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Tottenham dealt a two-word knockout blow by Samuel Luckhurst over Amazon deal

‘All or Nothing’ a very appropriate title for a documentary series on a club who haven’t won a single piece of silverware since the League Cup in 2008.

‘Nothing’ has been on Tottenham’s agenda for some time now, and while last year’s Champions League run may have returned some seriously entertaining clips – the dressing room after their last gasp victory over Ajax, in particular – a post-mortem of their defeat to Colchester United at the JobServe Community Stadium doesn’t quite hit the same notes (unless you’re an opposing fan, of course, then it’s hilarious).

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Indeed, depending on your football allegiances, Amazon’s season-long documentary could either make for excellent entertainment or a true horror. Spurs have won just three times this term, drawn four and lost five.

Their last victory came against Southampton, and if you’re familiar with how these series typically go, you’ll know that following Tottenham’s win, the producers will have lulled viewers into a false sense of hope with the use of uplifting music, clever editing, clips of everyone looking happy in training before plunging them into the 7-2 game against Bayern Munich. No more spoilers, anyhow.

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Amazon Prime Video Sport’s tweet, “All or Nothing Tottenham Hotspur,” was just asking to be responded to, and though his jab was about as cheap as they come, Manchester Evening News journalist drew a smile from us with his short and snappy response…

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