West Ham star and fan favorites to appear in new Amazon documentary

West Ham United star and fan favorite Thilo Kehrer is set to appear in a new Amazon documentary following yesterday’s announcement.

Most West Ham fans know very little about Kehrer when the club moved to sign the defender from Paris Saint-Germain.

Kehrer entered the final year of his contract in Paris meaning West Ham were able to secure the Germany international for just £10m.

And that already looks like one of the summer deals, not just for West Ham, but across the Premier League.

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Much says Kehrer’s performance so far that despite missing a penalty on his debut in Prem, and scoring an own goal against arch-rivals Tottenham, he is indeed a favorite for West Ham.

Kehrer’s speed, passing, enthusiasm, desire and positional play have impressed West Ham fans so far.

The 25-year-old has already given several game performances after being thrown straight into the event 24 hours after signing for the Hammers.

It’s not just on the field where Kehrer has already made an impact.

manager David Moyes was totally amazed at what natural leader Kehrer did behind the scenes at West Ham.

Now Hammers supporters will be able to see exactly what Moyes is talking about.

Because West Ham star and fan favorite Kehrer is set to appear in a new Amazon documentary following yesterday’s announcement.

Amazon has chosen the German national team as the subject of their upcoming documentary, All or Nothing, and will follow the team’s preparations for the upcoming Qatar 2022 World Cup.

The documentary is due out in the spring of 2023. And if Kehrer and Germany win the championship this winter, the cameras will document the team’s return to the top of the world as they strive for a fifth star.

Providing Kehrer stays fit and injury-free, he’s totally guaranteed to be in the documentary.

The new West Ham star is a favorite of Germany coach Hansi Flick, who has used Kehrer more than any other player since taking charge from Joachim Low.

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Following the announcement, the former Bayern Munich director said: “The Amazon team supports us extensively and offers many exclusive insights into our operations…

“Our biggest challenge is still with the World Cup. It will be tough and emotional and hopefully it will be successful in the end.

“We all go and want to go with him to make the documentary possible for fans. “

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