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The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 29 - Strike it Lucky?

The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 29 - Strike it Lucky?

Mattias Karlsson is this week's guest and discusses LFC's striking options. With an important run of games and the Reds aiming for CL qualification, will Firmino & Co get the goals needed? Did Klopp and FSG underestimate LFC's striking options last summer ? And what will Klopp do in the summer? Is a world class striker heading to Anfield?
The Red Room Podcast - Episode 30 - May The 4th Be With You

The Red Room Podcast - Episode 30 - May The 4th Be With You

Graeme Kelly steps in to host once again in John Ritchie's absence and he is joined by Steve Gennaro for the first time on this show. Graeme and Steve discuss the City game, certain performances from the game and Pep's reaction to the draw. They then move onto discussing Sakho, players that should leave and, as is customary now, Grae get Steve's thoughts on the run in the battle for the Top 4 in the Premier League.
The Reds Review Podcast: Reviewing March 2017

The Reds Review Podcast: Reviewing March 2017

Host Andy Wales was joined by Justin Wells to review the month of March for LFC. As well as the matches and a few talking points to cover, they also hand out their monthly awards and play the Either/or game, which this month is LFC Spanish stars!
AI Academy Podcast: Episode 16 - Versatility

AI Academy Podcast: Episode 16 - Versatility

Guy and Scott discuss the U18s draw with Manchester United, they discuss the perks of players being versatile in their role. They also talk about the different levels of talent in the U23s and answer some questions.

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The On The Box Podcast: Westworld Review

The On The Box Podcast: Westworld Review

Gags Tandon is back with the On The Box Podcast to review the blockbuster show that was Westworld! He has OTB regular Joe Connors back with him as well as a debut for freelance writer Mike Williams. The trio discuss their favourite characters and the twists throughout the show before Joey asks a question about humans playing God and whether it's right or not! All this and more on the On The Box Podcast!
AI Comic Pod 36: Logan Review

AI Comic Pod 36: Logan Review

Rory Greenfield is back on hosting duty, joined by Stuart Bridson and Marco Lopes, to review the magnificent Logan. We hope you enjoy our humble words, to fit such a pioneering, emotional, frankly beautiful film.
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!

Sport Podcasts

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: WrestleMania Preview

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: WrestleMania Preview

Andy Wales and Mo Chatra this week previewed Wrestlemania 33 - break down the full card and give their thoughts and predictions of the biggest show of the year for PWI
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.

Liverpool FC Articles

Seven Sensible Summer Signings for Liverpool

Seven Sensible Summer Signings for Liverpool

The season isn’t quite over, but following another roller coaster year of highs and lows — from competing for the title and chasing another cup final, to a loss of form and a dreadful run of results, back to chasing the top four — the club needs to press on with their summer transfer business. As the rumours gather pace, the Echo runs stories of missed targets and underwhelming interest and the season continues to flabbergast, let’s take a look …
Liverpool in 2016/17: Has Progress Been Made?

Liverpool in 2016/17: Has Progress Been Made?

With an international break ensuring that there’s no Premier League football this weekend, and with nine games to go in a finely poised season, this is the perfect time to assess Liverpool’s season, where it’s at and what we need to do in our final few games, as well as our general development under Jürgen Klopp. This article will look at how the season has gone so far, what’s left for the club to do, and whether or not significant …
Which Strikers should Klopp be targeting this August?

Which Strikers should Klopp be targeting this August?

Eddie Jones, England Rugby’s head coach, has tried to change the way replacements are perceived to some degree of success by renaming them ‘finishers.’ Applying that to Liverpool players though – whether they start or on the bench - might take longer to stick given their problems in front of goal. For all the pretty football played, this season will be best remembered as one of missed opportunities – both literally and metaphorically. While Brendon Rogers’ side could rely on …
Liverpool must focus on a top three finish… just to be certain

Liverpool must focus on a top three finish… just to be certain

It was only a second-half meltdown in Basel in the Europa League final against Sevilla that deprived Liverpool of a place in this season’s Champions’ League and there remains a remote possibility that the two competitions could combine to cause us more sorrow this term. All the media focus is on the race for Champions’ League places via a top four Premier League finish but, as we reach the business end of the two big European club competitions, there could …
Stats Analysis: Liverpool's Defensive Inconsistency

Stats Analysis: Liverpool's Defensive Inconsistency

Three quarters of another season have passed and it looks like Liverpool FC has the same old defensive problems. The team is on course to concede over 40 goals for the 7th straight season. That means that the last time LFC conceded less than a goal per match - you guessed it, Rafa Benitez was in charge. Jurgen Klopp has insisted that this season things have gotten better so let's take a deeper look. Goalkeepers Loris Karius was bought in …
Klopp's Tactics: Pragmatism vs Idealism

Klopp's Tactics: Pragmatism vs Idealism

Jürgen Klopp has a footballing style and philosophy that he sticks to very rigidly. His high-pressing, high defensive line, fluid forward line 4-3-3 has been the default for him this season. However, there have been times when the style, the formation, and most importantly the tactics, simply haven’t worked for Klopp, and his tactical stubbornness, and dedication to his philosophy have been an issue for Liverpool this season. Whilst Liverpool’s poor form against smaller sides in 2017 has a number …
New Deal For Can? It's A No Brainer

New Deal For Can? It's A No Brainer

Starting 46 games last season, Emre Can was tipped to have an extensive and successful career at Anfield. He was Klopp’s go-to man, running games in the number 6 role by injecting drive and energy to help push Liverpool towards a Capital One Cup and Europa League final. This campaign, however, has seen Can’s career stall alarmingly, with the 23-year-old struggling to establish himself as a key member of the squad. A Stuttering Season Turning Good? Emre Can has divided opinions this season …
Predicting The Final Top Six: Where Will Liverpool Finish?

Predicting The Final Top Six: Where Will Liverpool Finish?

Chelsea may be cruising towards the Premier League title in a frustratingly ruthless fashion, but there is still a huge amount to fight for at the top of the table. Granted, securing a top-four finish should never be seen as a giant achievement for a club of Liverpool’s stature, but being in next season’s Champions League is of huge importance. Rarely has the battle to qualify for Europe’s most lucrative and rewarding club competition been so exciting and unpredictable, with …
Tasty Tenerife Tales

Tasty Tenerife Tales

We had all hoped, friends, that the dark days were behind us, at least until the increasingly inevitable zombie apocalypse strikes our beleaguered spinning sphere. Alas, it would appear that troubled times have visited us again on Planet Liverpool. Three years after parting company with the beloved but problematic flesh nibbler that was Luis Suárez, it emerges that the chilling spectre of cannibalism may be looming once more, this time in the overtly affable form of another smiling mentalist - …
Booing and Fan Hypocrisy

Booing and Fan Hypocrisy

Football fans are hypocrites. Downright hypocrites. Yes, you! I’m talking about you. Specifically you. You more than most. Not me though. I’m pure as the driven snow. What has driven me to this tirade? It’s this. On Sunday afternoon, in the hammering rain of the Etihad, Liverpool’s left-back was booed. People actually contorted their faces and made a sound they probably haven’t used since the last time they watched a pantomime. His crime? Touching the ball. Booed. Just think about …
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