On Monday, August 31, Amazon will release their latest edition of the All or Nothing documentary series focusing this time on Tottenham Hotspur's roller-coaster season that saw Mauricio Pochettino sacked and Jose Mourinho hired. Here are some of the most revealing things from the first three episodes we were lucky enough to see early. Spoilers ahead!
1. Mauricio Pochettino had no idea he was getting sacked the night it happened
The morning after the sacking, Harry Kane and Jan Vertonghen are speaking at breakfast.
Vertonghen suggests Pochettino and the staff must have known it was coming when Kane spoke to the Argentinian coach the night before.
Kane insists he didn't and Vertonghen seems shocked.
Prior to his sacking, with Tottenham struggling, Pochettino, speaking with his assistant, compares the situation to a house falling down.
"Football is never 'two plus two equals four'," Pochettino says.
"If a house falls down, everyone sees it fall. But you have to anticipate that the house is going to fall."
2. Mourinho is the star of the documentary, and there are clear signs some players love him and some hate him
Mourinho is very direct with his players. He criticises some players in front of the whole squad, but he also speaks to players one-on-one in a very honest way about the situation.
At one point Mourinho says he gives players feedback without a filter.
Dele Alli, whose form improved once Mourinho came in for Pochettino, is hammered both in training and in the team meeting.
"Come on Dele, move around man, you are too slow. Want the ball Dele. F***ing lazy. I am going to be a pain in the ass for you, and you are lucky because when I am a pain in the ass it means I like you," Mourinho tells Alli.
Afterwards in a team meeting, he repeats in front of the group: "I understood already that you are a f***ing lazy guy in training. I don't need more days. Lazy."
But Mourinho clearly sees potential in Alli and reveals that Sir Alex Ferguson does also.
"I told already Dele very directly that he doesn't train well, he is not a good trainer. I am not saying a disaster but I am not saying Harry Kane, Harry Kane is a very good trainer. Euros in six months," Mourinho tells Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.
"Sir Alex Ferguson gave me only one bit of advice in two and a half years. Buy Dele Alli. 'That guy, with that mentality, the way he plays, the aggression he has in mind. This guy is the Manchester United player. Buy Dele Alli'. And he has an eye for a player.
"But he is not a good trainer, we need to find motivation for the guy."
Alli isn't the only one who cops Mourinho's criticism in front of others.
Mourinho tells Serge Aurier: “I am afraid of you as a marker because you are capable of doing a s**t penalty.”
Mourinho wanted to sign Eric Dier when he was at Manchester United and the two converse in Portuguese
Dier might play for England, but he speaks fluent Portuguese after living in Portugal from the age of seven, until he was 20-years-old.
Mourinho screams instructions at Dier in Portuguese and even speaks to him in Portuguese in the one-on-one meetings they have.
However, this connection doesn't stop Dier being substituted after just 29 minutes during Tottenham's 4-2 comeback win over Olympiakos.
Dier is shattered as he enters the change room.
Dier also reveals that he grew up a Manchester United fan, and Mourinho made him cry when he knocked out United with Porto in the 2004 UEFA Champions League.
Mourinho swears a lot, telling his players they need to be a 'bunch of c***s'
The documentary is happy to show Mourinho swearing. Repeatedly.
While watching pundits debate his coaching ability, he yells 'f*** off' at the TV. At finding out from his assistant after they've just arrived at the club that Moussa Sissoko has a big influence on the dressing room, Mourinho responds with a surprised; 'f***'.
But you really see Mourinho not holding back in one particular team meeting.
“Maybe I’m wrong but I feel like you are a very nice group of guys. But for 90 minutes you cannot be nice.
“For 90 minutes you have to be a bunch of c****. An intelligent c***. Not a stupid c***. Bastards in the sense that you are there to win matches. F***ing hell, we have to win.”
Kane was very close with Pochettino, and Mourinho tries to replicate that relationship
“I believe that you have a very good relationship with Mauricio, I love that. I always think, good relationship with the previous manager. Why not me?" Mourinho asks Kane.
"I saw you training yesterday and I have no doubts that you are a leader. That is my feeling. The world looks to English football with an incredible respect but they still think that the movie stars of football belong to other places. We have to build also your status in that direction.
"My profile, I am little bit like that as a coach. My dimension is universal and my being with me I think I can help you to (makes explosion gesture).
"What I don't accept, because it is my nature, to be here and win nothing. But I feel that we can because of you."
"You have better players than I had at Manchester United. The club has a lot (of potential) to explode."