On the latest Molby On The Spot, Trev Downey and Jan Molby look at the disappointing loss to Atalanta and ask how the second leg will go and how Klopp should approach it. There's a lot of discussion around the remaining games for all three club's in contention for the Premier League title and Jan offers his views on the ticket hikes, the protest and the ownership. As ever, a packed hour of chat.
On the latest Molby On The Spot, Trev Downey and Jan Molby speak about the City game, the ongoing PGMOL shitshow, the media narrative-spinning and the impact the draw may have on perception The Reds, City and Arsenal have of themselves as potential champions. Jan refuses to be embroiled in any conspiracy talk, preferring instead the wisdom of Hanlon's Razor a heuristic telling us to “never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity.” Of course, the lads also look ahead to the games against Sparta Prague and Manchester United and, as ever, The Great Dane has plenty to say about the latter!
On the latest episode of Molby On The Spot, Trev Downey and Jan Molby revel in the Carabao Cup Final victory over Chelsea and look ahead to the games against Southampton and Nottingham Forest. As ever, the lads cover a multitude of topics, including: the culture that Klopp has created; the seamless introduction of so many Academy graduates without ant decline in standard or effort; the best performers on the day for the Reds; the big decision to disallow the first VVD goal; the odd sour grapes coming from the likes of Ferdinand and Guardiola; why the Manchester City boss is particularly worried; which of the kids will feature in the FA Cup and the mentalist that is Darwin Nunez.
On the latest Molby On The Spot, Trev Downey and Jan Molby look back at the win over Luton, discuss the excellent form of Wataru Endo, analyse the skill of positional awareness, sing the praises of Conor Bradley and Jarell Quansah, pick apart the Chelsea game-plan and style of play, choose the best eleven for the Carabao Cup Final, acknowledge the power of Anfield and chat about the unique togetherness of this squad under Jürgen Klopp.
On the latest Molby on the Spot, Trev Downey and Jan Molby discuss the potential replacements for Jürgen Klopp, the huge potential for success in the German's remaining games at the helm, the challenge posed by Brentford and Luton in the next to league matches and so much more.
On the latest Molby On The Spot Trev Downey and Jan Molby discuss their usual broad swathe of topics, including: the composition of the perfect midfield; the emergence of Quansah and Bradley; the comparative strengths of the current side versus the great sides of Jan's time; the games ahead against Norwich and Chelsea; the potential recruitment next summer; the importance of getting good sleep; quizzing Kloppo and much more!
On the latest Molby On The Spot, Trev Downey and Jan Molby catch up with everything Liverpool, with the reds sat atop the league. They discuss a wide variety of topics, with a look at recent form, the Jordan Henderson situation, transfers of course and much more!
On the latest Molby On The Spot, Trev Downey and Jan Molby look back at recent Reds outings and ahead to the Arsenal game. As ever, a range of topics are discussed, including: the things to take from the draw with the Mancs; the boring media narratives; Keane vs VVD - a load of old nonsense; the old atmosphere chat again - Jan on the story that will never go away and he first experienced in 1985( ! ); Steve Bruce and the evolution of top flight centre halves; Szoboszlai unlocked; Nunez from the left; Jan on Arteta and Arsenal as title contenders; the likely XI for the top of the table clash against the Gunners and much much more.
On the latest Molby On The Spot, Trev Downey and Liverpool legend Jan Molby look back over three wins and ahead to the game against Crystal Palace. Along the way they discuss the usual myriad of topics, including: the state of affairs at United and whether or not Ten Haag is the man to bring back the glory; Klopp's prickly interview with Marcus Buckland; flashback to the days of Kenny Dalglish and the difference between his two managerial stints from the point of view of his media relations; the sacking of Dalglish and the Sky search for comments from a posse of drunken ex-Reds; Liverpool finding a way to win games regardless of the performance; VVD back to his best and the advantage that gives us as a team; Ibrahima Konaté and the need to see a long run of games from the talented defender before we can assess his true status; Wataru Endo and the moments that may have transformed his Liverpool career; Roy Hodgson and his usual pattern and the challenge posed at the weekend by Crystal Palace. All this and much more on another show with the best pundit in the business.
On the latest Molby On The Spot, Trev Downey and Jan Molby look back at the Manchester City game and discuss the upcoming matches against LASK and Fulham with a vast array of topics discussed, as ever, including: the disappointment of leaving two points at the Etihad; the comparative strength of the challenging teams; the delight in madness - Darwin Nunez, Bruce Grobbelaar vs the 'actors;' Manchester United on a roll but always good for a laugh; LASK's cup final; Jan's "not having" Fulham; Todd Boehly's reign of madness and the Redmen out injured - will the side cope without Ali and Jota?

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