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Post Match RAW: LEICESTER OUTFOXED

Post Match RAW: LEICESTER OUTFOXED

On the latest RAW, Trev Downey, Hari Sethi and Karl Matchett reflect on a dominant Liverpool performance which will see them go into the international fortnight at least 5 points clear of their nearest rivals on the back of a 2-1 home win over Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester City. On a dramatic afternoon, Leicester provided a stern defensive barrier, which Jürgen Klopp’s wasteful Reds breached with regularity, whilst conceding only a solitary (and successful) shot on goal over the 90. As ever, the performances and key moments are analyzed and there is appropriate reveling in the injury time VAR-checked penalty by James Milner. Lovely stuff.
Post Match RAW: NEEDLESSLY TENSE

Post Match RAW: NEEDLESSLY TENSE

On the latest RAW, Trev Downey, Dave Hendrick and Hari Sethi reflect on a very Jekyll and Hyde performance by the Reds which saw them imperiously romp to a three nil lead before losing impetus and concentration and eventually edging a tense encounter with RB Salzburg by the odd goal in seven. As ever, the lads pick apart the match in forensic detail and analyse the performances, tactics and opposition.
Post Match RAW:  BLADES PUT TO THE SWORD

Post Match RAW: BLADES PUT TO THE SWORD

On the latest episode of RAW, Trev Downey, Dave Hendrick and Karl Matchett reflect on Liverpool’s narrow victory over Chris Wilder’s Sheffield United at Bramall Lane. As ever, the lads pick apart the team selections, the individual performances and the key moments. With The Reds sitting pretty at the top of the table, it would be churlish to moan about the nature of the win but it’s not all sweetness and light as your RAW analysts look at some of the things Jürgen Klopp’s side can still improve upon. Overall, however, it’s job done.
Post Match RAW:  OH VAR EXCITED

Post Match RAW: OH VAR EXCITED

The latest RAW sees Trev Downey, Hari Sethi and Jim Boardman reflecting on the 15th Reds’ win in a row - a 1-2 victory at Stamford Bridge against Frank Lampard’s Chelsea. There are several things to have a bit of a moan about, from substitutes to conceding territory and impetus in the second half, but the overall reaction from all three lads is that The Reds pulled off a fantastic result. As ever, all major moments and the individual performances are analysed and assessed and the VAR chat alone is worth your time.
Post Match RAW: CLEAR AND OBVIOUS?

Post Match RAW: CLEAR AND OBVIOUS?

On the latest RAW Trev Downey, Dave Hendrick and Karl Matchett discuss a very rare Liverpool defeat after The Reds suffered a 2-0 loss in the San Paolo against Napoli. Carlo Ancelotti’s men were a real test for Jürgen Klopp’s Premier League leaders and a combination of their good play, some disjointed football from Liverpool and a massively controversial penalty call led to another away defeat in Europe for the reigning Champions. As ever, all incidents and performances get put under the RAW microscope.
Post Match RAW: ROBERTO THE BRUCE

Post Match RAW: ROBERTO THE BRUCE

The latest RAW sees Trev Downey, Karl Matchett and Hari Sethi cheerfully pull apart Liverpool’s comprehensive 3-1 win over Newcastle United at Anfield. As always, the individual performances and the key moments are analysed and the lads revel in a Mané masterclass and a no-look Man Of The Match showing from Bobby Firmino. The Reds stay top regardless, the record is extended and the beat goes on…
Post Match RAW: REDS WIN TURF WAR

Post Match RAW: REDS WIN TURF WAR

On the latest RAW, Trev Downey, Dave Hendrick and Karl Matchett discuss Liverpool’s emphatic 3-0 win over Burnley which sent them two points clear at the top going into the international break. As usual, the lads assess the individual performances and all the major talking points, with Bobby Firmino receiving much of the plaudits and Adrian being lauded for his keeping of a clean sheet. However, if you’re hoping for a long angsty section on the so-called falling-out between Mo Salah and Sadio Mané, I’m afraid the lads don’t share your concern.
Post Match RAW: GUNS AND OUR MO

Post Match RAW: GUNS AND OUR MO

On the latest episode of RAW, Trev Downey, Dave Hendrick and Karl Matchett reflect on the impressive and comprehensive Liverpool victory over Arsenal in the Premier League. As ever, the individual incidents and performances are assessed by the lads in the heat of the immediate aftermath and there is much pleasant and light-hearted chat amongst the analysis, with The Reds going clear at the top of the table in only the third game of the campaign.
Post Match RAW: COMETH THE MANÉ

Post Match RAW: COMETH THE MANÉ

On the latest RAW, Trev Downey, Karl Matchett and Mo Chatra pick the bones out of a Jekyll and Hyde Reds performance as Jürgen Klopp’s men came away from St. Mary’s with a 2-1 win over Southampton. As ever, the lads look at every major incident and play of the match and the individual performances are assessed in the process. Needless to say, the goalkeeper is the focus of much of the discussion after an excellent display marred by some carelessness. A win, however, is a win and that is very much the lads’ overall take.
Post Match RAW: ROCKY REDS LOVE ADRIAN

Post Match RAW: ROCKY REDS LOVE ADRIAN

On the latest RAW, Trev Downey, Dave Hendrick and Karl Matchett reflect on Liverpool’s European Super Cup win. It was a bit of a mixed bag in terms of performance but having travelled to Istanbul, played gruelling extra time in draining humidity and then endured a penalty shoot-out, the only thing that mattered was that Jordan Henderson finished the night with his nifty patented trophy lift. He did. It was, however, Adrian who found himself as the star of the show on the night. As ever, the lads analyse the key moments, the individual performances and the tactical approach. It’s RAW…and it’s back with a bang.
Post Match RAW: ADRIAN FC

Post Match RAW: ADRIAN FC

Post Match Raw returns as the Reds got their 19/20 PL campaign underway with a 4-1 win at home to newly promoted Norwich. With Trev Downey doing some final training in a warm weather camp, Hari Sethi steps in to host and welcomes on Mo Chatra and Dave Hendrick. - Norwich’s approach - Naive or admirable? - Bobby & Mo razor sharp - Alisson’s injury dampens the occasion
Post Match RAW: WE WON IT SIX TIMES

Post Match RAW: WE WON IT SIX TIMES

On the final RAW of the season, Trev Downey, Dave Hendrick, Karl Matchett and Hari Sethi plus a few surprise guests celebrate The Reds winning a SIXTH EUROPEAN CUP against Tottenham Hotspur in the Wanda Metropolitana Stadium in Madrid. It’s a buoyant and understandably loose affair which sees the host TRY to impose some order on the carnage that SHOULD accompany a 6th win of the most prestigious trophy in world football. It’s been quite a season. Trev wants you to know he loves you all - all of you - THE SIX TIMES CHAMPIONS OF EUROPE.
Post Match RAW: ONE MORE WIN

Post Match RAW: ONE MORE WIN

On the last Premier League RAW of the season, Trev Downey, Dave Hendrick and Karl Matchett have yet another Reds’ win to discuss as Jürgen Klopp’s men finish an outrageously impressive campaign with 97 points and a barrage of individual awards. The lads, as ever, analyse the key moments and the individual performances but there are many understandable diversions, with everyone having one eye trained very greedily on the Champions League final and the chance to make this campaign a historic and era-defining one.
Post Match RAW: MENTALITY GIANTS

Post Match RAW: MENTALITY GIANTS

The latest RAW features Trev Downey, Dave Hendrick, Hari Sethi and Karl Matchett as they reflect on the greatest Liverpool performance since Istanbul, which saw The Reds overturn a 3-0 deficit to win by the odd goal in seven and send themselves into a second consecutive Champions League semi-final. It was a night of outrageous achievement against the odds, with Mo Salah, Bobby Firmino, Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade Chamberlain and then, for the second half, Andy Robertson, all unavailable. On the night, the heroes were everywhere and the remarkable impact of Jürgen Klopp on the club was seen in the most visceral of ways. As ever, match incidents and individual performances are assessed, but folks, The Gorgeous Reds have another crack at Big Ears - what a time to be alive.
Post Match RAW: LAST DAY DECIDER

Post Match RAW: LAST DAY DECIDER

On the latest RAW, Trev Downey, Dave Hendrick and Karl Matchett react to the emotional rollercoaster that was The Reds’ 2-3 win over Newcastle in their penultimate Premier League fixture - a victory which saw Jürgen Klopp’s men go back AGAIN to the top of the table. It was a match with incidents aplenty and each of them is examined by the lads, who also assess all of the performances on the night. Suffice it to say that one man comes out poorly but several others receive varying degrees of praise for a job delightfully done. The Reds go into the last game of the Premier League season in with a shout and despite the loss of two of their most potent attacking threats, a CL final remains possible. These are happy days.
Post Match RAW: A BIG ASK

Post Match RAW: A BIG ASK

On the latest RAW, Trev Downey, Dave Hendrick and Karl Matchett convene in the immediate aftermath of Liverpool’s 3-0 defeat in Barcelona to give their reactions to what was a crushingly disappointing result. The lads look at the controversial selection by the manager and assess its merits on the night and they reflect on a match in which a lack of cutting edge cost The Reds dearly, whilst a lethal efficiency from Ernesto Valverde’s men allowed them to take a flattering three goal advantage to Anfield. There’s a discussion of all the Redmen’s contributions and each of the matches major moments and also a wary look forward at what is now a big ask at Anfield.
Post Match RAW: EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE

Post Match RAW: EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE

The latest RAW podcast sees Trev Downey, Dave Hendrick and Mo Chatra revelling in The Reds’ resounding 5-0 victory over Huddersfield Town. As you expect from this show, each and every key moment (and some amusing tangential ones) is analysed, with all of the players’ contributions assessed. There is some upbeat discussion about the incredibly encouraging direction in which the club is headed, some cold analysis of the things (and personnel) that need to change and some giddy fun as the lads realise that the two biggest titles are still winnable.
Post Match RAW: RUTHLESS REDS

Post Match RAW: RUTHLESS REDS

On the latest RAW, Trev Downey, Karl Matchett and Mo Chatra pull apart the ninth Reds win on the bounce as Jürgen Klopp’s men responded to the challenge of Manchester City and comfortably beat Cardiff to go back to the top of the Premier League. It was a dominant Liverpool performance with the goals coming from less likely sources in Gini Wijnaldum and James Milner, a fact which, in itself, shows the character, resilience and adaptability of this team. As ever, the lads analyse the key moments and the individual performances of The Reds.
Post Match RAW:  REDS SAVAGE PORTO

Post Match RAW: REDS SAVAGE PORTO

On the latest RAW, Trev Downey, Dave Hendrick and Karl Matchett revel in The Reds’ emphatic progression to the last four of the Champions League for the second season in a row, as they dug in and weathered a Portuguese storm in the Estadio do Dragao, before eventually running out 1-4 winners on the night for a 6-1 aggregate victory.It was an odd evening in Porto, with some real highs and a few uncomfortable moments to endure but, as ever, the lads pluck out every incident of note and analyse the contributions of Jürgen Klopp’s men on the night.
Post Match RAW:  NARRATIVE-BUSTING REDS

Post Match RAW: NARRATIVE-BUSTING REDS

On the latest RAW, Trev Downey, Dave Hendrick and Karl Matchett pick the bones out of Liverpool’s mightily impressive 2-0 win over Chelsea, which saw Jürgen Klopp’s men return to the summit of the Premier League and underline their intentions for this title race. As ever, the three lads analyse the individual performances, with the midfield trio of Henderson, Keita and Fabinho getting plenty of airtime and the likes of Matip, Mané and, of course, Salah, also garnering plenty of praise. The main incidents of the game are looked at in detail and the panel assess the task that remains ahead of The Reds in both major competitions, with an outrageous double still a glorious possibility.