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EPL INDEX SPECIAL: South American Stardust

EPL INDEX SPECIAL: South American Stardust

Dave Davis speaks to South American Football Expert Tom Robinson about the Premier League as they discuss: - Copa America: on and off the field including Nunez and Enzo Incidents - ⁠Transfer Targets: Richard Rios and Manuel Ugarte - ⁠Premier League Players: Luiz Guilherme, Enzo Barrenachea and Carlos Miguel Plenty for LFC, Chelsea, United, West Ham and other fans! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Want vs Need: Daily Red Podcast

Want vs Need: Daily Red Podcast

Dave looks at today's LFC related news as other teams are on the verge of more transfers which as annoyed the fan base. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hair: Daily Red Podcast

Hair: Daily Red Podcast

Trev looks at today's LFC related news, on a quiet Thursday the main story is of course Mo's hair! There's also Thiago's new role at Barcelona, preseason prep and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Scouser Tommies: Vamos

Scouser Tommies: Vamos

Jim Boardman and Jay Reid are back after a bit of a break and ready to get their pre-season underway. A new era is underway at Anfield, but it’s all kind of low key and behind closed doors as the international Reds slowly return from their exploits in Germany and the US. As much of England reels from the latest tournament exit of their ‘brave’ heroes, this time without pens, many in Merseyside are smiling. Liverpool’s relationship with England – the club’s fans or the city’s people – has been strained for as long as most of us can remember, and not just for football reasons. But when we are talking football, it’s the same as it ever was, as Jay and Jim try to explain. For those Reds stars playing for countries who do respect them it’s been a busy spell, although only Alexis Mac Allister will be arriving back at the Axa with a winner’s medal. Diaz and Nunez both had good tournaments, as did Euros joint top scorer Cody Gakpo, at least on a personal level. Cody’s club and country skipper Virgil Van Dijk was interviewed in the aftermath of going out of the Euros to that struggling England side and asked about his future. His response, along the lines of needing to get some rest after an emotional season – and it was definitely emotional – has been twisted in some quarters. As you’d expect. However, as Jim and Jay point out, he does have some thinking to do, but it’s unlikely any of the options he has in mind including Anfield early. We’ll see. It's been a quiet transfer window so far, but with the Reds starting their pre-season fixtures a couple of weeks later than usual, with no trips to the likes of Tranmere, Chester, Wigan or Wrexham, maybe it’s not worth panicking too much about it just yet. A new manager working for a boss who’s new to the club, not to mention the other changes to the structure, aren’t exactly conditions for having half a dozen signatures done before any of the players are back off holiday. As seems to be the case far too often, Jay and Jim find themselves talking about a topic that relates to football but has little to do with what’s going on the pitch. The scenes in the Copa America, first of all with players worrying about the safety of their families, and then fans worrying about their own safety ahead of the final. Football absolutely has to fix this, as a matter of urgency, before football fans and their families once again have to pay a price nobody should pay to see a game of football. You’ve had 35 years to get this right, 35 years where you’ve found every possible way to squeeze every last cent out of the supporters, whilst doing little to look after their safety. FIFA, UEFA, CONMEBOL and each country’s FA should be putting measures in place to ensure events of this nature are handled properly. Jim and Jay have a few simple ideas that could reduce the risks we see. And stop blaming it on fans. With news also breaking that FSG have binned their efforts to buy a French club, Jay and Jim discuss whether it’s right for clubs to be run by organisations with multi-club ownership models. There are pros and cons to it, of course, and done right it could be a boost to the sport, although as Jay points out, in one part of Merseyside any talk of club ownership is a touchy subject. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Why Liverpool Left Leny Yoro Race - The David Lynch Podcast

Why Liverpool Left Leny Yoro Race - The David Lynch Podcast

Liverpool are out of the race to sign highly-rated Lille defender Leny Yoro. The Reds' interest in the 18-year-old had previously been confirmed, but with the caveat that they expected him to move to Real Madrid. However, it is Manchester United who have swooped in to sign him, agreeing a deal worth in the region of £50m. Liverpool reporter David Lynch is here to explain why Richard Hughes and co elected not to rival the Red Devils for Yoro's signature. There are also updates on rumours regarding Crystal Palace's Marc Guehi and RB Leipzig's Mohamed Simakan. Let us know your thoughts on the news and what business you hope to see the Reds do in the comments. For more Liverpool news, make sure you like and subscribe, and don't forget to follow David on X, Facebook and Threads @davidlynchlfc. You can also now find regular Liverpool updates, including transfer news, match analysis and more at Substack here: https://davidlynchlfc.substack.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Liverpool Eye Celtic Midfielder Matt O’Riley in £23m Move Liverpool’s Transfer Ambitions Liverpool are gearing up for a significant summer transfer window under new manager Arne Slot. While major overhauls are off the table, some strategic tweaks are anticipated to strengthen the squad. Delayed by the summer’s international tournaments, Liverpool’s transfer activities have been slow […]

Liverpool Eyeing Free Agent Adrien Rabiot: An In-Depth Look Liverpool FC’s potential acquisition of French midfielder Adrien Rabiot has been a hot topic among fans and pundits alike. Following the expiration of his contract with Juventus, Rabiot is now a free agent, making him an enticing option for clubs seeking midfield reinforcement without a transfer […]

Xabi Alonso’s Rejection of Liverpool: A Calculated Decision? When Jurgen Klopp stepped down as Liverpool manager last year, the club was quick to consider Xabi Alonso as his successor. This was no surprise, given Alonso’s impressive turnaround of Bayer Leverkusen since his appointment in October 2022. Despite this, Alonso declined the Liverpool job, leading to […]

Liverpool’s 2024/25 Media Day: Behind-the-Scenes Action Liverpool recently unveiled an exclusive behind-the-scenes video of their 2024/25 media day shoot, showcasing the team’s new season kit and much more. The event, held at the AXA Training Centre, has generated a buzz among fans eager for the upcoming football season. Unveiling the New Kit A significant highlight […]

Virgil van Dijk’s Future at Liverpool: A Crucial Decision for Club and Player As the summer transfer window heats up, speculation about the future of Liverpool’s stalwart defender, Virgil van Dijk, has become a hot topic. Gianluca Dimarzio for wettbasis.com provided insightful commentary on this subject, raising key points about van Dijk’s potential moves and […]

Arsenal’s Reluctance Opens the Door for Liverpool’s £65m Guehi Swoop The ongoing transfer saga involving Crystal Palace’s Marc Guehi has taken a significant turn, with Arsenal stepping back from the race, thereby clearing the path for Liverpool to make their move. According to TeamTalk, Arsenal had initially shown interest in Guehi but were deterred by […]

Liverpool’s Missed Opportunity: The Case of Leny Yoro Liverpool’s recent transfer activity, or lack thereof, has stirred up quite a debate among fans and pundits alike. The focus has been on their failed pursuit of Leny Yoro, a promising young defender who eventually chose Manchester United over the Reds. Paul Gorst, in an interview with […]

Dominik Szoboszlai: Battling Injury and Pursuing Excellence A Tale of Grit and Determination Football is often romanticised for its tales of heroics and resilience, where players push their physical limits to achieve greatness. Dominik Szoboszlai’s recent journey through injury and performance at the Euros epitomises this enduring spirit. The talented midfielder, who shone brightly for […]

Liverpool, EURO 2024, and Copa America: Insights from Anfield Index Jim Boardman and Jay Reid are back with their latest episode of the Anfield Index podcast, discussing the latest happenings at Liverpool FC and beyond. This insightful conversation touches on Liverpool’s pre-season, the aftermath of the Euros, and the state of international football. Liverpool’s Pre-Season […]

Exciting Times Ahead: Unveiling Liverpool’s Anfield Road Stand Enhancements As Liverpool FC continue to innovate and enhance the experience at their iconic stadium, the ongoing developments at the Anfield Road Stand mark a significant era in the club’s rich history. Here’s a closer look at the upgrades and the burgeoning features that promise to augment […]

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