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Episode 293: THEY EAT LADS

Episode 293: THEY EAT LADS

On the latest episode of The Anfield Index Podcast, Trev Downey, Kam Brainch, Karl Coppack and, double jobbing as producer and contributor, Guy Drinkel, bring you an eclectic mix of Reds chat and assorted bobbins. Ray Kennedy, Ibrahima Konate and Gini Wijnaldum feature heavily in the footy chat, with the topics of grizzly bears, sharks, kits and alcohol also getting their own animated tangents, before the show ends with Guy temporarily borrowing Trev’s Quiz Champion title on the back of a bit of impressive ornithological insight. 

 

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Epiossode 292:  TWISTED FIRE STARTER

Epiossode 292: TWISTED FIRE STARTER

On the latest Anfield Index Podcast, Trev Downey, Karl Coppack, Kam Brainch and producer Guy Drinkel bring you a cornucopia of footy and footy-adjacent topics in a wide-ranging chat that oscillates between the serious and the silly. The Euros, hooliganism, decent refereeing, repellent racism, the return of The Reds to training, telly tips, ornithological tales, fire safety advice and much much more.

 

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The Nina Kauser Show : Silly Season with Themis Kessaris

The Nina Kauser Show : Silly Season with Themis Kessaris

Nina is joined by Themis Kessaris as the pair discuss the end of last season and all the transfer rumours during silly season. All this and more on The Nina Kauser Show

 

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Episode 291: TIT FOR TAT

Episode 291: TIT FOR TAT

On this long overdue episode of The Anfield Index Podcast, Trev Downey, Karl Coppack, Kam Brainch and producer Guy Drinkel bring you a chat about all sorts. From The Beatles to spinach, from Gini Wijnaldum to the return of fans to stadiums and from Euro 2021 to Virgil van Dijk’s Joel Matip crush. All this plus a quiz..which Trev obviously wins. I mean, whaddya want? 

 

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1Up Podcast : E3 2021 - Part 2!

1Up Podcast : E3 2021 - Part 2!

Guy & Karl are back for the next part of their E3 preview. They discuss the unannounced shows from last week as Nintendo announce their date, and we have news from Koch Media & Ubisoft regarding their showings. They also discuss what they've seen so far with Battlefield being revealed, and a host of indie games.

 

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1Up Podcast : E3 2021 - Part 1!

1Up Podcast : E3 2021 - Part 1!

Guy & Karl are back and it's finally gaming news season, with E3 only a week or so away the pair preview all the confirmed events so far. They go through the Xbox & Bethesda showcase, Ubisoft Forward, Koch Primetime Gaming & Summer Game Fest. They also go through a couple recently released gameplay demonstrations, and the news.

 

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1Up Podcast : Remastering Remasters

1Up Podcast : Remastering Remasters

Guy and Karl are back to look at remasters in the gaming sphere and if they're becoming too common place in the industry. They also discuss full on remakes and what games they'd like remade/remastered. They also cover recent news with WB games possibly back up for sale, TIMESPLITTERS! And more!

 

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Pro Wrestling Index: Royal Rumble 2021

Pro Wrestling Index: Royal Rumble 2021

We're back! After too long away Guy is back with Alex & Tadiwa to preview the Royal Rumble as WrestleMania season begins. They go through the card and discuss winners, losers and storylines. Who do you think is winning this year?

 

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Pro Wrestling Index: Summerslam Thunderdome!!!

Pro Wrestling Index: Summerslam Thunderdome!!!

Guy is back with Alex & Tadiwa to preview the upcoming Summerslam PPV. As usual on these big PPV weekends there's also a NXT Takeover and they trio start by going through that and giving their predictions. They then go through the Summerslam card discussing the storylines and matches.

 

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Pro Wrestling Index: Extreme Rules: The Horrow Show Preview

Pro Wrestling Index: Extreme Rules: The Horrow Show Preview

Guy Alex & Tadiwa are back to preview the upcoming WWE PPV. As usual, they go through the entire card pick winners, and how certain storylines will progress. They also give their overall thoughts on wrestling as a product at the moment as it's becoming a tougher watch by the week.

 

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Pro Wrestling Index: Speaking Out

Pro Wrestling Index: Speaking Out

Guy is joined as usual by Alex & Tadiwa for their usual chat about TV etc, but on this episode they have to cover the Speaking Out revelations from the previous week, as 3 'blokes' it's impossible to fully understand but we try our best to discuss the topic the best way possible.

 

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Pro Wrestling Index: "This Is The Greatest Show"

Guy, Alex & Tadiwa are back and this time they're looking back at Backlash. They go through the entire card and discuss "The Greatest Wrestling Match Ever" did it live up to it's billing? They also touch on RAW the night after.

 

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Klopp on Hertha Defeat and the Return of Van Dijk and Gomez

Klopp on Hertha Defeat and the Return of Van Dijk and Gomez

Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp saw plenty of room for improvement on the pitch as The Reds lost 4-3 to Hertha BSC in their latest friendly. Sadio Mané, Takumi Minamino, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain were on the scoresheet for Klopp's side while Mohamed Salah, Naby Keïta, and Harvey Elliott impressed throughout. Scrappy defending at the other end meant Liverpool fell to their first loss of the summer so far, however. Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com after the match, Klopp spoke of both the positives …
Phillips Determined Not to Dwell On Last Season’s Performances

Phillips Determined Not to Dwell On Last Season’s Performances

Liverpool defender Nat Phillips is determined not to dwell on the hype that surrounded his performances for The Reds last season. With Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez, and Joël Matip all out injured, Phillips played a huge part in ensuring Jürgen Klopp's men achieved Champions League qualification by finishing third in the league, winning their last five games on the bounce. However, speaking to Liverpoolfc.com, Phillips knows he would do well not to spend too much time reflecting on the …
Joel Matip - Elite When Fit

Joel Matip - Elite When Fit

What Positions Still Need to be Filled by Liverpool?

What Positions Still Need to be Filled by Liverpool?

Liverpool’s disappointing 2021/21 season was largely due to a catastrophic series of injuries. All three senior centre-backs missed long stretches, along with Henderson, Jota, Thiago, and more. A return to even average injury luck should see the Reds bouncing back in 2021/22. The higher-ups at Liverpool seem to be banking on this, having only made one transfer so far this summer. With the ascendency of Chelsea under Thomas Tuchel, however, plus a pair of serious signings at Manchester United, and …
Robertson Says He Was “Emotionally Drained” by the End of Last Season

Robertson Says He Was “Emotionally Drained” by the End of Last Season

Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson admits that he was glad of the short break after a gruelling campaign for both club and country. Robertson started all 38 of The Reds' Premier League fixtures last season as well as 8 of their 10 Champions League games. He came on as a sub in the other two CL matches. The Scotland captain has actually started at least 34 of Liverpool's league games for each of the last three seasons. In June, he then …
Raphinha & The Need For More Options

Raphinha & The Need For More Options

Klopp Outlines Plans for Hertha Berlin Friendly on Thursday

Klopp Outlines Plans for Hertha Berlin Friendly on Thursday

Jürgen Klopp gave some details on Liverpool's plans for Thursday, including some great news regarding Virgil van Dijk's rehabilitation. The Reds face Hertha BSC in another pre-season clash in Innsbruck, Austria, on Thursday. Klopp is hoping that Van Dijk can play his first minutes for the first team since last October. Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com about Van Dijk and Joe Gomez, the Liverpool boss confirmed that the Dutch international could play against Hertha. He also mentioned that Gomez is "very close" …
Huge chance for Naby Keita to prove his worth at Liverpool

Huge chance for Naby Keita to prove his worth at Liverpool

It's fair to say Naby Keita's Liverpool career has been a disappointing one. There have been sporadic good moments thrown in, whether it be eye-catching performances, silky dribbles or relentless presses, but he hasn't come close to reaching the heights expected of him. When Keita sealed a move to Liverpool from RB Leipzig in 2017, the excitement was palpable, and those 12 months prior to him actually playing for the Reds seemed to make expectations even greater. After a vibrant …
Refreshed Mané could be Liverpool’s main man this season

Refreshed Mané could be Liverpool’s main man this season

It’s that time of year again. Silly season - the few weeks every summer when the transfer rumour mill goes into overdrive crushing every grain of information about this or that player’s future into a fine powder of speculation. It’s an especially active mill this year, as is tradition during major tournament summers. This time around, its display at the delayed Euro 2020 finals that have pushed Sky Sports News and other 24/7 update providers into a predictable frenzy over …
Liverpool Weekend News Roundup as One Player Leaves Club

Liverpool Weekend News Roundup as One Player Leaves Club

Liverpool continued their pre-season preparations with another friendly on Friday evening. Also, one player departed the club after 16 years. Narrow Friendly Victory Jürgen Klopp's Reds beat one of the boss's former clubs, FSV Mainz, thanks to a late own goal on Friday. Liverpool fielded two entirely different elevens in each half and needed young Mainz player Luca Kilian to put through his own net in the dying minutes for the win. Notably, Klopp started this game with the central-defensive …
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