Arsenal fans will be "surprised at what they see" in the All or Nothing documentary according to former striker Jeremie Aliadiere.
The Amazon Prime Video series is set to premiere on Thursday and will provide supporters with a behind-the-scenes look at the club's 2021/22 season. Mikel Arteta's side narrowly missed out on a return to the Champions League as they finished in fifth place, two points behind rivals Tottenham Hotspur, after losing two of their last three matches.
Ahead of the premiere, Aliadiere has told fans what to expect while speaking exclusively to Ladbrokes at the launch of their 5-A-Side bet on Crystal Palace v Arsenal.
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“I've been able to see a few clips of the Arsenal documentary on Amazon and if I'm being honest with you, it's actually given me goosebumps," explained the Frenchman. "I think a lot of people are going to be really surprised at what they see.
“A lot of supporters have struggled in recent years to connect with the team, be it the ownership, the way things were being run, and all that stuff behind the scenes.
"Fans couldn't recognise the old Arsenal in their team. I go to pretty much every game and you can hear fans questioning the commitment of this team, especially in recent years gone by.
"But looking at that documentary, seeing the players in the dressing room after games and hearing Mikel Arteta's talks with the players – I was gobsmacked. I didn't know what was going on behind the scenes. I've been in plenty of Arsenal dressing rooms over my years with the club, but I hadn't seen anything like this before.
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“We're getting a deeper look into the fabric of the club; inside the dressing room, on the training pitch, in the manager's office. I think a lot of fans are going to change their opinions off the back of this documentary.
"I really think a lot of supporters will change their minds about some of these players. I think this is a good thing; it will bring the fans closer to the team again. People are going to love it, and I really feel like it could be a positive for the team on the pitch as well in the opening weeks of the season.”
Aliadiere spent eight years with Arsenal after joining the club as a 16-year-old in 1999. He made 49 appearances for the club, scoring nine goals and providing four assists. A former French under-21 international, he retired in 2017 at the age of 34.
Fans will get their first taste of the All or Nothing documentary on Thursday, with the first three episodes of the eight-part series being made available on Amazon Prime Video.
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