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'All Or Nothing: Arsenal': The Best Bits From The Trailer

'All Or Nothing: Arsenal': The Best Bits From The Trailer
By Luke Delaney Updated

We're just a few days away from the first three episodes of the latest edition of All Or Nothing to be released and if Amazon Prime's first trailer of All Or Nothing: Arsenal is anything to go by, we're in for some great viewing.

With the first trailer blowing up on social media, we have decided to pick out our best bits from the short clip.

The best bits from the 'All Or Nothing: Arsenal' trailer

1. Arteta's Intro

After a short clip of Mikel Arteta speaking, the trailer cuts to the Arsenal boss speaking about his demands as a manager with some great, suspensful music in the background.

Arteta says:

"I've been raised in a way that certain values are non negotiable. One is respect. One is commitment and the other is passion."

The clip then cuts to players speaking about their manager with Rob Holding saying "he's very intense" before showing a clip of Arteta passionately shouting at his squad in the changing room. Arteta is often portrayed as a calm and relaxed figure on the sideline and this insight into the real traits that the Spaniard has makes for great viewing.

Let's hope for more of these clips and scenes over the course of the documentary.


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2. Aubamayang Stripped Of Captaincy

One of the biggest controverseys of last season was Arsenal's club captain Pierre Emerick Aubamayang being stripped of his captaincy midway through the season. The trailer gives a sneak peak into how Arteta announces the decision in front of the team and the episode about the Aubamayang saga is certainly one that everyone is eager to see.

It also features Alexandre Lacazette's reaction to the news where he simply replies "WOW".


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3.Granit Xhaka Taking Blame

There's a short clip of Granit Xhaka's challenge on Diogo Jota in the 4-0 trashing away to Liverpool which led to the former Arsenal captain being sent off. The trailer then shows a clip of the Swiss midfielder in the training ground holding his hands up and sarcastically saying "Dont worry guys, I will take the blame".

Xhaka's time at the club has been surrounded in controversey. From arguing with Gunners fans who booed him while being substituted to consistantly being scrutinised by pundits around the country for his wreckless challenges and decision making, an insight into Granit Xhaka behind the scenes during ' All Or Nothing: Arsenal ' will make for an entertaining watch.


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4. Training Ground Brawl

Although the short clip lasts no longer than a couple of seconds, Bernd Leno, Gabriel Martinelli and Alexandre Lacazette can all be seen in the meleé during a training session. This had not been reported publically before and is certainly going to be a great insight to the issues between the squad at stages of last season.

You can watch the full official trailer of All Or Nothing: Arsenal below.



5. Arteta's Motivational Speech

A couple of days ago, an extended clip of Mikel Arteta's speech to his players was released. This was after Arsenal had lost their first three games of the 21/22 Premier League season as Arteta looked to use a different approach in a bid to remotivate his squad.



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