Who will the next ‘All or Nothing’ Premier League club be?

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Amazon Prime is already preparing for the next all or nothing series with a Premier League club.

The documentary series follows Arsenal’s dramatic 2021-22 campaign, taking a behind-the-scenes look at the dressing room and training ground and also interviewing the likes of Mikel Arteta, Granit Xhaka and Ben White.

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The Gunners are the third Premier League club to appear in the series after Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur in the last four years.

With All or Nothing: Arsenal coming to a close in the next few days, football fans are now eagerly awaiting who will get the fly-on-the-wall treatment next.

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Here’s everything we know about the next potential Premier League club:

Who will be the next all or nothing Premier League club?

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According to that Daily MailNewcastle United is lined up as the next football club in the Amazon Prime series.

The streaming platform is reportedly looking to film the North East club for the 2023/24 season, with the series hitting screens the following summer.

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A series at St James’ Park is sure to appeal to viewers following last October’s landmark takeover by the Saudis that made them the wealthiest football club in the world.

However, the report claims Amazon bosses face a difficult task convincing Newcastle owners to let them behind the scenes as the club have already turned down several offers from production companies.

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Who else was in All or Nothing?

The first Premier League club to feature in Amazon’s All or Nothing series was Man City in 2018.

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It was reported that Amazon City had paid a whopping £10million to follow them throughout the 2017-18 season in which they won the Premier League title and League Cup trophy.

Tottenham Hotspur’s turbulent streak followed two years later during a season that saw Jose Mourinho brought in to replace Mauricio Pochettino.

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Although it is not known who the actor is supporting, Tom Hardy was chosen to narrate the Spurs documentary.

Amazon’s documentaries originally started in 2016 and focused on NFL teams. Through 2020, she produced one series per season, showcasing the trials and tributes of teams like the Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams, and Dallas Cowboys.

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They also covered the New Zealand All Blacks rugby union team, Brazil national soccer team during the 2019 Copa America and Italian giants Juventus’ 2020-21 season.

What was said about all or nothing?

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While football fans seem to enjoy these documentaries, they have often been criticized by football clubs and can cast them in a bad light when the season goes awry.

Mikel Arteta has already been slammed for his methods and tactics in the Arsenal edition, while Sunderland have been heavily criticized following their behind-the-scenes documentary ‘Sunderland ‘Til I Die’ in which they suffered back-to-back relegation.

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Following the release of All or Nothing: Arsenal, Gunners defender Gabriel Magalhaes revealed how the players felt about the show.

Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: “I saw it.

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“It’s good for showing the reality of what’s actually going on in the dressing room on a day-to-day basis. People can understand things a little better and see how different they are from what they imagine.

“As players, we always play to win, of course. But sometimes we lose games and there are difficult moments. Things happen.

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“I think the documentary does a good job of showing the reality of what’s going on.”

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