Liverpool FC is in discussions to appear in a behind-the-scenes documentary with a number of media outlets, according to Bloomberg Business.
It is not the first time the Reds have been desired by film makers to be the subject of a documentary.
Back in 2o12, under manager Brendan Rogers, the Anfield club was the subject of a documentary called Being: Liverpool.
Again in 2018, the club was approached to record and share the story of Liverpool, but this time it was Jurgen Klopp holding the reigns.
The German manager reportedly turned down a behind-the-scenes documentary approach from Amazon’s ‘All or Nothing’ series.
Bloomberg report that Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group have declined to comment at this time.
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Arsenal, Juventus, and other clubs have starred in their own specialised ‘All or Nothing series’, which were immensely popular amongst football fans.
It is likely that Liverpool’s potential documentary will be in a similar style and vision.
Media companies like Netflix Inc., Amazon, and Walt Disney Co. have all previously been involved with producing documenatries on English clubs.
These companies have previously commissioned films about clubs such as Sunderland, Manchester City, Arsenal, Tottenham, Newcastle United, and Wrexham.
It would be very interesting, educational, and perhaps even inspiring to see and hear a Jurgen Klopp half-time speech.
Perhaps the German declined Amazon’s invitation lest he give away his managerial secrets.
From a fan’s perspective, we hope that Liverpool do agree to a documentary that reveals what happens behind closed doors at a club like Liverpool.