’All or Nothing: Arsenal‘ is going to be pure box office entertainment following their rollercoaster of a season.
You asked. We heard you.#AllOrNothingArsenal
Coming to @PrimeVideoSport in 2022 ⏳
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) July 9, 2021
The Gunners appear destined to be without Champions League football for next season following back-to-back defeats to Tottenham and Newcastle United.
They suffered a bruising defeat to their cross-town rivals last week, with Mikel Arteta’s side failing to bounce back against Newcastle – losing 2-0 at St James’ Park.
A Ben White own goal and a late Bruno Guimaraes strike ensured Champions League qualification is no longer in Arsenal’s hands heading into their final Premier League game of the season.
It’s been a turbulent campaign for Arsenal and their fans, with their woes ruthlessly mocked on social media.
Rival fans are looking forward to the club’s Amazon documentary following their eventful 2021/22 term.
A reminder that this wonderfully chaotic season and conclusion will be available to watch in a brand new All Or Nothing documentary 👀 #COYS
— Talking THFC (@TalkingTHFC) May 16, 2022
— Nasir Jabbar (@NasJabbar) May 16, 2022
5 words. Amazon Prime: All or Nothing 😂😂😂
— Miles 🇬🇭 (@milesxaddy) May 16, 2022
Cannot wait for All or Nothing: Arsenal documentary on Amazon. 😁
— Samuel (@SamueILFC) May 16, 2022
Just remembered Netflix are making an Arsenal ‘all or nothing’ on this season.
— Gianni Butticè (@GianniButtice) May 16, 2022
— NUFC Cøntatici ⚪⚫🇸🇦 (@KevinRandhawa) May 16, 2022
Getting that popcorn ready for the all or nothing. 😂 we all knew it was going to end in tears 🍿
— CarefreeYouth (@CarefreeYouth) May 16, 2022
Arsenal’s All or Nothing documentary should be renamed. Call it All for Nothing
— CfcSheikh (@CfcSheikh) May 16, 2022
That all or nothing documentery defo getting an Oscar for best comedy
— Jamz (@JamzLndon) May 16, 2022
Arsenal’s all or nothing documentary is going to be next level entertaining man 😭
— 𝓛𝓮𝓮🍊 (@IeeSZN) May 16, 2022
Nah i fully forgot all or nothing, thats going to be mad
— TikiTokaMate (@TikiTokaMate) May 16, 2022
Arsenal host Everton while Spurs face Norwich City in the final round of Premier League games on Sunday.
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