Amazon Prime producers rename series “Nothing: Arsenal” ​

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Amazon have confirmed the upcoming documentary “All or Nothing: Arsenal” will be renamed “Nothing: Arsenal” following their pre-season friendly defeat to Hibernian last night.

The Gunners revealed they’d be the next London club that never wins anything to have a fly-on-the-wall documentary following in the footsteps of bitter rivals Tottenham.

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However, in the wake of their humiliating loss at Easter Road, producers of the show have decided on a change of title.

‘There’s no point in leading viewers up the garden path. Best letting them know from the outset Arsenal will win f**k all’, one producer told Paddy Power News.

Arsenal supporters wave team flags prior to the UEFA Europa League final football match between Chelsea FC and Arsenal FC at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Baku, Azerbaijian, on May 29, 2019. (Photo by OZAN KOSE / AFP) (Photo credit should read OZAN KOSE/AFP via Getty Images)

‘If a team including Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Willian and Nicolas Pepe can’t beat Irn Bru Athletic in a pre-season friendly, what hope have they of pipping Man City to the title?’.

‘In fact, the only thing Arsenal have a chance of winning this season is a constructive dismissal case involving Gunnersaurus. And even that looks lopsided in the big lad’s favour’.

It’s believed a large portion of the documentary will focus Granit Xhaka’s metamorphosis from world class international footballer back to mediocre Premier League midfielder.

‘Over the course of the series, we’ll see his transition from one of the stars of the European Championships to someone who is booed by his own supporters’, added the producer.

Meanwhile, “Nothing: Arsenal” is hotly tipped to win Best Comedy Series at next year’s Golden Globe Awards, Paddy Power News understands.

Comedy fans were treated to a sneak preview during the Gunners’ 2-1 defeat by Farmer’s League outfit Hibernian last night.

Goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo’s comical error handed Hibs the lead on 21 minutes before half-time substitute Nicolas Pepe added to the hilarity by missing a late penalty.

Now critics are claiming “Nothing: Arsenal” could be the greatest comedy since Caddyshack.
‘Nothing: Arsenal might just be the funniest sports comedy ever of our time’, said Bob Mondello of Rotten Tomatoes.

‘Much funnier than Happy Gilmore, The Waterboy or anything Adam Sandler ever did for that matter’.


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