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Report: Amazon Camera Crew Caught Key Moments Of Pochettino-Mourinho Drama

Report: Amazon Camera Crew Caught Key Moments Of Pochettino-Mourinho Drama
Gary Connaughton
By Gary Connaughton
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This whole Mourinho at Spurs thing is going to take some getting used to. Seeing 'the special one' on the sideline for the London club just doesn't feel right.

While their form had been fairly dire over the past number of months, Daniel Levy's decision to sack Mauricio Pochettino was a fairly surprising one. Many expected he would leave at the end of the season but a midseason change never seemed on the cards.

The immediate appointment of Mourinho only added to all of the drama, with the Portuguese manager and Tottenham never a pairing we would have envisaged.

Luckily for us we will get to see how the events unfolded inside the club. Amazon are filming a fly-on-the-wall documentary at Spurs this season, akin to their 'All or Nothing' effort at Manchester City a couple of seasons ago.


While the City series captured their remarkable rise to become Premier League champions, the Tottenham edition will tell a much more dramatic story.

The Sun are reporting that the camera crew were on sight to capture a number of key moments in the managerial changeover.

It is rumoured that there will be a scene in which you see Pochettino cleaning out his former office and leaving the Spurs training ground for the final time, while we will also get to see the reactions of the players and staff when they first hear the news.


Mourinho's arrival to the grounds for talks with Levy was filmed, as was his first meeting with star striker Harry Kane.

The Manchester City documentary portrayed the club in a very positive light, but it is hard to imagine that Spurs will be shown in such a fashion. At the moment, it appears this one will be far more similar to 'Sunderland Till I Die', the gripping Netflix show which showed Sunderland's lone season in the Championship.

With Mourinho now in charge you would imagine there is plenty of drama yet to come.


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