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AI Desi Podcast: Episode 57 - Desi Pre-Season

AI Desi Podcast: Episode 57 - Desi Pre-Season

Gags Tandon and Harinder Singh are back with Nina Kauser to discuss Liverpool FC's pre-season. They first talk about who they'd see a good ITK - which real or fictional character would dish out the transfer news in the best style! They then move onto discussing whether buying Keita and Virgil Van Dijk would be enough for squad even if Philippe Coutinho left. All this and plenty of laughs on this week's Desi Podcast!
AI Extra Podcast: LFC's German Tour Preview

AI Extra Podcast: LFC's German Tour Preview

Gags welcomes back Andre from the Berlin Reds to look ahead to Liverpool's upcoming trip to Germany where the visit Berlin and Munich. They discuss Andre's story of becoming a Liverpool fan, LFC's German fanbase, Jurgen Klopp being Liverpool manager and tips for fans when they visit Berlin and Munich with plenty of fan events and also tourist advise!
The Gags Tandon Show: Fake Loyalty

The Gags Tandon Show: Fake Loyalty

Gags is back once again but with some AnfieldIndex old timers - Andy Wales and Jason Roberts. They speak about the summer so far and then discuss the week's events with VVD not training with Southampton's 1st team and Keita's behaviour at Leipzig. Plenty of questions asked with regards to hypocrisy of fans and whether or not the clubs are to blame? All this and more on The Gags Tandon Show.
The Gags Tandon Show: Hong Kong Hustle

The Gags Tandon Show: Hong Kong Hustle

Gags has Guy Drinkel and Andre (Berlin Reds) to cover Liverpool's win against Leicester City in the final of the Premier League Asia Trophy. They discuss the good performances from the game. They also discuss Mo Salah's impact so far, Coutinho and the story about a Barcelona bid and a little bit about Naby Keita too. All this and more on The Gags Tandon Show.

AI Channel

AI Comic Pod: Episode 43 - Comic Con Special

AI Comic Pod: Episode 43 - Comic Con Special

Fresh from this years San Diego Comic Con, Stu and Rory are joined by On The Box host Hans Tandon, to discuss the highlights and major talking points from this years event. With the focus on the epic Stranger Thing's Series 2 trailer, Marvel's highly anticipated Thor: Ragnarok and soon to be released Defenders, which brings together Hell's Kitchen's finest heroes. Plus a heated debate on DC's Justice League, The Walking Dead, The Flash and all of the other comic highlights that await your viewing in the near future.
The On The Box Podcast: Game of Thrones S07E02 Review

The On The Box Podcast: Game of Thrones S07E02 Review

The On The Box Podcast starts a special Game of Thrones series reviewing each episode once it has been aired! Gags welcomes Nina Kauser and Kam Brainch to discuss the show. They review the second episode from the penultimate season of this record breaking television series!
AI Comic Pod: Episode 42 - Wonder Woman Review

AI Comic Pod: Episode 42 - Wonder Woman Review

DC and Warner Bros latest offering finally ses to have broken their recent hoodoo and delivered a brilliant, compelling and truly enjoyable film. Stu is joined by Kaylon Karrim to discuss Wonder Woman this week so pack up your lasso, straighten your tiara and fasten yourself in!
The On The Box Podcast: Game of Thrones S07E01 Review

The On The Box Podcast: Game of Thrones S07E01 Review

The On The Box Podcast starts a special Game of Thrones series reviewing each episode once it has been aired! Gags welcomes Nina Kauser and Stu Bridson to discuss the show. They review the first episode from the penultimate season of this record breaking television series!

Sport Podcasts

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: The Smack talkin Angle angle!

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: The Smack talkin Angle angle!

The Jason Jordan and Kurt Angle angle, Paige's WWE future and Talkin Smack getting cancelled were amongst the topics this week. In addition, Andy Wales and Mo Chatra also gave a very frank preview of this weekend's Battleground pay per view.
Deucebags Podcasts: Episode 9 - Wimbledon Review

Deucebags Podcasts: Episode 9 - Wimbledon Review

Shankar and Srikanth look at the 2nd week of Wimbledon and open the pod with a discussion on Federer, Cilic, Nadal. They discuss if it was too easy for Federer to win the Championships. The discussion moves on to the more competitive women's side with the panel giving their opinion on Muguruza, Venus and other semi finalists. They vote on their favourite matches in the tournament and end the pod with a small discussion on on-court coaching.
The 7th Inning Stretch Podcast: AL Catch-up & All Star Break

The 7th Inning Stretch Podcast: AL Catch-up & All Star Break

In the latest episode of the 7th Inning Stretch Armando and Justin get you all caught up on everything AL. They also touch on the All-Star Break. All this and more on the 7th Inning Stretch.
The Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: Great Balls of Fired

The Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: Great Balls of Fired

On this week's edition of the Pro Wrestling Index, Andy Wales and Guy Drinkel discuss WWE releasing Austin Aries and AJ Styles winning the US title, as well as reviewing the Great Balls of Fire pay per view.

Liverpool FC Articles

Assessing Liverpool's Midfield For The Impending Season

Assessing Liverpool's Midfield For The Impending Season

Much has been made of Liverpool’s potential business this summer, particularly in the midfield department. While Jurgen Klopp has plenty of quality options to choose from, with his side achieving a top-four finish and subsequent return to the Champions League, a much busier fixture list will bring heavier demands. That will put more pressure on his midfield options and could well see some additions over the next few months as a result. Should that be the case, what is it …
Transfermageddon: Liverpool's Doomsday Plan

Transfermageddon: Liverpool's Doomsday Plan

A week from August.  Less than three weeks from Liverpool’s opening match of the season. The Reds have signed one of the best forwards in Italy, a promising young left-back, and stole a striker prospect from a rival. Our two biggest targets in terms of value and publicity have become quite elusive to acquire while at the same time, two European giants, Barca and Juve, are now circling ominously over midfield stars, Phil Coutinho and Emre Can. Tick tock.  Tick …
The Importance of Keeping Coutinho

The Importance of Keeping Coutinho

In recent years, Liverpool have acted too much like a small club in the transfer market. The club has developed a reputation for signing high potential players to eventually sell-on for higher fees once those players reach close to their maximum output. Since 2009, Liverpool have lost Xabi Alonso, Mascherano, Sterling, Torres and Luis Suarez for a total of around £235m after signing those players for around £72.2m. This may be considered by some to be good business, as Liverpool …
Liverpool FC: More Than Just a Football Club

Liverpool FC: More Than Just a Football Club

On Thursday afternoon, Liverpool FC's Twitter account tweeted a video of the new CEO, Peter Moore, detailing how Liverpool FC would be a proud member of Liverpool Pride: https://twitter.com/LFC/status/888042309505470464 I was not prepared for the comments that followed in response to the tweet. Similarly, the same type of comments were directed at Peter Moore, who also tweeted the same video. Initially, taken aback, I remembered that intolerance and homophobia within football are something that, even now, in 2017, is a prevalent …
Will This Be Liverpool's Best Attack Since The 1980s?

Will This Be Liverpool's Best Attack Since The 1980s?

The opening 45 minutes of Saturday’s Premier League Asia Trophy final win over Leicester City were unbelievable. There was a frightening pace to the game, especially compared to the usual slow speed of a pre-season friendly, and Liverpool looked irrepressible for the most part. Jurgen Klopp’s attack-minded lineup saw the quintet of Adam Lallana, Philippe Coutinho, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Divock Origi all start, and some of the football was exceptional. The creativity, confidence and interchanging that the attacking …
The Safe Standing Debate and Poll

The Safe Standing Debate and Poll

On Saturday afternoon, the Liner Hotel behind Lime Street station was the venue for an open debate on the issue of safe standing and, in particular, the possible introduction of rail seating at Anfield. Hosted by Spirit of Shankly, the fans' Union, the panel consisted of Amanda Jacks – the caseworker for the Football Supporters’ Federation, Rick Riding – an Inspector with the Sports Ground Safety Authority and John-Paul Taylor - the Celtic FC Supporter Liaison Officer. Jay McKenna of SoS …
Assessing Liverpool's Defence For The Upcoming Campaign

Assessing Liverpool's Defence For The Upcoming Campaign

Having signed Dominic Solanke and smashing the club’s record transfer fee for Mohamed Salah, Liverpool have begun identifying key weaknesses within their current side. Andy Robertson is the latest to join The Reds this summer as Jurgen Klopp looks to address what has been a troubling position for several years now. However, there remains a number of issues within the current squad, particularly in the defensive areas. So, with a new season on the horizon, how are Liverpool shaping up …
Would Selling Philippe Coutinho Really be the End of the World?

Would Selling Philippe Coutinho Really be the End of the World?

Right then. There's a fair chance you've sent me a tirade of Twitter abuse before actually clicking to read this piece, so I'll thank you for *hopefully* not having wished death upon everyone I know and love. If you have, then here we are. Philippe Coutinho. What a treasure, Liverpool's darling. The adopted Brazilian that we've all loved for a joyful four and a half year's now, watching his astonishing development ever since that eight-million-pound move from Inter Milan. Heaven …
Why People Shouldn't Forget Henderson's Impact So Quickly

Why People Shouldn't Forget Henderson's Impact So Quickly

‘You don’t know what you have until it’s gone’ is a worldwide known statement, and a particularly poignant one for football fans. It’s very easy to forget the importance or impact of certain players after they’ve experienced a lengthy spell on the side-lines. Such is the case for Jordan Henderson, whose untimely injury at the end of last season saw many forget just what he can bring to the first-team. Every year it seems as though Henderson has things to …
Liverpool 2 Leicester City 1 - Match Report

Liverpool 2 Leicester City 1 - Match Report

Liverpool v Leicester City July 22nd, 2017 Hong Kong Stadium Premier League Asia Trophy Final Liverpool lineup - Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Lovren, Milner, Wijnaldum, Lallana, Coutinho, Salah, Firmino, Origi Subs: Mignolet, Gomez, Henderson, Sturridge, Grujic, Klavan, Moreno, Solanke, Flanagan, Kent, Woodburn Hong Kong Stadium was the venue for today’s pre-season ‘tournament’ decider. Klopp started with a very attacking side - from the lineup, it looked like Wijnaldum would be the designated holding midfielder, with Lallana and Coutinho just ahead of him. …
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