Amazon unveil trailer for ‘All or Nothing: Juventus’ docuseries

Amazon have offered fans a first look at their upcoming docuseries All or Nothing: Juventus, which will focus on I Bianconeri’s 2020/21 season.

Previous series involving Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Bayern Munich and the Brazilian national team have all been fascinating, and Juventus are the first Italian side to open their doors to the Amazon film crew.

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Amazon took to YouTube to unveil the first trailer of the series, which will offer fans a behind-the-scenes look at the 2020/21 season in all its turbulent glory.

After winning the Serie A title under Maurizio Sarri last season, Juventus opted for a change and hired legendary former midfielder Andrea Pirlo as their manager, and it’s safe to say that the Italian didn’t have an easy start to life in the dugout.

Juventus actually went unbeaten for their first 14 Serie A games, but the problem was that just six of those matches ended in victory for the Old Lady, who quickly found themselves playing catch-up to the likes of Inter and AC Milan.

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Pirlo has had a rocky debut year | Jonathan Moscrop/Getty Images

Things were so underwhelming that rumours of Pirlo’s potential departure started surfacing in October, just five games into Pirlo’s managerial tenure, with the return of Massimiliano Allegri suggested as a solution, but the former midfielder has managed to turn things around somewhat.

A change from a 3-5-2 to more of a flat 4-4-2 saw Pirlo steady the ship at the Allianz Stadium, and his side have slowly started to climb their way back into a title picture.

Away from the league, there have been plenty of memorable moments for Juventus fans to enjoy, not least the 3-0 win over Barcelona at Camp Nou which saw them seal top spot in their Champions League group.

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Ronaldo came out on top against Lionel Messi | David Ramos/Getty Images

As he so often does in Europe, Cristiano Ronaldo put the team on his back and powered his way through his former rivals, and things have been trending upwards ever since.

As of yet, there has been no mention of when this latest documentary will be released. All we know is that it is ‘coming in 2021’…obviously.

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