. The precise reasons for Arteta’s choice remain unknown at the time of publishing this report.
With the release of the documentary, that appears to be about to change. Arsenal supporters will undoubtedly be watching for the exchange in which Arteta explains why Aubameyang has lost the captaincy.
London Colney bust-up
There will inevitably be conflicts and ruffled feathers in a high-pressure setting like a Premier League football team. That appears to have been the situation at Arsenal the previous season.
Images made public by Amazon show members of the squad, including Takehiro Tomiyasu, Bernd Leno, Alexandre Lacazette, and Gabriel Martinelli, engaged in a brief fight. The players are being separated by head coach Arteta.
Arsenal Jurgen Klopp argument
Speaking of individuals going head-to-head, Gunners manager Arteta did the same thing throughout the season.
Arteta was upset with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp after a hard challenge from Sadio Mane on Tomiyasu during a Premier League match between the two sides.
Arms flailing and the Arsenal manager needing to be restrained by members of his coaching staff, the argument went on for a while. Eventually, the conflict was resolved, and referee Michael Oliver issued yellow cards to both Klopp and Arteta.
Supporters will get a closer look at what made Arteta angry with his opponent in the documentary.
Record FA Cup winners Arsenal had their most recent campaign ended in humiliating circumstances against Championship side Nottingham Forest, one of the low points of the season.
On a night that will go down in Arsenal mythology for all the wrong reasons, Lewis Grabban’s goal ended up being sufficient for the guests.
The most recent Amazon trailer displayed both Lacazette’s rage in the locker room as well as Nuno Tavares’ response to being replaced in the first half.
More information about the game and of course the aftermath should make for compelling viewing.