American TV network NBC have produced a brand new documentary titled: ‘Tottenham Hotspur — To Dare Is To Do’.
The first part takes viewers from the club’s early history, through the club’s most successful era under manager Bill Nicholson, all the way up to the days of Gareth Bale and the sackings of Andre Villas-Boas and Tim Sherwood, making way for the appointment of Mauricio Pochetino.
The second part includes extensive interviews with Hugo Lloris and Mauricio Pochettino, discussing how the manger has implemented his philosophy on the club and what happened last season — the highs and the lows.
Part three focuses on the club’s academy with particularly focus on its biggest modern success story, Harry Kane. We also hear from Head of Coaching and Player Development John McDermott as well as promising young centre back Cameron Carter-Vickers.
Daniel Levy and the new stadium take centre stage in two final parts. While the documentary feels very much like an exercise in PR as the club strengthens its ties with the American market, it’s still certainly worth a watch for any Spurs fan.