All Or Nothing: Arsenal Season 2: There have been rumors that the second season of Amazon’s All or Nothing: Arsenal could be planned for this season and come out in 2023. Even though the end of the 2021-22 season was sad, the show was a big hit.
Fans of Arsenal liked seeing what goes on behind the scenes at the club, and these suggestions of a follow-up caused a lot of buzz on social media. Responses to tweets that said the series was “in the works” in a year in which the Gunners are currently in the first place caused a lot of excitement.
But it looks like the second season may not happen after all. A source close to the making of the first season told football. London that they had no idea that there could be a second season.
This doesn’t mean that there is no longer any chance of a second season, even though there is no information about that yet.
Chelsea is the most recent team to be linked to an All or Nothing series. Ben Jacobs of CBS said that when Roman Abramovich left Chelsea, the club changed its mind about letting people see what goes on behind the scenes.
Jacobs wrote on Twitter, “Chelsea is a candidate for an All or Nothing series. Under Roman Abramovich, it was evident that the club did not want to be featured at all.
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“However, senior Amazon sources tell me they’ll go back to the club and think the new American owners want to be filmed.”
Jacobs also said that Amazon wanted to make a show with Newcastle United. Even though the PIF was worried that there might be an “anti-Saudi angle” and wanted “guarantees” that this wouldn’t happen.
All Or Nothing: Arsenal Season Background
All or Nothing: Arsenal is part of the All or Nothing brand and is an Amazon Original sports docuseries. In the series, the English Premier League team Arsenal’s progress was followed through their 2021–22 season, when they were the youngest team in the Premier League.
72 Films made the show, and Mark Raphael, Clare Cameron, and BAFTA winner John Douglas were in charge.
Daniel Kaluuya, born and raised in London and a lifelong Arsenal fan, narrated the series. He has won both an Academy Award and a BAFTA Award.
The first three episodes of the eight-part series came out on August 4, 2022. More attacks came out on August 11, 2022, and August 18, 2022.
Arsenal won the FA Cup for a record thirteenth time in the 2016–17 season. This was Arsène Wenger’s seventh FA Cup win, making him the most successful manager in the competition’s history. However, they finished fifth in the Premier League, the first time since Wenger took over in 1996 that they didn’t finish in the top four. This ended their 19-year run in the UEFA Champions League. After another dull league season the following year, Wenger left Arsenal on May 13, 2018, ending his 22-year, trophy-filled run with the club.
On May 23, 2018, Unai Emery was named the club’s new head coach. Arsenal finished fifth in the Premier League and second in the UEFA Europa League in Emery’s first season as coach. Emery was fired on November 29, 2019, after Arsenal went seven games without a win in all competitions. This was their longest losing streak in 27 years. Freddie Ljungberg, a former player and assistant coach for the first team, was named interim head coach.
On December 20, 2019, Arsenal named Mikel Arteta, who used to be the team captain, as the new head coach. The COVID-19 pandemic caused a three-month break in the 2019–20 season, from March to June. When the season came back, it was behind closed doors. Arsenal finished eighth in the league, their worst finish since 1994–95. However, on August 1, 2020, they broke a record by winning their 14th FA Cup. This helped them qualify for next season’s Europa League and made Arteta the first person to win the FA Cup as both the club’s captain and coach.
Arteta’s job title changed from head coach to manager after the 2019–20 season. On April 18, 2021, it was announced that Arsenal would be one of the founding clubs of a new European league called “The Super League.” Two days later, they quit the company, which was almost universally criticized. Arsenal finished the 2020–21 season in eighth place again, making it the first time in 25 years that they did not qualify for European competition.
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