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The Face Off Podcast: The Trial of Four

The Face Off Podcast: The Trial of Four

Kay is joined by Nina and Allen for this bumper edition of Face Off that takes on a four spectres of the LFC squad that currently loom the largest: Lallana, Can, Moreno and Sturridge. For each the question is essentially the same - should they stay or should they go? Is Lallana worth is new extension? Is Can worth the same favour? Has Moreno hoverboarded out the door? Does Sturridge have a home? Big questions answered by a superb duo of guests.
The Gags Tandon Show: Fail To Plan, Plan To Fail?

The Gags Tandon Show: Fail To Plan, Plan To Fail?

Gags Tandon welcomes Graeme Kelly and Kam Brainch to discuss whether Liverpool's plan was the issue or was it a combination or poor circumstances? Gags also takes Marco's Mascherano question from the AIPodcast and adds Suarez to it - what would happen if their times at the club had crossed paths? Gags and the panel then go through each new signing in the summer and look at how the players have done since their arrival. Watch out for Kam Brainch's bloopers too! All this and more on the Gags Tandon Show!
Leicester City v Liverpool - Premier League Preview Show

Leicester City v Liverpool - Premier League Preview Show

After a lengthy break in la Manga for the players, Reds fans are hoping Liverpool return with batteries fully charged for the remaining run in. On this week’s #PLPreview show Hari Sethi and guests cover the upcoming game against Struggling Leicester City. Could the Champions be relegated? Joining Hari this week are host of the AI In Focus pod and resident smooth talker, Jon Buscall and Leicester City fan/British Pro Wrestler Sam Smitten Downes.
AI Australia - Episode 17: Markus Breglec & Low Blocks

AI Australia - Episode 17: Markus Breglec & Low Blocks

Host Tabish Aleemullah (@taleemullah) is joined by Andrew McGoff (@KloppGoff) for an analytical dialogue for the ages! They discuss the significance of LFC's new marketing director, Markus Breglec, and how he can improve fan engagement and commercial success. With Leicester's Ndidi & Mendy now available for the upcoming game, can Liverpool consistently defeat the low block? On transfers, Kovacic and Camacho get a mention before the pairing give their verdict on how many points the Reds will pick up, and if it's enough to get a Champion's League place.

AI Channel

AI Movie Night Podcast: Episode 22 - Trainspotting

AI Movie Night Podcast: Episode 22 - Trainspotting

Welcome to episode 22 of the Anfield Index Movie Night Podcast! Joe Simpson hosts this show as he and his panel look to review movies that are current and from the past! This week they look at all things Trainspotting! Joe is joined by Rory Greenfield and Karl Coppack on this episode.
The On The Box Podcast: Black Mirror - Series 3

The On The Box Podcast: Black Mirror - Series 3

Gags Tandon hosts another episode of the On The Box Podcast with Simon Dowling returning to the show to cover the third series of Black Mirror! The lads go through all of the episodes focusing more on their favourites breaking down the story and also looking at what they felt after watching the shows. The impact of the show as well as information on those involved with the shows!
The On The Box Podcast: Black Mirror - Series 1 & 2

The On The Box Podcast: Black Mirror - Series 1 & 2

Gags Tandon hosts another episode of the On The Box Podcast with Simon Dowling returning to the show to cover the first two series of Black Mirror! The lads go through all of the episodes focusing more on their favourites breaking down the story and also looking at what they felt after watching the shows. The impact of the show as well as information on those involved with the shows!
AI Comic Pod: Episode 33 - DC: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

AI Comic Pod: Episode 33 - DC: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

2017 is sure to be a make-or-break year for the DC Extended Universe - the comics are selling like hot cakes, TV shows are going from strength to strength but they cannot replicate the same success. Stu and Rory are looking at DC's recent offerings to look at what they did well, what they did wrong and what should be forever consigned to movie hell and never again spoken about.

Sport Podcasts

MMA Monthly Podcast: Episode 2 - Titles, Titles Everywhere!

MMA Monthly Podcast: Episode 2 - Titles, Titles Everywhere!

Mo Chatra and Dave Hendrick are back to recap events from the last several weeks including UFC 208 and also look ahead to upcoming events including UFC 209 headlined by Tyron Woodley and Wonderboy. In addition, Mo and Dave also discuss Brock Lesnar's latest retirement, McGregor-Mayweather and Bellator. Check it out!
Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: The Era of Wyatt

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: The Era of Wyatt

In this edition of the pro wrestling index, Andy Wales and Mo Chatra look back over the Elimination Chamber PPV that saw Bray Wyatt crowned as WWE Champion, as well give their thoughts on a memorable edition of Raw and all those title changes!
Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: Elimination Chamber 2017 Preview

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: Elimination Chamber 2017 Preview

On this week's edition of the pro-wrestling Index, Andy Wales and Mo Chatra look back at Raw and Smackdown, as well as preview the upcoming Elimination Chamber pay per view
Podcast Special: Sreesanth Strikes Back

Podcast Special: Sreesanth Strikes Back

Almost 1 year after his first interview with CricIndex, double World Cup winning Indian cricketer Sreesanth returns for a podcast special with Amit Kohli. In the podcast Sreesanth speaks openly about: • The ongoing ignorance of the BCCI plus their refusal to issue him with an NOC to play cricket once more • His hopes for a post-Lodha Committee version of the BCCI • What he’s been up to with Bollywood Movies and Politics over the past year • His intention to challenge his ban through the Indian and International Courts • EXCLUSIVE: His plan to defy the BCCI ban and play for his local club again on 18 February 2017 The podcast also features: • Discussion with Dennis Freedman in Australia, author of “BCCI cannot act as jury and judge: Time to let Sreesanth make a comeback” • Interview with Sreesanth’s UK Associate Eddie Gibbs on the recent communications with the BCCI, ICC and Cricket Scotland.

Liverpool FC Articles

Liverpool Must Create A Shakespearean Tragedy

Liverpool Must Create A Shakespearean Tragedy

You all know the predictable narrative for Monday night. Your world-weary mates and naysaying Twitter gurus have already told you what will happen. Leicester City, following their remarkably cynical decision to axe Claudio Ranieri, will benefit from the 'new boss bounce,' or at least some sort of 'caretaker convalescence,' as the delightfully monikered Craig Shakespeare takes temporary control of first team affairs. Liverpool, needing desperately to build upon the foundations of the win against Tottenham, will come immediately unstuck against …
Why This Summer Is Genuinely Liverpool's Biggest In Recent Memory

Why This Summer Is Genuinely Liverpool's Biggest In Recent Memory

I know that some of you will have read that headline, tutted to yourself and thought, “we say that every year”. You’re right, to be fair. Every summer that comes along, we tell ourselves that this is the one that will see Liverpool reach the next level. The one that will finally end the wait for that elusive Premier League title. We said it in 2002, 2009 and 2014, following the Reds’ best attempts at lifting the trophy since its …
Maybe No News Is Good News For Liverpool

Maybe No News Is Good News For Liverpool

Unbelievable. Well, I warned you, gentle reader. Our beloved model pro, one-game-at-a-time, controversy-eschewing Reds do not make for good copy when we are on a two-week mid-season break. So far, this morning, and Latest News has waited ALL morning, there has not been so much as a whiff of anything newsworthy. We were dangerously close to this becoming one of those dreaded opinion columns, y'know, like that Downey fella used to write, when the midday news dump brought a couple …
Paper Planes or Red Arrows... are Liverpool back?

Paper Planes or Red Arrows... are Liverpool back?

The paper planes are a thing of the past, the swashbuckling Spurs slaying Red Arrows are back in the business. Or are they? Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but it will be a while until we can say Jürgen Klopp's reds are back in the sky. What happened during the month of January was nothing short of a disaster. Liverpool were dumped out of every competition they were involved in, which additionally included the race for the …
Matip Says Nothing Controversial!

Matip Says Nothing Controversial!

Writing this column every day presents some interesting quandaries. Latest News, unlike the vast majority of other LFC pages, will never resort to clickbait titles. This has a massively detrimental effect on page views but it's a point of principle. FIVE PLAYERS KLOPP ALMOST SIGNED is the type of thing readers are free to make themselves clinically dumber by reading elsewhere. However, during a spell like the current one, where the only 'news' of note is about future building projects and …
The scary impact of the Liverpool front four

The scary impact of the Liverpool front four

There has been enough talk about a Liverpool revival as the Reds beat Spurs 2-0 at Anfield last Saturday to end a wretched run of form that saw them pick up three points from five Premier League games from January till the first week of February. One wouldn't disagree when you say that the talk has been spurred by the reunion of the Reds' best attacking. Since the game against Watford on the November 6th, the game against Hull on February …
Gates rejected chance to buy Liverpool

Gates rejected chance to buy Liverpool

American businessman Bill Gates, one of the world’s richest men, rejected the chance to purchase Liverpool in 2010, with the Microsoft co-founder failing to even respond to the email. With Gates worth an estimated £70 billion, the proposition has been revealed following the ongoing legal battle between Mill Financial, former co-owner George Gillett and the Royal Bank of Scotland. It is believed that two separate approaches were also made to Robert Kraft, owner of recent Super Bowl winners the New …
Alexander-Arnold Looking Very Much At Home

Alexander-Arnold Looking Very Much At Home

James Baldwin once wrote that "perhaps home is not a place but an irrevocable condition." People, by nature, attach a massive significance to the concept of where we belong. We struggle all our lives with trying to reconcile the spectrum of emotions that our native place can evoke in us. Indifference, hatred, fierce pride - we feel them all if we live long enough. If you're a foreign fan of Liverpool FC, you'll have encountered both the warmth of the …
Matched Betting - Leicester v Liverpool

Matched Betting - Leicester v Liverpool

The Reds’ Premier League fixture against Leicester is the ideal opportunity to discover how to bet risk free and make money matched betting. Football supporters love to bet on their favourite team and Liverpool fans are no different, ploughing hundreds of thousands into bookmakers’ coffers each week. Many will have been tempted by a generous welcome bonus to sign up for an online account unaware that the free bets on offer can be converted into tax free cash. Matched betting …
Leicester v Liverpool & How Changes to the Kick-off Impacts the Fans

Leicester v Liverpool & How Changes to the Kick-off Impacts the Fans

Over the last few years I’ve started to enjoy non-footballing weekends like the last one. Sure, the match-day sense of expectation with the accompanied stomach cramps of anxiety and dread are always welcome,  but every now and then time off is a nice thing. A stress-free couple of days to end the week. Thanks to the lads kindly donating our 4th Round tie to Wolverhampton Wanderers, Liverpool did not play at the weekend, yet there was still a game which interested …
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