All or Nothing: Manchester City (2018) - Reality-TV, Sport

Hohum Score

19

Watchable

Legendary coach Pep Guardiola leads his premiership football team through the 2017/18 season.

IMDB: 8.3
Director:
Stars: Sergio Agüero, Txiqui Beguiristain
Length: 50 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 2 out of 49 found boring (4.08%)

One-line Reviews (20)

It was thrilling to see how Pep started his journey with City and prepares his team before every single match no matter how challenging the opponent is.

Fascinating .

I would rather watch paint dry.

This is a fascinating documentary into modern football.

If you're an avid football fan this is worth watching, and I believe will soon be done by most big clubs around Europe.

I mean all soccer fans should watch, it's truly fascinating.

Fascinating to watch a renowned manager manage a team of very expensively assembled footballers.

As a person involved in the tactical side of football seeing a genius like Guardiola work is fascinating and gives me a greater perception on why he is the best manager in the world at the moment.

Truly fascinating.

Watching fan favourite Sergio Aguero rattling around his apartment, clearly bored and lonely, was fascinating and strangely sad.

so so emotional and thrilling ...

Fascinating and gripping, speaking as a City fan.

22 grown men chasing a bag of wind boring zzzzzz .

A outstanding documentary, brilliantly produced and absolutely fascinating from the first episode to the last.

Historic and thrilling.

It's so fascinating to look into the Manchester city locker room.

Every scene featuring Guardiola is hugely watchable and often gripping.

That said it's fascinating to watch how Pep and his team work; in the modern day of ultra athletes.

For football players or fans though, it should turn out to be something informative, enjoyable and worth the time.

Back room/lockers room talks, preparation before the match and the celebration afterwards is exciting.