Spurs Amazon Documentary?

Real_madyidd

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If City didn’t get it, with their whole impossibly funded sportswashing PR operation, we won’t. And they had successful things to focus on. Right now, internal drama is about the only thing that would make it watchable.

I don't get the impression that City are more commercially aware than Spurs. Just throwing money at something isn't exactly cunning.
 

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Sounds like a load of bollocks to me. “Spurs have notoriously tight contracts” compared to the rest of the premier league who sign their players up on a whim of a contract with no enforceable conditions or stipulations!
 

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I lol’d at “some players not going the extra mile”

How long til someone blames amazon for a shitty season?
Can’t have helped having a camera in the background during private squad moments (not sure how much of the season they’ve filmed though). These lot need as few distractions/hinderances as possible right now
 

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I don't get the impression that City are more commercially aware than Spurs. Just throwing money at something isn't exactly cunning.
Where did I say they were? The entire project at City is to sportswash a nation. It is PR in its purest form.
 

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I lol’d at “some players not going the extra mile”

How long til someone blames amazon for a shitty season?
Have they been filming already? If so, I’d say there’s an argument that it has had some negative influence.

It’s not a fly on the wall documentary. No such thing unless filmed secretly. As soon as cameras are introduced behind the scenes it changes the entire dynamic. Everyone becomes an actor worried about how they come across.
 

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Have they been filming already? If so, I’d say there’s an argument that it has had some negative influence.

It’s not a fly on the wall documentary. No such thing unless filmed secretly. As soon as cameras are introduced behind the scenes it changes the entire dynamic. Everyone becomes an actor worried about how they come across.
Thanks.
 

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Have they been filming already? If so, I’d say there’s an argument that it has had some negative influence.

It’s not a fly on the wall documentary. No such thing unless filmed secretly. As soon as cameras are introduced behind the scenes it changes the entire dynamic. Everyone becomes an actor worried about how they come across.
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I've been watching you secretly without you knowing...
 

Hoddle&Waddle

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Looks like most top Clubs will be getting the Amazon treatment.

Apparently they are filming at Liverpool at the moment.
 

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Not sure if this has been mentioned, but Jeff Bezos is considering buying an NFL team. The league owners want him to purchase the Seahawks, now that Paul Allen has passed. They are also pushing Denver his way.

However, what's not been mentioned is the NFL London opportunity. For now, I'm not completely clear on whether this will be a net-new team, or they plan to move an existing team over there, probably under new ownership. Not sure why I've heard the Chargers kicked around, as they are playing in a new stadium, so that'd be a bit odd.

Nevertheless, Bezos might be more interested in owning the London NFL team. Furthermore, as I've mentioned in the past, Bezos and Amazon are very intentional in their actions. Spurs were chosen for a reason for this documentary I believe. I think they want to take a good look under the hood at the business opportunity.

Amazon could end up being long-term Stadium naming rights partners, plus t-shirt sponsorship sometime in the future. Bezos, might want to own the NFL team that would play in the stadium named after his company. Furthermore, he may also want to own the team that currently plays there as well.

Might seem a bit tin-hatty, but should the above situation transpire, I wouldn't be remotely surprised.
 

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Not sure if this has been mentioned, but Jeff Bezos is considering buying an NFL team. The league owners want him to purchase the Seahawks, now that Paul Allen has passed. They are also pushing Denver his way.

However, what's not been mentioned is the NFL London opportunity. For now, I'm not completely clear on whether this will be a net-new team, or they plan to move an existing team over there, probably under new ownership. Not sure why I've heard the Chargers kicked around, as they are playing in a new stadium, so that'd be a bit odd.

Nevertheless, Bezos might be more interested in owning the London NFL team. Furthermore, as I've mentioned in the past, Bezos and Amazon are very intentional in their actions. Spurs were chosen for a reason for this documentary I believe. I think they want to take a good look under the hood at the business opportunity.

Amazon could end up being long-term Stadium naming rights partners, plus t-shirt sponsorship sometime in the future. Bezos, might want to own the NFL team that would play in the stadium named after his company. Furthermore, he may also want to own the team that currently plays there as well.

Might seem a bit tin-hatty, but should the above situation transpire, I wouldn't be remotely surprised.
Chargers have pretty much said that the London move is bollocks
 

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Can’t see it being too dramatic. We lose more often than we win these days and nobody at the club seems bothered about it.
 

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Not sure if this has been mentioned, but Jeff Bezos is considering buying an NFL team. The league owners want him to purchase the Seahawks, now that Paul Allen has passed. They are also pushing Denver his way.

However, what's not been mentioned is the NFL London opportunity. For now, I'm not completely clear on whether this will be a net-new team, or they plan to move an existing team over there, probably under new ownership. Not sure why I've heard the Chargers kicked around, as they are playing in a new stadium, so that'd be a bit odd.

Nevertheless, Bezos might be more interested in owning the London NFL team. Furthermore, as I've mentioned in the past, Bezos and Amazon are very intentional in their actions. Spurs were chosen for a reason for this documentary I believe. I think they want to take a good look under the hood at the business opportunity.

Amazon could end up being long-term Stadium naming rights partners, plus t-shirt sponsorship sometime in the future. Bezos, might want to own the NFL team that would play in the stadium named after his company. Furthermore, he may also want to own the team that currently plays there as well.

Might seem a bit tin-hatty, but should the above situation transpire, I wouldn't be remotely surprised.
Chargers makes no sense as they only just relocated to LA 2 years ago.

Bezos buying the Seahawks kind of makes sense because obviously Amazon are based in Seattle. But moving the team away makes no sense either. They're well supported in Seattle and it's a city/area with a large and population and huge amount of money and commercial opportunities.

As for the documentary being something to do with Bezos moving the Seahawks to London, were not the first team Amazon have done this with. There's several All or Nothing series already not just from football but other sports as well, so that angle doesn't really add up at all.
 
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