Fans had feared the long-anticipated 'All or Nothing: Manchester City' would be unavailable in UAE, but it will be
Manchester City documentary will launch in UAE, delayed in Arabic
Manchester City fans in the region can breathe a sigh of relief - Amazon Prime’s much-hyped Manchester City documentary All or Nothing will indeed screen in the UAE, the rest of the Gulf, and over 200 countries worldwide as of tomorrow, Friday August 17, despite the fact that local Amazon Prime accounts have been showing the documentary as “not available in your location” for several weeks.
The club’s spokesman told us that the documentary would indeed be available in the UAE in English tomorrow, along with the rest of the world. Although Amazon’s website still shows All or Nothing: Manchester City as unavailable in this location, they assured us that this will lift at midnight. Viewers who wish to watch the show in Arabic, however, will have to wait until September 14 for the Arabic version of the documentary.
All Or Nothing: Manchester City will take viewers on a journey through the whole of Manchester City's double-winning 2017-18 season, with exclusive and unhindered access to the club’s world-leading training facilities at the City Football Academy, to interviews with the manager, boardroom meetings and other surprise moments across the season. It will include interviews and dressing room action with legendary coach Pep Guardiola, as well as the week-on-week stories that unfold within the lives of the players.
All Or Nothing: Manchester City is the latest addition to the award-winning All or Nothing series, and the club join the Arizona Cardinals, the Los Angeles Rams, the Dallas Cowboys, and the New Zealand All Blacks in the show’s catalogue of character-driven, sport-based documentary.