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Media Matters - With Neil Jones on Transfers & the World Cup

Media Matters - With Neil Jones on Transfers & the World Cup

On this week’s Media Matters, Gags Tandon & Nina Kauser are joined by Goal.com's Neil Jones. The former Liverpool Echo journalist is asked about how different it is working for Goal.com than working at Liverpool's local newspaper. The trio move onto discuss the Nabil Fekir transfer, the rumours about Alisson and Shaqiri, and a look at the Reds at the World Cup. They also discuss Rhian Brewster and his chances of first-team football at Liverpool FC in the coming season after Neil interviewed the youngster for a feature on Goal.com. All this and more on Media Matters …
Molby On The Spot - RUSSIAN REDS

Molby On The Spot - RUSSIAN REDS

The new episode of Molby On The Spot sees host Trev Downey and Liverpool and Denmark legend Jan Molby throwing an eye over the Liverpool players on display at the World Cup in Russia so far and discussing all the major incidents - from VAR-assisted penalties to the reigniting of the Messi/Ronaldo debate. Jan analyses penalty technique and the mentality needed to be successful from the spot on the biggest international stage and the lads discuss who look to be the early favourites to progress or depart early. On a domestic front, there’s your weekly fix of transfer talk featuring Nabil Fekir, Nick Pope, Kasper Schmeichel, Daniel Sturridge and Rhian Brewster …
A-Eye Scouted: Keep, Sell or Loan?

A-Eye Scouted: Keep, Sell or Loan?

On A-Eye Scouted this week, Dave is joined by Joseph Cousins, aka Cuzzy, as they scout their own team - Liverpool FC. Dave has taken this opportunity to play keep, sell or loan and asks Cuzzy for his thoughts on the squad and who he'd keep or move on. All this and more on A-Eye Scouted …
Old Skool: LFC's Transfer Windows - Then and Now

Old Skool: LFC's Transfer Windows - Then and Now

Gags and Dave get together to talk about Liverpool's transfer windows of the past. After an initial chat about the World Cup so far, they discuss Liverpool transfer windows immediately after World Cups since the transfer window system was started in the summer of 2002. The AnfieldIndex originals then discuss the last few windows at Liverpool FC before Jurgen Klopp joined and then compare all of that to what the Reds have done since Klopp and Edwards and their team have been working together. Plenty of nostalgia, fun and comparisons to then and now …
Tactics Weekly: A Detailed Tactical Analysis of Fabinho and Keita

Tactics Weekly: A Detailed Tactical Analysis of Fabinho and Keita

Daniel Rhodes is delighted to welcome Lead Analyst for Total Football Analysis and freelance professional scout Lee Scott to Tactics Weekly. In this episode, we take a detailed look at Fabinho and Keita, with topics including: - What are Fabinho's key attributes? - Where will he play? - Why is he so tactically astute? - Does he have any weaknesses? - What are Keita's key attributes? - What is the most likely tactical midfield set up with Naby in it? - How did he perform last season and did the pre-arranged move have any impact on it? - Does he have any weaknesses? - Do the transfer fees paid represent value? - How would we have fared in the Champions League final with these two in the side? All this and more on Tactics Weekly …

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AI Writers Episode 98 - Divvy In or Divvy Out?

AI Writers Episode 98 - Divvy In or Divvy Out?

Tom Holmes is joined by Adam Petruccione and Alex Barilaro to debate Divock Origi's role at Liverpool next season as well as how his fate intertwines with the like of Dom Solanke and Rhian Brewster

AI Extra: Fatigue Index Special on Concussions with Chris Nowinski

AI Extra: Fatigue Index Special on Concussions with Chris Nowinski

This is a special AI Pro podcast released for free to raise awareness on concussions in sport.


Dave Hendrick hosts this special Fatigue Index Podcast and is joined by AnfieldIndex’s Sports Scientist, Simon Brundish. The outspoken duo welcome Chris Nowinski, CEO of the Concussion Legacy Foundation, to discuss concussions and Loris Karius. Chris has a PhD in Behavioural Neuroscience, is the author of Head Games and was a former WWE superstar that fought concussions.


The former wrestler has led the campaign to raise awareness of concussions in sport around the world and in this podcast he speaks to Dave and Simon all about it.


They cover what concussions are and what can happen when a player suffers from one on the pitch. They look at Loris Karius’ situation in the Champions League Final and Chris answers the question on whether or not his mistakes could be down to suffering from a concussion.


Get all of this and more on the latest Fatigue Index Podcast. For more content like this you can subscribe to Anfield Index Pro and get a FREE 7 Day Trial here: anfieldindex.com/join

Triple Sub Podcast: Episode 1 - CounterPress #1

Triple Sub Podcast: Episode 1 - CounterPress #1

Welcome to the first episode of the Triple Sub Podcast by Kaylon, Srikanth and Leroy!


The debut of the Triple Sub Podcast also kickstarts a new segment of the show - the CounterPress, where players counter each other’s opinions about the press revolving around Liverpool and football in general.


Leroy hosts the first CounterPress as Kay and Sri debate on the following:

• The Nabil Fekir, Xherdan Shaqiri and goalkeeper situations;

• LFC’s fixture list; and 

• The new unveiling of LFC’s 2018/19 away kit.


Stay tuned to more of the CounterPress only on the Triple Sub Podcast!

AI Extra: Transfer Rumours Show - A Capital Concern

AI Extra: Transfer Rumours Show - A Capital Concern

In a week that's seen the World Cup kick off and a rather quiet week in the rumor mill, Tadiwa and Justin are joined by Kev Hegarty to talk Spurs, Arsenal and the poisoned chalice that is managing Chelsea FC. The gents then discuss Emre Can's next move, who might take on Daniel Sturridge and Lazar Markovic. Lastly, a discussion of the value of loaning players to Rangers rounds out a lively discussion of the rumor mill.

AI Writers Podcast: Episode 97 - A Summer of Encouragement

AI Writers Podcast: Episode 97 - A Summer of Encouragement

A Summer of Encouragement: Co-hosts Leanne Prescott and Tom Holmes are joined by Sam Evans to discuss Joseph Norton's article on Alberto Moreno and whether he should be Liverpool's backup left-back. The panel also delve into Dave Comerford's article about an encouraging summer window for Klopp.

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The 1Up Podcast: E3 Review Part 1

The 1Up Podcast: E3 Review Part 1

Guy is joined by Karl @KMacDW to discuss all the E3 conferences, in part 1 they discuss EA, Microsoft, Bethesda and Square Enix. They discuss all the news and footage released at the conferences and share their personal thoughts on each game.

AI Comic Pod: Episode 63 - The Evolution of Spider-Man

AI Comic Pod: Episode 63 - The Evolution of Spider-Man

Rory and Stu’s Spidey senses have been tingling with the resurgence of Peter Parker into the MCU. 


They discuss the positives and negatives of Toby Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland’s portrayals over the years. 


They also look ahead to Homecoming Part 2, Sony’s animated title Spider-Man - Into The Spider-Verse, which introduces new Spidey Miles Morales and the hotly anticipated PS4 exclusive game due later this year.

The 1Up Podcast: E3 Preview

The 1Up Podcast: E3 Preview

Guy is joined by Karl (@KMacDW) to discuss the upcoming E3 game conference. They talk about each conference over the weekend and discuss the strength of each companies line-up.

AI Comic Pod: Episode 62 - Deadpool 2 Review!

AI Comic Pod: Episode 62 - Deadpool 2 Review!

Sorry we’re late. There was a bunch of handicapable children stuck in a tree. 


Yes, we’re back for round two with your favourite anti hero Wade Wilson in this bigger and dare I say bolder sequel. 


We give our honest reaction to the film, discuss new characters, new action set pieces and our favourite new quotes.

AI Comic Pod: Episode 61 - Infinity War Review - Part 2

AI Comic Pod: Episode 61 - Infinity War Review - Part 2

Continuing our review of Avengers: Infinity War, Marco Lopes helps Rory and Stu look at the wider impact of this film on the MCU, what this means for the future and what we might see in Avengers 4.

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Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: NXT Takeover & WWE Money In The Bank Preview

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: NXT Takeover & WWE Money In The Bank Preview

In this edition of the Pro Wrestling Index, Andy Wales and Guy Drinkel look ahead to an exciting weekend of WWE action by previewing the NXT Takeover and WWE Money In The Bank cards

Pro Wresting Index Podcast: WWE Backlash Review

Pro Wresting Index Podcast: WWE Backlash Review

Andy Wales and Mo Chatra reunited to look back on the WWE Backlash event that received a lot of criticism and give their own thoughts on the show.

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: Greatest Royal Rumble Preview

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: Greatest Royal Rumble Preview

Guy is joined by Mo Chatra to discuss the Greatest Royal Rumble live event in Saudi Arabia. They go through the 6 hour long card and discuss each match individually.

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: All Shook Up

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: All Shook Up

On this edition of the Pro Wrestling Index, Andy Wales was joined by Mo Chatra and Guy Drinkel to discuss the WWE 'superstar shake up' and what it might mean for Raw and Smackdown. 

Liverpool FC Articles

Butland will be perfect for Liverpool

Butland will be perfect for Liverpool

It is as clear as night and day that Liverpool need a new goalkeeper, according to stats from Profit Accumulator, who are big players in the matched betting niche. The Champions League final was a tale of a team that desperately needed to win and a team that had been here before. Real Madrid were seeking to win their third consecutive triumph and cement their place in European club football history. Liverpool, on the other hand, were appearing in their …
Man City & Spurs' Mocking of Mo Salah is The Ultimate Compliment

Man City & Spurs' Mocking of Mo Salah is The Ultimate Compliment

It’s hard to think of a more likeable footballer in the modern game than Mo Salah. When you weight it all up, what is there to possibly dislike about him? A deeply religious man with great values, he plays the game in exactly right way without an ounce of ego and snide - there is no feigning injury, berating referees or a lack of team ethic. He has become a sporting icon all around the world after his remarkable feats …
Jordan Henderson's Progress And How It Might Be Halted

Jordan Henderson's Progress And How It Might Be Halted

After a commanding performance for his country, Jordan Henderson is finally beginning to get the level of recognition he deserves. Lining up as the midfield linchpin for his country, Henderson has been presented with an excellent opportunity to impress a significantly broader audience and dispel lasting, and indeed frustrating, misconceptions about his game. For many who don’t watch Liverpool on a weekly basis, Henderson is synonymous with mediocrity, inefficacy and, above all, his sideways passes. Those individuals tend to assume …
Would the 3-5-2 formation suit Liverpool?

Would the 3-5-2 formation suit Liverpool?

Gareth Southgate’s England have been playing a relatively unused and potentially interesting variation of 3-5-2 formation at the World Cup – with a lopsided back three, wing-backs who are multi-faceted and a three-man midfield with only one defensive player in it. It’s a well-balanced formation that suits England very well. The back three is shielded by Jordan Henderson, but ahead of him, there are four very attacking individuals who are able to link up, drop deep and run in behind. …
Why Divock Origi still has a Part to Play

Why Divock Origi still has a Part to Play

As Liverpool descend into the usual frenzy of rumours, speculation and leaning on a wall at Melwood (a trend that is worryingly scarce in the Reds’ transfer announcements these days), much has been made of their lack of reserve firepower; a situation amplified by the contract extension given to Rhian Brewster. Indeed, the news arrived alongside a clamour of “Give the kid a chance” with supporters wanting the next impromptu wonder-talent to make his mark on the Premier League. Even …
Three Young Strikers Battle for Klopp's Attention

Three Young Strikers Battle for Klopp's Attention

Three young forwards. One hoping for a second chance. One trying to hang on to his first. And, one still trying to break into the first team. DIVOCK ORIGI Did you ever go away, maybe for a summer holiday or a study abroad and upon your return, instead of getting that expected moment of passion from your significant other, you got that look that says, things have changed? Yeah, me neither, but if it had, I have to assume Divock …
Lovren is Part of the Solution

Lovren is Part of the Solution

A Central Midfielder is not just a Central Midfielder. Forward is not just a Forward. Neither is a Centre Back just a Centre Back. They are living, breathing, important pillars on which the entire structure of our team is erected. Each is not just a cog in a mighty machine, but rather are the machine itself. Jürgen Klopp football requires the team to move as one. The ‘freedom of play’ often labelled on Klopp’s attacking players is not down to …
6 Players Who Face A Crucial Summer For Liverpool

6 Players Who Face A Crucial Summer For Liverpool

While every football fan will be engrossed by the World Cup for the next few weeks, those who weren't chosen for their respective countries to feature in Russia will already be putting in the groundwork ahead of a pivotal summer at Liverpool. With two new signings already changing the look of Jürgen Klopp's midfield, further summer recruits could put a number of players in a precarious position regarding their role at the club. Heading into the pre-season campaign without the …
Rhian Brewster Signs New Deal As He Edges Closer To First-Team Picture

Rhian Brewster Signs New Deal As He Edges Closer To First-Team Picture

Rhian Brewster has agreed his first professional contract with Liverpool according to reports, easing fears over his future. The 18-year-old has been the source of some speculation in recent weeks, tipped to follow in the footsteps of 20-year-old Leon Bailey and U17 national teammate Jadon Sancho who left Manchester City for Borussia Dortmund by moving to the Bundesliga in a bid to gain regular first-team football. However, Jürgen Klopp and Michael Edwards have worked hard to ensure negotiations ended in …
Lucas Paquetá: Can Liverpool Catch the Carioca Isco?

Lucas Paquetá: Can Liverpool Catch the Carioca Isco?

Last week I wrote an article laying out the possible signings that Liverpool could consider as an alternative to Nabil Fekir. All of them had drawbacks, but my ultimate conclusion was that Thomas Lemar still made the most sense after a year of trying to sign him from Monaco. In the days since, Lemar has signed for Atletico. My second choice would have been Malcom, but he is in negotiations with Inter that are, in all likelihood, too far advanced …
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