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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 In-Focus Podcast: Episode 28 - Unsung Heroes
Andy Wales talks to Jon about one of LFC's biggest unsung heroes. Despite helping to take Liverpool to great heights, he never quite got the acclaim he deserved. With an eye to the future, Andy predicts who in the current squad could go on to do something special.
The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 27 - Should he stay, or should he go?
Trevor Downey joins Jon on the podcast to assess the current squad. Who should be moved on, who should stay to take the Reds forward, and who might be plotting a great escape? NB. No transfer targets are discussed in this episode!
The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 26 - The Time to Dream
Hot on the heels of a difficult run of results, Grizz Khan joins the show to share with Jon his all-time PL 11. Grizz makes the difficult choices and then has an even more difficult task of deciding which Liverpool manager could take an all time 11 all the way to Champions.
The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 25 - SWOT
Dan Kennett joins Jon Buscall this week to do a SWOT analysis of the PL top 6. What are their strengths and weaknesses of LFC's rivals? What opportunities and possible threats are there in store for the Reds.
The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 24 - Dining at the Top Table
Kam Brainch joins Jon to discuss Liverpool's European journey from the 70s to present day. Who stands out? Who have we forgotten ? And where are we heading under Klopp.
The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 23 - Liverpool 2 Spurs 0
Liverpool go Jekyll and Hyde! Steve Gennaro is the guest on In Focus this week, joining Jon Buscall to discuss Liverpool 2 Spurs 0. There's plenty of discussion of Mané's return to the side, the contribution of Gini, Bobby and Hendo. And was this Lucas' final performance in a red shirt ? 3 points and we're back in the conversation!!
The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 22 - Liverpool 1 Chelsea 1
Allen O'Donoghue joins Jon to discuss Liverpool's comeback against lead leaders Chelsea. Topics: Naivety, The System, Fitness and where we go from here. Oh, and Allen tries to talk transfers.
The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 21 - Left in the Cold
Marco Lopes joins Jon Buscall to look at some of the star players who've been overlooked for periods of their LFC career. The discussion covers players like Litmanen, Anelka, Fowler and, of course, Daniel Sturridge.
The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 20 - Going To Extremes
Dan Rhodes joins Jon Buscall to look at fans' extreme reactions players and the club. Whether it's good or bad or decidedly OTT, some fans just can't control their reaction. What impact does this have on players? the team? And can data and stats show us a different story?
The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 19 - How can we fix it?
With Liverpool still very much in touch with league leaders Chelsea, Rae from the Liverbirds podcast joins Jon to discuss whether anything significant needs to be done to improve Liverpool's chances of winning the title this season.
The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 18 - Didn't They Do Well
Sachin Nakrani is Jon Buscall's guest this week on In Focus to discuss Liverpool's journey so far this season. Topics covered in the show include Hendo's new midfield role, Klopp's attention to fitness, the turning point of the campaign, the question of the defence and just who could be pushing Liverpool FC for the title come May!
The In-Focus Podcast: Episode 17 - Being a Fan
Irwin Moodley (@Moodz09) joins Jon Buscall to discuss what it means to be a fan of Liverpool football club. How much has it changed since the 70s? Has social media enhanced the fan experience? What are the highs and lows of being a LFC fan?