Amazon’s ‘All or Nothing’ documentary, showing behind the scenes at Tottenham during the 2019-20 season, will be released on August 31.
On Thursday night a final trailer for the documentary appeared on Amazon Prime Sport’s YouTube channel but was quickly taken down and set to private.
In the clip Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho is seen telling his players: ‘You are a team of good guys… but good guys never win’.
🤩 Amazon’s All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur.
📺 Launching on Prime Video on 31st August.
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The documentary charts an eventful campaign which saw the departure of Mauricio Pochettino, with Mourinho succeeding him, and ended with Tottenham securing a place in the second qualifying round of the Europa League.
Other clips in the trailer include an insight into how the coronavirus pandemic affected Tottenham and a clip of Son Heung-min showing his frustration after a game.
A previous clip from the documentary showed Mourinho telling his squad to show their nasty side.
He said: ‘And maybe I’m wrong – maybe I’m wrong – I feel that you are honestly a very nice group of guys.
‘But for 90 minutes – for 90 minutes – you cannot be nice. For 90 minutes you have to be a bunch of c***s.
‘Intelligent c***s. Not stupid c***s. B******s in the sense that you are there to win matches, man.’
Mourinho is evidently eager for his players to be more nasty as he looks to end the club’s trophy drought, which stretches back to 2008.
In another trailer, midfielder Dele Alli spoke about the close connection that he has with his team-mates.
Alli said: ‘People always used to say to me when I was younger there are no friends in football, but I feel like my team-mates here are just like a family and I would call every one of them my friend.
‘If I have a good connection with people off the pitch I feel like our connection on it is so much better. ‘
Mourinho will hope that he will be able to guide Tottenham to silverware next campaign.
He has already made one signing ahead of the new season, bringing in midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg from Southampton.