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Jumpers for Goalposts: Ronnie Moran 1934-2017

Jumpers for Goalposts: Ronnie Moran 1934-2017

With the passing of Liverpool legend Ronnie Moran on the 22nd March 2017 - Jan talks of Ronnie's career at Liverpool FC. This podcast is an obituary for the Liverpool FC legend that was Ronnie Moran.
Episode 148: The Champions League Table

Episode 148: The Champions League Table

The Champions League draw! Arsenal capitulating! Mourinho pantomiming! It’s all about the outside observations this week as host Marco Lopes (@FootyML) discusses some perspectives outside of Liverpool FC with Guardian wordsmith Sachin Nakrani (@SachinNakrani), and Anfield Index veteran James Fishlock (@JimFish286). The lads discuss the memories of glorious Champions League knockout ties of old, debate the merits of being Arsenal, speculate on the future of Arsene Wenger, consider the run-in for Mourinho’s morose Mancs… and even find a moment to discuss the merits of using a old fashioned piece of paper to help you figure out how to sing along at Anfield! All this and more… it’s the Anfield Index Podcast!
AI Under Pressure Podcast: Analysing City 1 Liverpool 1

AI Under Pressure Podcast: Analysing City 1 Liverpool 1

Gags Tandon is back to host the AI Under Pressure Podcast and he is joined by the rest of the A Team: Dan Rhodes, Dan Kennett and Simon Brundish! They discuss the on-ball stats, off-ball stats and a have a discussion about Raheem Sterling. There are tangents a plenty and lots of discussion on the penalties, the misses and everything else from the end to end game at the Etihad.
The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 28 - Unsung Heroes

The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 28 - Unsung Heroes

Andy Wales talks to Jon about one of LFC's biggest unsung heroes. Despite helping to take Liverpool to great heights, he never quite got the acclaim he deserved. With an eye to the future, Andy predicts who in the current squad could go on to do something special.

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The On The Box Podcast: Sneaky Pete

The On The Box Podcast: Sneaky Pete

Gags Tandon is back with The On The Box Podcast! This week he invites Jim Fishlock to discuss the Amazon Video smash hit: Sneaky Pete! Gags and Jim discuss the story of the show, what they loved about it and discuss the performances of each of the characters! All this and more On The Box!
AI Comic Pod: Episode 35 - Logan Preview

AI Comic Pod: Episode 35 - Logan Preview

Logan is the next and final chapter in the Wolverine trilogy so Marco Lopes joins our own Stu to preview what is sure to be one of the smash hit movies of the year. You won't need Adamantium claws to slash your way through all this comic-related knowledge.
AI Comic Pod: Episode 34 - An Introduction to DC Rebirth

AI Comic Pod: Episode 34 - An Introduction to DC Rebirth

The time is finally here for the comic pod to do a pod about comics! Stu is joined by Joseph Connors - our resident comic expert - to tell you about the recent DC Rebirth event, the New 52 fiasco and talk about the first title in this series... Aquaman! If you want to hear two very excited comic fans talk about DCs latest great idea then you want to listen to this latest episode!
The On The Box Podcast: CHUCK

The On The Box Podcast: CHUCK

Gags Tandon is back with a nostalgia special as the focus of the On The Box Podcast this week is cult classic: CHUCK! He is joined by two other Chuckaholics in Simon Brundish and Marco Lopes as they discuss exactly why you, the listener, should be watching Chuck, the reasons why it resonated with many and then they discuss the cast from the show and what they thought of each and every one of them! All this and more... On The Box!

Sport Podcasts

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: Bland TV

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: Bland TV

In this week's episode of the Pro Wrestling Index, Andy Wales was joined by Guy Drinkel to talk about this week's Raw and Smackdown. They also took on some listener questions, that included the Hardy's and which match should close WrestleMania.
Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: WWE Fast Lane Review

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: WWE Fast Lane Review

On this week's show, Andy Wales and Mo Chatra reviewed the Fastlane pay per view, as well as look at Raw, Smackdown and give their thoughts on Rick Rude being inducted into the Hall of Fame
Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: WWE Fast Lane Preview

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: WWE Fast Lane Preview

On this week's show, Andy Wales and Mo Chatra were joined by Dave Hendrick to preview this weekends Fastlane pay per view and discuss the current goings on within WWE, including thoughts on Beth Phoenix being inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: Botchamania!

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: Botchamania!

Andy Wales and Mo Chatra have company this week with Maffew Gregg of the world-famous Botchamania joining the boys. The latest news, including The Rock calling CM Punk at Raw, is discussed and Maffew is then quizzed about all things Botchamania. Expect some Geordie talk too!

Liverpool FC Articles

Mr Liverpool - Ronnie Moran

Mr Liverpool - Ronnie Moran

It’s never easy writing a tribute when someone’s no longer around. You think of all the things you want to say or should have said such that should the person you’re writing about read it, they’d do so with a smile on their face until the very last word. Writing when the person's gone only leaves a hollow that forever will remain empty. The smiling, shining demeanour of Ronnie Moran is one that will stay forever. 44 trophies over 50 …
Liverpool's Champions League Fate Is In Their Own Hands

Liverpool's Champions League Fate Is In Their Own Hands

Liverpool continued their unbeaten record against the top six sides on Sunday in a thrilling and frantic 1-1 draw with Manchester City at the Etihad. James Milner opened the scoring from the spot to give the perfect response to the surprisingly hostile reception he received at his former club, before Sergio Aguero equalised from a low cross into the box by Kevin de Bruyne. The Reds had a golden chance to take all the spoils when Roberto Firmino squared for …
No Communication Breakdown At Anfield

No Communication Breakdown At Anfield

Late to the party, as ever, it was only last night that this columnist had the joy of seeing Denis Villeneuve's Arrival. Obviously, the beauty of the cinematography and profundity of the film's themes were the things that continued to resonate on this morning's drive to work, but yesterday, as I watched Amy Adams' linguist try to decipher the complex language and symbology of the visiting heptapods, I was struck by how disappointing it is to see former interpreter, Jose Mourinho, still …
3 Players That Jurgen Klopp Can Bring To Anfield With Club’s 150m Transfer Budget

3 Players That Jurgen Klopp Can Bring To Anfield With Club’s 150m Transfer Budget

After failing to qualify for Europe top-tier last season, Liverpool were not able to sign star players in the summer transfer window at the start of the season but they are in a decent to quality for the Champions League next season and this might see the Reds spend big at the end of the season. According to latest reports making the rounds, Jurgen Klopp will be given mouth-watering £150m to bring new additions to the club at the end …
Liverpool and Manchester City: Similarities and Momentum

Liverpool and Manchester City: Similarities and Momentum

This is the story of two sides. One is full of quality throughout their starting XI. It’s brimming with pace and verve on the occasions when everything works, yet with a soft underbelly and a stuttering approach to the game when things run the other way. They’re more than capable of going on a run to fire them up the league, but are somehow riveted with doubts and mental weakness when the going gets tough. Understandable, given that their manager …
With Klopp, Guardiola And Mourinho, Who Needs Footballers?

With Klopp, Guardiola And Mourinho, Who Needs Footballers?

Predictably, there's been quite the response to Liverpool's away point at the Etihad on Sunday evening. As ever, one needed to be circumspect in one's choice of outlet for news/opinion, as so much of what is uttered about the Redmen can be discounted as either one-eyed agenda-driven guff or bland anodyne piffle. Equally predictably, this column will eschew the divisive in-house stuff and try to mine some rare delight from the weekend's proceedings, even if it must be by way …
A Big Summer Ahead for Klopp

A Big Summer Ahead for Klopp

Since the turn of the year, Liverpool have been inconsistent at best; the Reds have played well in getting results against the big teams (beating Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur, and taking points off Chelsea and Manchester United), but have struggled against the lower-ranked sides (losing to Swansea City and Hull, failing to beat Sunderland, and even last weekend’s win over Burnley wasn’t pretty). This is Klopp’s biggest problem, as it was Rodgers before him, and Dalglish’s before that. It could …
Observations from Liverpool's 1-1 draw at the Etihad

Observations from Liverpool's 1-1 draw at the Etihad

Liverpool’s 1-1 draw with Manchester City at the Etihad is one of those results which divides fans. If you’re a glass half-full type of person then it’s a point gained away to a rival and a positive performance to go alongside it. If you’re a little more cynical then it’s two points dropped in the hunt for Champions League football and there are concerns over the team’s mentality. The Reds started off slowly but grew into the game and became …
Manchester City 1 Liverpool 1 - Player Ratings

Manchester City 1 Liverpool 1 - Player Ratings

A mentally exhausting game ended with honours even, with both teams spurning big chances to settle the result. What looked to be a slow burner, exploded into life in a very watchable second half. This is how the Reds fared Simon Mignolet (6) - In spite of the attacking play from City, Mignolet had pretty little to do in terms of big saves. Got his leg to a ball cut in from the right. Could do nothing for the goal …
Does Coutinho Belong in the Midfield?

Does Coutinho Belong in the Midfield?

Since the turn of the New Year, Liverpool’s form has dipped – there can be no doubting that. Teams seemed to have picked up on Jürgen Klopp’s kryptonite: a low block, without any ambition to attack, frustrating and uncompromising in defensive stature. Palace, Hull, Swansea, Leicester; the reminders don’t need to be stated. What does, is the alarming form of the golden (adopted) son of the Red half of Merseyside; one who embodies the closest thing to a “superstar” that …
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