Scouser Tommies: Anfield Melody

Scouser Tommies: Anfield Melody

Mike Nevin was joined by Alieu Melody to discuss his "SONG FOR LIVERPOOL". Mike asks Alieu about supporting the Reds in Sierra Leone, and how he became a Liverpool fan, and Alieu gives us a performance of the song on the podcast …
Scouser Tommies: ALL ROUND THE FIELDS

Scouser Tommies: ALL ROUND THE FIELDS

Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin turn their attention this week to some of the Anfield matchday traditions that are hopefully coming back after lockdown, including the usual welcome given to ex-Reds, and wonder if the Kop’s long-standing tribute to opposition keepers is slowly dying out. Also this week, the two talk about the parallels between this league title and some of the near-misses over the past few decades …
Scouser Tommies: Hello! Hello! Here we go!

Scouser Tommies: Hello! Hello! Here we go!

Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin return for another look at life as a Red in the hometown of the current champions of England, Europe and the World. Topics under discussion this week include Graeme Souness’s recollections from before his time at Anfield and of being a young player under the legendary Jack Charlton. Also, tributes needed paying - and get paid - to Clive Tyldesley, for the way he always made his 1980s Merseyside audience feel they were behind the Iron Curtain with him as the Reds went ventured to faraway places in the hunt for precious silver. And of course, his words in 2005 …
Scouser Tommies: NOW DO YOU BELIEVE US?

Scouser Tommies: NOW DO YOU BELIEVE US?

After telling everyone for years just how good it is to win the league, Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin have some fresh evidence courtesy of Jurgen and the boys. Now do you believe us? With a minor role from a happy traffic warden, Mike and Jim do their best to offload 30 years of frustration and near misses into one hour, emotional at times but most of all just full of joy that the wait is finally over. PS. It’s Campioni, you wools …
Scouser Tommies: We’ve gone and won the league!

Scouser Tommies: We’ve gone and won the league!

30 years since they last saw it happen, Jim Boardman and Karl Coppack get together to talk about the 19th time it happened, for the first time since football began in the early nineties. Liverpool are League Champions, what else could they chat about? Did they feel the urge to gloat at everyone else, how does this squad compare to what won the other titles and was the souvenir Echo in colour this time? …
Scouser Tommies:  Sent for the Echo

Scouser Tommies: Sent for the Echo

Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin are back, wondering this time if it’s okay to get a little bit excited that the football is about to return. Where would be best for The Reds to clinch Title 19 in the year of Covid 19? Would some club’s players even notice their games were being played behind closed doors? Can Liverpool afford to splash £50m on players in the current climate? And how would a Scouse Nan let you know you’d driven her up the wall? …
Scouser Tommies:  Waterproof Diouf with Guy Drinkel

Scouser Tommies: Waterproof Diouf with Guy Drinkel

Jim Boardman is joined this time by Guy Drinkel for special episode looking at Guy’s journey to becoming a Red from a distance and how even the Hodgson era wasn’t going to get in the way. There’s time to discuss the heavily paused season so far and how it might play out now there’s a glimmer of hope of it actually being played. Jim also asks Guy for his All Time LFC XI - will there be any surprises? …
Scouser Tommies: That Red Strip With Eddie Gibbs

Scouser Tommies: That Red Strip With Eddie Gibbs

Eddie Gibbs joins Jim Boardman as we continue our look at the back stories of familiar AI voices from around the world. With family roots on Liverpool's Scottie Road it was perhaps inevitable that Eddie would become a Red, but football wasn't the only sport vying for his attention growing up. With some thoughts on the season so far and some insight into Eddie's move into fan-media, the show is rounded off with Eddie's all-time greatest Liverpool XI. Were there any difficult decisions? …
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