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The Reds Review Podcast: Reviewing September 2016

The Reds Review Podcast: Reviewing September 2016

Host Andy Wales is joined by tactical guru Lee Scott to review all the action from September with tactical insight. They also give out their Player of the Month and Goal of the Month awards, answer your Twitter questions, play the new Either/Or Game and give their predictions for all of October’s matches.
The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 7 - Not a European Night in Sight

The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 7 - Not a European Night in Sight

Jon Buscall is back and this week he invites Rory Greenfield, host of the Cup Call In Show and co-host of the AI Comic Pod on the AI Channel, to talk about the lack of European football at Anfield this season and its implications for the team, squad development and future signings.
The Red Room Podcast: Episode 24 - The Swarm

The Red Room Podcast: Episode 24 - The Swarm

John Ritchie and Graeme Kelly are back to discuss Liverpool's recent excellent form as well as discussing the recent comments from John Henry and also safe standing. There's a little mention of Sakho at the end too! All this and more on the Red Room Podcast.
AI Desi Podcast: Episode 39 - Demolition Men

AI Desi Podcast: Episode 39 - Demolition Men

Gags Tandon and Harinder Singh are back to talk about the Hull game and a lot more! They have Kam Brainch and Sameer "Tiger" Khosla joining them to discuss the excellent performance! They also briefly preview the Swansea game as well as discussing whether Liverpool's front four or five are best in the league and asking which player is better: Sadio Mane or Raheem Sterling? All this and more on the Anfield Index Desi Podcast!

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AI Comic Pod: Cult Classics - Scott Pilgrim Vs V For Vendetta

AI Comic Pod: Cult Classics - Scott Pilgrim Vs V For Vendetta

The boys are back, discussing two of their favourite cult classics, with not one but two quizzes, to kickstart proceedings. Rory nominates Scott Pilgrim Vs The World, Edgar Wrights eccentric masterpiece. Whilst Stu, V for Vendetta, the cult classic still heralded 10 years on from its release. It's two for the price of one, you lucky Devils.
AI Movie Night - Episode 17 - LA Confidential

AI Movie Night - Episode 17 - LA Confidential

Welcome to episode 17 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 LA Confidential! Joe is joined by Dan Kennett and Karl Coppack on this episode. All this and more on the AI Movie Night Podcast!
AI Comic Pod: Episode 23 - Gotham

AI Comic Pod: Episode 23 - Gotham

After a short summer holiday - Rory and Stu are back to meet all your nerd needs. On this episode they're talking about Gotham and are joined by Joseph Connors - our stateside comic guru - and Nina Kauser - the first lady of Anfield Index herself. This Batman-prequel hasn't been everyone's favourite show but has tried to stay faithful to much of the source material by introducing a plethora of known Batvillains. Dust off your cowl and tune in!
The 1Up Podcast: No Mans Sky - the game behind the hype

The 1Up Podcast: No Mans Sky - the game behind the hype

Guy reintroduces 1UP by reviewing No Man's Sky and discusses the hype behind the game, and also discusses the impact of Pokemon Go on mobile gaming. They also look back at the games announced throughout the summer, and what both are looking forward to.

Sport Podcasts

The 7th Inning Stretch Podcast: Episode 24 - Remembering Jose Fernandez

The 7th Inning Stretch Podcast: Episode 24 - Remembering Jose Fernandez

In the latest instalment of the 7th Inning Stretch, Armando and Justin discuss the terrible loss of Jose Fernandez. Remember him and touch on him as a person and player. The boys also touch on Vin Scully’s legacy and so much more. Only on the 7th Inning Stretch Podcast.
The 7th Inning Stretch Podcast: Episode 23 - It's Heating Up

The 7th Inning Stretch Podcast: Episode 23 - It's Heating Up

The 7th inning Stretch is back at you as the races heat up. The boys recap the tight wildcard races, touch on some season awards and get in depth with SF v LA. All this and more on the latest 7th Inning Stretch.
Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: With Former NXT & SD Voice Rich Brennan

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: With Former NXT & SD Voice Rich Brennan

On this edition of PWI, Matt Topolski and Mo Chatra are joined by former NXT and WWE announcer, Rich Bocchini to discuss AJ Styles as Champion, the WWE Cruiserweight Classic, struggles with the brand split, WWE Raw Ratings, CM Punk's UFC 203 fight, and law suits facing WWE.
Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: KO Mania

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: KO Mania

Matt Topolski and Mo Chatra are back on the PW Index Podcast talking the latest RAW and the major story at the end with Kevin Owens winning the Universal Title! They welcome Gags Tandon to talk about an eventful week in Wrestling! They discuss the change in feeling around WWE/NXT and the elevation of some superstars as well as much, much more!

Liverpool FC Articles

Swansea City vs Liverpool: Key Battles

Swansea City vs Liverpool: Key Battles

Liverpool are a team on fire currently with an unbeaten run in the league stretching to four games, with victories in the last three games on the trot. They will be travelling to the Liberty Stadium to face Swansea, who are in a bit of a rut with calls for dismissal of the manager quietly growing. Swansea are still trying to come to terms in identifying their best XI and ideally would have preferred facing any other team over the …
Swansea City v Liverpool Preview | Form, Team News & Stats

Swansea City v Liverpool Preview | Form, Team News & Stats

Given Liverpool's failure to qualify for European football this season, you'd imagine that most fans will be looking forward to this away day, as the Reds cross the Welsh border to face Swansea City on Saturday. It's a lunchtime kick-off, one that the Reds will be desperate to win, in another challenge as they hope to establish themselves as serious title contenders under Jürgen Klopp. FORM Bar one certain result that we all know too well (yes, the 2-0 defeat …
Parked Bus, No Fuss

Parked Bus, No Fuss

There isn’t an awful lot to say, in general, about Liverpool’s performance last Saturday that Hull City captain Curtis Davies hasn’t already covered. Two aspects of what he said after the game are particularly encouraging from a Liverpool perspective. Firstly, as Davies points out, “Liverpool have that mix of nice little passes and then people who will run and run at you and beat you as well. Like Mané. Like Coutinho.” Indeed, there is suddenly a level of flexibility in …
Loris Karius - Undisputed Liverpool Number 1?

Loris Karius - Undisputed Liverpool Number 1?

The Liverpool fanbase is littered with inconsistencies. People go from really disliking a player to raving about him in a matter of weeks. A player can go from being considered one of the best at the club to not being rated because they've left the club. You can adore one player so excuse everything he does while chastising a player you dislike for doing exactly the same thing. We're fickle, we're tribal and we're reactionary. It makes for some enjoyable/heated …
Could Klopp use Emre Can in a Centre-Back Role?

Could Klopp use Emre Can in a Centre-Back Role?

Jurgen Klopp has shown just how ruthless he can be this season with squad selection when he dropped Belgian 'keeper Simon Mignolet in favour of Loris Karius for the match against Hull City. While the general consensus seemed to be Mignolet was on borrowed time after a series of errors last season and he was only starting this season because of the injury Karius picked up in pre-season it was still a bit of a 'wow' moment when the team …
10 out of 15 points, why is it so important to me?

10 out of 15 points, why is it so important to me?

For anyone who follows my Twitter account, (@mrmarksimpson) or coming across me on the EPL podcast, you will have heard me banging on about how important it is for Liverpool to break the season down into 5-game blocks, aiming for 10 points every block. A lot of the time, replies I get are, “Why? What’s the point?” Well, I think it is time to put it down in writing and explain the methodology behind this. Firstly, the math: 10 points …
Why Ball-Playing Centre-Backs are Needed in a Klopp System

Why Ball-Playing Centre-Backs are Needed in a Klopp System

There was a lot of talk over the summer surrounding the value, the importance and the need of ball-playing centre-backs in the modern game. It was the fear of the unknown and like anything, the British media appeared to quash the idea labelling it too risky, unnecessary and just asking for trouble while asking the question - why don't they just clear their lines like Stuart Pearce and Tony Adams did back in the day, it did those guys no …
What Constitutes a Good Season for Liverpool FC?

What Constitutes a Good Season for Liverpool FC?

With all the positivity around the club at the minute, and with the Reds in imperious form, I find myself strolling around all day with a cheeky little grin planted firmly on my face. The team are playing with a swagger and it's evident that every single player understands exactly what his job is at any given moment. The boss having had a full preseason with the lads is proving to be a massive bonus. His addition of Andreas Kornmayer …
Giorginio Wijnaldum: Liverpool's Gini in a Lamp

Giorginio Wijnaldum: Liverpool's Gini in a Lamp

In recent seasons, I think Liverpool’s transfer dealings – signings mostly – have been pretty poo. From Balotelli and Benteke to Carroll and Markovic, there have been a number of expensive signings bought for their individual quality rather than as crucial cogs in a cohesive machine. I think the aforementioned are all talented players, but Markovic spent some of his time under Brendan Rodgers at right wing-back, and I’ve never really known Liverpool to succeed on the route one, cross-pumping …
It's Not How Much You Spend - But How Wise You Spend

It's Not How Much You Spend - But How Wise You Spend

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Paul Pogba, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Michy Batshuayi, Granit Xhaka, Ilkay Gundogan and Leroy Sane are among the names that are highly known across Europe for their quality, talent, and hefty price tag and/or wages, and they all have one thing in common with each other – they’re not currently associated with Liverpool Football Club. Jurgen Klopp clearly envisioned a plan in this previous transfer window, and while we aren’t privy to some of his ideas, the plan was in …
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