6 worst Arsenal moments Amazon’s All or Nothing documentary will expose

Arsenal’s 2021/22 season has not been for the faint of heart.

The Gunners faithful have endured every possible emotion under the sun, from disgust to optimism and eventually devastation in one of the most turbulent campaigns in memory. Mikel Arteta ’s young side exceeded all expectations by cementing a place in the Premier League’s top-five, but appear to have fallen short of securing Champions League football with just one game left.

And in a double-blow for Gooners everywhere, all of their most agonising moments have been captured by cameras for Amazon’s All or Nothing documentary, scheduled for release in August 2022. Daily Star Sport brings you the worst moments that Arsenal fans will have to re-live on screen.

Disastrous start

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Any hopes of Arteta’s young guns enjoying a tame season were dashed in the first three games. They were nowhere near prepared enough to face Brentford in their Premier League-opener, being out-muscled and hustled into a 2-0 defeat at the newly-promoted club’s ground back in August.

They then lost 2-0 at home to rivals Chelsea and suffered a 5-0 drubbing at the Etihad, where Granit Xhaka received a straight-sending off for a flying tackle. That was the first sign of what was to come.

2-1 loss at Everton

Arsenal were able to find their feet throughout the autumn months as they put together a winning streak. But all of their progress seemingly vanished at Goodison Park in December.

Arteta’s side appeared shell-shocked against a lacklustre Everton team as Richarlison had two goals chalked off due to offside. Despite going 1-0 up, Arsenal went into full meltdown mode by conceding two goals late on, including a Demarai Gray screamer in the 92nd minute.

Aubameyang saga

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s decline after signing his new contract was baffling and sudden. But the manner in which the striker’s time in north London came to an end was even more jolting.

Aubameyang was exiled from the first-team squad, stripped of his captaincy and forced to train alone after a reported issue arose behind the scenes with Arteta. The pair's sour relationship could be a huge feature of the Amazon documentary as one of the leading dressing room stars was forced to leave for Barcelona in January.

Red card merchants

Arsenal’s unlucky New Year’s Day defeat to Man City sparked a woeful run of form. The loss saw centre-back Gabriel sent off which kicked off a bizarre trend where the Gunners picked up three red cards from their next five matches.

In that run, they were knocked out of the FA Cup and Carabao Cup by Nottingham Forest and Liverpool respectively. Opposition fans mocked the comical scenes as Thomas Partey was flown back from AFCON early to cover for the suspended Xhaka amid a hectic fixture list, only for the Ghanaian to receive his own marching orders after coming on as a substitute.

North London Derby

Undoubtedly Arsenal’s worst moment of the season. The Gunners’ pursuit of a top-four finish was still in their own hands until they pressed self-destruct in the north London derby.

Several dubious refereeing decisions and a brilliant Spurs performance saw the Gunners meltdown in their biggest game of the season. An early penalty followed by Rob Holding’s sending off meant Spurs were able to cruise to a 3-0 victory.

The scenes recorded in the Arsenal dressing room will be a sight to behold after a match which shifted the momentum in the battle for top-four.

Dreams over?

Arteta’s men were no doubt nursing a hangover from the north London derby as they turned up to St. James’ Park a shadow of their former selves. They were dominated from start to finish by the formerly relegation-battling side.

A second-half Ben White own goal and Bruno Guimaraes strike left Arsenal’s Champions League hopes in tatters. All of their hard work for the season was undone by a lacklustre end to the campaign as a result of injuries and inexperience.

The pain among Arsenal players and staff will be clear to see once All or Nothing is available to stream. And it will surely still hurt by the time it's released late in the summer.

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