The first three episodes of Amazon’s ‘All or Nothing’ documentary about Tottenham’s tumultuous season are finally available to watch.
Spurs fans will be tuning in with a mixture of anticipation and dread as their team’s topsy-turvy 2019/20 campaign is played out again, this time in a much more public manner.
Club chairman Daniel Levy features prominently in the documentary, and very early in the first episode he has some interesting things to say.
Levy starts by noting that he understands the somewhat negative perception of him but doesn’t think it’s fully fair, insisting he is ambitious about taking Tottenham forward on the pitch.
He emphasises that ambition with a little dig at his critics.
“I think the perception of me is I’m hard-nosed, stubborn, don’t care, not ambitious,” Levy says.
“I think a lot of that isn’t fair. I certainly think I am incredibly ambitions to improve the team. They (critics) just don’t understand how hard it is to get to that place.”
Many Spurs fans are often critical of Levy, mainly due to the lack of signings and the way he usually conducts transfer business late in the window.
The 58-year-old will hope the documentary highlights how hard he worked to take the club into the new stadium, but supporters will likely continue to be sceptical until tangible success arrives.