By John Wenham

6th Aug, 2022 | 5:27am

Tottenham expert lambasts Arteta after what he spotted in Arsenal's Amazon doc

The new Arsenal documentary is a “sanitised club product” and does not show the true nature of the club.

That is according to Spurs insider John Wenham, who regularly breaks news about the club on his Lilywhite Rose social media channels.

The latest series of Amazon’s ‘All or Nothing’ programme was released on Thursday (4 August), this time taking a look behind the scenes at Arsenal.

Wenham describes the “hype” around the new series as “nonsense”.

“It was flattery, really. That a whole episode was dedicated to Tottenham,” Wenham told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.

“It seems like their result of the season was their win against us where we had Nuno in charge and Romero and Skipp were on the bench.

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“Off the top of my head, the midfield three was Ndombele, Dele and Hojbjerg. They were never ever going to get a better chance to beat us.

“I get the photography guy got his moment of fame. I take it he was on annual leave when we pummelled them in May.

“I just rate flattery, an entire episode was dedicated to that win. What do I think of the whole thing? It’s the Mikel Arteta show.

“There is a lot of stuff on him. In our documentary, you saw a lot more behind-the-scenes stuff. Ours was more ‘unaired’ if that makes sense.

“If Arsenal want to go along with this media hype nonsense then go ahead.

I thought it was a sanitised club product but I did like seeing the honest emotions from the likes of Ramsdale and Saka.”

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