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Gags Tandon Show: Liverpool 4 Hoffenheim 2 Post Match Review

Gags Tandon Show: Liverpool 4 Hoffenheim 2 Post Match Review

Gags is back with Nina and Kam as they discuss the huge win against Hoffenheim as Liverpool qualify for the Champions League group stage!
AI Under Pressure Podcast: Analysing Palace Win

AI Under Pressure Podcast: Analysing Palace Win

Dan Kennett and Dan Rhodes are on the show this week to discuss all of the stats from the Palace game, the usual on-ball and off-ball as well as much, much more.
Talking Tactics: Episode 34 - S17/18 GW2 Crystal Palace

Talking Tactics: Episode 34 - S17/18 GW2 Crystal Palace

Leroy Mah continues the AI Talking Tactics podcast as Tabish Aleemullah retains his spot in the pod's lineup while they discuss the 1-0 win against Crystal Palace on GW2. Talking points include: • Robertson vs Moreno and what they bring to LFC; • Continue midfield worries without Coutinho and Lallana; • Firmino's position vs Palace and Sturridge's performance; and • A brief review of the first-leg against Hoffenheim and previewing the second leg For all of the tactical insight, tune in to the #AITalkingTactics Podcast!
Nina Kauser Show: Liverpool v Hoffenheim Preview

Nina Kauser Show: Liverpool v Hoffenheim Preview

Nina is joined by Bundesliga journalist Jonathan Harding as they preview the 2nd leg of Liverpool's game against Hoffenheim. They discuss tactics, key players and weaknesses within each team. All this and more on The Nina Kauser Show.

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The On The Box Podcast: Game of Thrones S07E06 Review

The On The Box Podcast: Game of Thrones S07E06 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 DJ Jesal once again to discuss what was an epic 6th episode of Series 7 - Beyond The Wall. They review the episode from the penultimate season of this record breaking television series!
AI Comic Pod: Episode 46 - Reviewing Spider-Man: Homecoming

AI Comic Pod: Episode 46 - Reviewing Spider-Man: Homecoming

Rory and Stu are joined by their resident arachnid expert Marco Lopes, to review Spider-Man: Homecoming. They discuss Tom Holland's excellent first full feature film as Peter Parker, in this rebooted new adventure and how it stacks up to its predecessors. The importance of Micheal Keaton's menacing Vulture and the experience that Jon Favreau's, Happy and Robert Downey Jr, Tony Stark bring to the film.
The On The Box Podcast: Game of Thrones S07E05 Review

The On The Box Podcast: Game of Thrones S07E05 Review

The On The Box Podcast starts a special Game of Thrones series reviewing each episode once it has been aired! Gags welcomes Stuart Bridson and Kam Brainch once again to discuss episode 5 of Series 7 - Eastwatch. They review the episode from the penultimate season of this record breaking television series!
AI Comic Pod: Episode 45 - Ant-Man

AI Comic Pod: Episode 45 - Ant-Man

How did Marvel manage to make such a huge film from such a tiny character? Comic Pod newbie, Ally Thompson, joins Rory and Stu to discuss one of 2015's most surprising successes - Ant-Man! While work has begun on the much-anticipated sequel we take a trip back in time to investigate the world of Scott Lang, his mentor Hank Pym and his misfit band of criminal sidekicks.

Sport Podcasts

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: SummerSlam Nostalgia

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: SummerSlam Nostalgia

For this week's Pro Wrestling Index, Andy Wales and Mo Chatra spoke on the status of Ric Flair, previewed this weekend's NXT Takeover show in Brooklyn and caught up on some of this week's big news from Raw and Smackdown. They also hit the nostalgia button, to look back at some of the most memorable SummerSlam events and matches.
Deucebags Podcasts: Episode 10 - Hard Court Season

Deucebags Podcasts: Episode 10 - Hard Court Season

Shankar, Bijon and Srikanth are back again to look at the hard court season in progress. They discuss the Canadian Open and performance of Federer, Nadal and Zverev. They then discuss about Cincinnati Open and the injury ravaged field at hand. The pod moves onto a brief discussion about US Open and the early contenders. The pod draws to close with a discussion on whether other top players would also pull out of tournaments like Federer.
MMA Monthly Podcast: Mayweather v McGregor Preview

MMA Monthly Podcast: Mayweather v McGregor Preview

Dave Hendrick and Mo Chatra are back with another episode of MMA Monthly. The boys preview the upcoming Mayweather vs. McGregor boxing fight, look back at an eventful UFC 214 (headlined by Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier) and discuss upcoming events on the UFC calendar.
Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: WWE Summerslam Preview

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: WWE Summerslam Preview

In this edition of the Pro Wrestling Index, Andy Wales and Mo Chatra preview the upcoming SummerSlam pay per view, breaking down the card and giving their predictions.

Liverpool FC Articles

Liverpool 4 - 2 Hoffenheim: Job Done at Anfield

Liverpool 4 - 2 Hoffenheim: Job Done at Anfield

Match: Liverpool (2) v (1) Hoffenheim Date: August 23rd @ 19:45 BST Venue: Anfield Competition: Champions League Playoff 2nd Leg Liverpool lineup - Mignolet, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Lovren, Moreno, Henderson, Can, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Mané Subs: Karius, Gomez, Solanke, Klavan, Robertson, Milner, Sturridge Hoffenheim lineup - Baumann, Nordtveit, Vogt, Hubner, Kaderabek, Demirbay, Geiger, Zuber, Gnabry, Wagner, Kramaric Subs: Kobel, Bicakcic, Rupp, Polanski, Toljan, Uth, Szalai Ninety minutes from Champions League football. Ninety minutes from bringing those nights back home. Ninety minutes …
Liverpool 4-2 Hoffenheim: Player Ratings

Liverpool 4-2 Hoffenheim: Player Ratings

Liverpool qualified for the Champions League with a huge 4-2 victory (6-3 agg) over Hoffenheim in the second leg of their playoff contest at Anfield. It was a dominating performance from the Reds in front of a packed out Anfield for their first European match at home since their 3-0 victory over Villarreal in the semi-final of the Europa League in May 2016. Goals from Mohammed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Emre Can were enough to see them cross the line …
Liverpool FC - Optimism Creeping in

Liverpool FC - Optimism Creeping in

The season is rolling. And, boy, has it been eventful. Games are coming fast one after the other, leaving supporters little time to reflect on what is happening. We are always looking ahead to the next game. As I am writing this the focus has already shifted from the win against Palace on Saturday to the second leg of the Champions League playoff in midweek. In addition to that we are still heavily involved in the most insane transfer window …
It's time for Emre Can to start dominating football matches

It's time for Emre Can to start dominating football matches

Putting contract issues aside, this season will be a decisive one for Emre Can. Whether he is to have a long term future at Anfield is still unknown but what is clear is that the injury suffered to Adam Lallana which is due to keep him out for at least two months and the ongoing problems with Phil Coutinho means the German powerhouse has a great opportunity to stamp his authority on this team. Despite questions still remaining as to …
Analysing Gini Wijnaldum's Disappearing Act

Analysing Gini Wijnaldum's Disappearing Act

After having a fairly decent debut season and scoring numerous meaningful goals, Gini Wijnaldum has developed a decent reputation amongst Liverpool fans thus far. Gini's first season playing under Klopp resulted in a return of 6 goals and 9 assists in the Premier League as well as strong performances in the so-called 'big games' against Liverpool's title rivals. However, although the season is just a few games old, his start to the 17/18 campaign hasn't been good enough and it's …
Andy Robertson - The Solution At Left-Back?

Andy Robertson - The Solution At Left-Back?

So we’re all in agreement then? Andy Robertson is the best left-back who ever lived and will go on to win the Ballon D’or for Liverpool? Yes? Yes. Good. Glad that’s cleared up. In all seriousness, I didn’t expect to see Robertson just yet. He hadn’t played much for the Reds in pre-season and Klopp had previously indicated that he was still settling in. I figured that maybe he'd return after the international break, which was why it was a …
Joe Gomez: Liverpool's Most Important Full-Back

Joe Gomez: Liverpool's Most Important Full-Back

Five young full-backs. Like a team within a team, they all have their own unique strengths and weaknesses. Trent Alexander-Arnold has been absorbing most of the accolades and Moreno has been the whipping boy as usual. Robertson’s crosses against Palace drew audible ooh’s and ahh’s from the crowd and Jon Flanagan regaining a squad position is great to see. But when the story of the 2017-18 season is written, it may be Joe Gomez that has the biggest impact in …
Liverpool v Hoffenheim 2nd Leg Preview - Finishing the Job

Liverpool v Hoffenheim 2nd Leg Preview - Finishing the Job

The Details Venue: Anfield Date & Time: August 23rd, 2017 @ 19:45 BST Form Hoffenheim got their Bundesliga campaign off to a winning start on Saturday, with a 1-0 home victory against Werder Bremen. Now they will be hoping to recuperate before their visit to Anfield as they aim to prolong their maiden visit to the top table of European football. Julian Nagelsmann will almost certainly have many, many more years to look forward to in the Champions League but …
Coutinho: Too Early For Pantomimes

Coutinho: Too Early For Pantomimes

Can it please be 1st September so we can put this whole horrible saga to bed? Pleeease? As I write this we have eleven tortuous days of speculation, offers and counter-offers, statement after statement, open letters, enough social media fume to a fuel a small nation and, worst of all, army upon army of the worst type of internet blowhards trying to make out they know more than they do. I only know my own mind and that states, loudly and …
Why Liverpool Should Return for Julian Draxler

Why Liverpool Should Return for Julian Draxler

Following a superbly eye-catching Confederations Cup, the stock of one former German wunderkind turned peripheral star seems to have not been higher. Julian Draxler, formerly of Schalke and VfLWolfsburg, is a name hitting the rumour mill once again, with the news that Paris Saint-Germain are set to continue on their path to utter and total supremacy via the purchase of Monaco’s Kylian Mbappe. A forward arsenal of Mbappé, Neymar, Edinson Cavani, Àngel Di Maria, Lucas Moura, Goncalo Guedes and Javier …
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