Thierry Henry, a former Arsenal player, has teased details about the Amazon documentary All or Nothing, but has warned that it may be “too much” for some of the players. The Gunners are the latest in a long line of teams to have the tell-all series follow them for an entire season, with filming for the 2021/22 campaign currently underway. In 2018, Manchester City became the first football club to be featured on the show, followed by Tottenham Hotspur, Bayern Munich, and Juventus. Now it’s the turn of the red side of north London, which Henry believes will be a fantastic spectacle for fans. Thierry Henry is concerned about the impact of All or Nothing on Arsenal’s squad
When asked about the upcoming documentary at Prime Video Presents Sport 2021, the Frenchman said: “For the fans, it’s amazing to see what goes on behind closed doors..”
“It may be too much for some players, but I believe it is beneficial for people on the outside to have an understanding.” “Thank God they didn’t have that when I was playing… it would’ve been a lot of fun.”
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The Gunners had a tough start to the season, including a 5-0 thrashing at Manchester City (Image: GETTY)
Arsenal announced their participation in the series in July, giving Amazon access to the Emirates and their training facility. Fans can expect to see the finished product in late 2022, though Gunners fans may have wished they didn’t have to wait that long after their poor start to the season.
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In eаrly 2022, All or Nothing will be releаsed worldwide exclusively on Prime Video.
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