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Netflix fans slammed trailer for new documentary and outrageous ‘we don’t want to see this’


Netflix fans have slammed the new Euro 2021 finals trailer, calling the new show «unbelievably s***».

July 2021 was a devastating day for English football fans as the Euro trophy slipped from their grasp.

But the day wasn’t just marred by England’s loss as ugly scenes showed hoards of ticketless fans breaching security and forcing their way into the stadium.

According to AIPS reporter Chris Williams, the capacity of Wembley Stadium – which was set at 60,000 – was 5,000 more than 5,000.

Football fans slam new Netflix show over England’s Euro 2020 loss (pictured)

July 2021 was a devastating day for England football fans as the Euro 2020 title slipped from their grasp (pictured: Euro 2020 aftermath)

July 2021 was a devastating day for England football fans as the Euro 2020 title slipped from their grasp (pictured: Euro 2020 aftermath)

After Italy beat England on penalties, images emerged on social media of incidents taking place both outside and inside the stadium as ticketless fans piled in.

There were also violent scenes in London’s Leicester Square and Wembley before and after the penalty defeat.

On the day, police made 86 arrests, including 53 in Wembley, for a range of offenses including public order offences, ABH, drunk and disorderly conduct and criminal damage.

F1 driver Lando Norris was also left «shaken» after the event after being mugged for his £40,000 watch.

But English fans don’t want to see Netflix planning to repeat their loss and the violent scenes that erupted afterwards.

Many took to X (formerly Twitter) to express their frustration, with one football fan writing: ‘We don’t want to see this’.

«Looks incredibly gross,» wrote a second, while another asked: «Why do we have to relive this?»

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Another asked: «Can we have a Lioness success documentary instead?»

‘Shame. When the women’s team brought home gold for the first time in over 50 years and changed the game going forward,” added a third.

«We might have to wait another year for that, like we did in 2022.»

The day wasn't just marred by England's loss, the football match was also slowed down by ugly scenes of ticketless fans breaching security and breaking into the venue (pictured)

The day wasn’t just marred by England’s loss, the football match was also slowed down by ugly scenes of ticketless fans breaching security and breaking into the venue (pictured)

Football fans took to Twitter and many slammed the trailer before it even aired on the streaming platform

Football fans took to Twitter and many slammed the trailer before it even aired on the streaming platform

A third said: “Lots of England fans say they won’t watch it! I’m not interested! Probably embarrassed!’

«I still feel really bad about that day and it’s going to be hard to watch but we have to watch and learn from it, it felt like the 1980s riots at Wembley Way,» joked another.

“Who makes a documentary about an embarrassing sports loss,” asked one fan, while another shouted: “Disaster, you know. How dramatic…”

“I’m not sure which is worse. The actual subject of the document or a terrible comment during March,” the user stated.



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