Amazon's crew filmed a heated row between Tottenham left back Danny Rose and manager Jose Mourinho last season after the he dropped from the team, with the defender storming out of his office.
Rose struggled for game time under the Portuguese boss following his arrival in November – starting just one Premier League game in a 1-0 defeat to Liverpool in January – and ended up joining Newcastle on loan shortly after.
The outspoken star has failed to nail down a regular spot in the first team in recent years and threatened to wind down the last 18 months of his contract and leave for nothing after Daniel Levy's failed attempts to sell him last summer. After Mourinho replaced Mauricio Pochettino, he had hoped to turn over a new leaf.
Danny Rose requests a meeting with Jose Mourinho in Tottenham's Amazon documentary
The outspoken star tells the Portuguese boss he is far from happy with his lack of playing time
Amazon's crew filmed the row inside Mourinho's office in episode five of the documentary
The left back eventually joined Newcastle United on loan in pursuit of more opportunities
But the England international – who is one of the longest-serving players at the club having joined in 2007 – continued to be frustrated. Mourinho quickly took a liking to Spurs youngster Japhet Tanganga, who emerged as the first choice left back after an impressive run of form.
Rose had been picked to start in one of the biggest games of the season against the Reds, but left Mourinho unimpressed with his performance and was hauled off after 69 minutes.
In episode five of Tottenham's All or Nothing documentary, Rose asked to speak with the head coach after being left out of the next handful of games and demanded to know what the 'problem' was.
Mourinho picked him to start against Liverpool but was left unimpressed by his performance
Youngster Japhet Tanganga emerged as first choice left back after some consistent displays
Rose threatened to stay at home if he didn't get more minutes on the pitch, saying: 'Gaffer, I just want to know exactly what the problem is.
When Mourinho asked what he means, the defender replied: 'You know exactly what I mean, how I'm being treated. I was very excited when you came as manager, but if you don't want me to play, I'd rather you just tell me now, and I'll stay at home, and I'll train at home.'
Mourinho explained to Rose that he picked him for the Liverpool game after impressing him in training but was left disappointed with his display – admitting Tanganga's consistency left him with no choice but to keep starting