Manchester City's treble winning documentary is out now; what it will show

The Man City documentary is available on Netflix now, with six episodes in total.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Manchester City's new documentary is out now on Netflix.
Manchester City's new documentary is out now on Netflix.
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Manchester City has a new documentary that was released today on the biggest streaming service in the world, Netflix. The documentary will cover Manchester City's journey to the historic treble they won last season. The documentary has six episodes, with each episode running around 40 minutes long. Some of the material that the documentary will include is behind-the-scenes footage and glimpses of players training. It will also show the reactions of Pep Guardiola and the players about certain situations throughout the seasons, like a loss, controversial topics that came across from the media and triumphs like the three titles they won last season: the Premier League, the FA Cup, and the Champions League.

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Manchester City correspondent for the Athletic, Sam Lee, wrote a review of the Manchester City documentary from Netflix. One thing the documentary didn't hide was the reaction of the players and staff about the 115 breaches the club received. It is a topic many football fans talk about to discredit Manchester City with their achievements, and to this day, it is still unknown what the Premier League will do to punish the club.

Guardiola spoke after the charges became public and told his players, "First, every single game now, starting today, when we are together before the referee starts the game, you hug each other in the center circle, close to the referee and the opponents; Somebody, it doesn’t matter who, start to talk. You look each other in the eyes and say that we are going to win every single game, or at least try. Second, I love this club. Don’t tell me why. Everything we have won, guys, has been on the pitch, always. I love the club. I love you, too. Let’s go."

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Erling Haaland played videogames before the Champions League final

Many football fans on X reacted to a part of the documentary that left everyone surprised. Before the Champions League final against Inter Milan. Erling Haaland was playing a popular videogame called "GTA" before the club's biggest game. Haaland also showed a strong mentality during halftime of the Champions League final and ensured belief in himself and his teammates.

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