All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur - Amazon Prime (Spoilers)

Fat_Dragon

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For anyone that watches this series, the first 3 episodes are now available to watch on Prime Video with new episodes released weekly. I enjoyed watching this series following Man City, Brazilian National Team and also enjoyed the New Zealand All Blacks series which was a surprise to me.

I'm expecting Dele Ali to throw a few tantrums in the dressing room.


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buffaloboro

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I watched the all blacks one, how honest do you think this one is? Going to be hard to beat the Sunderland one
 

Borobarmy

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Just watched first episode and loved it . Love Jose’s “man” on the end of every sentence and Harry Kane just not built for swearing .
 

Block21

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Just watched the first 3. Fantastic viewing that was. Can’t wait to watch the rest. Mourinho is box office and Kane comes across as a real leader
 

zorro_mfc

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We could feature as well don’t forget as it was the first ever fa cup game at their new stadium

yep looking forward to this one, the nfl and college football ones are good as well.

I’m happy with the sunlun one as long as the ending stays the same.

btw that cabbie was taken to argentina by the film crew to watch games over there so it could be a spinoff series.

nothing beats hard knocks though.
 

Marvanelli

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Can't wait to watch this.

Some of the clips I've seen already showing how Jose genuinely thinks he could've got Spurs in the top 4 are comical.

Just finished The Last Dance - which is absolutely incredible. So I'll be watching this documentary next.

Half tempted to wait until all episodes are released. I find it annoying having to wait a week between each episode. Much rather watch them all back to back over a couple of nights.
 

Nero

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I'd never usually watch Spurs, but might given the comments. I didn't know the All Blacks have been covered - will definitely watch them as they are the best sporting team in the history of team sports.
 

theredrooster

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Can't wait to watch this.

Some of the clips I've seen already showing how Jose genuinely thinks he could've got Spurs in the top 4 are comical.

Just finished The Last Dance - which is absolutely incredible. So I'll be watching this documentary next.

Half tempted to wait until all episodes are released. I find it annoying having to wait a week between each episode. Much rather watch them all back to back over a couple of nights.

Do you not think a manager has to be uber positive and try to instill that belief in his players? What a manager says to his players can be a motivational tool and psychology.

What Jose might have said privately with no cameras there and completely off the record about his team's champions league aspirations may well have been different. On camera and in front of players it's all about bravado and conveying that positive message.

If Warnock was sat with Boro's players saying we're going to get our backsides handed to us today lads and we'll be lucky to stay up I wouldn't want him anywhere near the club. Better to aim high and miss than settle for mediocrity.
 

Marvanelli

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Do you not think a manager has to be uber positive and try to instill that belief in his players? What a manager says to his players can be a motivational tool and psychology.

What Jose might have said privately with no cameras there and completely off the record about his team's champions league aspirations may well have been different. On camera and in front of players it's all about bravado and conveying that positive message.

If Warnock was sat with Boro's players saying we're going to get our backsides handed to us today lads and we'll be lucky to stay up I wouldn't want him anywhere near the club. Better to aim high and miss than settle for mediocrity.

There's being uber positive, then there's being realistic.
 

theredrooster

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There's being uber positive, then there's being realistic.

Ok, fair enough. I just think so much of sport is mental, focussing on that positive mindset and visualisation. I can't imagine any one of the top managers being completely realistic if something is still mathematically achievable, it's about getting that extra 10% out of everyone.

Look at the Tories media propaganda, tell someone something often enough and with complete conviction and many people will start to believe it.
 

Fat_Dragon

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Just watched the first two episodes. Really good watch so far. I agree with Borobarmy, Kane doesn't suit effing and blinding.
 

TeaCider

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I'm really enjoying it so far.
I like Jose Mourinho, it's interesting to see him behind the scenes.

I enjoyed the Man City and Sunderland ones too.

I can't bring myself to watch the Leeds one as they ended up succeeding after.
I wouldn't have watched the Sunderland one if it hadn't been two years of failure.
 

EuropeTwice

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I'm really enjoying it so far.
I like Jose Mourinho, it's interesting to see him behind the scenes.

I enjoyed the Man City and Sunderland ones too.

I can't bring myself to watch the Leeds one as they ended up succeeding after.
I wouldn't have watched the Sunderland one if it hadn't been two years of failure.
I enjoyed the Sunderland ones also as both had happy endings especially the first series 😁
Man City one was good also

I agree with you, couldn’t bring myself to watch the Leeds one, just couldn’t.
 

Stanny

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I enjoyed the Sunderland ones also as both had happy endings especially the first series 😁
Man City one was good also

I agree with you, couldn’t bring myself to watch the Leeds one, just couldn’t.
I loved the Leeds one with the finale being losing to Derby in the Playoff Semi's. 100% recommend it as as Boro fan, you'll love it.
 

newusername

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Only seen the first one but from the clips it appears to have access to the changing rooms which will be interesting to watch.
Given the amount of cameras & therefore film they must have, they really edited it to make Pochettino look clueless.

Also as Mourinho is widely believed to be the ultimate analyst & tactician, it was quite light on what he brings to the club apart from a desire to know everyone’s name.
 

TheYorkshireTerrier

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It's weird how Kane just doesn't come across as motivating when he does his team speeches. Not sure what the reason is, he almost seems to rush through them as if he hates doing it.

Love Jose, that clip when he has sky sports news on in the background is comedy gold.
 
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