The DOC keeps us on guard.
Martin Odigard shared his honest opinion about Arsenal’s highly anticipated All or Nath documentary.
The Gunners’ summer signing – who completed the magic of debt at the club last season – thinks it’s a bit wrong for camera staff to observe the squad.
“When you have cameras there, you automatically think a little more about what you’re saying, but the staff is smart,” said Odigard, 22, who signed a 30 30million permanent contract from Real Madrid.
Mark Gonella, the club’s media director, believes that Amazon’s documentary will give fans a “unique insight” into what is happening behind the scenes for the club during the 2021-22 season.
But a disappointing start to the season from north London could lead to an uncomfortable look.
Mikel Arteta’s side, who next face Norwich, have scored a hat-trick to open a season of defeats in Prem.
The defeat of Chelsea, Manchester City and the shock defeat of new league player Brent Ford left the UAE team behind.
This is the first time since 1975 that the Gunners men’s team is at the bottom of England’s top flight after three matches.