Arsenal’s Amazon documentary, All or Nothing, is due to be released this month and Jack Wilshere has been speaking about what it was like being at London Colney with the cameras everywhere.
Jack Wilshere is currently in talks with Arsenal over a return to coach one of Arsenal’s youth sides with both the u18 and u23 managers leaving to take up managerial roles with Crawley Town.
As Arsenal announced Gabriel Jesus, no doubt shortening their odds of a top four finish next season with GGBet Bookmaker ggonline.bet and sealing a return to the Champions League, Wilshere has been providing a look behind the scenes during the season just closed.
Wilshere told talkSPORT: “When I was there and you walk in the training ground, there are cameras everywhere but there were lights on them. If it was red the camera was on, if they were green they weren’t.”
“Yeah, you do [forget the cameras are there]. I remember having a few conversations with people and someone will give you a sign to let you know if the cameras are there.
“All the players had to sign something. I’m not sure what was in that but I’m sure if you’re really, really not happy with something then they’ll take it out.”
Wilshere was then asked if he thinks these sort of documentaries are a good thing. “I think so,” he replied.
“I’ve watched the past ones, including the Tottenham one and I enjoyed it.
“For the fans, you see a side of the players you don’t normally see, you see what they do every day. You go to a match on a Saturday but don’t see what they do during the week, how they prepare, and I think that’s good for them.”