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Former Love Islander Siânnise suffered the incident while in CornwallThe former House of Fraser beauty counter worker has been keeping fans updated on her travels on social media, as she spends time in the sun with her family. Taking to her Instagram story last night, July 20, with her sister, Amber, Siânnise said she was 'kicking herself'.
In tribute to its subject, Arsenal: All or Nothing (Amazon Prime Video) cost a lot to assemble but ultimately disappoints. It follows the team through the 2021-22 season and is made by the same company that brought us fly-on-the-wall documentaries about Manchester City and Spurs. © Prime Video/Nicole Rodella Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta - Prime Video/Nicole Rodella
The show is aimed at a young market – almost every supporter interviewed is a millennial, and the chosen celebrity fan is YouTuber KSI. But while there are occasional moments to savour, the whole thing feels like a bland corporate exercise.
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The story writes itself. The team is out of the Champions League. Fans expect nothing less than a top-four finish, but the season gets off to a miserable start. Can manager Mikel Arteta and his young squad turn things around? Well, given that the season is over, we know the outcome. So the film-makers’ job is to hold our interest in other ways, by showing us what went on behind the scenes.
This mainly consists of filmed team talks, which do offer genuine insight into Arteta’s methods. Before the North London derby, he draws a love heart and a brain on his whiteboard, complete with arms, legs and smiley faces (it is left to the Arsenal photographer, Stuart MacFarlane, to fire up the team with a more rousing speech). Facing Leicester City away, he makes the players hold hands. Safe to say Arteta has not studied at the Brian Clough school of management.
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But aside from these moments, there are few revelations. A handful of players speak on camera, saying how much they respect the manager and love their mums. They include Bukayo Saka, who comes across as a sweet kid both in interviews and when he’s seen chatting to teammates in the canteen, where he enthuses about the rollercoasters at Thorpe Park and laments that he can no longer shop for a Waitrose meal deal without being mobbed.
But bad boy captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is not allowed anywhere near the cameras (at least in the three episodes available to review), which merely film him from afar as he arrives at training in his gold-wrapped Lamborghini or sits aloof in the dressing room wearing giant headphones. No-one is asked any searching questions. Instead we have to listen to Arsenal director Josh Kroenke smoothly talking about the club as just another asset in a billionaire’s portfolio.
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Emmerdale's Mark Charnock wants Harry Potter star to play Marlon's mum .
The Marlon Dingle star was speaking at a press event previewing Emmerdale's 50th anniversary The Dingle clan is arguably the most famous family in soapland. They spread far-and-wide with one of the best-loved being Marlon - played by actor Mark Charnock.