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Thread: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

  1. #31

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Der Kaiser View Post
    They are shit though.


    Fact is sludge no one cares about watching them. Have you watched league one or two football recently? It's ****ing awful most of the time, I for one could live a happy life with 0 attachment to those divisions ever again, nor do I care to watch a documentary about them.
    its about the daily working and drama of a lower league club , they are often fascinating and far more interesting than hearing about a load of overpaid , pampered darlings

    If you think we are never going to grace the lower divisions again then we are just one bad season from joining them

  2. #32

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    its about the daily working and drama of a lower league club , they are often fascinating and far more interesting than hearing about a load of overpaid , pampered darlings

    If you think we are never going to grace the lower divisions again then we are just one bad season from joining them
    Sorry, but I really don't think that watching a documentary series about how a club like, for example, Rochdale have managed to stay in the bottom two divisions for their entire existence (I think that's correct) would be particularly interesting? Surely everyone has a fair idea why that's happened - I can't imagine watching a documentary about fans moaning that they've been shafted their entire existence and watching some stressed exec run around looking for money would be enjoyable at all, nor particularly interesting.

    This is not to say I am anti small clubs, I love seeing them succeed - but for watching purposes, I fail to see how that would be enjoyable. Unless we are talking a Wycombe, or Forest Green for example, small clubs on the up - but you have referred to small clubs who have historically struggled - well we all know why, so it wouldn't be a particularly enlightening or exciting watch.

    I did not say I thought we would never grace the bottom two divisions again, but thanks.

  3. #33

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by StraightOuttaCanton View Post
    All or Nothing is a concept owned by the NFL. Itíll probably be tied to Tottenhamís relationship with the NFL and the number of games a year being played at the stadium.

    Roger Goodell the NFL commissioner was in episode 2 or 3 visiting Levy
    Cheers

  4. #34

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    I'd watch a fly on the wall documentary of members of the CCMB filmed as they responding to others on this board ,wonder what they would be wearing ,and if they were dual screen users .

  5. #35

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    I'd watch a fly on the wall documentary of members of the CCMB filmed as they responding to others on this board ,wonder what they would be wearing ,and if they were dual screen users .
    Bog standard office gear, sadly just off the laptop today - liberties!

  6. #36

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Der Kaiser View Post
    Sorry, but I really don't think that watching a documentary series about how a club like, for example, Rochdale have managed to stay in the bottom two divisions for their entire existence (I think that's correct) would be particularly interesting? Surely everyone has a fair idea why that's happened - I can't imagine watching a documentary about fans moaning that they've been shafted their entire existence and watching some stressed exec run around looking for money would be enjoyable at all, nor particularly interesting.

    This is not to say I am anti small clubs, I love seeing them succeed - but for watching purposes, I fail to see how that would be enjoyable. Unless we are talking a Wycombe, or Forest Green for example, small clubs on the up - but you have referred to small clubs who have historically struggled - well we all know why, so it wouldn't be a particularly enlightening or exciting watch.

    I did not say I thought we would never grace the bottom two divisions again, but thanks.
    You said you could live a happy life with zero attachment to the bottom two divisions

    I am afraid thats wishful thinking as sunderland , pompey and Leeds, all bigger clubs than us , have recently been down there

    Some of the football player in league one and two is of a good standard

    Did you ever watch cardiff city in the old division 3 or 4 or as they are now called league one and two ?

    Its 17 years since we played at that level , I have no idea how old you are but a bad season and we could be back there

  7. #37

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Personally I find the dynamics between players I know of at a massive club, and a behind the scenes look at matchday before for example a massive Champions League game more interesting than seeing the struggles of a lower league club

  8. #38

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by delmbox View Post
    Personally I find the dynamics between players I know of at a massive club, and a behind the scenes look at matchday before for example a massive Champions League game more interesting than seeing the struggles of a lower league club
    Thats cool but lots of people are interested in the game at the grass roots level

    I saw a documentary on Leyton orient a few years back , it was gripping stuff

    Also a look at the decline of Bury , in the shadow of united and City

    The day to day struggles of simply surviving as a football club , not some arse arriving at the training ground in his porsche

  9. #39

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Thats cool but lots of people are interested in the game at the grass roots level

    I saw a documentary on Leyton orient a few years back , it was gripping stuff

    Also a look at the decline of Bury , in the shadow of united and City

    The day to day struggles of simply surviving as a football club , not some arse arriving at the training ground in his porsche
    Fine, each to their own but I don't want to watch a documentary about the Leyton Orient manager taking out the bins, I want to see what was going on at half time in the changing room after Liverpool went 3-0 up against Man City

  10. #40

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Der Kaiser View Post
    Bog standard office gear, sadly just off the laptop today - liberties!
    Underpants currently fresh not stained.

  11. #41

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    You said you could live a happy life with zero attachment to the bottom two divisions

    I am afraid thats wishful thinking as sunderland , pompey and Leeds, all bigger clubs than us , have recently been down there

    Some of the football player in league one and two is of a good standard

    Did you ever watch cardiff city in the old division 3 or 4 or as they are now called league one and two ?

    Its 17 years since we played at that level , I have no idea how old you are but a bad season and we could be back there
    Yes I did say that, as I don't particularly want city to get relegated any time soon, so yes I could live a long happy life without an attachment to those divisions - not really sure how you've read that and decided my small brain is incapable of realising that we probably will go down at some point.

    Yes some of it is good, most of it is dross, I've been to enough games in the bottom two divisions not involving city to have assembled that opinion.

    How long I've been a city fan isn't relevant, thanks for pointing out how relegation works. I thought we played in a closed system like MLS.

  12. #42

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    TV DOC producers would be hard pushed to find a better club than Cardiff City right now, we've had so much drama, highs and lows over the last few years. kit colour change, poor emiliano sala tragedy, NML today **** me I bet Netflixs are kicking themselves.

  13. #43

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Der Kaiser View Post
    Yes I did say that, as I don't particularly want city to get relegated any time soon, so yes I could live a long happy life without an attachment to those divisions - not really sure how you've read that and decided my small brain is incapable of realising that we probably will go down at some point.

    Yes some of it is good, most of it is dross, I've been to enough games in the bottom two divisions not involving city to have assembled that opinion.

    How long I've been a city fan isn't relevant, thanks for pointing out how relegation works. I thought we played in a closed system like MLS.
    I think its very relevant , we played some good football , sometimes great football , in the lower leagues and I was wondering how much you saw of it .

    If the case is you have seen a fair bit of lower league football then you will know that if we do go down and one day we might, hopefully we won't stay too long and in the process play some good football .

    I have no idea how small or big your brain is , that won't be determined till you donate your body to medical science .

  14. #44

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Whisperer View Post
    TV DOC producers would be hard pushed to find a better club than Cardiff City right now, we've had so much drama, highs and lows over the last few years. kit colour change, poor emiliano sala tragedy, NML today **** me I bet Netflixs are kicking themselves.
    Its like watching Dallas

    Without the tits

  15. #45

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Its like watching Dallas

    Without the tits
    Lol

  16. #46

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Its like watching Dallas

    Without the tits
    If we had signed peter crouch a few years back we would have had it all.....

  17. #47

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Whisperer View Post
    TV DOC producers would be hard pushed to find a better club than Cardiff City right now, we've had so much drama, highs and lows over the last few years. kit colour change, poor emiliano sala tragedy, NML today **** me I bet Netflixs are kicking themselves.
    Good point

  18. #48

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    I do like these fly on the wall documentaries about football clubs, but, having seen the makers of the Leeds one portray their implosion at the end of 18/19 as some sort of triumph, I'll give the series on them for last season a miss, although if anyone cares to post where and when our games against them feature, I may change my mind .

  19. #49

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Do you have to dominate every ****ing thread and take it off piste with your tedious anti Premier League bollocks, Sludge? Absolute clown. Why Mike puts up with it I donít know.

    Going back to the OP I watched the first two episodes last night. I found it good viewing but then Iíve always liked JM.

    Daniel Levy comes across a total **** in both episodes but that was to be expected.

  20. #50

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    I've only watched up to the episode where Eriksen is sold. My main takeaway is how much of an arsehole Danny Rose came across

  21. #51

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Llandaff Blue View Post
    I've only watched up to the episode where Eriksen is sold. My main takeaway is how much of an arsehole Danny Rose came across
    What a deli Ali.....classic modern footballer. Harry winks seems decent

  22. #52

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Llandaff Blue View Post
    I've only watched up to the episode where Eriksen is sold. My main takeaway is how much of an arsehole Danny Rose came across
    Just watched that episode. ****ing hell.

    DR started all confrontational, Jose gave him some home truths, DR throws a wobbly saying he was going to see Daniel (Levy) like heís going to back him over Jose

    What a bellend.

  23. #53

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Just watched that episode. ****ing hell.

    DR started all confrontational, Jose gave him some home truths, DR throws a wobbly saying he was going to see Daniel (Levy) like he’s going to back him over Jose

    What a bellend.
    You'll enjoy the bit about his loan move in a few episodes

  24. #54

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Llandaff Blue View Post
    You'll enjoy the bit about his loan move in a few episodes
    I was going to bed but Iím going up have to watch another episode now

  25. #55

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Watched up until the transfer one so far. Enjoyed it. My observations. The purple training kit and everyone walking around in purple sucks. The whole place seems to have a purple hue.

    Levy talking to Danny Rose about who's bid for him with a mouth full of eggs in front of the whole cafe, instead of in his office made me think it's not just the players who can be a bit un professional when it comes to demanding moves away. When Rose quizzed him on has he followed up Milan's interest was funny.

    Ben Davies seems to be a senior figure, sat with Eriksen and Kane. Harry Kane is boring as they come but a model professional.

    Also the camera revealed Jose when unpacking his belongings, has a signed photo of Vinnie Jones grabbing Gazzas balls. Signed by both men with personal messages to him it looks like. Proper collectors item.

  26. #56

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Whisperer View Post
    TV DOC producers would be hard pushed to find a better club than Cardiff City right now, we've had so much drama, highs and lows over the last few years. kit colour change, poor emiliano sala tragedy, NML today **** me I bet Netflixs are kicking themselves.
    Warnock would have been TV gold as well.
    Vincnt Tan as well.


    The malky text messages saga.

    Even going as far back as Sam Hammam

  27. #57

    Re: Anyone watching All or Nothing on Spurs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Der Kaiser View Post
    Sorry, but I really don't think that watching a documentary series about how a club like, for example, Rochdale have managed to stay in the bottom two divisions for their entire existence (I think that's correct) would be particularly interesting? Surely everyone has a fair idea why that's happened - I can't imagine watching a documentary about fans moaning that they've been shafted their entire existence and watching some stressed exec run around looking for money would be enjoyable at all, nor particularly interesting.

    This is not to say I am anti small clubs, I love seeing them succeed - but for watching purposes, I fail to see how that would be enjoyable. Unless we are talking a Wycombe, or Forest Green for example, small clubs on the up - but you have referred to small clubs who have historically struggled - well we all know why, so it wouldn't be a particularly enlightening or exciting watch.

    I did not say I thought we would never grace the bottom two divisions again, but thanks.
    What's the difference? They're both football clubs, there's drama at either one. I don't think the daily grind at Rochdale would be any less interesting than the millionaires at Spurs.

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