Amazon are reportedly still filming footage at Tottenham’s training ground in Enfield despite the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

The American tech giants are in the process of creating a documentary entitled ‘All or Nothing’, which follows Spurs’ 2019-2020 campaign.

The series is set to be released this summer and looks like it will make for gripping viewing, with a number of dramatic incidents having already taken place in Spurs’ up-and-down season.

And according to The Athletic Amazon have not packed up their cameras yet, and are capturing the turmoil surrounding the Covid-19 outbreak, with viewers able to see how the club deal with the pandemic that has swept the world.

Amazon are still filming inside Tottenham’s training ground

The highly-anticipated documentary will certainly not be lacking in material, with the first scene reportedly showing the aftermath of Mauricio Pochettino’s sacking in November , followed by Jose Mourinho taking over.

Spurs have also had a number of other off-the-field incidents this season which could make for fascinating viewing in the documentary, including midfielder Eric Dier confronting a supporter after an FA Cup defeat to Norwich and serious injuries to key players Harry Kane and Son-Heung min.

Spurs are said to be earning £10million for the documentary, while the first match football fans will get behind-the-scenes access to is the 2-1 defeat to Liverpool in October.

The documentary captures behind-the-scenes footage of Jose Mourinho replacing Mauricio Pochettino as manager

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It remains to be seen at what stage the series finishes, but it may depend on what the Premier League decide in an emergency meeting scheduled for Thursday.

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Chiefs are expected to meet to discuss how the campaign will be concluded, with the division currently suspended until April 3 at the very earliest.

There have been a number of suggestions, with some believing the season should be scrapped altogether and others saying the European Championships should be postponed and the Premier League finished over the summer.





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