The (Un)Real Daily: TheSportsRush brings exclusive details about Netflix’s 10-part documentary on Jose Mourinho’s rants during press conferences.
After Amazon Prime’s documentary on Manchester City’s title-winning campaign, Netflix has decided to cover the red side of Manchester. The online platform is set to make a 10-part documentary on Jose Mourinho’s rants in the first two months of the 2018/19 season.
The series will be a Netflix original, and is titled “The Greatest Meltdown.” Every episode of the series is over 40-minutes long. Netflix has stated that they will stress upon the intricacies of each Mourinho meltdown in the series.
A member of Netflix crew has revealed exclusive details about the 10-part series.
“The first episode will be on Mourinho’s relationship with Anthony Martial, which will be narrated by Morgan Freeman. We did it on intention, because Martial is not a free-man. Get it?” a person who didn’t want to be named because we later hit him for making such a terrible joke, said.
“We have shot every episode, bar the second one. In the second episode, we have stressed upon Mourinho’s comments on his youth players during pre-season and for this, we called his best friend and youth player expert Arsene Wenger for narration. The problem is, he is still narrating. It is difficult.
“The third episode is an insight into Mourinho’s rants after the Tottenham Hotspur game. The one where he stands up and states that he won three titles in England. The official trophy polisher of Jose Mourinho’s household reveals interesting details on his behaviour at the press conference. What? You didn’t know Mourinho has a trophy polisher?”
The 10-part series will be released when media would start focusing on more important topics in football. According to sources close to Netflix, the release date would be 30 February, 2019.
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