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Another week, another load of Reds stuff to talk about as Jim Boardman and Jay Reid return with the latest from Liverpool, including big wins and the League Cup final.

Those wins were both 4-1, one away, one at home, and came despite Liverpool playing with one of the most depleted squads since that horrendous ‘Covid season’. If anything the Reds seem to be finding more strength in the adversity this time round.

Maybe that’s why fans of other clubs are feigning surprise that Reds fans dare to even mention injuries, claiming their own clubs have had it much tougher. Must be nice living on their planet. Maybe they’re top of the league there.

Anfield took its time to get going, as did the players. Sometimes it feels like the players are waiting for the fans to start, but the fans are waiting for the players, like some kind of confused etiquette at a posh meal. Thankfully someone was on hand to get everyone tucking in and after that the Reds – fans and players – didn’t look back.

Luton’s manager suggested the noise had frightened his players. Jay thinks it was the best atmosphere of the season. It sent us into the cup final weekend top of the league, knowing we’ll still be there after the final, whatever anyone else does.

After fist pumps for all four Anfield stands, Klopp now leads his players and many of those fans to a supposedly neutral venue, Wembley, down in that London, for that Milk Cup final. It might be more local to Chelsea fans than Kopites, but we have good reasons for calling it Anfield South, one of which is how there always seem to be more of us than them. If you’re one of them, don’t forget your voice – and don’t expect to arrive home with one!

On this week’s show:

– 4-1
– 4-1
– Not so many options on the bench
– Running out of forwards
– But not left backs
– How would other clubs cope with so many missing?
– Virgil’s determination
– A proper captain
– Referee’s unexpected influence
– Klopp’s half-time talk
– Conor taken off ready for Sunday
– The European Draw – a local event?
– Hoping for something nearer to home
– New comedy show set in Liverpool – G’wed
– Talking of comedy, the latest from the neighbours
– Look ahead to Wembley
– Which Chelsea will turn up?
– We might need the youngsters – good they’ve been getting a taste of playing in front of huge, loud, crowds

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