Amazon Prime’s sports documentary series All or Nothing has gained immense popularity all over the world since it was announced. The documentary series has followed several teams across the world in different leagues and sports, giving the fans a closer view of what happens inside a club. Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has now revealed that he is a fan of the series and would have seen it if the Blues were made a part of it.

The Amazon Prime All or Nothing documentary series has featured several football teams, from the Brazil national side to Juventus in the Serie A over the years. In the Premier League, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur already have an All or Nothing series based on them while the edition featuring Arsenal was released on August 4, 2022.

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Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel was asked whether his side’s 2021-22 season would be a must-watch in the All or Nothing series, to which he responded positively.

“Yes, it would have been,” Tuchel laughed. The 2021-22 season is when Chelsea faced a tumultuous campaign on the pitch and off it, because of the UK government’s sanctions on the club owner Roman Abramovich and the freezing of several of the club’s bank accounts.

“We had these discussions many times. They started even in Dortmund and, as you can imagine, in Paris Saint-Germain we had these discussions pretty often,” the tactician added.

The Chelsea boss also revealed the club’s football culture, which has made him enjoy and love his time in London.

“Here, as you know, I enjoy it so much that it’s purely about football in this building and in this club. It is still one of the biggest joys and why I love it so much to be here,” he quipped.

Tuchel also revealed that he watches football documentaries because of his curiosity. However, he also posed a doubt that these documentaries do not show everything.

“To be honest, I watch the football documentaries also because I am curious and I want to see it.

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“I 100 per cent would have watched it as a kid over and over again. But at the same time, I’m not so sure you see everything,” he added.

Thomas Tuchel also indicated that Chelsea might be open to an All or Nothing series in the future under new American owner Todd Boehly.

“Maybe it’s new times and maybe at some point we will have to be open to it. I’m quite happy I was not asked the question so far — but let’s see, we are always open to new ideas,” he said.