Amazon cameras are at the moment following Metropolis boss Pep Guardiola and his workforce all through the 2017/18 season for a behind-the-scenes take a look at the moneyed membership in a deal mentioned to be value £10m. It’s anticipated to launch on the e-commerce large’s video service within the autumn.
However the collection will take an enormous hit if the cameras are unable to movie at one of many single largest video games on Metropolis’s calendar.
Fairly than a petty act, BBC Sport explains that United are merely unable to accommodate much more digicam crews and broadcasters than they’ve already granted tunnel entry to, that means there was little possibility however to disclaim the request from Metropolis and Amazon.
The report notes that as many as 23 totally different tv rights holders have made requests for the sport, leaving no room for Metropolis’s cameras. It’s mentioned that United choice makers really feel the tunnel space will already be too crowded and have given precedence to Premier League broadcast companions.
Amazon is just not a accomplice within the league’s £10bn broadcast settlement.
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It means the manufacturing crew engaged on the Metropolis documentary should consider a brand new approach to embrace the Manchester derby within the collection with out the supply of behind-the-scenes footage.
When it will definitely does seem on the Amazon Prime platform subsequent 12 months, it’s anticipated to be just like present collection following NFL franchises Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals.