EXCLUSIVE BY MATT HUGHES: The secrets of Tottenham's season are set to be revealed in a new Amazon Prime documentary being lined up for broadcast next summer.
Yep my first thought. Last year at WHL would have been the perfect season. No doubt it will document our worst season in 10 years or something, sackings, split dressing room etc.Ffs. Like Netflix going to the German Grand Prix to film Mercedes and them having an absolute clusterfuck of a weekend.
That’s going to have to be a very hard no from me. Not this year. Last year would’ve been perfect actually haha.EXCLUSIVE BY MATT HUGHES: The secrets of Tottenham's season are set to be revealed in a new Amazon Prime documentary being lined up for broadcast next summer.www.dailymail.co.uk
Even City, who won the league, came off terribly. Has Graham Taylor: The Impossible Job written all over it. For San Marino’s first minute goal read Eriksen’s penalty miss against ColchesterThese football documentaries typically end horribly, so I for one am totally against this for that reason alone.
It's just that feeling of 'Hard Knocks' but without the rookies getting cut or Antonio Brown burning his feet in a cryotherapy machine - Erik Lamela being Darren Anderton Mk II just isn't the same viewing.“Barrrrrrry Spinneker. Club: Nottingham Hotspurts. Nickname: The Spurs. With three drives for goal and one score.”