Daniel Kaluuya To Narrate 'All Or Nothing: Arsenal'

Daniel Kaluuya To Narrate 'All Or Nothing: Arsenal'
By Luke Delaney

We're just a couple of days away from the release of the first three 'All Or Nothing: Arsenal' episodes being released. After a couple of sneak peak trailers have been released over the past couple of weeks, football fans from around the world have been counting down the days until they can watch the fly on the wall documentary.

Academy Award winning actor Daniel Kaluuya will narrate the series, following in the footsteps of Tom Hardy and Ben Kinglsey who have narrated the Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur series in previous years.

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The 33-year-old actor known for his roles in Black Panther, Get Out and Judas and the Black Messiah, is a lifelong Arsenal supporter.

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The documentary will not only follow the highs and lows on the pitch, with full access to training ground, changing room and off the pitch incidents to be shown in the eight part series.

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'All Or Nothing: Arsenal' Twitter Reaction

After Arsenal narrowly missed out on a place in the Top 4 last season, many fans took to Twitter with the news of Kaluuya narrating All Or Nothing : Arsenal and it makes for a funny read.

Despite the official trailer lasting just over two minutes, fans were given a real taster of what to expect in the upcoming All Or Nothing: Arsenal documentary.

The trailer shows events that happened on and off the pitch. From emotional speeches in the dressing room, to training ground bust ups and the Pierre-Emerick Aubamayang captaincy controversy, it's bound to be great viewing for football fans from around the globe.

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For Arsenal fans, it was a painful end to their 2021/22 Premier League campaign after showing promise and encouraging signs during the season. After a poor start and finish from Mikel Arteta's side, it will be quite the watch to see exactly where things went wrong at the Emirates.

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