Former Arsenal and Chelsea star Nicolas Anelka getting his own Netflix documentary

first_img Full Screen Advertisement Phil HaighWednesday 27 Mar 2019 10:39 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link62Shares Anelka won the Premier League with Chelsea in 2010 (Picture: Getty Images)Given the ups and downs of Anelka’s career, during which he was given the nickname ‘Le Sulk’ the documentary is bound to be an entertaining watch when it lands in 2020.MORE: Jose Mourinho is interested in Lyon or Monaco as his next role in managementMORE: Marcus Rashford makes decision on £100m Barcelona transfer Nicolas Anelka was at Arsenal from 1997-99 (Picture: Arsenal FC via Getty Images)There will also be plenty of famous faces discussing the career of the enigmatic Frenchman, with Paul Pogba, Patrice Evra, Arsene Wenger, Thierry Henry all involved.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT PLAY Video Settings 1 min. storycenter_img Former Arsenal and Chelsea star Nicolas Anelka getting his own Netflix documentary Netflix have picked out a former Arsenal and Chelsea man for their latest documentary (Picture: Getty Images)Netflix have announced that Nicolas Anelka will be the subject of a documentary which will be available on the streaming service next year.As part of the same series that has seen ‘Antoine Griezmann: The Making of a Legend’ come to Netflix, Anelka will be getting the same treatment as his compatriot.Rio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starVariety explain that the documentary: ‘Sheds light on the world of professional soccer and draws an intimate portrait of Anelka, discussing his childhood, faith, his experience at the Real Madrid, his troubled history with the French coaches, his banning from the World Cup in South Africa, among other things.’ Advertisement Comment About Connatix V67539 Anelka won the Premier League with Arsenal in 1998 and with Chelsea in 2010.The 40-year-old played for 12 clubs over a controversy-filled career, also performing for the likes of Liverpool, Real Madrid, Juventus and PSG.last_img

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