Loads of Spurs fans have been left furious by an update on the pending series of All or Nothing, as reports claim Amazon are set to begin the new series with the footage of Mauricio Pochettino’s sacking.
According to The Mirror, the new season of All or Nothing will kick off with the sacking of Pochettino and subsequent arrival of Jose Mourinho just 24 hours later. There will be eight episodes covering the entire season from that point onwards.
The popular TV series showed off Manchester City’s centurions campaign in the 2017/18 season in its debut series in football, and it’s fair to say the Tottenham-based edition may not have quite such a happy ending. Mourinho’s side have no trophies left to fight for if and when the football season resumes, and his side have lost five of their last six matches in all competitions, only avoiding defeat in a 1-1 draw against Burnley at Turf Moor.
Plenty of fans have been reacting to the news regarding Pochettino, and it’s fair to say they are not happy, with one labelling it as ‘disgusting’…
Should be scrapped I thought Levy was a intelligent man this documentary will embarrass the club and will be a subjected to mockery by rival fans.
— Az (@az1974) March 14, 2020
Disgusting!!!!!!!!…………should not have been filmed, totally disrespectful.
— Brian (@brian_ellison) March 14, 2020
And there’s me thinking our club couldn’t be any more humiliating 👀🤷🏽♂️
— Kenny Pogue (@pogue_kenny) March 14, 2020
That’s crass and classless.
— skeaman (@skeaman) March 14, 2020
Mugs for doing this …… Joke club !
All led my Greed !!! Makes us more of a laughing stock !
Shameless : shambles
— Cos1882 (@CNK82) March 14, 2020
Won’t be watching that rubbish. Poch should still be there in my opinion.
— Tom Ryan (@tomrodneyryan) March 14, 2020
— Teddan (@TedTorndal) March 14, 2020
Absolutely disgraceful, this should be scraped, will not be watching this shower
— Chris Ullah (@cullah1) March 14, 2020
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