All Or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur – when is episode 4 of Amazon documentary released? Dates, times, how to watch – The Sun
TOTTENHAM's explosive docuseries on Amazon Prime Video, All Or Nothing, is here.
The cameras will follow Spurs during their bombshell season last term which included Jose Mourinho taking the reins and moving to their £1billion brand new stadium.
When is All Or Nothing: Tottenham out?
The first three episodes of All Or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur were broadcast on August 31.
Then the next three will be released on September 7, and the final three a week later on September 14.
You can catch every episode on Amazon Prime Video.
This series also delves into Spurs’ new 62,000-seater stadium and the coronavirus lockdown.
Other explosive moments from the campaign were caught on camera, including Son-Heung Min’s red card against Chelsea.
And even candid moments like Mourinho ordering his players to be a “bunch of c***s” have not been overlooked.
Where can I watch All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur in the UK?
All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur is an Amazon Prime exclusive, so that means you can only watch the show on Amazon in the UK.
The good news is that you can watch the show for free if you sign up to Amazon Prime's free trial, which you can find here.
Can I stream All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur online for free?
All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur won't be broadcast anywhere else on TV or online, so the only way to watch the show for free is by signing up to Amazon's free trial.
Who is narrating All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur?
All Or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur is narrated by Hollywood actor Tom Hardy.
Hammersmith-born Hardy was announced as the narrator for the series on August 20.
Bronson star Hardy has not publicly pledged his support to any football team.
What happens in All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur?
Granted, any football fans will have a pretty good idea about the events that unfold in All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur.
The show's producers could hardly have asked for a more dramatic season to follow in recent memory for Spurs.
Long-time manager Mauricio Pochettino was sacked following a run of poor results at the start of the season and the Argentine manager was replaced by Premier League legend, and former boss of bitter rivals Chelsea, Jose Mourinho.
There was plenty of turmoil within the squad as well, with club favourite Christian Eriksen leaving the side in January to Italian giants Inter Milan after a protracted transfer saga.
The show will get to see how big money transfers such as Giovanni Lo Celso and Steven Bergwijn came to be at the club.
And like every other Premier League side, Tottenham has had to deal with the emergence of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Who was the manager in All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur?
All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur starts with Mauricio Pochettino in charge, but the Argentine boss is replaced by Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho before the winter transfer window.
Who has Jose Mourinho managed before Tottenham Hotspur?
Jose Mourinho is one of the most decorated football managers to ever grace the game.
He began his managerial career at Porto, leading the unfancied Portuguese side to Champions League success.
Mourinho then moved to the Premier League, winning the domestic title with Chelsea, before heading to Inter Milan, where he won the Champions League for a second time.
A second stint at Chelsea followed, before Mourinho took the top job at Real Madrid and later Manchester United.
Keen to watch more shows like All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur? The Amazon series already tracked Manchester City in the 2018/2019 season as Pep Guardiola's side marched to Premier League triumph.
All or Nothing has also followed a string of American Football teams such as the Dallas Cowboys, the Los Angeles Rams and the Arizona Cardinals, all of which are available to watch on Amazon Prime.
Or, if American Football isn't your thing, All or Nothing has even followed the fearsome New Zealand international rugby side, The All Blacks for a year as Steve Hansen's team prepared for the arrival of the British and Irish Lions tour.
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