Here are some of the Premier League’s best seasons that should have been captured by Amazon Prime.
Amazon Prime will be releasing the final three episodes of the latest series All or Nothing: Arsenal, with the documentary drawing rave reviews from football fans around the world.
The streaming platform has previously produced series such as Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City and no doubt intends to create more exciting episodes featuring other Premier League clubs.
The concept was only brought to the English top flight in 2018 and has captured some of the Premier League’s greatest moments, but there are definitely a number of big occasions that would have been even better on the big screen over the years.
We take a look at 8 Premier League seasons we wish we’d seen in ‘All or Nothing’…
1. Manchester United – 1994/95
The 1994/95 season was to be forgotten for Man United after they were beaten to the Premier League title by Blackburn Rovers on the final day of the season. Eric Cantona definitely made their title hunt more difficult after he was banned from football for eight months after his infamous kung fu kick at a Crystal Palace fan. The Red Devils were also beaten by Everton in the FA Cup final and did not make it past the group stage of the Champions League.
2. Blackburn Rovers – 1994/95
The 1994/95 season was a much happier one for Blackburn Rovers, who won their first Premier League title and their first English league title in 81 years. Kenny Dalglish’s side won it by a point after Man United failed to beat West Ham on the final day of the season.
3. Newcastle United – 1995/96
Newcastle United’s 1995/96 season is best remembered for Kevin Keegan’s famous “I will love it” rage. The Magpies boss was unhappy with Sir Alex Ferguson’s comments as the two sides battled for the title. Keegan ended his speech by declaring, “I’m gonna love it if we beat her, I love it!”. However, Newcastle drew their remaining two games and were beaten for the trophy by the Red Devils.
4. Manchester United – 2002/03
Manchester United won their third league title in four years in 2003, but success was somewhat overshadowed by the departure of David Beckham. After 11 years at the club, the midfielder lost his place in the starting XI and his relationship with Alex Ferguson had soured. A dressing room between the pair after an FA Cup defeat by Arsenal saw the manager start a boot at Beckham that resulted in him needing stitches and a move to Real Madrid months later.