IMDB page ‘hacked’ with Arsenal All or Nothing documentary brutally mocked

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IMDB's website has been hacked by a prankster who changed the description for Arsenal's upcoming 'All or Nothing' documentary.

Arsenal are currently bottom of the Premier League after a poor start to the 21/22 campaign.

Mikel Arteta's side were put to the sword by Manchester City on Saturday lunchtime as City breached the Arsenal back-line five times.

And the Gunners are the latest side to be featured on Amazon Prime's 'All or Nothing' series which has also provided an insight into Pep Guardiola's side and Tottenham.

But following Arsenal's start to the season, a prankster has changed the description of the upcoming documentary on IMDB.

It read: "In Amazon's third instalment of 'All or Nothing', we uncover the pathetic downfall of North London's 2nd biggest club. No European football, no faith, just vibes."

Arsenal's talisman Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was featured as a "washed-up striker," and it had been placed under the comedy category.

The storyline has since been changed back to: "Amazon Prime Video's next instalment of the popular sports docu-series follows the London-based football club Arsenal over the 2021-22 season."

Amazon are currently following Arsenal throughout the season, and the documentary is set to be released next summer.

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However, by the time the documentary comes out, there could be a new man in the Gunners hot seat.

Fans are calling for Arteta's head, and #Artetaout was trending on Twitter following their loss to City.

Arsenal travel to Norwich after the international break, and like the Gunners, the Canaries are yet to get off the mark for the season.

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