Viewers are giving the new Manchester City documentary ‘All or Nothing’ rave reviews.
Amazon Prime have today dropped the eight-part, fly-on-the-wall series that followed Pep Guardiola’s side on the way to their impressive English Premier League title win last season.
It follows the team on and off the pitch, offering a glimpse into the real life of players at the top level as well as a manager regarded as one of the finest modern day minds in football.
— City Watch (@City_Watch) August 13, 2018
The show comes after Netflix’s series on Juventus, which followed Massimiliano Allegri’s side during last season, but failed to deliver in substance.
With it now being available to Amazon Prime viewers – the platform’s first foray into football documentaries in this style – the verdicts are beginning to drop.
And everyone involved in the making of it can be very happy with the initial reviews:
For real I’m crying at this documentary. Doesn’t matter your age. If your a true City fan this documentary is gonna get u tearing up
— molly (@mollmcfc) August 16, 2018
This Manchester City documentary is absolute class. Really is nice to see how a football club operates. Also love getting a glimpse into Peps mind since he is the best around.
Wish more top clubs would do something similar.
— Lav (@LavCFC) August 17, 2018
5 minutes into this Man City documentary and I already love it
— tom (@TomMcAllisterr) August 17, 2018
Started watching the City documentary ‘All or Nothing’ on Amazon Prime last night. That is some quality work!
— Jonny Boyle ⚽️ (@beanroll) August 17, 2018
2 episodes done on the Man City documentary. A must-watch for any serious football fan. 100% confirms Guardiola as a mad genius.
— Jonny McFarlane (@jonnyrmcfarlane) August 17, 2018
This Manchester City documentary is unbelievable, would highly recommend it to anyone.
— Adam. (@SimplyMuto) August 17, 2018
This city documentary is acc amazing
— weezy f (@slatslatsIat) August 17, 2018
Watched the City documentary twice and all I can think is why does khaldoon al Mubarak sound like John Barnes 😂
— Deano (@DF14skipper) August 17, 2018
Three episodes in and the Manchester City documentary is the best football-related thing I have seen. The level of exposure and detail is unbelievable
— Zakir (@notzakihas) August 17, 2018
The Man City documentary on Amazon Prime is brilliant! It really showcases the intricacies of Pep as a coach and how he inspired City to the title. He's a real pottymouth. Guy swears like no tomorrow. Huge disciplinarian too. He destroys players who don't follow his instruction
— Rohit.lp (@Ramseyesque94) August 17, 2018
Just finished watching 'All or Nothing: Manchester City'. Would highly recommend it, a documentary like that has never been made about a modern football club. Guardiola comes across brilliantly. #LUFC
— LUFC HQ (@LUFC_HQ1) August 17, 2018
This Man City documentary is CLASS. Mendy's injury bit 😭
— . (@denimchicken21) August 17, 2018
Won’t watch anything better than this city documentary. World class viewing
— charlie (@CharlieDemby) August 17, 2018
From a Liverpool fan that man city documentary was awesome. Top coach top players
— Nathan way brown (@Nathanwaybrown2) August 17, 2018
Man City's All or Nothing documentary is so good 👏
— Ed (@GameFaceHD) August 17, 2018
Wow the man city documentary is amazing
— AJD (@AJ_D1zzle) August 17, 2018
And the praise continues in social media.
City won the Premier League title last season as well as the Carabao Cup, but failed to win the FA Cup or the Champions League and the documentary concentrates on all of that.