On Sunday at 12:00am, the First three episodes of All or Nothing Tottenham Hotspur was released on Amazon Prime Video. After watching the first episode yesterday I thought I would write a review and give you some of the key moments from the documentary focused on Tottenham Hotspur. 

The Episode starts off by talking to Daniel Levy about the New Stadium that is a multi purpose sports arena. It shows parts of when the NFL London games took place at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Levy also highlights the criticism he receives about not caring about the club and not investing in the club. He defends this by stating his commitment towards Tottenham Hotspur. 

It then moves onto Mauricio Pochettino and the amazing semi final win vs Ajax in the Champions League. It then moves on to the Final where Spurs lost 2-0 to Liverpool and it shows highlights of the emotion on the players faces. It then swiftly moves on to the start of the 19-20 season and shows the poor start by the Spurs team. 

After drawing 1-1 to newly promoted Sheffield Utd and sitting in 14th place, Mauricio Pochettino was sacked as Tottenham manager. We see Daniel Levy who explains why he sacked Poch and he said “It was a decision that he did not take lightly.” Daniel Levy then appoints Jose Mourinho as the new manager of Tottenham Hotspur. 

The last part of the Episode, Jose Mourinho is introduced to the club and his new players. He has his first training session and has a team meeting with the team and talks about previous mistakes made by the players in the games leading up to Poch’s sacking. After the player meeting we can see the preparation for Mourinho’s first game in charge vs London rivals, West Ham. The end of Ep1 is Kane motivating the layers before they take to the pitch. 

I hope you enjoyed this review, just a quick one today hopefully the other reviews can be even better!

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