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The Gags Tandon Show: Mental Reunion

The Gags Tandon Show: Mental Reunion

The second show of the week has Gags welcoming AI old timers John Ritchie and Simon Brundish as they discuss everything under the Sun from Salah to FSG to Moreno to strikers! It's all here and non-stop on what feels like an old skool AI Podcast!
The Runner Podcast: Episode 48​ - The return and fall of The King

The Runner Podcast: Episode 48​ - The return and fall of The King

Sachin Nakrani is joined by Jim Boardman and Steven Scragg for the third episode in The Runner's series looking back at the reign of previous managers and this time it's all about Kenny Dalglish and his full season back in the charge at Anfield - the 2011/12 campaign. The lads reflect on a mixed period in Liverpool's recent history, one in which they won one cup final, lost another and suffered a severe dip in the league. This was also the season that contained arguably the ugliest episode since Heysel - the Luis Suarez-Patrice Evra affair. T-shirts at Wigan, no handshake at Old Trafford, and ultimately Dalglish - The King - being sacked. It's a packed show full of insight and emotion, so get listening.
The Gags Tandon Show: Talking Mohamed Salah with Gabriele Marcotti

The Gags Tandon Show: Talking Mohamed Salah with Gabriele Marcotti

Gags Tandon welcomes Gabriele Marcotti back onto Anfield Index Podcasts to discuss another player bought from Serie A: Mohamed Salah. They discuss all things Salah, his style, will he fit into Klopp's system? They also discuss previous signings from Serie A and also discuss Liverpool's striker options too. All this and more on The Gags Tandon Show.

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The On The Box Podcast: Discussing The Leftovers

The On The Box Podcast: Discussing The Leftovers

Gags Tandon and Joe Connors team up once again to discuss a series that recently ended: The Leftovers! They go through a short spoiler section and then discuss their favourites from the show and their performances. They also discuss the main story arcs and the mysteries that were never answered! They end by discussing the series finale and last scene! All this and more... On The Box!
The AI Comic Pod: Episode 40 - Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 Review

The AI Comic Pod: Episode 40 - Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 Review

James Gunn returns with both barrels locked and fully loaded, to deliver another awesome adventure. Rory and Stu review this years most anticipated release. We are Groot.
On The Box Podcast: FRIENDS

On The Box Podcast: FRIENDS

Gags Tandon is joined by Joe Connors and Mike Williams once again but this time they are covering the blockbuster TV sitcom from the past... FRIENDS! The guys talk their favourite characters, odd facts and discuss much, much more about the show!
On The Box Podcast: What We Are Watching On The Box

On The Box Podcast: What We Are Watching On The Box

Gags Tandon is joined by Joe Connors to discuss what they're currently watching on TV, what they'd recommend to the viewers after what they've already watched in 2017 and finally what they're looking forward to with the shows that are coming in the second half of 2017! All this and more On The Box!

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AI Legends Podcast: Discussing Jamie Carragher

AI Legends Podcast: Discussing Jamie Carragher

Myself, Joe and Harinder talk about one of our favorites, Jaime Carragher. His LFC career, what kind of person/player he is, international career, some funny stories along the way and how he doesn't get enough credit for the player he was!
AI Legends Podcast: Discussing Kenny Dalglish

AI Legends Podcast: Discussing Kenny Dalglish

Joe, Dave and Jan talk about the King himself!! His playing career at Celtic and Liverpool. His role in Hillsborough and how great of a man he is. All that and more in this episode of Legends.
AI Legends Podcast: Discussing Thierry Henry

AI Legends Podcast: Discussing Thierry Henry

On another Legends podcast Stevie and Joe talk everything Thierry Henry. Was he Arsenal's best ever, PL best player ever? Did Arsenal win enough with the team they had? What kind of player was Henry? We talk his whole career from Monaco to NY Red Bulls.
Deuce Bags Podcast: Episode 7 - French Open Preview

Deuce Bags Podcast: Episode 7 - French Open Preview

In the relaunch episode of Deuce Bags, Bijon and debutant Shankar (@shankarmony) join the host Srikanth to talk about the big news items in Tennis The Panel discusses the return of Sharapova and also Federer's pull out. This is followed by a discussion on Nadal and his resurgence. The group talks about the interesting Djokovic and Agassi combination and how that might play out. The podcast ends with looking at the draw and predictions..

Liverpool FC Articles

Time For Firmino To Break The Curse Of Liverpool’s No.9 Shirt

Time For Firmino To Break The Curse Of Liverpool’s No.9 Shirt

There are a few iconic shirt numbers that you associate with Liverpool Football Club, with both No. 7 and No. 9 very much the standouts. James Milner currently occupies the former once worn majestically by Kenny Dalglish and Luis Suarez, much to the dismay of many who want a more glamorous player donning it, but the latter has been vacant for a year. That is until this week, when it was confirmed that Roberto Firmino would take the honour, with the …
Scouting Andy Robertson - Hull's Marauding Fullback

Scouting Andy Robertson - Hull's Marauding Fullback

With a vast amount of commotion and furore going on, you’d be forgiven for thinking the transfer window lasted all of two weeks. But, in fact, it does last substantially longer than the eleven days it’s been open in England thus far, and as such, deals will likely materialise over the coming month from virtually out of nowhere. One of those deals will likely involve a left-back, especially if the recent reports from The Liverpool Echo, Melissa Reddy and Paul …
How Will Mohamed Salah Fare at Liverpool?

How Will Mohamed Salah Fare at Liverpool?

In the most recent edition of the Gags Tandon Show, Gabriele Marcotti, from both ESPN and The Times, featured as the guest: profiling Mohamed Salah and discussing potential concerns that Liverpool fans may have. For many Liverpool fans, their main concern is why Mohamed Salah, a player that could not establish himself at Chelsea is now one of Liverpool's primary targets, and, by extension, is he of the quality Liverpool need to improve in order to build towards those Premier …
Welcome to Liverpool: Mohamed Salah

Welcome to Liverpool: Mohamed Salah

Liverpool have officially completed the signing of Mohamed Salah from Roma. The Egyptian international, who registered 15 goals and 11 assists last season for the Giallorossi, joins Liverpool for a fee believed to be £34m before add ons, after back and forth negotiations between the two clubs and will be wearing the number 11 shirt previously worn by Roberto Firmino. Salah represents the first proper foray into the transfer market in what will be a pivotal summer for Liverpool and Jürgen …
What should Liverpool fans expect from Mohamed Salah?

What should Liverpool fans expect from Mohamed Salah?

Securing a top-four finish last season represented real progress for Liverpool, but the Reds’ inability to sustain a title challenge highlighted the need for more quality to be added to their squad. Step forward Mohamed Salah, with the lightning-fast Egyptian international winger arriving at Anfield for the princely sum of £34m and looking to show Premier League audiences just what he is capable of. Little time has passed since the 25-year-old endured a frustrating 13-game spell at Chelsea, but his …
Do Liverpool need a new striker?

Do Liverpool need a new striker?

The 2016/17 season was, broadly speaking, a successful one. Attaining Champions League football was the bare minimum for a 'successful season', but under Klopp's leadership, the team did so. In the process, Liverpool scored 78 goals in the league, at an average of just over two per game. Coutinho and Mané both scored 13 in the league, whilst Roberto Firmino contributed with 11. Whilst it is a positive that the goalscoring burden is shared across the forward line, what Liverpool …
Crucial Summer Ahead for Sheyi Ojo

Crucial Summer Ahead for Sheyi Ojo

Liverpool youngster Sheyi Ojo is set for a defining summer after undergoing a disappointing 2016/17 campaign that saw him fail to establish himself under Jurgen Klopp. Breaking through the ranks in 2015/16, Ojo has since drifted between Liverpool’s Under-23's and the first team setup – though predominantly in terms of training rather than appearances. Despite lots of hype about what he could offer the side, the 19-year-old has struggled to establish a role for himself during Klopp’s first season at …
The quest for a new defender

The quest for a new defender

Liverpool have some stunning players in their team at the moment. From Phillippe Coutinho terrifying defenders and midfielders alike to Sadio Mane outstripping pretty much anyone in front of him, their front 5 could easily be part of a title challenging team. Although Klopp has achieved high finishes, a Europa League final appearance and guaranteed Champion's League football next season, there is one of area of his team that seems to be something of a black hole - defence. To …
Why Liverpool FC Shouldn't Get Shirty About Salah

Why Liverpool FC Shouldn't Get Shirty About Salah

A very tentative welcome to Mohamed Salah then. At the time of writing the Egyptian has all-but signed a four year contract for the Reds and I know we’ve been here before, but this could actually be a proper signing. We’ve made a bid and everything. It looks like he’ll cost a little more than Sadio Mane but God knows what represents a good fee these days. I’m still struggling to see how Jordan Ibe cost Bournemouth £15,000,000. Don’t get …
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Would Be A Shrewd Piece of Business

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Would Be A Shrewd Piece of Business

With Arsenal stalling on a new deal for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Liverpool are among a number of clubs linked with a summer move. That’s caused somewhat of a stir from the fan-base, with the reaction varying from apprehension to excitement. Joining Southampton at the age of seven, Chamberlain propelled himself into the first-team picture in 2010, making his debut at the age of 16. An impressive campaign in which he scored nine times while assisting the same number in 34 games …
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