Full All or Nothing trailer on Arsenal released by Amazon Prime

Training ground fights, Mikel Arteta’s dressing room rage – and how Aubameyang’s stripping of the captaincy shocked the squad: Arsenal Amazon trailer teases incredible insight into Gunners’ rollercoaster season

  • The full trailer for the new All or Nothing: Arsenal docu-series has been released
  • Clip provides fans with an incredible behind-the-scenes look at Arsenal’s season
  • Video provides moments of training ground fights and Arteta’s rage at players
  • Fans also get a glimpse of how Aubameyang was stripped of the captaincy

Amazon Prime have released a new explosive trailer for Arsenal’s All or Nothing docu-series, giving fans an incredible insight into the Gunners’ rollercoaster campaign last season.

Following the success of similar series focusing on Manchester City and Tottenham, it is Arsenal’s turn next, and Amazon have been given the chance to capture on camera just went on behind the curtain during the 2021-22 campaign.

Fans of the series were treated to a 24-second teaser trailer at the end of June, but Amazon have now published an official trailer for the eight-episode series, showing training ground bust-ups between players as well as showing Mikel Arteta’s fiery temper.

Arsenal’s All or Nothing series will be available to watch on August 4, after success at Manchester City and rivals Tottenham

The beginning of the trailer shows the Spanish boss explaining his methods and values and how they are ‘non-negotiable’.

But as the trailer just gets going, Arsenal’s early season form struggles to get going, after they lost their first three Premier League games on the bounce, leaving them rooted to the bottom of the table.

After being described as ‘intense’ by Rob Holding, Arteta is seen in the dressing room shouting at his players saying that ‘when I lose a duel, I get upset’.

Arteta can be seen losing his temper multiple times in the new trailer released by Amazon

Training ground bust-ups between players is also captured on camera in the new series

Fans will also be given a glimpse into what goes on behind the scenes at the club’s high and low moments from throughout the 2021-22 campaign

He can then be screaming more instructions at his players following another drab display. ‘When you lose the ball, you run!’ an irate Arteta says.

One of the other key events from Arsenal’s season covered in the new trailer was how Arteta stripped Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of the club captaincy.

Arteta shocked his squad by announcing that ‘the club have decided that he is no longer our captain’ in what will prove to be one of the most highly-anticipated moments of the series.

One of the key events seen in the trailer was Aubameyang being stripped of the armband

The mood continues to plummet, with one fan interviewed outside the Emirates labelling the current squad as the ‘worst Arsenal team I’ve ever seen in my life’ shortly after Nuno Tavares was brutally subbed off after just 34 minutes in the humiliating FA Cup defeat by Nottingham Forest.

Another moment of temperatures reaching boiling point comes with an fight in training, appearing to have been between right-back Cedric and former Gunners forward Alexandre Lacazette. 

It will likely prove to be a tough watch for the fanbase after their side missed out on Champions League football, despite them looking on course to finish in fourth spot. 

But while there are many negatives, the trailer gives fans an insight into how Arsenal are a club heading in the right direction, following their up-turn in form towards the end of the season.

Arteta’s explosive outbursts feature throughout the two-minute trailer released on Tuesday

Rob Holding labelled Arsenal boss Arteta as ‘intense’ during the behind-the-scenes look

‘They have to feel that we trust them,’ says Arteta. ‘We have confidence in them, and whatever happens, we’re going to defend them.’

Arsenal’s good run of form towards the end of the season that saw them hunt down a top four spot was also captured by the Amazon cameras, with another fan claiming that fans are ‘falling in love with the club again’.

The first three episodes of the fly-on-the-wall documentary will be released on August 4. The next three will be released the following week while the final two will come out on August 18.




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