Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast

Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast

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Liverpool FC podcasts from the Liverpool ECHO, including our main Blood Red show with James Pearce, Ian Doyle, Joe Rimmer, Paul Gorst, Sean Bradbury, Caoimhe O'Neill, Connor Dunn and Theo Squires; Neil Fitzmaurice's Poetry in Motion; Peter Ho…


How much Champions League win was worth to Liverpool, catching Manchester United, and what’s happening with Manchester City and FFP
Jun 26 • 34 min
You don’t need reminding what a successful season it has been for Liverpool and the strides that have been made under Jurgen Klopp. But while glory on the field is what it’s all about for supporters, there’s no getting away from the fact that what a club…
Why Liverpool would be right to move for Bruno Fernandes - and the story behind surprise link to Benfica rookie
Jun 25 • 17 min
Jurgen Klopp finds himself in the enviable position of not having to do too much tinkering to a squad that won the club’s sixth European Cup. That’s why reports connecting Liverpool to the likes of Matthijs de Ligt and Nicholas Pepe have so far been…
Blood Red: Remembering Fernando Torres and what next for Rafa Benitez as Liverpool’s left-back search continues
Jun 24 • 38 min
July is just a week away and Liverpool have yet to make their first signing of the summer. In contrast, it looks like Manchester City are about to get busy in the market with the big-money acquisitions of Harry Maguire and Rodri. But is our latest Blood…
Blood Red: Building Divock Origi’s statue, Kylian Mbappe and the Liverpool transfer shift that Reds fans will enjoy getting used to
Jun 21 • 44 min
The latest Blood Red podcast features host Joe Rimmer alongside Paul Gorst, Caoimhe O’Neill and Theo Squires and it’s dominated by a topic that gets fans’ pulses racing like few others - transfers. With Liverpool linked to a shock move for Kylian Mbappe…
Allez Les Rouges: Liverpool’s next star, the full-back question, and the Community Shield with a difference
Jun 20 • 58 min
It’s nearly three weeks since that unforgettable night in Madrid and we still can’t enough of talking about how Liverpool won European Cup number six. But how was it for the people who chronicled’ the Reds’ Champions League triumph? ECHO old boy, Neil…
Analysing Anfield: Liverpool’s direct threats to further glory - and the no-brainer Kylian Mbappe
Jun 18 • 53 min
Think there is little to talk about during this dead period around Liverpool FC? Think again. Kristian Walsh and Josh Williams go off-course this week and analyse the clubs who will look to stop Liverpool lifting the Premier League title next season? In…
Blood Red: Why Man United and Chelsea’s problems won’t trouble Liverpool - and the transfer issues Klopp must solve this summer
Jun 17 • 41 min
The Blood Red podcast is back and the lads are discussing the Liverpool issues on all supporters’ minds right now. Host Sam Carroll is joined by Theo Squires, Chris Beesley and Joe Rimmer to ask all the big questions. How do Liverpool replace Simon…
What Barcelona and Real Madrid are doing about Liverpool’s Champions League win – and the true value of Alisson underlined
Jun 15 • 48 min
Welcome to the second part of our European special on the Blood Red channel to see how the leading clubs on the continent are going to react to Liverpool winning the Champions League. In part one, we spoke to writers who cover Ligue 1 in France and the…
Blood Red: The Dejan Lovren poser and why it’s Man City and not Liverpool who have more work to do in the market
Jun 15 • 31 min
With the 2019-20 fixtures out, are we now okay to call it ‘this season’? Even though ‘last season’ only ended two weeks ago with glory in Madrid? It’s a question Sean Bradbury, Paul Gorst and Caoimhe O’Neill contemplate before getting stuck into the more…
Poetry in Motion: Why Klopp should be selective as top talent scramble to play for Liverpool
Jun 14 • 47 min
Think we’ve stopped crowing about Liverpool winning the Champions League yet? Well, think again Manchester City fans, Tottenham Hotspur legends or anyone else who is jealous of the Reds’ success, because we’ll be doing it for some time yet. That’s the…
Analysing Anfield transfer special: How Liverpool’s perfect summer shapes up
Jun 13 • 69 min
Liverpool may be champions of Europe, but that doesn’t stop interest in transfers being at an all-time high. But how does Liverpool’s recruitment work - and what does it mean for their work this summer transfer window? Kristian Walsh and Josh Williams run…
The Liverpool lesson Paris Saint-Germain need to learn - and why Werner, and not Pepe, Depay and Fekir, should be on Klopp’s shortlist
Jun 11 • 41 min
We very much doubt you need reminding but Liverpool were crowned European champions for the sixth time just under two weeks ago with their historic victory in Madrid sending out a massive statement of intent to the rest of Europe. So that got us thinking……
Blood Red: de Ligt, Depay, Fernandes, Origi and Wilson - Liverpool’s transfer roulette
Jun 11 • 47 min
We have talked and talked about European Cup number six - and we will take great pleasure in continuing to talk about it for years and years to come. But while that magical weekend in Madrid is still very much in our thoughts, our first Blood Red podcast…
View from the Kop: The indelible mark Jurgen Klopp will leave on Liverpool and why no transfer target is now beyond the club’s grasp
Jun 10 • 46 min
One week on from the incredible scenes that accompanied the Liverpool’s triumphant return to the city, with European Cup number six in the bag, Dan Kay and Paul Philbin join host Paul Wheelock for a View from the Kop fans’ podcast. Dan and Philbo were…
Allez Les Rouges: Back on their perch and now what Liverpool must do next - on and off the field
Jun 8 • 53 min
Our week of celebrations on the Blood Red channel continues with a must-listen Allez Les Rouges podcast. Host Peter Hooton is at full strength as he is joined by regular guests Ste Monaghan, Kieth Culvin, John Nicolson and Accrington Stanley manager John…
Blood Red: Sturridge’s fond farewell, the Lallana conundrum, and letting Champions League win sink in
Jun 7 • 28 min
Nearly one week on and the mood is still very much buoyant after Liverpool’s incredible Champions League final win. But have the events of Madrid really sunk in for you? That’s the question host Sean Bradbury asks Ian Doyle, Paul Gorst and Caoimhe O’Neill…
Analysing Anfield: The Jurgen Klopp masterclass which confirmed Liverpool as Europe’s best
Jun 6 • 60 min
Liverpool are champions of Europe. What’s more, they are the best team on the continent… and they look very hard to stop. That is the overriding feeling on the latest episode of Analysing Anfield with Kristian Walsh and Josh Williams, as the pair…
Blood Red Live in Liverpool: Join James Pearce, Ian Doyle, Peter Hooton and Neil Fitzmaurice to celebrate Liverpool becoming champions of Europe
Jun 6 • 73 min
The celebrations continued on Wednesday night as we staged our latest Blood Red Live, this time right here in Liverpool at the Baltic Market. Featuring our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce and reporter Ian Doyle, Peter Hooton, of our Allez Les…
Blood Red: Inside story of Liverpool’s Champions League win and homecoming parade
Jun 5 • 53 min
It’s the Blood Red podcast and Liverpool have won it six times. Host Sean Bradbury has done some Harry Redknapp-style wheeling and dealing to secure the services of pod debutant and news reporter Joe Thomas, who covered the final and parade in Liverpool,…
James Pearce on Sturridge and Moreno departures, possible replacements, and futures of Origi, Milner and Matip
Jun 5 • 20 min
Like millions of Reds fans all over the world, it was back down to earth for our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce when he returned to work at the office after a historic weekend in Madrid. But such is the nature of following the Reds, there is very…
The story of a BOSS party in the park as Liverpool’s supporters take over Madrid
Jun 3 • 20 min
Nothing will beat those scenes when Jordan Henderson got his hands on Liverpool’s sixth European Cup and lifted Ol’ Big Ears high into the Madrid sky to the utter delight of Reds supporters in the Wanda Metropolitano and all over the world. But that was…
Blood Red from Madrid: The start of a golden future and tribute to Liverpool’s ultimate role model
Jun 3 • 29 min
It’s 2.15 in the morning at the Wanda Metropolitano and, with their final copy filed and the last of the jubilant Liverpool players spoken to, James Pearce, Ian Doyle and Conor Dunn sit down to record a very special Blood Red podcast to react to…
Post-Game: Liverpool crowned kings of Europe for sixth time after beating Tottenham Hotspur to win Champions League
Jun 3 • 43 min
Liverpool are champions of Europe for the sixth time! The mighty Reds got their hands on the biggest prize in club football in Madrid on Saturday night when they beat Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano to win the…
Blood Red from Madrid: The moment Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool have been building up to
Jun 1 • 27 min
So here we are, just a matter of hours away from the Champions League final, and just like Jurgen Klopp at his press conference at the Wanda Metropolitano on Friday afternoon, our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce and reporter Ian Doyle cut calm…
Rafa Benitez exclusive: James Pearce speaks to the last manager to win the European Cup for Liverpool
Jun 1 • 15 min
We have a very special podcast for you as our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce speaks exclusively to Rafa Benitez from Madrid. Rafa, of course, is the last manager to bring the European Cup back to Anfield after he masterminded the magical victory…
Fans in Madrid share their incredible stories about how they’ve got to the Champions League final 2019
Jun 1 • 16 min
For a special bonus episode of the Blood Red podcast, producer Michael Pearson went onto the streets of Madrid to find just a few of the incredible stories of how thousands of Reds have made the trip to the Spanish capital for the Champions League Final.…
Press Conference: Andy Robertson, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jurgen Klopp speak to the media on eve of Champions League final
May 31 • 35 min
The time for talking is almost over - the Champions League final between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur takes place at the Wanda Metropolitano tonight. But we’re not done with our podcast offerings just yet. Our latest listen on the Blood Red channel is…
Blood Red from Madrid: A sea of Red, Klopp’s interesting change, and the midfielder to miss out
May 31 • 30 min
One day to go until the big one, the Champions League final between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur at the Wanda Metropolitano, and the ECHO’s reporting team of James Pearce, Ian Doyle and Connor Dunn have arrived in Madrid. Connor actually got there…
Blood Red: What Champions League final means for Klopp’s legacy and his two selection dilemmas
May 30 • 42 min
With just two days to go until Liverpool’s Champions League showdown against Spurs, it’s a Blood Red podcast fuelled by equal measures of nerves and excitement. Host Sean Bradbury is joined by Paul Gorst, Caoimhe O’Neill and Dan Kay for a last look ahead…
Blood Red Live in Dublin: Join James Pearce, Ian Doyle, Steven Daly and Philip Egan for the perfect pre-Champions League final listen
May 30 • 44 min
The Blood Red podcast took over Dublin on Wednesday night with hundreds of Irish Reds packed into the Dtwo bar for an exclusive live event in association with Carlsberg. It was a superb evening of Liverpool FC chat and the perfect warm-up to Saturday’s…
Analysing Anfield: Champions League final special
May 29 • 59 min
The Champions League final in Madrid is upon us as Liverpool aim to become six-time champions of Europe against Tottenham Hotspur. Kristian Walsh and Josh Williams offer all the tactical and statistical analysis you need on this special episode, with the…
View from the Kop: Time for Klopp’s Liverpool to take what’s rightfully theirs – and why it has to be the Firmino final
May 29 • 47 min
Just four days now till the big one, and before Dan Kay and Paul Philbin pack their things and head off on the journey to Madrid, the season-ticket holders join host Paul Wheelock for a View from the Kop fans’ podcast. Saturday’s showdown with Tottenham…
Poetry in Motion: The big Liverpool Champions League change - and the Fabinho move straight from the van Dijk playbook
May 28 • 51 min
Have a look at the Premier League table. Liverpool lost just once; Tottenham Hotspur 13 times. There was a 26-point difference between the teams. Surely, then, the Champions League final should be a foregone conclusion? That’s the question that Neil…
Press Conference: Jurgen Klopp, Joel Matip and Gini Wijnaldum pre-Champions League final press conference from Melwood
May 28 • 46 min
It’s media day at Melwood to kick start the build-up to Saturday’s mouthwatering Champions League final against Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur. And before journalists got the chance to watch the Reds in training and put questions to members of…
From Firmino’s late winner to miracle of Anfield - James Pearce on Liverpool’s road to Madrid
May 28 • 32 min
It’s getting close now. But before the build-up to Saturday’s Champions League final really kicks in, we’ve taken the chance to step back and reflect for our latest podcast on the Blood Red channel - on how Jurgen Klopp’s superb side have made it to…
The story of Harry Wilson’s dream season at Derby – and Liverpool’s stance on a Premier League star in the making
May 27 • 23 min
It’s a huge week for Liverpool. But for one current Reds player, his big match does not come at the Wanda Metropolitano on Saturday, but at Wembley on Monday. We’re of course talking about Harry Wilson, who will look to round off a stunning season on-loan…
Allez Les Rouges: Liverpool’s love affair, the ticket disgrace, and Klopp’s midfield line-up
May 26 • 51 min
With the Champions League final just one week away, and what with it being May 25th, the date on which Liverpool won their first and fifth European Cups, your latest Allez Les Rouges podcast is a Euro special. Host Peter Hooton is joined by regulars, and…
Blood Red: Dispelling the Tottenham Hotspur myth and the Jurgen Klopp favourite who can be Liverpool’s new teacher’s pet
May 25 • 43 min
There are just eight days to go until the 2019 Champions League final. So are our Blood Red panel feeling nervous? Join host Joe Rimmer and guests Ian Doyle, Caoimhe O’Neill and Paul Gorst for an eventful podcast discussing all the latest Liverpool FC…
The perfect Champions League final send off, a party in Madrid, and the fan factor powering Liverpool on
May 24 • 36 min
A club-record 97 Premier League points and a Champions League final to come – it’s been some season so far for Liverpool. From Jurgen Klopp’s incredible motivational and tactical powers, to the club’s razor-sharp recruitment, and the tight-bond in a squad…
Analysing Anfield: Q&A special on the defence, transfers and if Liverpool are here to stay
May 23 • 73 min
Liverpool have answered almost every question asked of them this season - and now it is our turn to do the same. With 10 days to go until the Champions League final, Kristian Walsh and Josh Williams open up the floor to the listeners and answer their…
Blood Red: The tricky Champions League final dynamic - and how Liverpool could make Pep and City even angrier
May 22 • 43 min
Our podcast build-up to Madrid starts today with our first Blood Red of the week - and there’s a lot for host Ian Doyle and guests James Pearce and Paul Gorst to get stuck into. Jurgen Klopp’s side have jetted off to a warm-weather training camp in…
Blood Red: The two signings Liverpool should make this summer - and that Man City chant
May 17 • 45 min
It’s the first Blood Red podcast since the transfer window was flung wide open this week. Ian Doyle, Paul Gorst and Connor Dunn join host Sean Bradbury to take a look at what business the Reds should do this summer. Ian spoke to Jamie Carragher today and…
Analysing Anfield: Liverpool’s marginal gains, what comes next at Anfield and how Mane has become unique in world football
May 16 • 61 min
Liverpool may not be Premier League champions, but it was still a campaign to celebrate and be proud of. It was also a season for some deep thinking and analysis - and that’s exactly what Kristian Walsh and Josh Williams do as they decipher Jurgen Klopp’s…
Poetry in Motion: The big Liverpool travesty - and the Scousest goal of all time
May 15 • 51 min
Liverpool could not have done much more to win the Premier League. But even though they were pipped at the post by Manchester City, Neil Fitzmaurice’s latest Poetry in Motion podcast attempts to underline just what an incredible campaign it has been.…
Blood Red: Bottling the Liverpool bottlers and what Jurgen Klopp needs to do this summer
May 13 • 40 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce and ECHO regulars Paul Gorst and Connor Dunn to assess the end of the Premier League season. It wasn’t meant to be…
Post-Game: No final-day drama but pride in abundance as Liverpool miss out on title by single point
May 12 • 42 min
The numbers are staggering. 30 wins from 38. Just one defeat. 21 clean sheets. 89 goals scored. But Liverpool finish their record-breaking season second behind Manchester City. The Reds held up their end of the bargain. They beat Wolves 2-0 to make it…
Allez Les Rouges: The one thing that will make Man City nervous on final day - and how Barcelona can top Istanbul
May 12 • 56 min
One day to go - one day until Liverpool could be crowned Premier League champions. Yes, the ball remains very much in Manchester City’s court, but if Tuesday night at Anfield proved anything, it’s that miracles do happen, especially when it comes to the…
Blood Red: Praying for a miracle at the Amex - and the future of the Liverpool forward line
May 10 • 35 min
Liverpool could win the Premier League title on Sunday and so end the most thrilling title race - certainly in terms of points accrued - in top-flight history. But the narrative going into the final-day decider has been very much focused on the Champions…
Press Conference: Klopp on title decider, Champions League final, fitness of key quartet, and future of duo
May 10 • 24 min
For the final time this season, Jurgen Klopp was at Melwood this morning to preview a Premier League match. But this is no ordinary match. Should Liverpool beat Wolves at Anfield on Sunday, and City drop points at Brighton, they would be crowned Premier…
Analysing Anfield: Jurgen Klopp’s mentality monsters oversee Anfield’s greatest night
May 9 • 49 min
It’s the 11th episode of Analysing Anfield - and it’s safe to say it’s the most buoyant one yet. No surprises what dominates the agenda as host Kristian Walsh and Josh Williams discuss all things Liverpool 4 Barcelona 0. The roles of Alisson, Trent,…
Blood Red: How Liverpool reached perfection on Anfield’s defining night
May 8 • 36 min
It actually happened. Liverpool came from 3-0 down in the first leg at the Nou Camp - or is it Camp Nou? - to win the second leg at Anfield 4-0 and seal a place in the Champions League final for the second season running. James Pearce, on this, a special…
Post-Game: Liverpool qualify for the Champions League final by destroying Barcelona in one of the greatest nights in the club’s history
May 7 • 48 min
It’s very hard to put into words what was witnessed at Anfield on Tuesday night, but thankfully, we have plenty of people who are able to that magnificently on this Post-Game podcast. None better of course, than our Liverpool FC correspondent James…
Blood Red: The key to pulling off another European miracle - and why Guardiola won’t be able to get Liverpool out of his head
May 7 • 25 min
The task facing Liverpool tonight could not be much tougher. No Mohamed Salah, no Roberto Firmino, no Naby Keita, and the little matter of a 3-0 first-leg deficit to overcome if the double-chasing Reds are to make a second straight Champions League final.…
Press Conference: Klopp and Trent on Barcelona, Salah injury and Premier League title battle
May 6 • 30 min
So here we go. The start of a week that could end with Liverpool winning the Premier League and qualifying for their second straight Champions League final. Admittedly, the latter is more unlikely, given the Reds must overturn a 3-0 deficit in their…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s unsurpassed character and the game City will have been fearing
May 5 • 23 min
You should know the drill by now - our first Blood Red podcast of the week arrives on a Monday. But this is no ordinary week and this is no ordinary season - one look at the Premier League table is testament to that. It is a table topped by Liverpool…
Post-Game: Divock Origi the unlikely hero again as resilient and relentless Reds go back top heading into thrilling final week
May 5 • 44 min
How is the heart rate? Settled down now? Wow, this Liverpool just don’t know when to quit. On the back of what happened in midweek at Barcelona, and after Mohamed Salah was stretchered off to (potentially) join Roberto Firmino on the sidelines, they could…
Analysing Anfield: Barcelona frustrations, Keita lamentations and playing high risk/reward vs Rafa
May 3 • 49 min
It’s the 10th episode of Analysing Anfield - and the first where the team have to dissect a defeat for Liverpool. After a tough and unjust 3-0 defeat in Barcelona, host Kristian Walsh is joined by Josh Williams as they look back at what went wrong - but…
Poetry in Motion: The dark arts, a sting in the tail and why this is a time to believe
May 3 • 44 min
A bit deflated by how it ended in Barcelona? Worried that Manchester City are not going to drop points in their final two games? Well, if you do need perking up then skip to the 40-minute mark of the latest Poetry in Motion podcast and let host Neil…
Press Conference: Klopp on Keita blow, Firmino update, and crucial Newcastle clash
May 3 • 15 min
Jurgen Klopp’s press conference at Melwood this morning starts with some bad news - over the injury sustained to Naby Keita in the Nou Camp. The Liverpool boss is also coy over Roberto Firmino’s chances of starting the crucial Premier League clash at…
Blood Red from Barcelona: Mixed emotions, Gomez gamble, and no complaints over Suarez antics
May 2 • 26 min
Before flying back to England, our Liverpool FC reporting team of James Pearce and Ian Doyle recorded their third Blood Red podcast of the week from Barcelona, this time from the city’s airport. The mood is mixed - and understandably so. The Reds have…
Post-Game: Champions League hopes hang by a thread after harsh Barcelona loss instigated by Messi
May 1 • 43 min
So how do you begin to describe that? In many ways there was nothing wrong with the performance and anyone who watched the game would surely agree Liverpool did not deserve to be beaten 3-0. But at the same time the final scoreline could have been greater…
Blood Red from Barcelona: Mane, the man for the big occasion, and the midfield to help stop Messi
May 1 • 28 min
Excited? Nervous? Both? We’re just hours away from the Champions League semi-final first leg between Barcelona and Liverpool at Camp Nou and, to get you in the mood, Ian Doyle and James Pearce have recorded their second Blood Red podcast of the week from…
Behind Enemy Lines: Messi’s Champions League mission and how Barcelona plan to stop their pressing problem
May 1 • 16 min
It goes to show the season that Liverpool are enjoying that the Champions League has almost been an afterthought at times during this incredible campaign. But while the thrilling race for the Premier League is very much alive, the focus tonight will…
Press Conference: Jurgen Klopp and Sadio Mane preview Liverpool’s Champions League semi-final at Barcelona
Apr 30 • 27 min
Liverpool have arrived in Barcelona and not long after touching down, manager Jurgen Klopp and on-fire forward Sadio Mane were in front of the world’s media to preview Wednesday’s massive Champions League semi-final first leg at Camp Nou. We start with…
View from the Kop: van Dijk the transformer, the Salah and Suarez difference, and why Liverpool are better off without Coutinho
Apr 30 • 31 min
We’re at the end of April and Liverpool are very much in the running for an incredible double. Little wonder, then, that the mood is positively upbeat for your latest View from the Kop fans’ podcast, featuring Paul Philbin and Matt Addison and hosted by…
Blood Red from Barcelona: No fear of the Nou Camp and how Liverpool will cope with their ultimate test
Apr 30 • 27 min
Our Liverpool FC reporting team of James Pearce and Ian Doyle have made their way to Barcelona, and on Monday afternoon, stationed themselves outside the Sagrada Familia to record a special Blood Red podcast, along with Andy Hunter, the Merseyside…
Blood Red: Giving Mohamed Salah the credit he deserves and Liverpool’s midfield problem
Apr 27 • 31 min
Have you warmed up yet? It may have been unseasonally cold at Anfield on Friday night - it’s almost May, for crying out loud - but Liverpool continued to prove hot stuff in the race for the Premier League title. In a special mini-pod after the 5-0 triumph…
Post-Game: Five-star Liverpool go back top of the Premier League and send message to Manchester City
Apr 26 • 35 min
If Manchester City thought their derby win at their woeful rivals United would dampen Liverpool’s spirits, then tonight proved without a shadow that is most definitely not the case. Yes, Jurgen Klopp’s relentless Reds swept aside relegated Huddersfield…
Analysing Anfield: Scissoring Barcelona, stopping Man City and how Liverpool must think outside the box this summer
Apr 26 • 60 min
It’s the latest episode of Analysing Anfield, your one-stop shop for all things tactics, statistics and analytics around LFC. After another win for the Reds, host Kristian Walsh and tactics expert Josh Williams dissect the victory in South Wales. The flip…
Post-Game: Liverpool beat Manchester City to win dramatic FA Youth Cup final
Apr 25 • 9 min
Welcome to a special Post-Game podcast to celebrate Liverpool winning the FA Youth Cup.The Reds beat Manchester City 5-3 on penalties at City’s Academy Stadium tonight after the final ended 1-1 after extra-time. James Pearce, Connor Dunn and Matt Addison…
Blood Red: Why Klopp’s Liverpool are here to say – and the crazy Gini snub
Apr 25 • 36 min
So the race for the Premier League remains in Manchester City’s hands after they beat Manchester United in the derby at Old Trafford on Wednesday night. But if you’re thinking our latest Blood Red podcast, hosted by Sam Carroll and featuring Caoimhe…
Press Conference: Klopp on City win, Fabinho fitness, Insigne link and his advice for Solskjaer
Apr 25 • 20 min
From the moment Jurgen Klopp walked into the media room at Melwood this afternoon, you could tell this was going to be a good press conference. Unsurprisingly, the Liverpool manager is asked first whether he watched Manchester City’s win at rivals…
Academy Show: Bobby Duncan, the Virgil van Dijk protege and the Liverpool side out to pip Manchester City to glory
Apr 24 • 18 min
It is another huge week for Liverpool’s double-chasing first team in their battle with Manchester City for the Premier League title. But’s it’s also a big week for the Reds’ Under-18s side, who will hope to win the first of two trophies of their own on…
Allez Les Rouges: How Liverpool have taken the title edge away – and why United will want to win the Manchester derby
Apr 23 • 46 min
Every week feels big for table-topping Liverpool at the moment, but this week, perhaps more than any other in this unforgettable season, could be the biggest yet. However, that has less to do with the visit of already-relegated Huddersfield Town to…
Blood Red: A week of one-sided pressure and the unsung heroes of Liverpool’s double bid
Apr 23 • 44 min
It’s Bank Holiday Monday, the sun is shining, and Liverpool are top of the league – and it’s against that backdrop that the latest Blood Red podcast is recorded, hosted by Ian Doyle and featuring Dan Kay, Sean Bradbury and Caoimhe O’Neill. Dan was in the…
Post-Game: Relentless Reds back on top with gritty win in Cardiff
Apr 22 • 32 min
A penny for what Manchester City must be thinking. After going back top with a hard-fought victory over the team that knocked them out of the Champions League in the most dramatic of fashions, they find themselves back in second and with the pressure…
Poetry in Motion: Klopp’s perfect hit rate and the extraordinary job he’s doing at double-chasing Liverpool
Apr 19 • 45 min
‘What a time to be alive. What a time to be a Red’ - and with those words Neil Fitzmaurice sets the tone for what it is an absolutely belting Poetry in Motion podcast also featuring Joe Rimmer and the Liverpool ECHO’s Liverpool FC correspondent James…
Press Conference: Klopp on Cardiff test, Oxlade-Chamberlain return and role model Salah
Apr 19 • 13 min
Jurgen Klopp was back in front of the media at Melwood to preview Sunday’s trip to Cardiff City and talk much more else besides. Klopp’s double-chasing side will lift at least one of the two trophies they are chasing if they win their final seven games of…
Blood Red from Porto: Why Klopp’s mature and ruthless Red machine will not fear Barcelona - and assessing the Man City damage
Apr 18 • 21 min
It’s the morning after the night before and a ‘tired’ Ian Doyle and a ‘sprightly’ James Pearce (he may be lying) are joined once again by David Lynch, the Evening Standard’s Liverpool FC correspondent, for a special Blood Red podcast recorded at Porto…
Post-Game: Double dream very much alive as Liverpool cruise past Porto to set up Barcelona showdown
Apr 18 • 40 min
Welcome to the Post-Game podcast to react to a 4-1 win for Liverpool over Porto that sealed their place in the semi-finals of the Champions League for the second season running and set up a truly mouthwatering last-four clash with Barcelona. But as good…
Blood Red from Porto: The temptation that could play into Liverpool’s hands - and the midfield to get the job done
Apr 17 • 28 min
Ian Doyle and James Pearce have overcome (possibly) a late night and (definitely) the cleanliness hotel in the world to record a special Blood Red podcast from Porto. They are joined by Simon Hughes, author and journalist, and by David Lynch, who is the…
Analysing Anfield: How Jordan Henderson has unlocked Mohamed Salah - and answering the big Man City question
Apr 17 • 51 min
A 2-0 victory over Chelsea, a dominant position in the Champions League quarter-final and Cardiff City to come - life hasn’t been much more hectic at Liverpool. To make sense of it all, Kristian Walsh and Josh Williams sit down for Episode 8 of Analysing…
Press Conference: Jurgen Klopp previews Porto second leg and gives positive update on Joe Gomez fitness
Apr 16 • 16 min
Jurgen Klopp was in front of the media at the Estadio do Dragao.last night to preview Wednesday’s huge Champions League quarter-final second leg against Porto. The manager of the Portuguese champions showered Liverpool with praise in his press conference…
Blood Red: Why the pressure is now all on Man City - and what the title race is doing to Henderson
Apr 16 • 37 min
What an afternoon it was at Anfield. And to reflect on the 2-0 victory over Chelsea, Ian Doyle, Paul Gorst, Caoimhe O’Neill and Sean Bradbury have recorded the first of this week’s four (!) editions of the Blood Red podcast. And why not? With Liverpool…
Post-Game: Liverpool go back top with superb Chelsea victory - and pile pressure on Manchester City
Apr 15 • 55 min
On another dramatic afternoon in this unprecedented, who-blinks-first race for the championship, Liverpool responded to seeing Manchester City win 3-1 at Crystal Palace by sweeping aside old foes Chelsea 2-0 at Anfield to go back top and move onto 85…
Behind Enemy Lines: The Manchester City lesson that may see Chelsea revert to type against Liverpool – and Eden Hazard’s last Anfield hurrah
Apr 14 • 19 min
Much of the build-up to Sunday’s massive match has been dominated by talk of what happened when Liverpool welcomed Chelsea to Anfield the last time they were so close to winning the Premier League. But as Jurgen Klopp made clear at his press conference,…
Blood Red: The striking parallels with the past - but why it can be different for Liverpool
Apr 13 • 28 min
It’s hard to ignore the parallels between this weekend’s crucial visit of Chelsea and the corresponding clash between the clubs almost exactly five years ago at the back end of the 2013-14 campaign. Everyone knows what happened that day - Steven Gerrard’s…
Press Conference: Klopp on ‘disgusting’ racist abuse of Salah, the Anfield crowd, and how to stop Hazard
Apr 12 • 23 min
Jurgen Klopp was back in front of the media at Melwood on Friday afternoon. But sadly, the first question did not concern Sunday’s massive match, but the racist chanting directed toward Mohamed Salah by what is claimed to be Chelsea supporters ahead of…
Allez Les Rouges: The perfect ‘zone’ Liverpool find themselves in – and the key change in Joel Matip
Apr 11 • 44 min
So this is the calm before the storm. Liverpool resume their Premier League title challenge on Sunday when they welcome Chelsea to Anfield in what could be a match that makes or breaks their chances of pipping Manchester City to top spot. But according to…
Analysing Anfield: What makes Keita so unique - and why Liverpool must heed Hazard warning
Apr 11 • 64 min
It’s episode seven of Analysing Anfield after a busy week for Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp. After a nail-biter on the South Coast, host Kristian Walsh and tactics expert Josh Williams look at what went right and wrong at Southampton - and why any criticism…
Blood Red: What nature of Porto win says - and the two players giving double bid huge boost
Apr 10 • 22 min
It’s the morning after the night before and Ian Doyle, James Pearce and Theo Squires have overcome tiredness - and in our Liverpool FC correspondent’s case, illness, despite his mid-season break - to record a mini Blood Red podcast to reflect on the 2-0…
Post-Game: Double-chasing Liverpool put one foot in Champions League semi-finals with Porto victory
Apr 9 • 33 min
There is just no stopping Liverpool right now. While Jurgen Klopp’s double-chasing side weren’t at their brilliant best, they still managed to beat Porto 2-0 at Anfield on Tuesday in their Champions League quarter-final first-leg tie. James Pearce was…
Behind Enemy Lines: The lowdown on Porto and the Portuguese wonderkid linked with Liverpool
Apr 9 • 20 min
With the greatest respect in the world to Porto, they were the team most Liverpool fans wanted in the last eight. But as Pep Lijnders has said on the eve of tonight’s Champions League quarter-final first leg at Anfield, what happened between the sides…
Blood Red: What Mohamed Salah will do next and the off-field factor driving Liverpool’s double bid
Apr 8 • 36 min
After a long drive from Southampton, and an even longer weekend, our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce is back on the Blood Red podcast, hosted as ever by Ian Doyle and also featuring Connor Dunn. The trio discuss Jurgen Klopp’s pre-Porto press…
Press Conference: Jurgen Klopp and Virgil van Dijk preview Champions League clash with Porto
Apr 8 • 34 min
The big games just keep coming for Liverpool. On Tuesday night Jurgen Klopp’s double-chasing side welcome Porto to Anfield for a Champions League quarter-final first-leg tie. And to preview the clash, Reds boss Klopp and his star defender Virgil van Dijk…
Blood Red: Golden Liverpool, Jordan Henderson’s real value and what will City be thinking?
Apr 7 • 22 min
Everything is golden at Liverpool right now. The Reds came through another tough test with three points with victory at Southampton. Jurgen Klopp’s men showed their heart once again as they recovered from conceding an early goal to triumph 3-1 and move…
Post-Game: Liverpool pass another huge test to go back top with late Southampton victory
Apr 5 • 40 min
Wow. This Liverpool team do not know how to do it the easy way. But as is becoming increasingly clear, as the weeks and months pass by in this incredible season, they sure know how to get the job done. Yes, Jurgen Klopp’s side left it late again at St…
Behind Enemy Lines: Why Southampton would relish wrecking Liverpool’s title bid - and their surprise over Sadio Mane
Apr 5 • 21 min
It’s game day as Liverpool look to go back to the top with victory at Southampton. And given the Saints are fifth from bottom and still in danger of being relegated, you would not back against the relentless Reds from doing just that. But the Saints have…
Blood Red: The Anfield crowd change, the Manchester City surprise, and why it’s time for a midfield rethink
Apr 4 • 46 min
With Liverpool playing on Friday night, we’ve brought our Blood Red podcast forward a day, which means there’s no place in the starting line-up for our Reds reporter James Pearce, who is busy enjoying himself at the first day of the Grand National.…
Poetry in Motion: The future of Klopp’s go-to midfield - and the dual Champions League benefit
Apr 3 • 44 min
After filming in London, Neil Fitzmaurice was back at the ECHO today to record his latest Poetry in Motion podcast, joined by Paul Gorst and Caoimhe O’Neill. And, after the host’s phone goes off not once, but twice, the trio get down to talking about…
Press Conference: Klopp on team news, van Dijk, Salah and Spurs mistake he won’t make against Southampton
Apr 3 • 16 min
Jurgen Klopp has just finished speaking to the media at Melwood ahead of Friday’s next big Premier League match, away to Southampton. The Liverpool manager started by giving a positive injury update before going on to talk Virgil van Dijk, Mohamed Salah…
Analysing Anfield: Liverpool’s big midfield question, Virgil van Dijk’s laboratory and dismissing the ‘nerves’ theory
Apr 2 • 50 min
It’s the sixth episode of Analysing Anfield as Kristian Walsh and Josh Williams try to make some sense over what happened on Sunday afternoon, as a last-gasp victory over Tottenham sent Liverpool back to the top of the Premier League. The midfield trio is…
Blood Red: How Tottenham win turns title race on its head – and the importance of Liverpool’s new wildcard
Apr 1 • 52 min
Recovered yet? James Pearce, Ian Doyle, Joe Rimmer and Connor Dunn have – well, just about – to record the latest edition of the brilliant Blood Red podcast which, unsurprisingly, focuses on Liverpool’s last-gasp 2-1 win over Tottenham and all the big…
Post-Game: Liverpool pass huge test to go back top with last-gasp Tottenham victory
Mar 31 • 31 min
And breathe. Liverpool moved back to the top of the Premier League table today with a dramatic late 2-1 victory at home to Tottenham Hotspur to put the pressure firmly back on Manchester City in this gripping two-horse race for the title. And to reflect…
Behind Enemy Lines: Where Tottenham’s focus lies and the huge battle between two of the world’s finest
Mar 31 • 17 min
If you go back a month Tottenham would have moved within two points of Liverpool and Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table with a win at Burnley. But that defeat at Turf Moor sparked a drastic drop in form, which means they go into…
Blood Red: The timely break that could be the difference in the title race - and the ticket price debate
Mar 29 • 51 min
Liverpool are back - and so is James Pearce with our full-time Reds correspondent returning after a 10-day break working on his garden and his fitness ahead of ECHO FC’s big match on Monday. He’s joined by Joe Rimmer, Theo Squires and host Ian Doyle and…
Press Conference: Klopp on team news, Spurs and how he’s feeling going into huge title run-in
Mar 29 • 17 min
Jurgen Klopp was back in front of the media at Melwood this afternoon - and the Liverpool boss cut a relaxed and upbeat figure. Little wonder, with his side top of the Premier League going into this Sunday’s visit of Tottenham to Anfield. But his mood…
Allez Les Rouges: Sticking up for Salah and why these next three league games are the most important for Liverpool
Mar 28 • 45 min
The Allez Les Rouges boys are back in Blighty after recording their last brilliant podcast in Munich with host Peter Hooton joined by Ste Monaghan, John Nicolson and Dan Kay at the ECHO’s recording studio. The show kicks off with a quick debrief of the…
Analysing Anfield: Liverpool’s enigmatic midfield cog - and troubling Tottenham talk
Mar 27 • 51 min
The fifth episode of Analysing Anfield is in, with Kristian Walsh and Josh Williams doing their level-best to perk everybody up after a forgettable international break. That said, it was memorable for both Jordan Henderson and Gini Wijnaldum, with the…
Blood Red: The players Liverpool should target, the ones who could save the club a fortune, and all your questions answered
Mar 26 • 48 min
Fast-forward a few days and it will be all systems go as Liverpool start their final push to win the Premier League and the Champions League. But for now, it’s the calm before the storm. So that’s allowed our latest Blood Red panel, led by Ian Doyle and…
View from the Kop: Liverpool’s ‘eureka’ moment - and why the door must stay closed on Coutinho
Mar 24 • 43 min
The View from the Kop podcast is back with host Paul Wheelock joined by regulars Paul Philbin and Neil Macdonald as well as Dublin-based broadcaster and journalist Jonathan Higgins, who recently had the pleasure of interviewing Markus Babbel. The…
Poetry in Motion: The goal that took Mane to the next level – and working out Klopp’s next transfer move
Mar 23 • 45 min
Neil Fitzmaurice is back from filming on a new TV show to record his latest Poetry in Motion podcast together with regular sidekick Joe Rimmer and a debutant… Isle of Sheppey’s finest, Connor Dunn. The trio look back on a magnificent week that saw…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s summer transfer policy – and how the midfield will shape up next season
Mar 22 • 32 min
It’s the one we fear the most… the international break Blood Red podcast. But to their absolute credit, there is very little time-filling from Paul Gorst, Sean Bradbury, Theo Squires and host Joe Rimmer. Well, apart from the tunnels bit. And why would…
Academy Show: Glory beckons for Barry’s boys and a welcome boost for Woodburn
Mar 21 • 18 min
It was quite the weekend for Liverpool’s first team as they followed up their Champions League victory in Munich with a hard-fought 2-1 triumph over Fulham that took them top of the Premier League. But on the same afternoon of the Craven Cottage success,…
How Coutinho’s dream Barcelona move turned into a nightmare – and the Messi mission that could spell danger for Liverpool
Mar 20 • 31 min
Two points clear at the top of the Premier League, and through to the quarter-finals of the Champions League, Liverpool can have no complaints with how this season is shaping up. However, throughout the campaign, there’s been plenty of talk about how the…
Analysing Anfield: The truth about Salah and Mane form - and what’s going on with Wijnaldum
Mar 19 • 49 min
It’s episode four of our brilliant new tactics podcast and with host Kristian Walsh back from a belting week in Munich, he rejoins Josh Williams for an in-depth look into all the big talking points at Liverpool. After briefly discussing the brilliant win…
Blood Red: The hidden pitfalls in the title race and what’s troubling Salah?
Mar 18 • 43 min
With Liverpool top of the league with seven games of the Premier League season to play, little wonder the mood is buoyant for the latest Blood Red podcast, hosted by Joe Rimmer and featuring Ian Doyle, Theo Squires and the returning Kristian Walsh. With…
Post-Game: Mane and Milner the heroes as Liverpool go back top with crucial Fulham victory
Mar 17 • 44 min
Liverpool, top of the league… Yes that’s where Jurgen Klopp’s side find themselves after they ground out a huge 2-1 win over Fulham. Manchester City may have a game in hand. But the pressure is now firmly on the defending champions after James Milner’s…
Behind Enemy Lines: A different Fulham and why Klopp would be perfect for Sessegnon
Mar 17 • 18 min
The brief is clear – win at Craven Cottage and Liverpool will go two points clear at the top of the Premier League going into the international break. And given Fulham have lost their last six and look doomed to immediate relegation back to the…
Blood Red: Mapping out the road to Madrid – and reminiscing about Ryan Babel
Mar 15 • 39 min
We really do spoil you. It’s the second episode of our flagship Blood Red podcast in as many days – and fourth of the week. Host Joe Rimmer is joined by James Pearce, Theo Squires and Liverpool fan Dan Kay, who like our Reds reporter, has nothing but good…
Press Conference: Klopp update on Henderson, Keita and Oxlade Chamberlain - and how he will be judged
Mar 15 • 13 min
It may have been forgotten about already but Jurgen Klopp actually sat down in front of the media this morning - before the Champions League quarter-final a (and semi-final) draw was made. It’s almost if the Liverpool manager was trying to keep thoughts…
Allez Les Rouges: The story of two magical days in Munich
Mar 14 • 19 min
The result may the be all and end all but the match is only one part of the experience of following Liverpool across Europe. That much is underlined in Peter Hooton’s latest Allez Les Rouges podcast, which is recorded in Munich before and after the Reds…
Blood Red: Ranking Liverpool’s Champions League victory over Bayern Munich and discussing the Reds’ unsung hero
Mar 14 • 31 min
Liverpool are into the quarter-finals of the Champions League and we’re so excited that we’ve recorded an impromptu Blood Red podcast. Joe Rimmer is joined by Connor Dunn and Caoimhe O’Neill at ECHO HQ and fresh from having less than two hours sleep,…
Post-Game: Liverpool send Champions League statement with superb Bayern Munich win
Mar 13 • 38 min
What a win. Liverpool marched into the Champions League quarter-finals with a superb 3-1 victory in Bayern Munich’s backyard. And to reflect on what will go down as one of the Reds’ best away results in Europe, we have the definitive verdict on a…
Blood Red from Munich: Special episode ahead of huge Bayern Champions League tie
Mar 13 • 33 min
You can’t say we aren’t making James Pearce and Ian Doyle work for their money. Our Liverpool FC writers are over in Munich for tonight’s Champions League last-16 second-leg showdown with Bayern. But before returning to the Allianz Arena for the match,…
Behind Enemy Lines: Bayern’s gameplan, big problem and striker who needs to silence the doubters
Mar 12 • 18 min
We caught up with German football expert Mark Lovell to get the lowdown on Bayern Munich for a podcast preview of tonight’s massive Champions League last-16 second-leg tie at the Allianz Arena. Mark is based in Bavaria, and is the Bayern correspondent for…
Press Conference: Klopp and Alisson preview Champions League showdown with Bayern - and respond to pundits
Mar 12 • 16 min
The real action comes on Wednesday, but Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and goalkeeper Alisson Becker were at the Allianz Arena tonight to preview the huge Champions League last-16 second-leg showdown with Bayern Munich - and respond to pundits who feel…
Blood Red: Why being bullish suits Klopp and the Salah question everyone should be asking
Mar 11 • 34 min
It’s Monday, which means one thing… it’s the Blood Red podcast. But we’ve switched things up for the latest episode of our flagship show with Sean ‘Joel Matip’ Bradbury stepping up as host to allow Ian Doyle to be the man on the end of the questions,…
Post-Game: Liverpool prove mettle to keep title bid on track with impressive Burnley win
Mar 10 • 31 min
So it’s back to as you were at the top of the Premier League after Liverpool won impressively 4-2 at home to Burnley to close the gap on leaders Manchester City to a single point, but now just with eight games of this nail-biting season to play. To react…
Analysing Anfield: Liverpool’s chain of command and figuring out Sadio Mane
Mar 10 • 48 min
Analysing Anfield is back for its third episode, with host Kristian Walsh and tactics expert Josh Williams dissecting three big games. A look at just what went wrong at Everton is explored, with Josh forming a defence for the use of Jurgen Klopp’s subs. A…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s midfield missing link - and the impact of the Man City investigations
Mar 10 • 33 min
Your Friday Blood Red podcast is in and stand-in host Paul Gorst is joined by ECHO sportsdesk new boy Sean Bradbury and our Liverpool FC correspondent, both home and away, James Pearce, who kicks us off by giving us the lowdown on Alex…
Press Conference: Klopp on Oxlade-Chamberlain return, Burnley, team news and plea to Liverpool fans
Mar 8 • 15 min
Jurgen Klopp was back in front of the media at Melwood this morning for his pre-Burnley press conference - and you can listen to every word the Liverpool manager had to say here. Klopp talks Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s return to action with the Under-23s,…
Poetry in Motion: Holding title race nerve - and how Klopp is playing the long game
Mar 7 • 43 min
Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by Dan Kay and debutant Sean Bradbury for the latest episode of Poetry in Motion. The Merseyside derby is debated, as is Jurgen Klopp’s midfield selection for the drab stalemate, before the panel wonder how Liverpool will react…
View from the Kop: Keeping calm in the title race and Klopp’s defining Champions League moment
Mar 6 • 30 min
The dust has settled on the Merseyside derby and, while it still feels like two points dropped, the Liverpool fans who make up the latest View from the Kop podcast panel are remaining upbeat. And it’s a new-look panel with regular Paul Philbin join by two…
Academy Show: Oxlade-Chamberlain’s return, Woodburn’s future, and huge week for the Academy
Mar 5 • 22 min
Welcome to the Academy Show, hosted by Paul Wheelock, and featuring our Liverpool FC reporter Ian Doyle, and Post-Game and View from the Kop regular Matt Addison. Matt is also a regular down at the Academy in Kirkby and he joins Paul to talk the big win…
Blood Red: Jurgen Klopp’s trust issues - and why Liverpool’s strength is now a weakness
Mar 5 • 45 min
It’s the post-Merseyside derby Blood Red podcast and, while Everton may have celebrated a draw in their ‘World Cup final’, the mood of our panel is downbeat. There’s no suggesting that Liverpool have ‘bottled’ their title chances, but equally there is no…
Post-Game: 19 unbeaten v Everton but that felt like two points dropped for title-chasing Liverpool
Mar 3 • 51 min
So, a 19th straight match without defeat to Everton. But there was no getting away from the fact that the 0-0 draw at Goodison Park felt like two points dropped in the context of a title race that Manchester City lead once again. Or is that too negative a…
Allez Les Rouges: The emphasis shift key to Liverpool’s title chances – and Everton’s Merseyside derby dilemma
Mar 2 • 57 min
Fancy some pre-Merseyside derby Liverpool FC listening? Well, you’re in luck as Peter Hooton returns with his brilliant Allez Les Rouges podcast. For this latest must-listen episode Peter is joined by Steph Jones, an Anfield season-ticket holder and…
Blood Red: The midfield van Dijk, the Merseyside derby and Rodgers’ Premier League return
Mar 1 • 40 min
What a difference a few days make. There was no change in Liverpool’s position in the Premier League - top - from Sunday afternoon to Wednesday night. But there is no question that the mood has been lifted by the Reds’ five-goal demolition of Watford at…
Klopp on Merseyside derby, Firmino injury, form of full-backs and Mane, and why Goodison hostility can inspire Liverpool
Mar 1 • 19 min
Not long to go now, Reds. And Jurgen Klopp has just whetted the appetite for the huge Merseyside derby with Everton by previewing the short trip to Goodison Park in his press conference at Melwood. He talks what the midweek thumping of Watford will do for…
Post-Game: Five-star Liverpool back to their best as they blast Watford to maintain one-point lead at the top
Feb 27 • 32 min
Now that was more like it. Table-topping Liverpool came in for criticism in some quarters for their performance in Sunday’s 0-0 draw at Manchester United. But there could have been no complaints with Jurgen Klopp’s Redmen on Wednesday night as they…
The narrative surrounding Liverpool and the big difference between this season and 2013-14
Feb 27 • 37 min
One point clear at the top with 11 games of what could be a historic Premier League season left to play. As Jurgen Klopp said at his press conference on Tuesday, this is ‘pure opportunity’ for his Liverpool side. But you would have been forgiven for…
Analysing Anfield: Liverpool missing their man with the baton - and how to solve Klopp’s pressing creativity problem
Feb 26 • 41 min
It’s the second episode of our tactics and statistics podcast, still currently called Analysing Anfield… Host Kristian Walsh (who says the name of the show is growing on him…) is yet again joined by Josh Williams as they dissect the goalless draw with…
Jurgen Klopp on Roberto Firmino fitness, Naby Keita illness, Watford visit, and Liverpool’s ‘pure opportunity’
Feb 26 • 13 min
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has just sat down in front of the media at Melwood for his pre-Watford press conference - and you can listen to every word he had to say here. Klopp kicks off by providing a positive fitness update on Roberto Firmino after…
Blood Red: There’s no problem with Mohamed Salah - but Michael Owen is right about Liverpool
Feb 25 • 41 min
It’s all change at the top of the Premier League table - and around the table of the Blood Red podcast, too. With our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce on a well-deserved day off, Ian Doyle switches from his usual position as host to guest alongside…
Post-Game: Liverpool move one point clear at top but chance of statement victory over Manchester United missed
Feb 25 • 48 min
Perhaps Jurgen Klopp summed it up best when he said: “Both two points dropped and a point gained.” The 0-0 draw at Manchester United on Sunday moved Liverpool one point above Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table with 11 games to play.…
Solskjaer, Pogba and the role Manchester United have played in Liverpool’s title bid
Feb 24 • 21 min
Liverpool’s biggest match of the season so far? You’d be hard-pressed to argue that Sunday’s trip to bitter rivals Manchester United isn’t exactly that. Should Jurgen Klopp’s side win at Old Trafford they would move three points clear of Manchester City…
Blood Red: The midfield Liverpool must play and Jurgen Klopp’s Manchester United mind games
Feb 22 • 42 min
Sam Carroll hosts the second and final Blood Red podcast of the week as the ECHO shuffle their pack. Usual hosts Ian Doyle and Joe Rimmer are both ruled out, meaning third-choice Carroll steps to the fore. Our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce is on…
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp on Manchester United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, injury news, Fabinho and his midfield dilemma
Feb 22 • 19 min
Jurgen Klopp was back in front of the media at Melwood today for a press conference to preview the massive match with bitter rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford. A win or a draw would take the Reds back above Manchester City to the top of the Premier…
Bayern Munich dissected and breaking down Manchester United… welcome to our new Analysing Anfield podcast
Feb 21 • 38 min
Welcome to the inaugural edition of… well, we’re not quite sure what we’re calling it yet, although Analysing Anfield has been mooted. Names can be so tough. But if you’re interested in the more cerebral side of Liverpool FC, this podcast is for you.…
Poetry in Motion: Why Manchester United is all or nothing – and the tricky transfer position Liverpool find themselves in
Feb 20 • 49 min
It’s the morning after the night before and host Neil Fitzmaurice and trusty sidekick Joe Rimmer is joined by a man whose voice will be very familiar to long-time listeners to the brilliant Poetry in Motion podcast. Nearly a year since he left to take…
Post-Game: Liverpool held by Bayern Munich in Champions League anti-climax
Feb 19 • 29 min
Few would have predicted a 0-0 beforehand. But that’s exactly what was served up on Tuesday night as Liverpool and Bayern Munich cancelled each other out in their Champions League last-16 first-leg showdown. So was it a good result for the injury and…
What’s going on with Bayern Munich and why injury-hit Liverpool should be fine without Virgil van Dijk
Feb 19 • 23 min
There’s been a lot of talk about how tonight’s visitors to Anfield are on the wane. But one look at Bayern Munich’s form since the turn of November suggests otherwise. Munich have won 11 of their last 13 games in all competitions to keep their fight for…
Blood Red: Jurgen Klopp’s secret revenge and why the Champions League is a free hit for Liverpool
Feb 18 • 45 min
Weeks don’t come much bigger, but Liverpool’s has started with one piece of team news that was expected, and another which was most definitely not. Recorded just after the open training session ahead of the Champions League clash with Bayern Munich, the…
Jurgen Klopp and Jordan Henderson on huge Bayern Munich Champions League clash, team news and priorities
Feb 18 • 23 min
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and captain Jordan Henderson have just sat down in front of the world’s media to preview Tuesday night’s massive Champions League last-16 first-leg showdown at home to Bayern Munich. Klopp was first in front of the press…
Andrew Robertson’s remarkable rise and just how much better the Liverpool left-back can become
Feb 17 • 13 min
It’s hard to imagine a Liverpool side without Andrew Robertson in it. Harder still to imagine the brilliant left-back ever lining up for Everton. But that could well have been the case had then Blues boss Roberto Martinez followed up his serious interest…
Dietmar Hamann on the huge Champions League tie v Bayern Munich and Liverpool’s Premier League title chances
Feb 16 • 16 min
Who better to speak about the huge Champions League tie between Liverpool and Bayern Munich than Dietmar Hamann? The former Germany midfielder came through the ranks at Bayern, and enjoying much success, before moving to England where he eventually joined…
Blood Red: Bayern Munich, Marbella and the anyone but Liverpool brigade
Feb 15 • 46 min
With Joe Rimmer on a day off and our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce on a scouting mission in Germany, the pack has been reshuffled for the latest Blood Red podcast with Connor Dunn and Theo Squires joining host Ian Doyle and Paul Gorst. The Reds…
Blood Red Live: Join James Pearce, Paul Machin, Jamie Webster and host Neil Fitzmaurice for our sold-out live event
Feb 13 • 74 min
A very warm welcome to a special recording of our second Blood Red Live event that took place at the Baltic Market in Liverpool on Wednesday. Hosted by Neil Fitzmaurice, the sold-out show featured our own Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce, Paul…
Allez Les Rouges: Liverpool’s main man, Manchester United’s conundrum, and the four games that could shape the season
Feb 13 • 48 min
With Jurgen Klopp’s boys away in Spain, and no game for another five days, this is very much the calm before the storm. But the visit of Bayern Munich kicks start a run in both the Premier League and the Champions League that could go a long way to…
The giant strides Liverpool are making off the field - and what it says about FSG
Feb 12 • 25 min
Now we know Liverpool are in a very good place on the pitch. One look at the Premier League table will tell you that. But the recent release of the club’s latest accounts show the Reds are also in a very good place away from the pitch as well. For the…
Blood Red: The secret weapon in Liverpool’s title bid - and has the midfield debate been settled?
Feb 11 • 44 min
Spirits are high in the ECHO studio for the latest Blood Red podcast, hosted by Joe Rimmer and featuring our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce, Paul Gorst and Connor Dunn. That’s down to the Reds’ dazzling display in the 3-0 win over Bournemouth…
Post-Game: Liverpool back on top and back to their best as they blast Bournemouth
Feb 10 • 51 min
Now that was more like it. After a couple of below-par performances that ridiculously led to talk of crisis, Liverpool were back to their best on Saturday as they swept aside Bournemouth at a bouncing Anfield to go back to the top of the Premier League…
Clyne, Solanke and the player Liverpool and their top-six rivals have missed a trick by not signing
Feb 9 • 20 min
Here’s the good news. Bournemouth have never won at Anfield and they will arrive on Merseyside on the back of eight straight away defeats.. But they do have current and former Liverpool players in their squad, who will no doubt be fired up, and like West…
Blood Red: The one Liverpool game that could decide the destiny of the Premier League title
Feb 8 • 39 min
The Blood Red podcast is back and James Pearce, Joe Rimmer and Connor Dunn have some myths to bust. After James gives host Ian Doyle the lowdown on the team news from inside the Liverpool camp, the panel get cracking on the importance of Nathaniel Clyne,…
Listen to every word of Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp’s pre-Bournemouth press conference
Feb 8 • 17 min
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has just sat down in front of the media for a press conference to preview the visit of Bournemouth to Anfield. The Reds will go back to the top of the table with a draw or a win over the Cherries and you can listen to every…
Poetry in Motion: Liverpool’s bigger picture - and flipping the Clyne question on its head
Feb 7 • 46 min
Jurgen Klopp may be down to the bare bones but Neil Fitzmaurice can name one of his strongest squads yet for the latest edition of his superb Poetry in Motion podcast. Our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce - this one, not this one - is on board…
Blood Red: The real problem in Liverpool’s defence - and why we’re still worried about Naby Keita
Feb 5 • 43 min
Our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce is fresh back from the London Stadium and he joins host Joe Rimmer, Paul Gorst and Caoimhe O’Neill for the first Blood Red podcast of the week. James looks back on what he believes was the worst performance of…
Post-Game: Liverpool move three points clear with West Ham draw but leave door open for Manchester City to go top
Feb 4 • 55 min
If the first signs of nerves among the supporters were on display in last Wednesday’s 1-1 home draw with Leicester City, then the disposition of Liveroool fans desperate to see their club land a first league title since 1990 will hardly have improved by…
The West Ham weak spot Liverpool must target - and the major area of concern for Jurgen Klopp
Feb 4 • 17 min
It’s back to business for Liverpool tonight as they travel to the capital to take on West Ham United. And there will be pressure on Jurgen Klopp’s side to deliver the goods at the London Stadium after their lead at the top was cut to two points following…
Liverpool’s transfer gamble, Shaqiri question, and Anfield atmosphere that could decide the title race
Feb 3 • 47 min
The View from the Kop Liverpool fans’ podcast is back and, with the Reds having every chance of winning the club’s first league title since 1990, the mood should be buoyant. But the midweek home draw with Leicester City has created some questions that…
Allez Les Rouges: The nerves and preconceived notions that aren’t helping Liverpool in the title race
Feb 1 • 41 min
The Allez Les Rouges podcast is back, and after their winter break, regular guests Ste Monaghan, Kieth Culvin and John Nicolson join host Peter Hooton to reflect on a squandered opportunity for Liverpool. Or should that be a step closer to the club’s…
Jurgen Klopp on Gomez and Alexander-Arnold fitness, ‘Snowgate’, title nerves and Liverpool’s trip to West Ham United
Feb 1 • 19 min
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was back in front of the media today to preview the trip to West Ham United on Monday and talk many other things beside. Topics included the fitness of Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joe Gomez, whose injuries have left Klopp…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s self-fulfilling prophecy, the trouble with Leicester and the West Ham paradox
Jan 31 • 51 min
The Blood Red podcast is back, a little earlier than usual, to discuss the draw with Leicester City that extended Liverpool’s lead at the top of the Premier League to five points, but left fans wondering whether their side had just wasted a golden…
Post-Game: Leicester City draw sends Liverpool five points clear at top but sense of missed opportunity remains
Jan 30 • 44 min
Five points clear at the top at the start of February? Liverpool supporters would have snapped your hand off for that scenario before a ball was kicked in anger. And that’s exactly the position the Reds find themselves in after drawing 1-1 at home to…
The nemesis, the danger posed by the former transfer target, and the chance to go seven points clear at the top
Jan 30 • 22 min
Nice one, Rafa! Newcastle United’s shock victory over Manchester City means that Liverpool will go seven points clear at the top with victory over Leicester City on Wednesday night. And given the table-topping Reds have won their previous 17 matches…
Jurgen Klopp on Virgil van Dijk fitness, Manchester City’s ‘advantage’ and the Leicester City ‘threat’
Jan 29 • 13 min
Jurgen Klopp was back in front of the media on Tuesday afternoon to preview his table-topping side’s return to action at home to Leicester City. As always, the Liverpool manager had interesting things to say, starting with the fitness of Virgil van Dijk,…
Blood Red: What the new contracts say, the small details in the title race, and the Camacho question
Jan 28 • 44 min
Unlike this time last year, when Philippe Coutinho upped sticks to join Barcelona, there was never any danger of Liverpool losing one of their big guns in the current transfer window. But questions remained over when Sadio Mane would join Mohamed Salah…
Naby Keita, Jurgen Klopp, Bayern Munich and why Timo Werner would be perfect for Liverpool
Jan 26 • 23 min
We picked up the phone to Steve Dawson, a Liverpool fan based in Singapore, and presenter for Fox Sports Asia, for our latest podcast. As well as being a big Red, he is also a Bundesliga expert, as one of his main roles at the station is to anchor their…
Blood Red: The player underappreciated outside of Anfield - and Liverpool’s best January transfer window signings
Jan 25 • 44 min
Jurgen Klopp’s side may have the weekend off, but there’s no rest for the Blood Red panel as they return with the latest must-listen Liverpool FC podcast. With Joe Gomez having suffered a setback, and the injuries and suspensions beginning to pile up for…
Poetry in Motion: The Premier League player who would improve Liverpool and dreaming of a Luis Suarez return
Jan 24 • 48 min
Liverpool may have been sunning themselves in Dubai – and no doubt doing a bit of work, too – but Neil Fitzmaurice braved the cold to make his way to the ECHO studio to record the latest Poetry in Motion podcast, ably assisted by his regular side-kick Joe…
The goals, the ‘diving’, and the cryptic tweets of Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah
Jan 22 • 20 min
With Liverpool away in Dubai, and without a game to preview until the visit of Leicester City to Anfield a week on Wednesday, we picked the phone back up to Ahmad Yousef, an Egyptian football expert and editor of the King Fut.com website, who is close to…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah ‘diving’ problem, defending Jordan Henderson, and pondering Naby Keita
Jan 21 • 43 min
He may have fired Liverpool to another win, and in the process raced to 50 Premier League goals in ridiculously fast fashion, but rather than his incredible scoring feats, the focus was on Mohamed Salah’s alleged ‘diving’ following the 4-3 victory over…
Post-Game: Liverpool win thriller with Crystal Palace to go seven points clear at the top
Jan 20 • 72 min
Recovered yet? As James Pearce brilliantly said in his written verdict for the ECHO, ‘much more of this and Liverpool will have to start issuing Valium with the match tickets’. Well, we hear more from James in what is a bumper and jubilant Post-Game…
Liverpool’s table-toppers, Ki-Jana Hoever’s highs and lows, and Harry Wilson’s future
Jan 20 • 25 min
It’s not just Liverpool’s first team who are enjoying a fabulous season. The Under-18s also top the table after they started the New Year in exactly the same fashion they finished the old one. Barry Lewtas’ excellent young side won 1-0 at home to…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s transfer market shortcut, the Harry Wilson debate and remembering Roy Hodgson
Jan 18 • 45 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce and ECHO duo Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst to discuss the last few days of all things Anfield.…
The full audio from Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp’s pre-Crystal Palace press confernece
Jan 18 • 21 min
Jurgen Klopp sat down in front of the media on Friday afternoon to preview Saturday’s visit of Crystal Palace to Anfield - and you can listen to it in full here. He delivered injury updates on Gini Wijnaldum, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Dejan Lovren, Adam…
Allez Les Rouges: The cornerstones of Liverpool’s title bid and the signings Jurgen Klopp could make
Jan 17 • 52 min
With the regular Allez Les Rouges guests being sent on warm-weather training, host Peter Hooton is joined by not one, but two Liverpool-supporting managers who are working wonders in the Football League. Accrington Stanley’s John Coleman has been on the…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s Van Dijk revelation and how Alisson has emulated Grobbelaar to rival De Gea
Jan 14 • 46 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce, the ECHO’s Paul Gorst and special guest Norwegian author Ragnhild Lund Ansnes to discuss the…
Post-Game: Relentless Liverpool re-establish seven-point lead at top with professional victory at Brighton
Jan 12 • 35 min
Crisis? What crisis? Liverpool bounced back from those back-to-back defeats to start the New Year with a 1-0 win at Brighton that leaves Manchester City back in exactly the same position they found themselves 10 days ago – seven points behind and with the…
The nuisance out to derail Liverpool’s Premier League title bid - and a new puzzle for Jurgen Klopp to solve
Jan 12 • 19 min
Liverpool may have seen their unbeaten start come to an end in their first Premier League game of the New Year. But you would think they will return to winning ways today and re-establish their seven-point lead at the top over Manchester City. After all,…
Blood Red: Keita worries, an unexpected defence, and Liverpool’s striker dilemma
Jan 11 • 41 min
It’s Friday, which means one thing… it’s the Blood Red podcast. And joining host Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst on the latest episode is our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce, who kicks off the pod by giving an update on the walking wounded. Unless Joel…
Every word Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp had to say in his pre-Brighton & Hove Albion press conference
Jan 11 • 20 min
Something a little different for you, Reds fans. Our main Blood Red show will be with you later today (Friday), as usual, but in the meantime we’re giving you the chance to listen to every word Jurgen Klopp had to say in his press conference to preview…
How Liverpool will react to first defeat and the case for Klopp and Edwards to make another surprise signing
Jan 10 • 44 min
So Liverpool have started the New Year with back-to-back defeats. But given Jurgen Klopp’s side still have a four-point lead at the top, and given the FA Cup was at the bottom of the priority list, our first View from the Kop podcast of 2019 focuses very…
Poetry in Motion: Why Man City defeat could work in Liverpool’s favour - and dissecting Klopp’s midfield dilemma
Jan 9 • 45 min
Neil Fitzmaurice is back with his first Poetry in Motion podcast of 2019, and he’s joined by regular guests Dan Kay and Joe Rimmer, who returns from his one-pod ban after swearing on last Friday’s Blood Red, and in turn getting the show banned from the…
Blood Red: The solution at centre-back, the form of Naby Keita, and Liverpool’s bigger picture
Jan 8 • 28 min
Nearly 24 hours after a second-string Liverpool side suffered an FA Cup exit at Premier League rivals Wolves, James Pearce joins Theo Squires and debut host Connor Dunn for the first of two Blood Red podcasts this week. James was at Molineux for the ECHO…
Post-Game: Ki-Jana Hoever and youngsters impress but senior stars disappoint as Liverpool exit FA Cup early
Jan 7 • 48 min
A chance of a first trophy under Jurgen Klopp gone or bigger fish to fry? That’s the debate that rages on the Post-Game podcast after Liverpool went down 2-1 at Wolves to exit the FA Cup before the fifth round for the fourth successive season under Jurgen…
Blood Red: Liverpool lose the right way, the Fabinho question and arguing about the FA Cup
Jan 4 • 61 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO duo Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to discuss the last few days of all things Anfield. Top of the agenda is the first league defeat of the season at Manchester…
Post-Game: All good things come to an end as table-topping Liverpool lose pulsating clash and unbeaten record to title rivals Manchester City
Jan 3 • 60 min
All good things come to an end. Yes, Liverpool’s superb 20-match unbeaten start to the campaign was curtailed on Thursday night when they lost a genuinely high-quality encounter at defending champions Manchester City 2-1. The loss means Liverpool’s lead…
The Manchester City verdict on Liverpool, their transformation, and why Jurgen Klopp is Pep Guardiola’s kryptonite
Jan 3 • 26 min
Here we go. Manchester City v Liverpool at the Etihad, Matches do not come much bigger now in the Premier League - and tonight’s one in particular. Cast your mind back a month and most supporters, maybe even Liverpool fans included, would have had City…
Allez Les Rouges: The Anfield belief, the Guardiola dilemma, and the issue of fan tribalism
Jan 2 • 46 min
What a time it is to be a Liverpool fan. A record start to a league season, six points clear at the top, and with the little matter of a trip to the defending champions Manchester City to come on Thursday night. Little wonder, then, that there is an air…
Final Blood Red of 2018: Roberto Firmino’s brilliance, Gini Wijnaldum’s importance and why 2019 could be a vintage year for Liverpool
Dec 31, 2018 • 36 min
In the final Blood Red podcast of 2018, James Pearce and Paul Gorst are joined by stand-in host Sam Carroll to sign off for the year with a bang. The trio of ECHO reporters pick the bones out of Saturday’s 5-1 hammering of Arsenal as they reflect on…
Post-Game: Five-star Liverpool thrash Arsenal to end memorable year on high and go further clear at top
Dec 29, 2018 • 42 min
What a performance. What a year. And what a lead at the top. Yes, Liverpool are now nine points clear in first place in the Premier League after they signed off in 2018 with a thumping 5-1 victory over Arsenal at Anfield this evening. The record-breaking…
The mentality change, the former Klopp ally, and the player to rival Alisson for signing of the season
Dec 29, 2018 • 38 min
It’s been some year for Liverpool and, should they overcome Arsenal in the late kick-off, they would end 2018 unbeaten at home in the Premier League. And, more importantly, it would also ensure they would stay at least six points clear at the top going…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s Shaqiri power play and the surprise defensive problem on the horizon
Dec 28, 2018 • 41 min
The red machine of Liverpool keeps rolling on - and the Blood Red team are in very high spirits. To a degree. Kristian Walsh is joined by Paul Gorst, Connor Dunn and Theo Squires as they discuss the Reds’ 4-0 win over Newcastle - and what it means for the…
Post-Game: Relentless Liverpool sweep aside Newcastle United to go six points clear at top as Manchester City lose again
Dec 26, 2018 • 29 min
Eight straight Premier League wins and a six-point lead at the top makes for one very happy Post-Game podcast. Yes, Liverpool continued their relentless form with a routine 4-0 victory over Newcastle United on Boxing Day. But while the Reds are keeping…
His arrival, his fee, his impact, his history – Virgil van Dijk Christmas Day special
Dec 24, 2018 • 29 min
Liverpool have given their supporters the perfect Christmas present by opening up a four-point lead at the top of the Premier League. But last’s year gift came two days after the big day when Virgil van Dijk’s protracted move from Southampton was…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s Premier League title aura and why Jurgen Klopp is a football thermometer
Dec 23, 2018 • 42 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO duo Kristian Walsh and Paul Gorst to discuss the last few days of all things Anfield. Top of the agenda is the win over Wolverhampton Wanderers that means the…
Inside track on Bobby Duncan, Ki-Jana Hoever and the high point of a great year for Liverpool’s academy
Dec 23, 2018 • 17 min
It’s been the perfect ending to a memorable year for Liverpool’s first team. The win over Wolves on Friday ensured the Reds will be top at Christmas – and Manchester City’s shock defeat at home to Crystal Palace the following afternoon guarantees that the…
Post-Game: Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk lead unstoppable Liverpool to Wolves win and Christmas top spot
Dec 21, 2018 • 51 min
There is just no stopping Liverpool FC. Goals from the outstanding Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk - the former’s 14th of the season, taking him to the top of the domestic scoring charts; the latter’s first in the league for the club - fired the…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s Mauricio Pochettino worry, why FSG aren’t the Glazers and the Wolves question
Dec 20, 2018 • 52 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce and ECHO duo Kristian Walsh and Connor Dunn to discuss the last few days of all things…
The local boy done good, the reported target, and their part in the fearless Wolves side standing in Liverpool’s way
Dec 20, 2018 • 34 min
Victory at Molineux on Friday night would stretch Liverpool’s Premier League winning run to seven games, ensure they open up a four-point lead over Manchester City, and guarantee they would be top on Christmas Day for the first time in five years. But, as…
Allez Les Rouges-Poetry in Motion special: Liverpool’s secret weapon in the title race and the major change in Jurgen Klopp’s squad
Dec 19, 2018 • 49 min
We have a very special podcast for you, Reds fans. Allez Les Rouges and Poetry in Motion are two of our most well-established and well-loved pods and, what with it being the last week before Christmas, Neil Fitzmaurice and Peter Hooton have teamed up to…
Jurgen Klopp’s genius and how he’s delivered Liverpool’s best title shot since 1990
Dec 18, 2018 • 53 min
A huge chasm now exists between English football’s most successful clubs and it was exposed in all its glory at Anfield on Sunday as Liverpool swept aside sorry Manchester United. It took the Reds back to the top of the Premier League and it proved to be…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s Fabinho surprise, the Roberto Firmino revival and being ready for Bayern Munich
Dec 17, 2018 • 52 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce and ECHO duo Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to look back on the win over Manchester United,…
Post-Game: Super-sub Shaqiri sends Liverpool back to the top as rivals Manchester Untied are humbled
Dec 16, 2018 • 39 min
19 points. That’s just how big a gap exists between table-topping and unbeaten Liverpool and their fallen rivals Manchester United all the way down in sixth. But more importantly is the one-point lead the relentless Reds hold over the Manchester team that…
The shift in power, the identity crisis, and the wariness Liverpool still need to feel of Manchester United
Dec 15, 2018 • 27 min
Everton could not do Liverpool a favour. Their 3-1 loss at Manchester City means Jurgen Klopp’s unbeaten side need to beat Manchester United on Sunday to go back to the top of the Premier League. Given the fact a remarkable 16 points separates the sides…
Blood Red: The biggest factor in Liverpool overhauling Manchester United – and why Jose Mourinho’s words won’t wash
Dec 14, 2018 • 35 min
One topic dominates the latest Blood Red podcast. Recorded early to allow the ECHO sportsdesk to hit the town for their Christmas do, one topic dominates. No, it’s not our favourite Christmas songs, although that does get a mention at the start; it is, of…
Jurgen Klopp’s evolution, his transfer dilemma, Mohamed Salah’s celebrations, and Liverpool’s ultimate party pooper
Dec 13, 2018 • 40 min
What a December it’s been so far for Liverpool. The most dramatic of Merseyside derby wins, a gritty comeback at Burnley, a four-goal thrashing of Bournemouth that took the Reds to the top of the Premier League, and then a terrific performance to beat…
Blood Red: The aura around Alisson Becker - and the maturity from the much-maligned which sealed Champions League progression
Dec 12, 2018 • 38 min
No surprise that the Blood Red team are in very high spirits after another famous Anfield night in Europe. Host Kristian Walsh is joined by James Pearce and Caoimhe O’Neill to reflect on the night the Reds showed the true measure of their maturity, with…
Post-Game: Mohamed Salah and Alisson Becker star as Liverpool beat Napoli to book Champions League last-16 spot
Dec 11, 2018 • 52 min
Top of the Premier League – and now through to the last 16 of the Champions League to boot. What a 10 days it has been for Liverpool. And to reflect on the 1-0 win over Napoli on Tuesday night that secured their place in the knockout stages of the…
Napoli, their world class defender and the ex-Liverpool transfer target made for the Premier League
Dec 11, 2018 • 18 min
Liverpool climbed to the top of the Premier League at the weekend after they swept aside Bournemouth to continue their unbeaten, record-breaking start. But now the Reds’ focus switches to the Champions League and their must-win final Group C game at home…
Blood Red: The player key to Liverpool keeping their cool in the Premier League title race and the Champions League conundrum facing Jurgen Klopp
Dec 11, 2018 • 41 min
The hunter has become the hunted. Yes, Liverpool top the Premier League at long last after they brushed aside Bournemouth and Manchester City suffered their first defeat of the campaign. And in our first Blood Red podcast of the week, James Pearce joins…
Post-Game: Magic Mohamed Salah stars as Liverpool go top with superb victory at Bournemouth
Dec 9, 2018 • 43 min
Top of the league! Yes, the unbeaten and relentless Reds moved above Manchester City at the summit of the Premier League with a superb 4-0 victory at Bournemouth in the early Saturday kick-off. And they are staying there after City lost the late kick-off…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s defensive problems and how Fabinho and Naby Keita flipped the midfield debate on its head
Dec 8, 2018 • 29 min
It’s Friday, it’s the Blood Red podcast, and we have an exclusive for you. Sadly, it’s not Liverpool’s next signing, but the revelation of James Pearce’s middle name. Without giving the game away, it’s nothing on the one bestowed upon Theo Squires, who…
Allez Les Rouges: Liverpool’s chance to shift the title dynamic and the New Year statement signings Jurgen Klopp should make
Dec 7, 2018 • 45 min
Peter Hooton takes a leaf out of Jurgen Klopp’s book for his latest Allez Les Rouges podcast. Just like the Liverpool boss against Burnley on Wednesday, Hooton has made sweeping changes to his line-up. But the guests coming into to replace his benched…
John Arne Riise exclusive on winning the Champions League, THAT goal v Manchester United and how he very nearly didn’t sign for Liverpool
Dec 6, 2018 • 40 min
The latest Blood Red podcast is another belter. Our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce sat down with former Reds defender John Arne Riise on Wednesday before the Burnley game. Riise was back in Liverpool to promote his brutally honest new…
Djimi Traore exclusive on close relationship with Rafa Benítez, rejecting Everton and helping Liverpool win the Champions League
Dec 6, 2018 • 66 min
In a Blood Red podcast special, former Liverpool defender Djimi Traore sits down with Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst to talk through his career. The ex-Mali international made 141 appearances for the Reds, which included the Champions League triumph of 2005.…
Post-Game: Liverpool make club history and keep up pressure on Manchester City with comeback Burnley win
Dec 5, 2018 • 35 min
Think of all the great sides Liverpool have had in their history. But not one has eenjoyed a start to a campaign as good as the one Jurgen Klopp’s current crop are. Yes, despite a 12th win in 15 unbeaten Premier League matches, achieved in difficult…
What’s going wrong at Burnley and why Liverpool should need no Ragnar Klavan-style late heroics
Dec 4, 2018 • 18 min
Now most of us would swap big wins for the dramatic way Liverpool settled the Merseyside derby every day of the week. But, if we’re being greedy, the one thing missing from Liverpool’s unbeaten start to the Premier League season is a thumping victory.…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s Fabinho discovery, defending Jurgen Klopp and now or never for Divock Origi
Dec 3, 2018 • 53 min
In the latest Blood Red Podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce and ECHO duo Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to look back on a remarkable Merseyside derby,…
Post-Game: Unlikely hero Divock Origi wins Liverpool the Merseyside derby in the most dramatic of fashion
Dec 2, 2018 • 49 min
Wow, just wow. Liverpool won the Merseyside derby 1-0 at Anfield this afternoon thanks to a 96th-minute winner from the unlikeliest of heroes, Divock Origi. The super-sub’s header settled the contest as the Reds extended their unbeaten record at home to…
The lowdown from both sides of Stanley Park in our special Merseyside derby preview
Dec 2, 2018 • 19 min
Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise - the Merseyside derby is still the big game for Liverpool and Everton supporters. And, with the 232nd meeting between the sides just hours away, we’ve produced a special preview podcast for both our Blood Red and Royal…
Poetry in Motion: Looking for Liverpool’s spark amid the new-found steel and midfield derby dilemmas
Nov 30, 2018 • 35 min
Two days before the Merseyside derby, illness and unavailability has ravaged the ECHO’s sportsdesk. That means just Paul Wheelock was able to join Neil Fitzmaurice on the latest Poetry in Motion podcast - and even he is battling a severe case of man flu.…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s Champions League failing, worrying over Fabinho and Naby Keita and why beating Everton still matters
Nov 30, 2018 • 50 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce along with ECHO duo Joe Rimmer and Theo Squires to pick the bones out of the latest Champions…
Post-Game: Liverpool pay price for first-half no-show in Paris as Champions League hopes go down to the wire
Nov 29, 2018 • 49 min
So it will all come down to Napoli at Anfield on December 11. Beat Carlo Ancelotti’s side 1-0 or by two clear goals and Liverpool will definitely take their place in the Champions League knock-out stages. But they will have to improve on the performance…
James Pearce previews Liverpool’s mouthwatering Champions League match at Paris Saint-Germain – and looks back at an interesting press conference
Nov 28, 2018 • 13 min
Not long to go now, Reds. Liverpool are in Champions League action at the Parc des Princes tonight, taking on the superstars of Paris Saint-Germain. But going into what is a mouthwatering match between two of the best strikeforces in world football, it is…
Paris Saint-Germain’s Anfield wake-up call, the Nabil Fekir team-mate Liverpool should target, and those Fabinho rumours
Nov 28, 2018 • 25 min
So who’s ready for round two? Liverpool’s thrilling and richly deserved 3-2 victory over Paris Saint-Germain in September kicked off the Champions League in style and remains one of the best matches of the season so far. But the return clash in the French…
Blood Red: Mohamed Salah channels Lionel Messi, Liverpool’s PSG poser and the Man City problem
Nov 27, 2018 • 48 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO duo Kristian Walsh and Paul Gorst to look back at the win over Watford, debate Roberto Firmino’s revival, consider Mohamed Salah’s worth, enter (once again)…
Post-Game: Relentless Liverpool sweep aside Watford to make it their best ever start to a Premier League season
Nov 25, 2018 • 48 min
Liverpool are not going away. Manchester City may have won again to maintain their narrow lead at the top. But the Reds are also unbeaten and remain just two points behind in second after they triumphed 3-0 at Watford and made it the club’s best ever…
The trio targeting a place in Jurgen Klopp’s senior squad and the contrasting fortunes of Liverpool’s youth sides
Nov 25, 2018 • 19 min
It’s a big afternoon for Liverpool’s Under-23s today as they make the short trip across Stanley Park to take on Everton in the mini-derby. And it’s the Premier League 2 clash, and the fallout to the U23s’ 7-0 humbling by Villarreal, that takes centre…
The Watford player who would be perfect Liverpool - and the other threats to the Reds’ unbeaten crown
Nov 24, 2018 • 22 min
Liverpool resume their Premier League title challenge this afternoon when they travel to Vicarage Road to take on Watford. Jurgen Klopp’s unbeaten side will be favourites to bring the three points back to Merseyside and kick off a very important week in…
Blood Red: Solving Liverpool’s midfield muddle, underrating Mane and trying to cling on to Man City
Nov 23, 2018 • 47 min
The international break is over! Rejoice! Kristian Walsh hosts the latest Blood Red podcast and is joined by James Pearce and Paul Gorst as they discuss Sadio Mane penning a new deal at Liverpool and how he’s ultimately underrated by many. The midfield…
WWE NXT superstar Zack Gibson on supporting Liverpool, Triple H and why wresting is like Istanbul comeback
Nov 22, 2018 • 35 min
In a Blood Red podcast special, Paul Gorst sits down with WWE wrestler and Liverpool supporter Zack Gibson to talk following the Reds and working for the world’s biggest wrestling company. Liverpool-born Zack explains how his love of the Reds became…
Allez Les Rouges: The fallout from the Premier League’s ‘own goal’ - and the player who looks born to wear the Liverpool shirt
Nov 22, 2018 • 42 min
It’s coming up to two weeks since the Redmen were last in action, but the latest Allez Les Rouges podcast, hosted by Peter Hooton, and featuring regular guests Kieth Culvin, Ste ‘Mono’ Monaghan and John Nicolson, has a lot to get off its chest. It starts…
John Toshack on his glittering Liverpool career, Bill Shankly, Jurgen Klopp, and how close he came to taking over at Anfield
Nov 21, 2018 • 42 min
A true Liverpool great is the special guest of our latest podcast. John Toshack has been back in the city this week to promote his new book, Toshack’s Way: My Journey Through Football. And the man who won three First Division titles, two UEFA Cups and an…
The real story of Loris Karius’ time in Turkey - and how Damien Comolli could still have a say in Liverpool’s transfer business
Nov 20, 2018 • 25 min
International breaks give you the chance to reflect, but I don’t think you’ll find a single Liverpool supporter who would argue with the move Jurgen Klopp made in the summer when he signed Alisson Becker and ended any hope Loris Karius had of starting the…
Blood Red: Q&A special on Sturridge, Mane contract, Pulisic and January signings
Nov 19, 2018 • 60 min
We turned the agenda over to you, our listeners, for the latest Blood Red podcast. Answering questions posed on Twitter and our new Facebook group page for all the podcasts we produce (click HERE to join), our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce joins…
Blood Red: Trent Alexander-Arnold’s midfield move - and following Steven Gerrard’s legacy
Nov 16, 2018 • 52 min
It’s the international break but that hasn’t stopped our Blood Red team from sitting down and discussing all the latest from Anfield. The continued rise of Trent Alexander-Arnold continues after his first goal for England, with a discussion over whether…
Liverpool’s Xherdan Shaqiri problem and why Richard Scudamore £5m bonus is an insult
Nov 15, 2018 • 36 min
Liverpool are enjoying their joint best start to a Premier League season, and are just two points behind Manchester City, but universal acclaim for Jurgen Klopp’s high-flying side is in short supply. So, for our latest View from the Kop podcast, Sean…
Champions League winner Antonio Nunez on ‘beautiful’ season with Liverpool, Rafa Benitez and ‘complete player’ Steven Gerrard
Nov 14, 2018 • 32 min
Our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce tracked down a member of the Reds’ 2005 Champions League-winning squad for our latest podcast - and what a cracker it is. Antonio Nunez was back in Liverpool at the weekend for the first time since leaving…
The FSG takeover talk - and how Liverpool can bridge the Manchester City gap
Nov 13, 2018 • 25 min
Liverpool are just two points behind Manchester City at the top of the table after enjoying a record-equalling start to a Premier League campaign. But what makes the Reds’ form all the more impressive is the fact they are going toe to toe with a club…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s Man City solution, the Jordan Henderson question and the Nabil Fekir transfer poser
Nov 12, 2018 • 60 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO trio Kristian Walsh, Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst to look back at the win over Fulham, whether there really was any controversy over the opening goal, discuss…
Post-Game: Xherdan Shaqiri takes chance to shine as Liverpool sweep Fulham aside to continue superb start
Nov 11, 2018 • 26 min
Liverpool needed a reaction after their disappointing Champions League defeat to Red Star - and they got one this afternoon as they beat basement boys Fulham 2-0 at Anfield thanks to goals either side of half-time from Mohamed Salah and Xherdan Shaqiri.…
The summer signing Liverpool dodged a bullet with - and the dressing room problems that could help the Reds
Nov 10, 2018 • 20 min
As disappointing as the defeat to Red Star in midweek was for Liverpool, it still has to be placed into context. After all, their Champions League destiny remains in their own hands, and should they win at home to Fulham on Sunday they would go back to…
Blood Red: Naby Keita’s real start at Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp’s mood and the trouble with Trent Alexander-Arnold
Nov 9, 2018 • 45 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce along with ECHO duo Connor Dunn and Dan Kay to look back at the dismal defeat to Red Star…
Allez Les Rouges: Searching for Liverpool’s lost mojo and the Red Star selection mistakes that should not be repeated
Nov 8, 2018 • 43 min
Crisis? What crisis? As bad as the defeat to Red Star was, Liverpool’s Champions League destiny remains in their own hands, and victory on Sunday over Fulham would move them back to the top of the Premier League table. But as Jurgen Klopp admitted himself…
Poetry in Motion: Adam Lallana, Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Liverpool’s big concerns
Nov 7, 2018 • 45 min
It’s the morning after the night before, and Neil Fitzmaurice is back with his Poetry in Motion podcast, joined by Joe Rimmer and Paul Wheelock. There’s no getting away from it - Fitzy is getting a little bit concerned by his beloved Reds. They may still…
Post-Game: Lacklustre Liverpool give themselves Champions League headache with dismal Red Star defeat
Nov 6, 2018 • 40 min
That was a bad, bad night at the office. But only time will tell just how damaging Liverpool’s desperately disappointing Champions League defeat to Red Star will be. What we do know is that it means Liverpool have slipped to second going into their final…
What Liverpool will face in Belgrade will be a world away from the Premier League – and debating the Xherdan Shaqiri decision
Nov 6, 2018 • 23 min
Tonight is Liverpool’s first trip to Belgrade since October 1973 when they suffered the first of two defeats to Red Star to exit the European Cup. They proved to be a watershed moment for legendary manager Bill Shankly, who changed the club’s approach to…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s finest margins, Virgil van Dijk’s wasted career and the Roberto Firmino issue
Nov 5, 2018 • 45 min
The unbeaten Liverpool machine rolls on. But 27 points from a possible 33 is only enough to place the Reds in third at the top of the Premier League after Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Arsenal. Host Kristian Walsh is joined by Paul Gorst and the ECHO’s Liverpool…
Shining the spotlight on Liverpool’s on-fire Under-18s and asking what lies in store for Dominic Solanke
Nov 4, 2018 • 18 min
Before jetting out to Belgrade in the morning, our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce speaks to Paul Wheelock for our latest Academy Show podcast. Most of the show focuses on the Reds’ on-fire Under-18s side, who made it eight straight wins in…
Post-Game: Enthralling Emirates draw takes Liverpool back to the top
Nov 3, 2018 • 34 min
What a game that was. Yes, there was disappointment and frustration that Liverpool could not hold on for what would have been another statement victory. But the Reds more than played their part in an enthralling contest and, more importantly, the 1-1 draw…
Pre-match podcast as Liverpool look to go back to the top of the Premier League and end Arsenal’s revival under Unai Emery
Nov 3, 2018 • 20 min
Looking forward to tonight’s match at the Emirtates? I know we are! So to whet the appetite further for a game that always seem to guarantee goals and drama, we have produced a little pre-match podcast for you. It kicks off with host Paul Wheelock talking…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s Joe Gomez decision, the Xherdan Shaqiri poser and Arsenal’s secret agent
Nov 2, 2018 • 50 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce and ECHO duo Kristian Walsh and Connor Dunn to look ahead to the trip to Arsenal, consider…
Those Ramsey links, Aubameyang issue and the problem Arsenal position Liverpool can exploit at the Emirates
Nov 1, 2018 • 19 min
We know Liverpool are the real deal. One look at the current Premier League table and the progress they have made under Jurgen Klopp, particularly in the calendar year, is testament to that. But what about Arsenal? They go into Saturday’s tea-time…
Talking men’s mental health and honouring the memory of two big Liverpool fans
Nov 1, 2018 • 21 min
What’s great about Liverpool and Merseyside is that no matter who you support, whether Red or Blue, is that people stand together on the bigger, more important things than what happens out on the pitch. Yet another example of that is the special event…
Mark Walters on Liverpool’s title chances, nearly signing for Everton, transfer fee pressure and European nights
Oct 30, 2018 • 21 min
Mark Walters believes Liverpool finally boast a team capable of bringing the “Holy Grail” back to Anfield. Title glory eluded the former Reds winger under both Graeme Souness and Roy Evans in the early 90s but he’s confident the current crop can succeed…
Blood Red: The Xherdan Shaqiri conundrum and Klopp’s big selection problem for Arsenal
Oct 29, 2018 • 45 min
The Blood Red podcast is back and like Jurgen Klopp, we’ve rotated our squad. Out goes full-time Liverpool correspondent (both home and away) James Pearce and in comes Dan Kay and Theo Squires. Meanwhile, Reds reporter Ian Doyle is playing in an…
Allez Les Rouges: What constitutes the Reds’ best back line? | Red Star Belgrade reaction | Cardiff preview
Oct 27, 2018 • 47 min
It’s another bumper edition of Allez Les Rouges, with Liverpool season ticket holder and The Farm frontman Peter Hooton in his regular hosting seat. Joining him on this episode are Kop stalwarts Keith Culven and John Nicolson, as well as Accrington…
Blood Red: The weekend Jurgen Klopp wanted and why A Star is Born in Liverpool’s Joe Gomez
Oct 26, 2018 • 41 min
Liverpool ensured there was to be no unlucky 13 as they safely negotiated Red Star Belgrade on Wednesday night - and game No.14 of the season comes hot on the heels for Jurgen Klopp’s side. Paul Gorst, James Pearce and host Kristian Walsh sat down to talk…
Post-Game: Liverpool’s win over Red Star in the Champions League felt like a corner turned
Oct 25, 2018 • 18 min
Not only did the Reds get back to winning ways in European competition after a disappointing defeat to Napoli last time out, but Jurgen Klopp’s men seemingly rediscovered their attacking verve as they scored four goals and put Red Star to the sword. James…
Exclusive interview with Marko Grujic ahead of Liverpool’s Champions League clash with his boyhood club Red Star Belgrade
Oct 23, 2018 • 15 min
Champions League football is back at Anfield on Wednesday night - and the clash with Red Star Belgrade will be special for one Liverpool player in particular. Marko Grujic is a Red Star fan who grew up in Belgrade and rose through the ranks of his…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s boring problem, trusting Xherdan Shaqiri and time to rest Andy Robertson
Oct 22, 2018 • 47 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO triumvirate Joe Rimmer, Paul Gorst and Connor Dunn to look back at the dreary win over Huddersfield Town, consider Joe Gomez’s form and Xherdan Shaqiri’s…
Post-Game: Liverpool win ugly at Huddersfield Town to move level on points at the top
Oct 21, 2018 • 28 min
It was far from pretty but Liverpool’s hard-fought victory at Huddersfield Town this evening means they have moved level on points at the top of the Premier League table with current leaders and defending champions Manchester City. But bar from Mohamed…
Corroborating Jurgen Klopp’s claims and why Huddersfield is the start of the real test of Liverpool’s title chances
Oct 20, 2018 • 26 min
With Liverpool flying high in third, with six wins and two draws from their unbeaten opening eight games to the Premier League campaign, surely the trip to Huddersfield Town is an away banker? Huddersfield, after all, are winless, sit third from bottom…
Blood Red: The Fabinho problem – and the ‘undroppable’ player Liverpool can get more from
Oct 19, 2018 • 48 min
Real football is back this weekend… and in your and second and final Blood Red podcast of the week, host Joe Rimmer is joined by James Pearce and Paul Gorst to look ahead to Liverpool’s Premier League return at Huddersfield Town on Saturday, and much more…
The view from Egypt on Mohamed Salah and flipping the script on Liverpool’s ‘misfiring’ front three
Oct 18, 2018 • 22 min
Cast your mind back to this stage of the season one year ago and Mohamed Salah sat on four goals from his first eight Premier League games of the campaign. Fast-forward 12 months and Liverpool’s superstar striker has netted just one goal fewer despite…
Poetry in Motion: Gini Wijnaldum’s midfield change and Adam Lallana can be the answer to Jurgen Klopp’s injury crisis
Oct 18, 2018 • 45 min
Neil Fitzmaurice is back with his Poetry in Motion podcast and for the latest episode he is reunited with Joe Rimmer and joined by Kristian Walsh, who keeps his place after an impressive showing last time out. In contrast, Jurgen Klopp may have to ring…
Conflicting case of on-loan Liverpool youngsters Harry Wilson and Ben Woodburn
Oct 16, 2018 • 22 min
Harry Wilson and Ben Woodburn are currently on international duty, team-mates with Wales, but on Saturday the highly rated Liverpool youngsters will be on opposite sides with their respective on-loan Championship clubs. However, whereas Wilson is…
Blood Red: FSG’s biggest success and failure - and the mistakes they are learning from at Liverpool
Oct 16, 2018 • 59 min
In a special Blood Red podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO triumvirate Kristian Walsh, Joe Rimmer and Connor Dunn to discuss the FSG reign. What have they done right? What have they done wrong? What about transfers?…
The Keita, Lallana and Shaqiri questions – and the inherited players Klopp has improved the most
Oct 14, 2018 • 35 min
Jurgen Klopp may have so far this season resisted the temptation to rotate the impressive squad he has put together in his three years as Liverpool boss, but that’s exactly what we have done for our latest View from the Kop podcast. Caoimhe O’Neill makes…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s Naby Keita problem, the Jurgen Klopp midfield poser and targeting Paul Pogba
Oct 13, 2018 • 60 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, Liverpool reporter and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO triumvirate Kristian Walsh, Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst to discuss the last few days of all things Anfield. Amid the stupor of the international break,…
Ex-Liverpool striker and Reds-supporting manager and chairman shine spotlight on Non-League Day
Oct 13, 2018 • 33 min
With Liverpool without a game this weekend due to the international break, we thought we would focus attention on football that is far removed from the Premier League for our latest podcast. It’s Non-League Day in England, which means football fans, not…
Allez Les Rouges: Who must replace James Milner and the biggest achievement of Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool reign
Oct 11, 2018 • 47 min
Peter Hooton returns with the Allez Les Rouges podcast and so do three of his regular guests, Ste Monaghan, Kieth Culvin and John Nicolson, to look back on the final two matches of a testing and stamina-sapping run of seven games in 23 days for Liverpool…
Kevin Keegan on Liverpool’s title chances, what Bill Shankly would have made of Jurgen Klopp, and his own glorious Reds career
Oct 10, 2018 • 15 min
A true Liverpool FC legend is the special guest of our latest Blood Red spin-off podcast. Kevin Keegan was back in the city last week to promote his new autobiography, My Life in Football, and Paul Wheelock caught up him with him after a signing session.…
Talking Jurgen Klopp, Michael Edwards and the inside story on Liverpool’s ‘real fab three’
Oct 9, 2018 • 39 min
In our latest Verdict podcast, Paul Wheelock speaks to the Sunday Times football correspondent, Jonathan Northcroft, on what could not be the more timely of days. The pair met at the oh-so-glamorous location of Uttoxeter Services on the same day that…
Blood Red: Addressing Naby Keita’s form and reflecting on three years of Jurgen Klopp
Oct 8, 2018 • 47 min
Host Joe Rimmer is joined by our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce, Theo Squires and Dan Kay for our first Blood Red podcast of the week. The quartet pick the bones out of the top-of-the-table 0-0 draw with Manchester City at Anfield and try to…
Post-Game: The lowdown as Liverpool and Manchester City cancel each other out in top-of-table clash
Oct 7, 2018 • 36 min
Let’s face it, that didn’t live up to the hype, did it? But this afternoon’s 0-0 draw with Manchester City at Anfield does mean that Liverpool remain unbeaten after the first eight games of the season - and does mean they will go into yet another…
Blood Red: Asking more of Liverpool’s midfield - and the psychological edge they hold over Man City
Oct 6, 2018 • 39 min
A massive game at Anfield awaits and we have the very latest chat ahead of the crucial clash. Host Kristian Walsh sits down with Paul Gorst and Paul Philbin to discuss the impending visit of Man City and just what is needed to put down a marker in the…
Why Liverpool pose the biggest problem to Manchester City - and the player now making the champions tick
Oct 5, 2018 • 30 min
We have a special Blood Red spin-off podcast for you to head into the weekend. Stuart Brennan is the long-term chief Manchester City writer for the Manchester Evening News. And host Paul Wheelock picked up the phone to Stuart to get the inside track on…
Poetry in Motion: Cutting Liverpool’s front three some slack - and the surprising change in Jurgen Klopp’s tactics
Oct 4, 2018 • 47 min
Neil Fitzmaurice is back with his Poetry in Motion podcast and, for this episode, he is joined by Kristian Walsh and Paul Wheelock, who are asked, just what went wrong in Naples last night? Kristian wonders whether we witnessed something Jurgen Klopp…
Post-Game: Picking bones out of bad night in Europe as lacklustre Liverpool lose to Napoli
Oct 3, 2018 • 40 min
Liverpool made the perfect start to their Champions League campaign with a thrilling 3-2 win over Paris Saint-Germain at Anfield two weeks ago. But what we witnessed this evening was night and day compared to that as the Reds were beaten 1-0 by Napoli.…
Lowdown on Napoli, the strength of Serie A, and why it’s a different Klopp and Liverpool returning to Naples
Oct 3, 2018 • 33 min
Liverpool are back in Champions League action tonight when they travel to Italy to take on last season’s Serie A runners-up Napoli - and we have a packed Preview podcast to look ahead to the big match. We kick off by speaking to our Liverpool FC…
Writing Kevin Keegan’s life story and why the Liverpool legend would have loved to have played under Jurgen Klopp
Oct 2, 2018 • 30 min
A true Liverpool FC legend this week makes his return to the city. Kevin Keegan will be at Waterstones on Wednesday afternoon to promote his brilliant new autobiography, My Life in Football. The book was written with Daniel Taylor, the chief football…
Blood Red: Can Daniel Sturridge earn a new Liverpool contract and are Chelsea now a likeable team?
Oct 1, 2018 • 40 min
One man dominates the latest Blood Red podcast, hosted by Joe Rimmer and also featuring James Pearce, Dan Kay and Theo Squires. And that man is Daniel Sturridge after his superb strike earned Liverpool a late but thoroughly deserved 1-1 draw at Chelsea on…
Post-Game: Super-sub Daniel Sturridge shows class to earn Liverpool richly deserved point from Chelsea cracker
Sep 29, 2018 • 35 min
What a game. And what a goal. It looked like Liverpool were heading for a second defeat to Chelsea in the space of four days after Eden Hazard, the matchwinner in the midweek Carabao Cup tie between the sides, opened the scoring. But a quite superb strike…
Allez Les Rouges: The player Liverpool cannot afford to rest and the single-mindedness of Klopp
Sep 29, 2018 • 45 min
Peter Hooton is back with his Allez Les Rouges podcast, a little later than usual, but with good reason, as he has been busy promoting his excellent new book, The Boot Room Boys: The Unseen Story of Anfield’s Conquering Heroes. And joined by Liverpool…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk factor, the problem with Chelsea and Jose Mourinho becoming Alan Partridge
Sep 28, 2018 • 39 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce along with ECHO duo Joe Rimmer and Chris Beesley to discuss the last few days of all things…
Chris Kirkland on his Reds return and what has been going on at Liverpool FC Women
Sep 27, 2018 • 15 min
It may be less than six weeks old, but it has already been an eventful season for Liverpool FC Women. After a summer of massive change that saw the majority of last season’s squad leave along with manager Scott Rogers, the club was looking to stabilise…
Post-Game: Liverpool’s perfect start ended by Chelsea amid new VAR controversy at Anfield
Sep 26, 2018 • 32 min
All good things must come to an end, and after seven straight wins, Liverpool have suffered their first defeat of the season after losing 2-1 to Chelsea in the Carabao Cup. And in our Post-Game podcast, we get the view from the pressbox, the stands and…
Lowdown on Chelsea, the teenage talent tipped to fill Eden Hazard’s boots, and why Fabinho has been made to wait
Sep 26, 2018 • 23 min
It’s the first of Liverpool’s big double-header with Chelsea tonight as the clubs do battle at Anfield in the Carabao Cup. And to get the lowdown on the team standing in Reds’ way of continuing their perfect start to the season, we spoke to Nizaar…
How Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp should approach Chelsea and why rivalry with Manchester City is one-sided
Sep 25, 2018 • 39 min
Seven wins from seven, top of the Premier League, and off to a flyer in the Champions League, but have Liverpool hit top gear yet? That is the question Reds season-ticket holders Sean Bradbury, Dan Kay and Paul Philbin answer in our latest View from the…
The evolution of Jurgen Klopp’s style and how Southampton win was like going back in time
Sep 24, 2018 • 39 min
There is a special guest on the first Blood Red podcast of the week. The Farm frontman and author Peter Hooton joins James Pearce, Connor Dunn and host Joe Rimmer ahead of the launch of his superb new book, The Boot Room Boys: The Unseen Story of…
Post-Game: Relentless Liverpool beat Southampton to make it a magnificent seven and create club history
Sep 22, 2018 • 36 min
Today’s 3-0 win over Southampton means Liverpool have won their opening seven competitive matches of a season for the first time in the club’s history. And more importantly it means Jurgen Klopp’s side moved two points clear at the top of the table ahead…
Danny Ings, Virgil van Dijk and the team standing in the way of Liverpool making club history
Sep 22, 2018 • 17 min
Liverpool will look to make it a club record seven straight wins to start a season when they welcome Southampton to Anfield this afternoon. And you would not bet against them given the fabulous form Jurgen Klopp’s side are in. But what of the team…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s big change, the Anfield atmosphere and what to do with Mohamed Salah
Sep 21, 2018 • 44 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce along with ECHO duo Joe Rimmer and Theo Squires to discuss the last few days of all things…
Reflecting on a great week for the Academy and the Liverpool youngsters catching the eye
Sep 21, 2018 • 16 min
The wins over Tottenham Hotspur and Paris Saint-Germain have made it a superb week so far for Jurgen Klopp’s senior side. But it’s also been seven days to savour for the club’s younger teams. There was a third straight league victory for Barry Lewtas’…
Poetry in Motion: The area Liverpool need to improve and Jurgen Klopp’s intriguing team selections
Sep 20, 2018 • 50 min
Neil Fitzmaurice is back with his Poetry in Motion podcast and for the latest episode he is joined by Dan Kay and reunited with Joe Rimmer. The trio kick off the show by looking back on Liverpool’s statement-making victories over the past week. Dan…
Blood Red: Debunking the Mohamed Salah myths and what’s next for Daniel Sturridge
Sep 19, 2018 • 26 min
It was a special night, so it is only right that we mark the thrilling 3-2 win over Paris Saint-Germain with a special, impromptu edition of our Blood Red podcast. James Pearce joins Paul Gorst and host Joe Rimmer to assess and analyse a superb victory…
Post-Game: Liverpool leave it late to seal thrilling victory over Paris Saint-Germain in Champions League opener
Sep 18, 2018 • 36 min
New Champions League season, same old, thrilling Liverpool. The Reds kicked off their Group C campaign with a late but fully deserved 3-2 victory over Paris Saint-Germain. And in our latest Post-Game podcast we look back on yet another European night to…
How Liverpool can exploit vulnerable Paris Saint-Germain and why Anfield atmosphere will be new test of Kylian Mbappe
Sep 18, 2018 • 19 min
Champions League football is back with a bang at Anfield tonight as Liverpool take on Paris Saint-Germain in a match that would not look out of place in the later rounds let alone a group opener. The Reds have made a superb start to the Premier League…
Blood Red: Stirring Firmino, spine-setting Wijnaldum and why Liverpool are Oliver Twist no more
Sep 17, 2018 • 50 min
A win at Wembley is always something to celebrate, especially when it extends Liverpool’s perfect start to the Premier League campaign. Host Kristian Walsh is joined by James Pearce and Dan Kay as they pick apart the performance, including a Jurgen Klopp…
Story of the Liverpool fans who make the Kop look special – and the importance of getting the next generation to the game
Sep 16, 2018 • 46 min
With the impressive Wembley win over Tottenham Hotspur continuing the perfect start to the Premier League season, Liverpool can now turn their attention to their Champions League opener with Paris Saint-Germain. And what a match it should prove to be as…
Post-Game: Liverpool make statement of intent with Wembley win over Tottenham Hotspur
Sep 15, 2018 • 17 min
Well, what a difference a year makes… Or 11 months to be precise. Last October Liverpool lost 4-1 to Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley to slip to ninth in the Premier League and leave them trailing eventual champions Manchester City by a massive 12 points. But…
Blood Red: The myth of Liverpool’s top six away day woe and Jurgen Klopp’s biggest test yet
Sep 14, 2018 • 42 min
Proper football is back as Liverpool travel to Tottenham - and our latest Blood Red podcast has every angle covered. Kristian Walsh hosts with James Pearce, Theo Squires and Caoimhe O’Neill there to discuss a mammoth seven-game stretch. The long-term…
Allez Les Rouges: Why mouthwatering run should bring best out of Liverpool as season starts now
Sep 14, 2018 • 57 min
With Peter Hooton sunning himself in Sicily ahead of the launch of his brilliant new book, the latest episode of the Allez Les Rouges podcast is hosted by a voice that will be very familiar to our listeners. The Liverpool ECHO’s former Liverpool FC editor…
Liverpool’s first ‘real test’ as they head to Wembley to take on a ‘fragile’ Tottenham Hotspur side
Sep 13, 2018 • 28 min
We’re bringing you our Preview podcast a little earlier than usual but after two weeks without a Liverpool match, we’re getting a little excited, especially when a trip to Wembley to take on Tottenham Hotspur kick-starts what could be a season-shaping run…
Story of Joe Gomez’s rise from Charlton kid to Liverpool and England starter – by one of the men who knows him best
Sep 12, 2018 • 19 min
Best Liverpool player so far this season? Joe Gomez would have to be in with a shout, and his fine form was recognised by Gareth Southgate at the weekend when he chose the 21-year-old over Manchester City’s £50m man Kyle Walker to start for England…
Peter Crouch on his Liverpool career, Rafa Benitez Secret Santa stitch-up, Steven Gerrard and the current Reds crop
Sep 11, 2018 • 10 min
Your latest spin-off show to our main Blood Red podcast is a quick catch-up with ex-Liverpool striker Peter Crouch, who has been back in the city to promote his brilliant new book, How to be a Footballer. The former England international talks his Anfield…
Blood Red: Monstrous Fabinho, Liverpool’s cash bonus and rebuilding Fortress Anfield
Sep 10, 2018 • 41 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO duo Kristian Walsh and Paul Gorst along with special guest Caoimhe O’Neill to discuss the form of Brazil duo Fabinho and Firmino, decipher Djibril Cisse’s…
Discussing Firmino, midfield poser for Spurs and why tough Champions League draw is just what Liverpool need
Sep 9, 2018 • 40 min
With the dreaded international break now very much upon us, we tried something a little different in our latest View from the Kop podcast. Hosted by Paul Wheelock and featuring season-ticket holders Paul Philbin and Dan Kay, the trio kick off the show by…
Insight into James Milner the man and why the Liverpool midfielder should be considered world class
Sep 8, 2018 • 28 min
Is James Milner getting better with age? Well, the guest of this special Blood Red spin-off show certainly thinks so. Stephen Warnock is a friend and former Aston Villa team-mate of Milner’s and he offers a fascinating insight into the evergreen Liverpool…
Blood Red: Liverpool’s transfer shift, sword falls on Jordan Henderson and Fabinho hysteria
Sep 7, 2018 • 43 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO triumvirate Paul Gorst, Dan Kay and the lesser-spotted Chris Beesley to pick the bones out of Neymar’s comments about the Reds’ Premier League hopes, the…
Poetry in Motion: The big difference in Liverpool and why an irked Sadio Mane spells bad news for the rest of the Premier League
Sep 6, 2018 • 49 min
Neil Fitzmaurice is back with his latest Poetry in Motion podcast and – once he’s allowed to get his words out – he is joined by the returning Dan Kay and debutant Paul Gorst. With Liverpool sitting pretty at the top of the Premier League with four wins…
Those Neymar comments, Jurgen Klopp’s straight bat, and assessing Liverpool’s hopes of silverware
Sep 5, 2018 • 35 min
Former Liverpool defender Stephen Wright is the special guest on our latest Verdict podcast. We recorded a podcast with the Academy graduate earlier this summer looking back on his career. But our latest catch-up, at Wrexham AFC’s Racecourse Ground, was…
Life under Rafa Benitez, learning from Steven Gerrard, and the road back to the Premier League
Sep 4, 2018 • 37 min
We welcomed former Liverpool youngster and current Cardiff City defender Lee Peltier into the ECHO’s studio for our latest podcast. After a trip down Memory Lane with the show’s co-host Paul Gorst, Lee tells the tale of a brilliant career that at the age…
Liverpool’s midfield conundrum, the Alisson Becker issue and what now for Dejan Lovren?
Sep 3, 2018 • 48 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO triumvirate Kristian Walsh, Connor Dunn and Dan Kay to look back at the win over Leicester City, debate the merits of Alisson Becker’s footwork, salute Joe…
How Liverpool are helping Steven Gerrard make an impact at Rangers – and what it means for Brendan Rodgers and Celtic
Sep 1, 2018 • 24 min
With Liverpool sitting top of the Premier League with four wins from four, Reds supporters can now sit back, relax and watch an Old Firm derby between Celtic and Rangers that they have more than a vested interest in. Sunday’s showdown represents Liverpool…
Post-Game: Liverpool hold on at Leicester City to make it best start to a league season since 1990
Sep 1, 2018 • 33 min
They were far from at their brilliant best but, for the first time since 1990, Liverpool have made it four straight wins to start a league season. The 2-1 victory at Leicester City also ensured Jurgen Klopp’s side maintained their position at the top of…
Lowdown on trip to Leicester City as refreshed Liverpool look to make it four wins from four
Sep 1, 2018 • 30 min
Liverpool today take their 100% winning record to Leicester City where they will attempt to make it four wins from four and maintain their position at the top of the Premier League table. And we have the full lowdown on the King Power Stadium clash in our…
The truth about Liverpool’s Champions League draw - and the real test for Jurgen Klopp
Aug 31, 2018 • 44 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce and ECHO hack Kristian Walsh to discuss the Champions League draw, ponder a similarly tricky…
Why it’s a Champions League draw to savour and the one player Jurgen Klopp cannot rotate
Aug 30, 2018 • 50 min
Liverpool’s Champions League group stage opponents are the big talking points in the latest edition of the unmissable Allez Les Rouges podcast. Recorded straight after the Reds discovered they will go head to head with Paris St Germain, Napoli and Red…
The story behind Mohamed Salah’s bitter dispute with the Egyptian FA
Aug 30, 2018 • 19 min
Mohamed Salah could be crowned the UEFA Player of the Year at this evening’s Champions League group-stage draw. Should Salah see off Luka Modric and holder Cristiano Ronaldo to claim the crown, it would continue the Liverpool superstar’s remarkable…
The ‘perfect Klopp player’, Mourinho’s mood and why Liverpool’s boss is right to strike note of caution
Aug 29, 2018 • 40 min
Liverpool’s perfect start to the Premier League season has served only to increase the excitement and expectation surrounding Jurgen Klopp’s side. But is Reds boss Klopp right to strike a note of caution as he did after the win over Brighton & Hove Albion…
Why Gini Wijnaldum continues to amaze - and is it time to forgive Michael Owen?
Aug 28, 2018 • 43 min
After a Bank Holiday break, the Blood Red podcast is back. Joe Rimmer is joined by Paul Gorst, Kristian Walsh and James Pearce to dissect the victory over Brighton and discuss what’s next for Liverpool. The lads chat about Alisson’s heart-in-mouth moment…
The Liverpool fan from a family of Blues who will be out to knock Everton out of the EFL Cup
Aug 27, 2018 • 34 min
The special guest on our latest podcast is Rotherham United footballer Jon Taylor. Like so many people from Merseyside, Jon comes from a family featuring both Liverpool and Everton fans. But unlike his brother and cousin, the Huyton lad chose the Reds –…
Post-Game: Liverpool make it three wins from three to go top of the Premier League
Aug 25, 2018 • 30 min
Three games played, three wins, three clean sheets and nine points on board. Yes, Liverpool sit top of the table after they beat Brighton & Hove Albion 1-0 on Saturday evening to maintain their perfect start to the season. Mo Salah’s 29th goal in 29…
Liverpool look to maintain blistering start by adding to Brighton’s away day woes
Aug 25, 2018 • 35 min
With Liverpool unbeaten at Anfield in the Premier League since April 2017 and Brighton & Hove Albion having not picked up three points on their travels in nine months, surely the outcome of Saturday’s tea-time kick-off is a formality? That is the question…
The FSG takeover question, changing rotation and should Liverpool be on their guard over Sadio Mane?
Aug 24, 2018 • 36 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce along with ECHO duo Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst to discuss the form and possible fear regarding…
Expert casts his eye over Liverpool’s finances in wake of run to Champions League final
Aug 24, 2018 • 38 min
News broke today (August 24, 2018) that Liverpool have been the subject of a failed £2bn bid to buy the club, which would have been the most expensive takeover in the history of football. Our Liverpool FC correspondent James Pearce subsequently reported…
Poetry in Motion: Single most important signing Klopp has made and why we are now seeing a different Liverpool
Aug 23, 2018 • 40 min
Neil Fitzmaurice is back from sunny Prestatyn for his latest Poetry in Motion podcast and, joined by Paul Wheelock and regular sidekick Joe Rimmer, the trio assess Liverpool’s flying start to the season. Virgil van Dijk was the star of the show at…
Liverpool’s midfield surprise, problem for Lovren, and why van Dijk has changed everything
Aug 22, 2018 • 38 min
It’s been an ominously impressive start to the season for Liverpool – and to reflect on the wins over West Ham and Crystal Palace, and the big talking points from them, our View from the Kop podcast is back. Reds fans Paul Philbin and Neil Macdonald join…
Blood Red: A different Mohamed Salah and does Liverpool’s Alisson Becker merit the hype?
Aug 21, 2018 • 51 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO triumvirate Kristian Walsh, Joe Rimmer and Dan Kay to look back on the last few days of all things Anfield. The win at Crystal Palace is discussed at length,…
Post-Game: Looking back on Liverpool’s professional 2-0 win at Crystal Palace
Aug 20, 2018 • 27 min
Six points in the bag, six goals scored, and none conceded – Liverpool could not have made much more of an impressive start to the Premier League season. And in our latest Post-Game podcast we look back on the victory that ensured Jurgen Klopp’s exciting…
The inside track on Liverpool’s trip to Crystal Palace for the first Monday Night Football of the season
Aug 19, 2018 • 37 min
It’s been a long weekend without football for Liverpool supporters. But after seeing Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham continue their perfect starts, the Reds will also attempt to make it two wins from two at Crystal Palace in the first Monday Night…
The Liverpool v Manchester United rivalry with a twist
Aug 18, 2018 • 14 min
It’s been a summer of massive change for Liverpool FC Women… with a new name, a new manager, new staff and new players. And in our latest podcast we reflect on what has been a very busy pre-season and look ahead to the Reds’ opening game of the campaign…
Blood Red: The player Liverpool cannot do without, the truth about Crystal Palace and what’s happening with Sadio Mane?
Aug 17, 2018 • 49 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is finally reunited with full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce, along with ECHO duo Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst to discuss the last few days of…
Allez Les Rouges: Debating the defence, Roberto Firmino and what will be key to Liverpool winning the title
Aug 16, 2018 • 57 min
Peter Hooton is back with his excellent Allez Les Rouges podcast – and he’s invited a special guest along for the latest instalment. Alongside regulars Kieth Culvin, John Nicolson and Ste Monaghan is Accrington Stanley manager – and big Red – John…
What next for starlets who impressed in pre-season and why Liverpool is the club to go to for young players
Aug 15, 2018 • 21 min
It’s a big weekend for Liverpool FC’s academy with their U18s and U23s sides playing their first home matches of what is set to be another exciting season at Kirby. Neil Critchley’s U23s welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Anfield on Friday (7pm) before the…
Keita comparisons, Fekir ‘saga’, and why Jose Mourinho and Manchester City have a problem with Liverpool
Aug 14, 2018 • 34 min
Liverpool and football are back – and so are our Weekend Verdict podcasts. And our first guest of the new season is the Merseyside Football Reporter for The Telegraph, Chris Bascombe. Chris was at Anfield on Sunday to watch the Reds make an early…
Blood Red: Liverpool can get carried away about Naby Keita - and James Milner’s unexpected influence
Aug 13, 2018 • 42 min
The Premier League is back for another season - and Liverpool have hit the ground running. The Reds smashed West Ham United at Anfield, with Mohamed Salah opening the scoring, two goals from Sadio Mane and a strike from Daniel Sturridge doing the business…
Post-Game: Liverpool thrash West Ham to make perfect Premier League start
Aug 12, 2018 • 25 min
Well, as starts go, that was just about perfect. The 4-0 win over West Ham was Liverpool’s biggest opening day victory at Anfield since 1932 – so little wonder then that the mood is buoyant on our first Post-Game podcast of the new Premier League season.…
The inside story on Liverpool’s Premier League opener against West Ham United
Aug 11, 2018 • 26 min
The wait is nearly over – Liverpool kick-off their Premier League campaign at home to West Ham United on Sunday. And we’ve got a full preview of the Anfield clash in our latest podcast. The pod features our very own Liverpool FC correspondent James…
Blood Red: The Liverpool season predictions podcast - and Jurgen Klopp’s defensive dilemma for Premier League opener
Aug 10, 2018 • 35 min
Fresh from headlining the Liverpool’s ECHO’s successful first live Blood Red Q&A, James Pearce joins host Paul Gorst and Connor Dunn for the latest Blood Red podcast. The trio talk West Ham, the defensive crisis Jurgen Klopp has already, and just how…
Poetry in Motion: What Liverpool’s signings can bring and the Premier League predicted
Aug 10, 2018 • 48 min
Fresh from hosting the Liverpool ECHO’s successful first live Blood Red Q&A, Neil Fitzmaurice is back with a very special edition of his Poetry in Motion podcast. Joined by regular sidekicks Joe Rimmer and Dan Kay, the triumvirate kick-off another…
Why Liverpool are now acting like a big club – and the key to toppling Manchester City
Aug 8, 2018 • 37 min
The phoney war is over, the real stuff starts on Sunday, but before then there’s the little matter of transfer deadline day to get through. So to talk the last day of the window, and look back on pre-season and look ahead to the new campaign, Liverpool…
The real story of Liverpool chant Allez Allez Allez – and why the club are now buying into Reds fan culture
Aug 7, 2018 • 51 min
The story of Liverpool’s run to last season’s Champions League final is well told – but less so is the tale of the man whose song soundtracked the memorable march to Kiev. Jamie Webster’s brilliant version of Allez Allez Allez has taken the big Red and…
Blood Red: The big hurdle facing Alisson and Liverpool’s transfer deadline conundrum
Aug 6, 2018 • 37 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by Kristian Walsh, Paul Gorst and new ECHO recruit Theo Squires to discuss the win over Napoli, what we learned from Alisson Becker’s debut, more moaning from Jose…
The Liverpool signing who will be the Premier League’s surprise package - and how this squad compares to others
Aug 3, 2018 • 38 min
It’s a special edition of the Blood Red podcast as Ian Doyle is joined by Kristian Walsh, Paul Gorst and Joe Rimmer to answer your questions. The lads talk about which of Liverpool’s summer signings will take the Premier League by storm, as well as who…
Taking the Anfield experience Stateside and the feelgood factor in the Liverpool squad
Aug 2, 2018 • 46 min
In the latest Allez Les Rouges podcast, our host Peter Hooton is joined by regular John Nicolson… and two very special guests. Danny Nicolson, of the BOSS night, and Jamie Webster, whose brilliant version of Allez Allez Allez was the soundtrack to the run…
The great Liverpool auction - who should Jurgen Klopp sell and for how much?
Jul 30, 2018 • 59 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO duo Kristian Walsh and Paul Gorst to run the rule over Jurgen Klopp’s squad and decide where it could be pruned. Should Loris Karius be sold? Should Daniel…
Reviewing Liverpool’s trip to America and taking a look back at the 4-1 hammering of Manchester United
Jul 29, 2018 • 28 min
Christopher Beesley and Paul Gorst host a special edition of the Blood Red podcast. They speak to James Pearce in the US who reviews Liverpool’s pre-season tour of America. And the boys also take a look back at Liverpool’s impressive 4-1 win over…
Liverpool can’t play Naby Keita excitement down any longer - and Curtis Jones is a major prospect
Jul 27, 2018 • 49 min
It’s a special edition of the Poetry in Motion podcast as Neil Fitzmaurice (or is that Fitzmorris?) is joined by Joe Rimmer and special guest Natalie Evans. Natalie is the Daily Mirror’s US Digital Editor based in New York. She’s also a massive Liverpool…
Enough is enough for Loris Karius - and will we ever see Pulisic at Liverpool?
Jul 22, 2018 • 25 min
In the first of our special US tour podcasts, Joe Rimmer and Kristian Walsh are joined by James Pearce - LIVE from Charlotte, North Carolina - to dissect Liverpool’s 3-1 defeat to Borussia Dortmund. Our boys battle dodgy Wifi connections, the US weather…
The change in FSG and the one position Liverpool still need to strengthen
Jul 21, 2018 • 47 min
The signing of Alisson for a world record fee for a goalkeeper dominates the latest episode of the brilliant Allez Les Rouges podcast. Host Peter Hooton and his guests, Steph Jones, Ste Monaghan and John Nicolson, are all delighted that the Brazilian has…
Alisson, Liverpool’s back-to-front spine surgery and Daniel Sturridge sees the other side
Jul 20, 2018 • 47 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool correspondent Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO triumvirate Joe Rimmer, Kristian Walsh and Paul Gorst to assess a busy week at Anfield, not least the world record capture of Alisson from Roma and what…
Liverpool’s new striker poser, discussing the World Cup and the great season ticket debate
Jul 16, 2018 • 41 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool correspondent Ian Doyle finally returns from his holidays and is joined by ECHO regulars Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst along with brand new sports team member Connor Dunn to look back at the World…
Danny Ward deserves his chance - but Liverpool might still need to sign another goalkeeper
Jul 13, 2018 • 38 min
It’s time for another episode of the Blood Red podcast. And this week, Joe Rimmer is joined by Paul Gorst, Dan Kay and Liverpool FC reporter (both home and away) James Pearce to talk Xherdan Shaqiri, Bury and you guessed it, goalkeepers. Danny Ward is to…
What next for Liverpool and Loris Karius – and making sense of the transfer rumours
Jul 12, 2018 • 46 min
Neil Fitzmaurice is back with his latest Poetry in Motion podcast alongside the ECHO’s Joe Rimmer and Paul Wheelock – and the trio have a lot to talk about. England’s World Cup exit, Dejan Lovren’s eye-catching comments, Naby Keita, Fabinho and Daniel…
Is there still time for Daniel Sturridge to convince Jurgen Klopp to keep him at Liverpool?
Jul 9, 2018 • 43 min
Daniel Sturridge is the big talking point in the latest Blood Red podcast. Joe Rimmer is joined by James Pearce, Paul Gorst and Dan Kay to discuss Liverpool’s 7-0 thrashing of Chester, including Sturridge’s eye-catching performance. James gives us an…
The key Loris Karius question - and if Danny Ward is Liverpool’s answer
Jul 6, 2018 • 35 min
Six weeks on from the Champions League final and Loris Karius’ nightmare night is still on the lips of everybody - not least Jurgen Klopp. After the German boss’ latest comments, Blood Red host Kristian Walsh sits down with James Pearce and Paul Gorst to…
Sean Cox tribute, super-sub Firmino and the goalkeeper Liverpool should not sign
Jul 6, 2018 • 54 min
It was one of the most symbolic images of Liverpool’s thrilling run to the Champions League final – captain Jordan Henderson and the rest of the squad holding the banner dedicated to Sean Cox after the semi-final second leg in Rome. And in our latest…
Scouse footballer and Liverpool fan speaks out on his battle with depression
Jul 3, 2018 • 34 min
Kevin Ellison’s decision to speak out about his eight-year battle with depression…. … it’s a battle the boyhood Liverpool fan kept quiet from his family – and one that led him to leading a ‘double life’ and one that ultimately led to the breakdown of his…
What Salah’s new deal means for Liverpool, Buvac latest and pre-season plans
Jul 2, 2018 • 46 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, Joe Rimmer is joined by James Pearce, Kristian Walsh and Paul Gorst to discuss Mohamed Salah’s new five-year contract with Liverpool. James reveals the details behind Salah’s new deal as well as the Reds’ plans to get…
Hirving Lozano, Diego Godin and how the World Cup is impacting Liverpool’s transfer business
Jun 29, 2018 • 40 min
What players at the World Cup would you like to see Liverpool sign in the summer transfer window? That was the question taken on by Paul Gorst and Kristian Walsh in a Blood Red podcast special. With the transfer silly season well and truly underway in the…
Nabil Fekir, transfer deadline day and football reporting in the social media age
Jun 28, 2018 • 52 min
The days of waiting to pick up a copy of the ECHO to find out the latest Liverpool transfer news have long gone. The internet changed that and, for our latest Anfield+ podcast, hosted by Paul Wheelock and featuring Joe Rimmer, Sean Bradbury and ECHO old…
Does the Premier League realise how good Naby Keita is? Liverpool’s new signing discussed
Jun 27, 2018 • 47 min
Host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by regular sidekicks Joe Rimmer and Dan Kay for the latest episode of the unmissable Poetry in Motion podcast. With the World Cup in full swing, events in Russia feature heavily, including Liverpool captain Jordan…
How Liverpool’s attack will shape up next season - and if it is enough for a title challenge
Jun 26, 2018 • 29 min
The World Cup might be in full swing but movement has started within the corridors of Melwood. Host Kristian Walsh is joined by James Pearce and Paul Gorst as they focus on the potential incomings and outgoings of Liverpool’s forward line, with the…
Mo Salah, a new name in the goalkeeper search, and Liverpool’s relationship with the England national team
Jun 23, 2018 • 47 min
World Cup talk dominates the latest episode of the brilliant Allez Les Rouges podcast. Host Peter Hooton and regulars Kieth Culvin and John Nicolson discuss the Liverpool players currently representing their countries in Russia including Dejan Lovren,…
Alisson, Oblak, Fekir and Liverpool’s transfer questions answered
Jun 21, 2018 • 52 min
After three long weeks, James Pearce is back in action. And with him he brings plenty of transfer updates in a very special edition of the Blood Red podcast. James is joined by Joe Rimmer and Kristian Walsh to answer fan questions on Jan Oblak, Alisson…
Why Liverpool need to bite the bullet and spend big on a goalkeeper – and the Shaqiri no-brainer
Jun 14, 2018 • 48 min
Liverpool’s Premier League fixtures are out and the World Cup may be about to kick-off. But our latest episode of Poetry in Motion with Neil Fitzmaurice is mainly concerned with one thing – transfers. Yes, who the Reds will be facing in 2018-19, and…
What Liverpool want on the opening day - and what on earth’s that new away kit all about?
Jun 13, 2018 • 27 min
In a special Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO duo Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst to look ahead to the release of the fixtures for the new Premier League season, discuss the importance of the opening weekend and…
What went on with Liverpool and Nabil Fekir - and what happens now?
Jun 11, 2018 • 36 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO triumvirate Kristian Walsh, Paul Gorst and Dan Kay to debate just what went on with the Nabil Fekir transfer saga, what the Reds should do next, whether fans…
Nabil Fekir will herald all-time high at Liverpool - but there’s no pressure on the playmaker
Jun 8, 2018 • 45 min
Liverpool are set to confirm their £52.8million swoop for Nabil Fekir - but what does it mean for next season at Anfield? As the excitement over the French international reaches fever pitch, our boys take to the studio for the latest Blood Red podcast to…
The reason why Liverpool fans were upbeat after Champions League final defeat – and should Jurgen Klopp sign Jamie Vardy?
Jun 7, 2018 • 46 min
You’ll have all seen it by now – the reaction on social media from rival supporters to Liverpool’s Champions League final defeat. But, in our latest Allez Les Rouges podcast, host Peter Hooton and regulars Kieth Culvin, Steve Monaghan, and John and Danny…
Nabil Fekir, debating Roberto Firmino and Liverpool’s worst-ever signings
Jun 4, 2018 • 38 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO duo Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to ponder Brazil’s visit to Anfield to take on Croatia, the reception for Philippe Coutinho and the latest on Nabil Fekir.…
Liverpool’s transfer merry-go-round and would Jurgen Klopp really pay £60m for a goalkeeper?
Jun 1, 2018 • 35 min
Regular Blood Red podcast host Ian Doyle is back from his travels to Kiev and is joined by ECHO duo Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to assess a lively few days of all things Anfield. Top of the agenda is the goalkeeping situation following what happened to…
Where Liverpool have the edge when it comes to transfers – and who should be on Jurgen Klopp’s wishlist
May 31, 2018 • 43 min
In the latest episode of Poetry in Motion, host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by Dan Kay and the returning Joe Rimmer. Karius, Ramos, mixed emotions and memories that will last a lifetime… it goes without saying that the Champions League final gets a big…
Champions League regrets, Loris Karius criticism and the Sergio Ramos question
May 28, 2018 • 46 min
The latest Blood Red podcast is in. And it’s an episode laced with regret. Joe Rimmer sits down with Kristian Walsh and Dan Kay to decipher what went wrong in the Champions League final against Real Madrid. Dan believes there are plenty of reasons to be…
Why Zinedine Zidane is wrong and the special bonds that can lead Liverpool to Champions League glory
May 25, 2018 • 43 min
Host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent James Pearce and their former colleague Neil Jones – now of Goal – for a special Blood Red podcast recorded in the NSC Olimpiyskiy, the venue for Saturday’s Champions…
Champions League final chances, Real Madrid’s darks arts, and the story of Allez Allez Allez
May 24, 2018 • 49 min
Two days. Just two days until Liverpool contest their eighth European Cup final. And what better way to get in the mood for the massive match with Real Madrid by listening to our latest Allez Les Rouges podcast? Our host Peter Hooton is joined by Kieth…
Jurgen Klopp, his special Liverpool mission and why Real Madrid have everything to lose
May 22, 2018 • 32 min
Regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent – both home and away – James Pearce and ECHO sportsdesk colleague Kristian Walsh for the first of this week’s pre-Champions League final Blood Red podcasts. Ian…
Why Luis Suarez return makes sense - and how Virgil van Dijk has transformed Liverpool
May 17, 2018 • 44 min
In the latest episode of Poetry in Motion, host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by the returning Dan Kay and by Paul Wheelock. The trio talk the perfect send off to Kiev that was the win over Brighton – and why Liverpool’s performance on the last day of the…
Blood Red podcast special - WWE Superstar Sheamus on CL final, Cristiano Ronaldo & Vince McMahon
May 16, 2018 • 45 min
In a Blood Red podcast special, WWE superstar Sheamus joined the ECHO’s tag-team of Paul Gorst and Joe Rimmer to speak about his love of Liverpool FC. The Irishman, from Dublin, grew up a massive Liverpool fan and can’t wait to watch the Reds take on Real…
Liverpool’s Champions League bonus, missing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and a warning to Rhian Brewster
May 14, 2018 • 27 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce and ECHO duo Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to look back at an impressive win over Brighton…
The importance of unorthodox Sadio Mane and Liverpool’s final fling
May 11, 2018 • 36 min
Finally we make it down to the end of the yellow brick road for the final game of Liverpool’s Premier League season. And it’s not quite done yet for Jurgen Klopp and his players. At least Chelsea’s surprise midweek draw at home to Huddersfield Town has…
Champions League final rip off - and how the Anfield atmosphere has improved
May 11, 2018 • 46 min
In the latest Allez Les Rouges podcast, our host Peter Hooton is joined by regulars Kieth Culvin and John Nicolson, as well as fellow season ticket holder, Joe Blott. The lads reflect on the trip to Rome – both the bad and the very, very good – and how…
Chelsea ‘overreaction’ - and what Klopp can do in the transfer market to prevent a repeat
May 7, 2018 • 39 min
It has been a miserable Bank Holiday Monday for many Liverpool fans. Beaten at Chelsea by Olivier Giroud’s first-half goal, the Reds now face a nervy last day showdown with Brighton at Anfield for a place in next season’s Champions League. But are fans…
Is Jurgen Klopp underrated? He is Liverpool’s unifying force
May 4, 2018 • 46 min
In the latest episode of Poetry in Motion, host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by first-team regular Joe Rimmer and debutant Paul Wheelock. The lads talk the dramatic night in Rome that saw Liverpool qualify for the Champions League final with particular…
Why Real Madrid hold no fear for Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool in Champions League final
May 3, 2018 • 23 min
In a special Blood Red podcast, recorded at 5am GMT at Rome Airport, our regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by our Liverpool correspondent – both home and away – James Pearce and ECHO old boy Neil Jones to reflect on an unforgettable…
Liverpool’s Zeljko Buvac conundrum and the real Champions League question in Rome
Apr 30, 2018 • 40 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO triumvirate Kristian Walsh, Joe Rimmer and Dan Kay to ponder the shock developments regarding the Reds’ coaching staff, briefly discuss the Stoke City…
Allez les Rouges - Why Stoke is every bit as important as Roma
Apr 27, 2018 • 50 min
In the latest Allez Les Rouges podcast, our host Peter Hooton is joined by regulars Kieth Culvin, John Nicolson and Ste Monaghan, plus special guest, Accrington Stanley manager John Coleman. Coleman’s miraculous achievements at Accrington this season are…
Mohamed Salah the world’s best on Jurgen Klopp’s greatest night as Liverpool manager
Apr 25, 2018 • 36 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO triumvirate Kristian Walsh, Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst to look back on a remarkable Champions League semi-final first leg at Anfield, discuss just how good…
Liverpool’s Champions League destiny, saluting Mohamed Salah and the European ticket debate
Apr 23, 2018 • 36 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce and special guest Tony Barrett, Liverpool’s head of club and supporter liaison, to look ahead…
Liverpool’s drop off in quality & why opposition fans won’t rate Firmino
Apr 20, 2018 • 37 min
The Blood Red podcast is back - but this time without veteran/seasoned/evergreen reporter Ian Doyle. Instead, it’s Joe Rimmer who takes the hosting duties. He is joined by full-time Liverpool reporter (both home and away) James Pearce as well as the…
How Jurgen Klopp transformed Liverpool’s defence and why fans should expect trophies..
Apr 19, 2018 • 43 min
In the latest episode of Poetry in Motion, host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by the returning Joe Rimmer and by Dan Kay, who keeps his place after an excellent debut display two weeks ago. The lads discuss how Jurgen Klopp has transformed Liverpool’s…
The key change in Mo Salah which means Liverpool have nothing to fear this summer
Apr 16, 2018 • 43 min
Host Kristian Walsh is joined by our full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce and ECHO Trends Writer Paul Gorst to look back at a successful few days for the Reds. The podcast examines Saturday’s 3-0 win over Bournemouth, the…
Allez les Rouges – Creating new European history and are Liverpool a better team without Coutinho?
Apr 13, 2018 • 47 min
In the latest Allez Les Rouges podcast, our host Peter Hooton is joined by John Nicholson and Kieth Culvin to reflect on a magical night at the Etihad (broken-down coaches, lost voices and all), to hail Trent Alexander-Arnold, and to question whether the…
Fortune favours Liverpool’s bravery as Champions League immortality edges nearer
Apr 11, 2018 • 47 min
Regular host and Liverpool reporter Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool correspondent - both home and away - James Pearce and ECHO sports audience editor Kristian Walsh to look back at a remarkable, tense night at Manchester City, how the Reds…
The problem Liverpool face ahead of ‘era-defining’ Man City clash
Apr 9, 2018 • 47 min
Kristian Walsh takes hosting duties and is joined by ECHO journalists Paul Gorst and Day Kay to discuss the culmination of a vital week at Anfield. After Saturday’s goalless - but injury free - Merseyside derby, it’s all thoughts to the Etihad. The lads…
Oxlade-Chamberlain the mythbuster and solving the midfield crisis
Apr 6, 2018 • 53 min
The celebrations after Man City continue… but what awaits Liverpool in the next week? Poetry in Motion host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by Kristian Walsh and Dan Kay to wax lyrical over the Anfield atmosphere, as well as a few key performers. But thoughts…
How Liverpool humbled Man City and where it ranks in the list of great Anfield nights
Apr 5, 2018 • 64 min
Regular host Ian Doyle is joined by James Pearce and Kristian Walsh to dissect an incredible performance - and evening - at Anfield. The lads discuss every major talking point, both inside and outside the stadium. From the controversial bus welcome, to…
Jurgen Klopp, Pep Guardiola and Liverpool’s big Champions League question
Apr 2, 2018 • 53 min
Regular podcast host and seasoned Champions League campaigner Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO journalists Kristian Walsh, Joe Rimmer and Dan Kay to ponder the hard-earned win over Crystal Palace, discuss what’s next for Adam Lallana, debate the improvement of…
Timo Werner and why Liverpool are no longer settling for second best
Mar 27, 2018 • 36 min
Regular podcast host and seasoned campaigner Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO triumvirate Kristian Walsh, Joe Rimmer and Dan Kay to ponder the international break, links with Timo Werner, the Thomas Lemar situation, what to do with Emre Can, a possible return…
Allez Les Rouges from Dublin
Mar 26, 2018 • 48 min
A special Allez les Rouges podcast from Dublin talking about fan culture with the guests and Liverpool’s upcoming matches against Crystal Palace and Manchester City. Joining Peter Hooton are Danny Nicholson (Boss Mag) and Ed Fitzsimmons a Dublin-based…
Two Tribes: Tony Evans on the incredible 85/86 season which saw a city on the brink
Mar 23, 2018 • 26 min
Tony Evans, Dave Prentice and James Pearce recall the tumultuous 1985/86 season when Liverpool and Everton battled for supremacy on the pitch - and off it the city battled against the full impact of Thatcher’s policies. For information regarding your data…
Signing for Liverpool, working with Roy Evans and winning the ISL trophy - Tony Warner’s story
Mar 22, 2018 • 36 min
Former Liverpool goalkeeper Tony Warner sits down with James Pearce to talk about his long football career. Warner has just returned to the UK having won the Indian Super League as part of former Aston Villa manager John Gregory’s backroom staff. The…
Mohamed Salah’s pause of a genius and talking about the Anfield atmosphere
Mar 19, 2018 • 41 min
Experienced and versatile sports journalist Ian Doyle, the regular Blood Red podcast host, is joined by ECHO hacks Joe Rimmer and Dan Kay to look back on a Mohamed Salah masterclass, ponder just where he sits in the Anfield pantheon, say some nice things…
How Liverpool can beat Manchester City in the Champions League
Mar 16, 2018 • 33 min
Experienced football journalist and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalist Kristian Walsh to ponder the Champions League quarter-final draw nobody really wanted, how the tie will pan out and look ahead to the Premier…
Old Trafford regrets, Champions League dreams and another Leipzig raid?
Mar 14, 2018 • 47 min
In the latest Poetry in Motion podcast, Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by Joe Rimmer and, for the last time perhaps, Neil Jones to reflect on Liverpool’s disappointing showing at Old Trafford. Were nerves behind the Reds’ poor display? Joe thinks so. The lads…
Liverpool can learn from Manchester United, defending Dejan Lovren and the referee question
Mar 13, 2018 • 38 min
Seen-it-all-before regular host Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool reporter - both home and away - James Pearce and ECHO reporters Kristian Walsh and Paul Gorst to look back at the defeat at Manchester United, consider where it leaves Jurgen…
Vegard Heggem discusses his journey to Anfield, Houllier/Evans and early retirement
Mar 11, 2018 • 31 min
It was a Liverpool career cruelly cut short by injury. But Vegard Heggem is able to appreciate what he did achieve rather than dwell on what might have been. Nearly 15 years after he was forced to retire at the age of 27, the former Norway right-back’s…
Why Jurgen Klopp’s now showing his worth at Liverpool - and should we feel sorry for Manchester United fans?
Mar 8, 2018 • 49 min
The never-older regular host Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO reporters Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst to look back at the goalless draw with Porto, discuss Liverpool’s chances of Champions League glory, discuss how Jurgen Klopp is firmly…
Smells like team spirit at Liverpool, Karius saving his career and Klopp’s European conundrum
Mar 5, 2018 • 45 min
Regular host and long-time football journalist Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool reporter - both home and away - James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO scribe Neil Jones to look back at a routine win over Newcastle United, ponder the…
Blood Red - Rafa’s return, life without Coutinho and Reds on cusp of something special
Mar 2, 2018 • 39 min
Your regular fix of all things Liverpool from the Liverpool ECHO with host **Andy Kelly** joined by **James Pearce** and **Paul Gorst**. The panel look ahead to the return of Rafa Benitez to Anfield with his Newcastle team and look at whether setting his…
Liverpool and the burnt finger problem, Manchester United message and filthy Trent Alexander-Arnold
Feb 26, 2018 • 44 min
Regular host and long-time journalist Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO scribes Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to look back on the weekend win over West Ham United, discuss Liverpool’s top-four challenge, welcome back Nathaniel Clyne,…
Allez les Rouges - Van Dijk the general and Robertson the new Joey Jones
Feb 23, 2018 • 45 min
In the latest Allez Les Rouges podcast, our host Farm frontman **Peter Hooton** is joined by King of the Kop **Ste ‘Mono’ Monagahan**, Kop stalwart **John Nicolson** and La Manga golf professional **Mark Hook** to discuss that unbelievable victory in…
Making Moyes pay, catching Manchester United and appreciating Gerrard’s young stars
Feb 23, 2018 • 41 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, host Neil Jones is joined by James Pearce, Andy Kelly and Paul Gorst to look ahead to Liverpool’s weekend clash with West Ham, reflect on a job well done for Steven Gerrard’s U19s in the UEFA Youth League and ponder the…
The man who sold Liverpool - 90 minutes with Sir Martin Broughton
Feb 22, 2018 • 89 min
In April 2017, Andy Kelly and Neil Jones met former Liverpool chairman Sir Martin Broughton to talk about his time at Anfield. In a 90 minute interview, Broughton reveals: * RBS would have been prepared to put Liverpool FC in administration rather than…
The Christian Purslow special - Hicks and Gillett, Rafa and me, and what I really think of FSG
Feb 21, 2018 • 54 min
In an exclusive, 50-minute podcast, former Liverpool managing director Christian Purslow speaks to Andy Kelly and Neil Jones about his time at Anfield. He discusses the damaging reign of Tom Hicks and George Gillett, the eventual sale of the club to…
Sadio Mane’s Liverpool revival, the Virgil van Dijk effect and saving Loris Karius
Feb 19, 2018 • 37 min
Regular host and Champions League veteran Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool reporter - both home and away - James Pearce and hard-working LFC editor Andy Kelly to assess the form of Sadio Mane, the impact of Mohamed Salah, the claims of Loris…
A Champions League statement, the Firmino appreciation society and welcome back Sadio
Feb 15, 2018 • 43 min
In the latest episode of Poetry in Motion, host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by Joe Rimmer and Neil Jones to look back on a perfect European awayday for Liverpool, as they thrash Porto 5-0. The lads reflect on a Sadio Mane treble, another Roberto Firmino…
Blood Red - Van Dijk’s plus one up for grabs and going deep in Europe
Feb 12, 2018 • 44 min
The latest Blood Red podcast from the Liverpool ECHO discusses the key points from their victory over Southampton and ahead to the Champions League tie against Porto. Host Neil Jones is joined by James Pearce, Andy Kelly and Joe Rimmer as they look at the…
Playing Southampton is like facing Everton and the great goalkeeper debate
Feb 10, 2018 • 48 min
Our host Peter Hooton is Kop stalwarts John Nicolson, Ste ‘Mono’ Monagahan and Kieth Culvin to discuss referee controversy against Tottenham, why taking on Southampton is like facing Everton, looking ahead to Porto and discussing Klopp’s goalkeeping…
Why Liverpool stepped away from Thomas Lemar and can the Liverpool Saints go marching in again?
Feb 9, 2018 • 40 min
Host **Andy Kelly** is joined for the latest Blood Red podcast from the Liverpool ECHO by **James Pearce, Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst**. James speaks about the latest transfer news with the Reds not expected to continue with a move for Monaco’s **Thomas…
Defending Liverpool’s defence, worrying about Mohamed Salah and was Jon Moss actually right?
Feb 5, 2018 • 50 min
Resident Tottenham Hotspur critic Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool reporter - both home and away - James Pearce and ECHO writer Neil Jones to pick apart just what happened in the closing moments at Anfield on Sunday, debate whether Jon Moss and…
Liverpool’s transfer philosophy, putting pressure on Naby Keita and why Christian Pulisic could hold the key
Feb 1, 2018 • 47 min
In the latest episode of Poetry in Motion, host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by the ever present Joe Rimmer and, with Neil Jones sensationally dropped, deadline day signing Kristian Walsh. The lads discuss Liverpool’s victory over Huddersfield, the problem…
Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk poser, Mohamed Salah penalty concern and following Roberto Firmino’s teeth
Jan 31, 2018 • 52 min
Regular host and transfer deadline day veteran Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter - both home and away - James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalist Neil Jones to look back at the win over Huddersfield Town, contemplate the return of…
Blood Red Steve McManaman special - Huddersfield worries me more than Spurs
Jan 29, 2018 • 16 min
Liverpool legend **Steve McManaman** joins host **Andy Kelly** from the Liverpool ECHO for a mini-edition of Blood Red to look ahead to a huge week for LFC with a trip to Huddersfield on Tuesday and a clash with Spurs at Anfield on Sunday. Steve also…
Liverpool’s transfer gamble, Jurgen Klopp’s FA Cup problem and the Daniel Sturridge question
Jan 26, 2018 • 43 min
Huge FA Cup fan and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool reporter - both home and away - James Pearce and ECHO reporters Neil Jones and Joe Rimmer to discuss the transfer window, the big FA Cup tie, the curious case of Lazar Markovic…
10 years of Spirit of Shankly and the great Anfield ticket debate
Jan 26, 2018 • 58 min
Host Peter Hooton is joined by Anfield regulars Kieth Culvin and John Nicolson to reflect on a bad night at the office at Swansea, and what it says about the weaknesses in this Liverpool team. Why are they able to raise themselves for the big occasions,…
Unexpected nightmares in Swansea, an FA Cup warning and how Klopp can beat the traffic
Jan 23, 2018 • 35 min
In the latest episode of the Blood Red podcast, host Neil Jones is joined by James Pearce and Andy Kelly to reflect on the end of Liverpool’s long unbeaten run, their shoddy showing in Swansea and what it means for their top four prospects. They talk…
Firmino the 100% Liverpool big cheese, Goretzka groan and Klopp’s Karius mistake
Jan 19, 2018 • 56 min
Regular host Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO scribes Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh to laud Liverpool’s remaining Brazilian forward, ponder the futures of Daniel Sturridge, Marko Grujic and Ben Woodburn, discuss what might happen in the last weeks of the…
Klopp’s team-building, fabulous Firmino and why Pulisic fits the bill this summer
Jan 17, 2018 • 48 min
In the latest episode of Poetry in Motion, host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by his ‘Firmino and Robertson’ in Neil Jones and Joe Rimmer, to reflect on all things Liverpool. In an upbeat edition, the lads reflect on the Reds’ breathtaking win over…
Reflections on a modern Liverpool classic, the Andy Robertson poser and the end for Mignolet?
Jan 15, 2018 • 47 min
Regular host and seasoned hack Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter - both home and away - James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalist Neil Jones to pick the bones out of a remarkable win over Manchester City, contemplate Andy Robertson,…
Blood Red - where do Liverpool stand in this transfer window now?
Jan 12, 2018 • 39 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast from the Liverpool ECHO, **James Pearce, Andy Kelly and Paul Gorst** assess the Coutinho deal a week on and look at where and when potential replacements may arrive. The Naby Keita and Thomas Lemar deals are discussed in…
Allez Les Rouges - Van Dijk as the new Hyypia and RIP Tommy Lawrence
Jan 12, 2018 • 58 min
Our host Peter Hooton is joined by Accrington Stanley manager John Coleman and Kop stalwarts John Nicolson, Ste ‘Mono’ Monagahan and Kieth Culvin to look back on a very busy start to the New Year for Liverpool with van Dijk’s arrival, Coutinho’s departure…
Farewell Philippe Coutinho - but what do Liverpool do now?
Jan 6, 2018 • 16 min
Regular host Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce and ECHO journalist Neil Jones to discuss the news Philippe Coutinho is bound for Barcelona in a £142million deal - and debate the impact on the Reds’ squad, Jurgen Klopp, Fenway Sports…
The Virgil van Dijk effect, derby lessons and how Liverpool can now change
Jan 6, 2018 • 40 min
Regular host and ECHO journalist Ian Doyle is joined by colleagues Neil Jones and Paul Gorst to look back on a remarkable FA Cup derby, consider the immediate impact of Virgil van Dijk, extol the virtues of Andy Robertson and discuss the importance of…
Accepting the inevitable with Coutinho, but getting VERY excited about Van Dijk
Jan 4, 2018 • 51 min
In the first Poetry in Motion of 2018, host Neil Fitzmaurice is reunited with his deadly duo Joe Rimmer and Neil Jones to reflect on a positive Christmas for Liverpool on the field, the latest batch of Philippe Coutinho exit rumours and the excitement of…
The Philippe Coutinho question and why Liverpool are now acting like a big club
Jan 2, 2018 • 55 min
Enthusiastic journalist and regular host Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter - both home and away - James Pearce and ECHO scribes Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh to assess the ongoing Philippe Coutinho situation, look back at a good weekend for Jurgen…
Who makes way for Van Dijk, how does Klopp manage his resources and a message to UEFA from Rhian
Dec 29, 2017 • 45 min
Host Neil Jones is joined by James Pearce and Andy Kelly to preview Liverpool’s games with Leicester and Burnley. Can the Reds end 2017 on a high and begin 2018 in a similar vein? They also reflect on the deal for Virgil Van Dijk, and ponder what it means…
Virgil van Dijk - why Liverpool have done more than sign a new centre-back
Dec 27, 2017 • 33 min
Seasoned ECHO journalist Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce and LFC editor Andy Kelly to discuss the £75million signing of Virgil van Dijk, how it was done and what it means for both Jurgen Klopp, Fenway Sports Group… and Philippe…
Blood Red - Making sense of Arsenal and the big decision awaiting Klopp
Dec 23, 2017 • 38 min
The Liverpool ECHO’s James Pearce, Kristian Walsh and Paul Gorst join host Andy Kelly to look back on Liverpool’s frankly astonishing 3-3 draw at the Emirates and discuss what now for Jurgen Klopp and his goalkeepers For information regarding your data…
Blood Red - The Mane dilemma, ‘dead sound’ Oxlade-Chamberlain and what James Pearce wants for Christmas
Dec 21, 2017 • 43 min
The Liverpool ECHO team of James Pearce, Andy Kelly and Kristian Walsh join host Neil Jones to look ahead to Liverpool FC’s trip to Arsenal For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Blood Red - Coutinho’s farewell tour and where will it all end for Mo Salah?
Dec 18, 2017 • 53 min
The Liverpool ECHO’s James Pearce, Andy Kelly and Kristian Walsh look back on Liverpool’s 4-0 win over Bournemouth but can’t help letting their minds drift to the future For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Blood Red - The midfield muddle, rotation and how players can cope with nervy Anfield
Dec 15, 2017 • 50 min
Olympic gold medal winner and huge Liverpool fan Sam Quek joins LFC editor Andy Kelly and writer Kristian Walsh to look back on the WBA game. Sam discusses how rotation affects an elite athlete and how players can learn to cope with a nervous crowd at…
Allez Les Rouges in NYC
Dec 14, 2017 • 51 min
Our regular host The Farm frontman Peter Hooton travels to New York City to watch the Merseyside derby and the WBA game. Meet members of the Official New York Liverpool Supporters Club at their base in the 11th Street Bar before Peter travels up to…
Anfield Extra - Disgraceful derby decisions, and not just from the referee!
Dec 12, 2017 • 37 min
In the final Poetry in Motion podcast of 2017 (boo hoo!), host Neil Fitzmaurice is reunited with his ‘Christmas elves’ Neil Jones and Joe Rimmer to reflect on the Merseyside derby. Fitzy gives his take on the penalty, and on Klopp’s team selection. The…
Merseyside derby madness, Klopp’s selection nightmare and why Porto draw is ideal
Dec 11, 2017 • 30 min
In the latest Blood Red podcast, host Neil Jones is joined by James Pearce and Joe Rimmer to reflect on a disappointing Merseyside derby at Anfield. They discuss THAT penalty decision, Dejan Lovren’s naivety, Joe Gomez’s excellence and Sam Allardyce’s…
Blood Red - Jan Molby special on Spartak romp, Champions League hopes and the Merseyside derby
Dec 8, 2017 • 45 min
Liverpool FC legend Jan Molby joins the ECHO’s James Pearce and Andy Kelly to look back on the Reds’ 7-0 destruction of Spartak Moscow, look ahead to the Champions league draw and preview the Merseyside derby, as Jan remembers his first clash with the…
Anfield Extra - Irresistible Liverpool, Gomez the future and why derby confidence is justified
Dec 7, 2017 • 57 min
In the latest episode of Poetry in Motion, host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh to look back on a brilliant win over Spartak Moscow. The lads discuss Joe Gomez, Emre Can, Jordan Henderson - and look ahead to Sunday’s Merseyside…
Wijnaldum moving backwards, Robertson exile ended and why Liverpool must avoid ‘Ding Dong’ in Europe
Dec 4, 2017 • 46 min
Five goals, three points, one centre back. Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool machine keeps rolling on - and not even illness can stop them right now. There were plenty of talking points from the Amex Stadium, not least the team-sheet. Emre Can and Gini Wijnaldum…
Liverpool get away with it, underrated Mo Salah and overrated Joel Matip
Nov 30, 2017 • 52 min
Experienced football operative Ian Doyle is joined by equally experienced Liverpool reporter James Pearce, similarly experienced LFC editor Andy Kelly and not quite as experienced ECHO reporter Kristian Walsh to debate a chilly win at Stoke City, a…
Idealistic Jurgen Klopp, changing Liverpool’s substitutions and defending Jordan Henderson’s statistics
Nov 27, 2017 • 45 min
Fortysomething football scribe Ian Doyle is joined by the even older LFC editor Andy Kelly and significantly younger ECHO scribe Paul Gorst to look back at the draw with Chelsea, contemplate rotation and ponder a Wednesday night in Stoke. For information…
The Moreno conundrum, Henderson discussed and why Chelsea visit is perfect for Saturday night
Nov 24, 2017 • 34 min
Host Andy Kelly is joined by James Pearce and Paul Gorst as they look ahead to the Reds’ visit from Chelsea For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Allez Les Rouges - Liverpool’s hunt for leaders after Sevilla and why Moreno can’t take all the blame
Nov 24, 2017 • 44 min
We start at HT in Sevilla with host Peter Hooton and guest Keith Culvin discussing that first half before we hear the incredible noise which greeted Sevilla’s equaliser. There’s anger at the FT whistle before the panel reconvene to analyse the game with…
The Sevilla surrender, fighting too many fires and why this Liverpool will never win any trophies
Nov 22, 2017 • 39 min
In a Champions League special, veteran wordsmith Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO reporters Neil Jones and Joe Rimmer to look back at the dramatic draw in Spain and what it all means. For information regarding your data privacy, visit…
Anfield Extra - Will Chelsea be the next victims of Mo-vember at Anfield?
Nov 21, 2017 • 46 min
In the latest episode of Poetry in Motion, Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by regulars Joe Rimmer and Neil Jones to look back on a nice, routine, Salah-inspired win over Virgil Van Dijk (and Southampton) and to look ahead to big games at home and abroad in the…
Liverpool maturing, strange Roberto Firmino and what to do with Loris Karius?
Nov 20, 2017 • 42 min
Seasoned football writer Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly, ECHO journalist Joe Rimmer and, live from Spain, full-time Liverpool reporter - both home and away - James Pearce to look back at Southampton and ahead to the Champions League clash at…
Liverpool and the Class D set, pondering Joe Gomez and what now for Jordan Henderson?
Nov 17, 2017 • 42 min
Long-time football writer Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool reporter both home and away James Pearce and LFC editor Andy Kelly to look back at the international break, discuss Jurgen Klopp’s press conference and preview the weekend game against…
Liverpool’s yin and yang, the Adam Lallana problem and should we love Michael Owen?
Nov 14, 2017 • 61 min
Long-time football writer Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalists Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to discuss the international break, Nathaniel Clyne’s injury setback, Jurgen Klopp’s rotation issue and a strangely (to Kristian)…
Welcoming back Lallana, freezing out Can and just where is Clyne?
Nov 11, 2017 • 47 min
A two-man team for this one, as Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh answer YOUR questions on all things Liverpool. They ponder the Reds’ midfield setup - is a Henderson-Coutinho-Lallana trio too attacking, for example? They also debate the January transfer…
Allez Les Rouges - The radical solutions that can revive Anfield
Nov 10, 2017 • 48 min
Regular host Peter Hooton welcomes guest Brian Reade, Ste ‘Mono’ Monaghan and John Nicolson for a wide-ranging discussion on Liverpool on the pitch, the season so far and the radical solutions that can help revive Anfield For information regarding your…
Anfield Extra - Inside Jurgen Klopp’s inner circle with Raphael Honigstein
Nov 7, 2017 • 37 min
There’s a new book out shortly, all about Jurgen Klopp. Written by esteemed German journalist Raphael Honigstein – he of BT Sport, Der Spiegel, ESPN and Sky Germany fame – Klopp: Bring the Noise, gains exclusive access to Klopp’s inner circle to tell the…
Ugly Liverpool sitting pretty, Mohamed Salah the unsung and a different Jurgen Klopp
Nov 6, 2017 • 52 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalist Neil Jones look back on the weekend win at West Ham United, discuss the impact of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and debate Gini Wijnaldum and Jordan Henderson. Also includes a tremendous Joe Hart…
Liverpool’s curious Champions League problem, worrying about Joel Matip and the trouble with Roy Keane
Nov 2, 2017 • 56 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce and LFC editor Andy Kelly to look back on a solid Champions League night, ponder the virtues of Alberto Moreno, discuss Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and preview the Premier League trip to West Ham United.…
Anfield Extra - The Lovren question, bringing the joy back and Maribor rotation
Oct 31, 2017 • 40 min
In the latest episode of Poetry in Motion, host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by his deadly duo Neil Jones and Joe Rimmer to look back on the nice, comfortable win over Huddersfield, ahead to the games with Maribor and West Ham, and ponder what the future…
Back in the routine, creative concerns and is this the time for the Ox?
Oct 30, 2017 • 45 min
Host Neil Jones is joined by Joe Rimmer and Kristian Walsh to reflect on Liverpool’s 3-0 win over Huddersfield, look ahead to their Champions League game with Maribor. The lads discuss penalties, the Reds’ midfield and backline, and look back on a…
Will Klopp back his under-performing players once again?
Oct 27, 2017 • 35 min
Host Andy Kelly is joined by LFC reporter James Pearce and Reds’ home and away fan Paul Philbin to look ahead to the clash with Huddersfield as they ponder whether Jurgen Klopp should wield the axe after such a poor display at Wembley For information…
Allez Les Rouges - What now after woeful Wembley?
Oct 27, 2017 • 54 min
Farm frontman Peter Hooton is joined by guests Kieth Culvin, Steph Jones and John Nicolson to discuss the key failures at Liverpool FC and how they can recover from their defeat against Spurs For information regarding your data privacy, visit…
Anfield Extra - The Big Interview with Kevin Nolan; Liverpool, Bolton, Allardyce and the truth about El-Hadji Diouf
Oct 25, 2017 • 57 min
In a special, hour-long interview, the Notts County manager speaks to Neil Jones about his career in football, his upbringing in Liverpool, his release from the Reds at 14 and the day he silenced Anfield with Bolton - and then celebrated with a pint in…
What’s going wrong at Liverpool… and what next for Jurgen Klopp?
Oct 23, 2017 • 54 min
Another trip to Wembley, another defeat for Jurgen Klopp. But unlike the brave defeats to Bayern Munich and Manchester City, this was much, much worse. A 4-1 defeat, an all-time bad defensive display, and fresh questions raised over what happens now at…
Paul Dalglish - Walking in giant footsteps
Oct 20, 2017 • 50 min
Paul Dalglish talks to James Pearce and Andy Kelly about growing up as Liverpool legend Kenny’s son, his own football journey, coaching in North America and his dreams of coming back to Anfield For information regarding your data privacy, visit…
Anfield Extra - Shut up Mourinho, magnificent Milner and the record-breaking Reds
Oct 18, 2017 • 65 min
On the latest episode, Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by Neil Jones and Poetry in Motion debutant Andy Kelly to reflect on the draw with Manchester United - and Mourinho’s moans - as well as the thumping Champions League win over Maribor. The lads also look…
The problem for Mohamed Salah, giving Oxlade-Chamberlain a chance and Klopp offering out the Main Stand
Oct 12, 2017 • 36 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalist Kristian Walsh to discuss life without Sadio Mane, look ahead to Manchester United and ponder what role the fans have to play. Includes the latest of…
Allez Les Rouges - Jose Mourinho + that Spirit of Shankly pic
Oct 7, 2017 • 57 min
Peter Hooton and guests look back at Liverpool’s trips to Moscow and Newcastle with the full story on the meeting with the Man United manager For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp - the good, the bad and the what happens next
Oct 6, 2017 • 57 min
In a special Blood Red podcast, Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalist Paul Gorst to look back on Jurgen Klopp’s first two years in charge at Anfield, discuss his successes and failures, respond…
Anfield Extra - Jim Beglin on Sturridge, defensive woes and beating Mourinho’s ugly bus
Oct 5, 2017 • 51 min
On the latest Liverpool Review podcast, former Anfield favourite Jim Beglin joined James Pearce and Neil Jones to talk about the Reds’ defensive struggles, his thoughts on Jurgen Klopp, Daniel Sturridge, Alberto Moreno and more. The lads also look ahead…
Anfield Extra - Keeping the faith, fearing for Sturridge and asking for a Christmas favour from Sky
Oct 3, 2017 • 58 min
It’s Groundhog Day in the latest Poetry in Motion podcast as Neil Fitzmaurice, Neil Jones and Joe Rimmer discuss all things Red. That includes dissecting the latest setback at Newcastle, previewing the forthcoming blockbuster with Manchester United and…
The Liverpool virus, gegenpressing disappears and is Klopp losing it?
Oct 2, 2017 • 48 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO reporters Neil Jones and Joe Rimmer to look back on the same old story at Newcastle United, ponder what can be changed during the international break and discuss the mood of Jurgen Klopp. For…
Striking solutions, selling our souls to TV and a pint with Klopp and Rafa
Sep 30, 2017 • 39 min
A two-man team for the latest episode, as James Pearce and Neil Jones discuss Liverpool’s trip to Newcastle, the curious friendship between Jurgen Klopp and Rafa Benitez, and ponder what can be done about the prospect of a Christmas Eve trip to Arsenal…
Liverpool not defending as a team, Coutinho sprouts wings and getting Milner in
Sep 25, 2017 • 48 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalist Joe Rimmer to look back at the stressful win at Leicester City, debate the form of Jordan Henderson, consider the ‘Fab Four’ and look ahead to the Champions League clash with Spartak Moscow.…
Allez les Rouges
Sep 23, 2017 • 58 min
The Farm frontman Peter Hooton is joined by writer and poet Dave Kirby, author and journalist Simon Hughes and Kop stalwart John Nicolson to talk all things Liverpool FC For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Liverpool aren’t Dortmund, Klopp’s self-fulfilling prophecy and why Leicester City defeat matters
Sep 20, 2017 • 46 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalists Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to dissect the League Cup defeat at the King Power Stadium, discuss criticism of Jurgen Klopp and make the case for James Milner. Includes Joe having a real…
Anfield Extra - Keeping our heads, Salah-vating and watching the same movie over and over
Sep 19, 2017 • 55 min
In the latest Poetry in Motion podcast, host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by Joe Rimmer and Neil Jones to look back on a disappointing week for Liverpool, pick the bones out of more defensive woes for Jurgen Klopp’s side while at the same time offering some…
Liverpool and cheap goals, Klopp’s no clown and worrying about Sturridge
Sep 18, 2017 • 56 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalist Neil Jones to look back at the draw with Burnley, debate the reaction of supporters, consider Jurgen Klopp’s positivity and ponder what changes could be made at Leicester City in the League…
Anfield Extra - the life and dreams of an Academy footballer
Sep 18, 2017 • 46 min
In a special 45-minute podcast, former Liverpool youth team player Tom Brewitt discusses his time at the Reds’ Academy, reflects on his decision to leave his boyhood club in order to further his career, and speaks of his ambition to work his way back to…
Liverpool the Bond villain, reassessing control and miserable Coutinho
Sep 14, 2017 • 46 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalist Neil Jones to pick through the bones of the Champions League return against Sevilla, ponder the defence (again) at length, debate the ovation for Philippe…
Anfield Extra - The Karius/Mignolet debate, Champions League dreaming and forgetting the City debacle
Sep 11, 2017 • 57 min
On the latest episode of the Liverpool Review podcast, former Liverpool goalkeeper Chris Kirkland joins Andy Kelly and Neil Jones to discuss the Reds’ thrashing at Manchester City, Sadio Mane’s red card and the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the…
Anfield Extra exclusive interview - Emile Heskey on Houllier, trebles and dealing with criticism
Sep 11, 2017 • 44 min
In an exclusive, 45-minute interview, Joe Rimmer and Ian Doyle are joined by former Liverpool striker Emile Heskey to discuss his career with the Reds. Heskey speaks candidly on what it was like to become Liverpool’s club-record signing, winning the…
Liverpool fail to manage, pondering a Champions League problem and why Etihad defeat can’t define season
Sep 11, 2017 • 45 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and Joe Rimmer to attempt to make sense of what happened at Manchester City on Saturday, ponder Sadio Mane’s red card, talk all things Danny Ings and look ahead to the return of the Champions League at Anfield.…
Anfield Extra - Forgiving Coutinho, loving Woodburn and a farce of a transfer window
Sep 8, 2017 • 58 min
Host Peter Hooton is joined by Ste Monaghan, John Nicolson and Roy Bentham to look back on a long two weeks in the life of Liverpool FC. The lads preview the trip to Manchester City, ponder Philippe Coutinho’s short and long-term future, and have split…
Can in the driving seat, the Coutinho conundrum and being blocked by Jose Enrique
Sep 7, 2017 • 46 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalists Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst to discuss another Ben Woodburn supershow, what Liverpool should do with Philippe Coutinho and Emre Can, and react to the retirement of a Knowsley Safari veteran.…
Anfield Extra - Klopp’s Liverpool legacy, and why Barcelona REALLY wanted Coutinho
Sep 6, 2017 • 59 min
On this week’s Liverpool Review podcast, Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh are joined by author Simon Hughes to discuss his new book ‘On the Brink’. Simon examines Jurgen Klopp’s role at Anfield, and whether he’s in it for the long haul. The lads also preview…
Philippe Coutinho’s sham walking stick and the stench of Arsene Wenger
Sep 5, 2017 • 40 min
Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO reporters Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh to look back on the international break (no, it’s interesting really, come back!), talk all things Philippe Coutinho and debate the Nathaniel Clyne situation. Oh, and Brendan Rodgers gets…
Anfield Extra - Ox excitement, Van Dijk rage and Klopp’s defensive gamble
Sep 1, 2017 • 52 min
Host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by Joe Rimmer and Neil Jones to look back on the end of the transfer window at Anfield. The lads also dissect the brilliant win over Arsenal, and start the build-up to next week’s blockbuster against Manchester City. For…
Transfer deadline day special - what just happened at Liverpool?
Aug 31, 2017 • 36 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC reporter James Pearce and ECHO journalist Neil Jones to assess the last 24 hours at Anfield and look back on the summer transfer window and what the Reds got right and wrong. For information regarding your data privacy, visit…
How did THAT Naby Keita deal happen? Will Liverpool make it easy for Lemar? And how good were the Reds vs Arsenal?
Aug 28, 2017 • 37 min
Andy Kelly, James Pearce and Joe Rimmer discuss all things Red after a remarkable 24 hours for Liverpool. On the agenda: the 4-0 demolition of Arsenal, Liverpool’s pursuit of Thomas Lemar and the signing of Naby Keita… For information regarding your data…
Anfield Extra - Hoffenheim, the Champions League and looking ahead to Arsenal
Aug 26, 2017 • 53 min
In the latest episode of Allez les Rouges, host Peter Hooton is joined by special guest Accrington Stanley boss John Coleman plus Keith Culvin and John Nicolson as they look back at the Hoffenheim win and ahead to the Arsenal game. For information…
Blowing away Hoffenheim, Coutinho heading home and Mane can be the new Suarez
Aug 25, 2017 • 36 min
Kristian Walsh is your host this week alongside James Pearce and Paul Gorst. The boys talk about that thrilling win over Hoffenheim and what it means for the rest of their Champions League campaign - including whether November qualification is beyond…
Robertson’s debut boost, Solanke unseats Origi and the truth about that £118m Coutinho bid
Aug 21, 2017 • 50 min
Host Andy Kelly is joined by LFC reporter James Pearce and ECHO writer Kristian Walsh to discuss the Reds’ Palace win, preview Hoffenheim and a look at the real story behind that third Barcelona bid for Coutinho #LFC For information regarding your data…
Preposterous midfield, a season of nothingness and protests at Anfield?
Aug 17, 2017 • 56 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce and ECHO journalists Kristian Walsh and Paul Gorst to look back at the trips to Watford and Hoffenheim, ahead to Crystal Palace and discuss the transfer market and whether it should be shut or not.…
Poetry in Motion podcast - Neil Fitz and the lads talk Coutinho, Hoffenheim and transfers
Aug 17, 2017 • 47 min
Our regular Anfield Extra contributor Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by LFC reporter James Pearce and Joe Rimmer to discuss Virgil van Dijk, Philippe Coutinho’s future, transfers and Liverpool’s performances against Hoffenheim and Watford. For information…
Anfield Extra - Jan Molby on Liverpool’s midfield, Hoffenheim delight and Frank De Boer’s favour to the Premier League
Aug 16, 2017 • 54 min
Neil Jones is joined by Joe Rimmer and special guest Jan Molby to discuss Liverpool’s Champions League win in Hoffenheim, ponder the Reds’ troubles finding the right midfield balance and look ahead to their Anfield clash with a very different Crystal…
What next for Philippe Coutinho and why FSG now have no choice
Aug 11, 2017 • 35 min
Ian Doyle is joined by full-time Liverpool reporter (both home and away) James Pearce and ECHO journalists Joe Rimmer and Paul Gorst to discuss the continued Philippe Coutinho transfer saga and remember there’s actually a Premier League season about to…
Anfield Extra - Coutinho, FSG and why Hoffenheim could hold the key to the summer
Aug 10, 2017 • 51 min
In the latest episode of Allez les Rouges, host Peter Hooton is joined by lifelong Reds Roy Bentham, John Nicolson and Ste Monaghan to preview the season ahead. They discuss the good and the bad of pre-season, the success and the failures of the transfer…
Anfield Extra - Chris Bascombe on trusting Klopp, the FSG debate and keeping a sense of perspective
Aug 9, 2017 • 44 min
The latest Liverpool Review podcast sees host Neil Jones joined by Ian Doyle and Chris Bascombe of the Daily Telegraph. Chris gives us his take on the madness of covering the Reds during transfer season, tells us why he’s far more optimistic than some he…
Coutinho to stay, Van Dijk to join? Discussing Liverpool’s transfer troubles
Aug 8, 2017 • 44 min
Host Neil Jones is joined by returning hero James Pearce and regular duo Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to talk about the two big stories dominating the Reds agenda at the minute. Will Coutinho remain, and will Liverpool get Van Dijk? The lads give their…
Anfield Extra - Why Coutinho is a worry, Sturridge frustrations and why signings are a must
Aug 7, 2017 • 41 min
Host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by Neil Jones and Joe Rimmer for a sideways look at all things Liverpool. The lads discuss Philippe Coutinho, and why a recent trip to Barcelona has Neil worried. They also debate Alberto Moreno’s surprise return to…
The $64m Adam Lallana question, why it’s always Southampton and debating Coutinho
Aug 4, 2017 • 47 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalist Paul Gorst to look back on the Audi Cup, discuss how Liverpool should react to Adam Lallana’s injury, asses the Philippe Coutinho situation and talk all things Hoffenheim and Champions…
Anfield Extra - Why Firmino is the man for the Reds, but why Coutinho WILL have his price
Aug 2, 2017 • 48 min
Host Neil Jones is joined by Andy Kelly and special guest Jason McAteer to look ahead to the new season, and back on the summer so far. Jason was in Australia and Hong Kong with the Reds, and got a close look at Jurgen Klopp’s squad in action. He reveals…
The big debate - rail seating to be introduced at Anfield?
Aug 1, 2017 • 73 min
Andy Kelly hosts a special podcast looking at the debate surrounding the introduction of rail seating in English football. Andy is joined by Spirit of Shankly’s Jay McKenna and Reds season-ticket holder Dan Kay to discuss the issue. Hillsborough survivor…
Coutinho’s body language, going on strike and £40m + Sakho
Jul 27, 2017 • 60 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO reporter Kristian Walsh along with full-time Liverpool reporter James Pearce live from Germany to discuss the ongoing transfer situation at Anfield and look ahead to the Reds’ latest friendlies.…
Running out of time on Naby Keita, the Mohamed Salah effect and discussing rail seating
Jul 20, 2017 • 37 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC reporter James Pearce live from Hong Kong, along with ECHO reporter Kristian Walsh and Head of Sport David Prentice to discuss the Far East tour, the transfer window latest and the opening of an emotive debate. For information…
Ending Liverpool’s false economy and what IS going on in the transfer window?
Jul 13, 2017 • 35 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC reporter James Pearce, ECHO journalist Paul Gorst and Head of Sport David Prentice makes a guest appearance to help look back at the first week of pre-season and ponder why not much is happening in terms of transfers. Yet. For…
Tony Barrett and how Liverpool will connect with fans
Jul 13, 2017 • 26 min
In a special Blood Red podcast, LFC editor Andy Kelly is joined by Tony Barrett, Liverpool’s new Head of Club and Supporter Liaison, to discuss his new role and how the club can move forward. For information regarding your data privacy, visit…
The trouble with Naby Keita and should Emre be canned by Liverpool?
Jul 6, 2017 • 43 min
Ian Doyle is joined by #LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO reporter Kristian Walsh to look at the latest twists in some long-running transfer sagas and discuss the futures of several current Reds. For information regarding your data privacy, visit…
Naby Keita and Virgil van Dijk - can Liverpool really make key targets become a reality?
Jun 30, 2017 • 40 min
Host Andy Kelly is joined by James Pearce and Paul Gorst to look at where #LFC go now post-Mohamed Salah For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Mohamed Salah - where will he play, and what does his signing mean for Liverpool?
Jun 22, 2017 • 47 min
Neil Jones is joined by Kristian Walsh, Andy Kelly and the returning James Pearce to discuss #LFC’s signing of #Salah, and the implications it has on the rest of Jurgen Klopp’s squad, plus the mood of the fanbase going forward… For information regarding…
Liverpool’s 2017-18 fixtures - and why optimism is the order of the day for the Reds
Jun 14, 2017 • 24 min
#LFC’s fixture list for the new season has been released, and it looks like the computer has been kind to the Reds. Andy Kelly is joined by Neil Jones and Joe Rimmer to discuss what lies ahead in the 2017-18 season, and why Reds fans should be…
Panicking in the market, making a balls of it and why no Lacazette?
Jun 12, 2017 • 43 min
Neil Jones is joined by Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to discuss #LFC’s transfer market so far (ouch!). The lads give their ideal signings, and ponder whether the days of surprise moves are a thing of the past. Features added Andre Wisdom, too. For…
Virgil van Dijk - what just happened? And what happens now?
Jun 7, 2017 • 34 min
Ian Doyle is joined by #LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO reporter Kristian Walsh to discuss the shock news Liverpool have ended their interest in Virgil van Dijk - barely 48 hours after it emerged the player wanted to move to Anfield. For information…
Virgil van Dijk’s decision and what it means for Jurgen Klopp and FSG
Jun 5, 2017 • 29 min
Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO reporters Neil Jones and Paul Gorst to discuss Virgil van Dijk opting to move to Anfield, the importance of Jurgen Klopp and how much of a statement completing the deal would make. For information regarding your data privacy,…
Trusting FSG, keeping deals silent and the Liverpool Champions League debate
May 29, 2017 • 46 min
Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO reporters Neil Jones, Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to look back at the #LFC tour of Australia, ponder whether they should be fearful of Manchester City and discuss what deals could be done at Anfield. For information regarding…
Riding Klopp’s back, praising Plan B and how Liverpool got away with it
May 22, 2017 • 40 min
Ian Doyle is joined by #LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO reporter Neil Jones to look back at the win over Middlesbrough and what next for the Reds after finally earning a top-four finish. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
No Moreno, no excuses and the real reason Liverpool must finish in top four
May 19, 2017 • 34 min
Ian Doyle is joined by #LFC reporter James Pearce and ECHO journalist Kristian Walsh to preview the Champions League decider at home to Middlesbrough, Liverpool’s summer transfer targets and the trouble with going to Australia. Also includes comments on…
Dirk Kuyt - the man, the goals, the moments and the lots and lots and lots of running
May 17, 2017 • 23 min
Ian Doyle is joined by #LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO reporters Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh to remember the career (well, the Liverpool bit) of Dirk Kuyt, who has announced his retirement from football. Also includes a shameful revelation from Neil…
West Ham walkover, Coutinho’s central role and re-opening the Sturridge debate (again!)
May 15, 2017 • 54 min
Host Andy Kelly is joined by #LFC reporter (home and away) James Pearce and ECHO scribe Neil Jones to discuss Liverpool’s day in the sun at West Ham. The lads talk about Philippe Coutinho, Daniel Sturridge and Simon Mignolet, pay tribute to the hero of…
Vladmir Smicer special - Reflecting on his Liverpool career and why Reds should break the bank for Mbappe
May 13, 2017 • 37 min
James Pearce sits down with Vladmir Smicer, hero of Istanbul, for a chat about his Liverpool career For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Klopp’s Mourinhoism, the under-23s debate and Grujic the wildcard
May 12, 2017 • 39 min
Ian Doyle is joined by #LFC reporter James Pearce and ECHO journalist Neil Jones to look back at awards week for the Reds, discuss the impact of Trent Alexander-Arnold (without Andy Kelly) and the prospect of a pivotal first-ever trip to the London…
Cautious Klopp, the importance of belief and dismissing United
May 8, 2017 • 33 min
Ian Doyle is joined by #LFC reporter James Pearce and ECHO reporter Kristian Walsh to look back at a frustrating afternoon against Southampton, how Reds can fall over the line and the Virgil van Dijk issue. For information regarding your data privacy,…
Turning four into three, the new Liverpool derby and offering out Roy Keane
May 5, 2017 • 23 min
Ian Doyle is joined by #LFC reporter James Pearce and ECHO journalists Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh to look ahead at the weekend visit of Southampton, get fed up with Jose Mourinho moaning and point out a worryingly strange fact about the Reds’ home…
Redeveloping Anfield and turning a ground into a stadium
May 5, 2017 • 16 min
Ian Doyle is joined by #LFC reporter James Pearce and ECHO journalists Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh to discuss Liverpool’s plans to develop the Anfield Road End and whether FSG are doing the right thing. For information regarding your data privacy, visit…
Killing Klopp, arguing about Lucas and the Anfield equation
May 2, 2017 • 40 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce, #LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO writer Joe Rimmer to assess the win over Watford, discuss the full-backs, praise Simon Mignolet and ponder the final three games of the season. Also includes Joe…
Is Lovren worth £100k a week, should we worry about Watford, and do we really want Spurs to win the title?
Apr 28, 2017 • 36 min
Neil Jones is joined by James Pearce, Andy Kelly and Kristian Walsh to look ahead to a nasty-looking trip to Vicarage Road. The lads also debate Dejan Lovren’s new deal, the battle for the top four and reveal their hopes for the title race. James also has…
Blood Red Podcast with Andy Kelly, James Pearce and Ian Herbert
Apr 26, 2017 • 45 min
Blood Red Podcast with Andy Kelly, James Pearce and Ian Herbert. Bob Paisley Special. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Dancing the cha-cha, Champions League worry and are the forwards to blame?
Apr 24, 2017 • 40 min
Ian Doyle is joined by #LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO reporter Kristian Walsh to look back on a damaging defeat at Crystal Palace, the problem with Daniel Sturridge (again), Divock Origi and whether Lionel Messi is any good. Spoiler: he is. For…
The Michael Calvin Podcast: Youth football, Academies & the Shocking Truth
Apr 20, 2017 • 60 min
We talk to top-selling author Michael Calvin about his new book ‘No Hunger In Paradise’ which reveals some shocking truths about youth football in the UK - and he discusses the set-ups at #LiverpoolFC and #EvertonFC For information regarding your data…
Premier League special - James Pearce on Liverpool’s run-in
Apr 20, 2017 • 19 min
The ECHO’s James Pearce joins a special pod with the Manchester Evening News’ Samuel Luckhurst and Stuart Brennan, plus Football.London’s Chelsea correspondent Oliver Hardbord For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The great Anfield auction - how much should Liverpool sell their players for this summer?
Apr 19, 2017 • 50 min
In a special edition of the Blood Red podcast, Ian Doyle is the auctioneer as LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO reporters Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh debate which Reds players could be sold this summer and for how much. Also featuring a Sound Machine that…
Debating Can, Mignolet’s roar, Firmino a rested development and Moreno isn’t Alonso
Apr 17, 2017 • 37 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce and #LFC editor Andy Kelly to assess a vital win at West Bromwich Albion, ponder some unlikely heroes and the importance of top three, let alone top four. For information regarding your data privacy,…
The Mane question, to three or not to three and should Sturridge now start?
Apr 15, 2017 • 31 min
Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO writers Kristian Walsh and Paul Gorst for a surprising revelation about the PFA Player of the Year nominations, look ahead to the West Bromwich Albion game and ponder the future of Harry Wilson. Contains the phrase…
Roberto the underrated, Sturridge the forgotten and what now for Sakho?
Apr 10, 2017 • 39 min
Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO triumvirate Neil Jones, Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to look back at massive win at Stoke City, the futures of several fringe players and what the next six weeks hold for #LFC and Jurgen Klopp. Also includes a sensational…
The Coutinho question, keeping Joe Allen and anyone for Trent?
Apr 7, 2017 • 32 min
Ian Doyle is joined by #LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO reporter Joe Rimmer to ponder the damaging draw to Bournemouth, assess Jurgen Klopp’s injury crisis and ask if more could have been done to prevent the lack of players at the manager’s disposal. Also…
Liverpool 3-1 Everton: Merseyside derby reaction
Apr 3, 2017 • 38 min
Andy Kelly, James Pearce and Joe Rimmer look back on the Reds’ 3-1 victory over Everton at Anfield For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Blood Red: Merseyside Derby Special
Mar 31, 2017 • 32 min
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Can Gerrard still hack it?, remembering Ronnie and why international football matters (a bit)
Mar 27, 2017 • 37 min
Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO writers Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh to ponder the success of the Liverpool Legends game, pay tribute to Ronnie Moran, argue pretty vociferously about international football and look ahead to the weekend by revealing our…
Ronnie Moran: In his own words
Mar 24, 2017 • 76 min
A fantastic interview by the Liverpool Echo’s Dave Randles at Ronnie’s home in 2009. Listen out for Mrs Moran bringing in cakes and tea! #LFC #Liverpool #RonnieMoran For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
What’s wrong with Origi?, Wijnaldum the key and booing Milner
Mar 20, 2017 • 37 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce and #LFC Editor Andy Kelly to take a look back at a hugely eventful game at Manchester City, debate the impact of Emre Can and Gini Wijnaldum, ponder problems for Divock Origi and Philippe Coutinho…
Clyne getting away with it, the Sterling debate and asking out Rihanna
Mar 17, 2017 • 37 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce and ECHO journalists Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh to look ahead to Sunday’s showdown at Manchester City, ponder the emergence of Trent Alexander-Arnold, marvel at Monaco and talk all things Julian…
40 years on - David Fairclough recalls THAT goal against Saint-Etienne
Mar 16, 2017 • 4 min
ECHO Head of Sport David Prentice in conversation with former Liverpool striker David Fairclough to recall the moment that helped transform the Reds into a European force on a night fans who were there maintain will never ever be bettered. For information…
Ten games from greatness (again), Can’s heavy rucksack and a message for FSG
Mar 13, 2017 • 35 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalist Neil Jones to look back at the win over Burnley, assess the virtues of Michael Keane, discuss Emre Can and Philippe Coutinho and ponder Gary Neville. Again.…
Have FSG overpromised at Liverpool?, Costa’s winkle and remembering Xabi
Mar 9, 2017 • 36 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO journalist Neil Jones to ponder Barcelona’s win over PSG (we had to crowbar it in somehow!), Emre Can’s contract, the Main Stand loan and look ahead to Burnley. Also…
Getting angry about Arsenal, Can’s good foul and Firmino’s trough
Mar 6, 2017 • 31 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce and ECHO journalist Dan Kay to look back at the weekend win over Arsenal, debate the impact of Gini Wijnaldum and Simon Mignolet, give fresh praise to Emre Can and wonder whether the pay-off for…
Blood Red: Arsenal preview, the Saudis and is it farewell Wenger?
Mar 3, 2017 • 32 min
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Liverpool lacking leadership, Can the lightning rod and why Lucas isn’t a FIFA player
Feb 28, 2017 • 36 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce and ECHO writer Neil Jones to look back at the poor defeat at Leicester City, debate Jamie Carragher’s criticism, ponder whether Jurgen Klopp should change and, yes, mention Mamadou Sakho. For…
Leicester, the Ranieri sacking and avoiding a Lee Mason hat-trick
Feb 24, 2017 • 28 min
Leicester, the Ranieri sacking and avoiding a Lee Mason hat-trick For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Reaction as Liverpool set to announce plans to leave Melwood
Feb 21, 2017 • 17 min
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La Manga, the trouble with Leicester and debating the future stars for Liverpool
Feb 20, 2017 • 52 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO reporters Neil Jones and Joe Rimmer for a special in-depth conversation about the Academy and the strength of youth football in England, as well as chatting about the FA Cup and why Steve Morison is…
Mane chasing Kane, Spurs being Spurs, looking to La Manga and watching Match of the Day
Feb 13, 2017 • 37 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO scribes Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh to assess the win over Tottenham Hotspur, debate the difference Sadio Mane makes to Liverpool, contemplate a week with no game and warning Trent Alexander-Arnold.…
The ban on The S*n, which Spurs players we would steal and Karius v Mignolet again
Feb 10, 2017 • 35 min
Neil Jones hosts James Pearce, Andy Kelly and Kristian Walsh as they preview Liverpool’s huge game against Tottenham, assessing just how close the two sides are both on and off the pitch. They also talk about the club’s decision to ban The S*n from…
What Klopp did next, a ‘happy’ 10th anniversary and are FSG really the ones to blame?
Feb 6, 2017 • 39 min
Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO scribes Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to look back at a dire performance at Hull City, debate what history tells us about Jurgen Klopp and recall the dark days of Hicks and Gillett. Briefly. For information regarding your data…
Where’s the winning mentality?, goodbye Ayre and why Liverpool can have no more excuses
Feb 3, 2017 • 39 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly, ECHO scribe Joe Rimmer and the on-loan Daniel Matthews to debate whether it was a good point against Chelsea, discuss a possible missed opportunity in the transfer market and if Liverpool are just too darn…
Reds on Deadline Day, Wolves Inquest and how huge is Chelsea?
Jan 30, 2017 • 38 min
#LFC #Liverpool #Klopp #Chelsea #Conte #DeadlineDay For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Klopp under fire, believers becoming doubters and what’s wrong with Liverpool fans?
Jan 26, 2017 • 42 min
Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO scribe Neil Jones to ponder whether EFL Cup defeat to Southampton points to a bigger set of problems for Jurgen Klopp, bemoaning a missed trick in January and whether Wolves in the FA Cup has become a…
Questioning Klopp, immature Can, Sturridge on the right? & the IKEA intervention
Jan 23, 2017 • 30 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce and ECHO scribe Joe Rimmer to look back at a dire defeat to Swansea, look ahead to a big game against Southampton in the EFL Cup semi-final and return to an old favourite - Mamadou Sakho. For…
Lucas must stay, selling Sturridge to Arsenal and what’s wrong with Henderson?
Jan 20, 2017 • 52 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly, ECHO scribe Kristian Walsh and special guest Peter Hooton, Kop season ticket holder and lead singer of The Farm , to look back at the FA Cup win over Plymouth Argyle, ahead to…
Old Trafford will be a catalyst, Matip madness and can Sturridge ever be trusted?
Jan 16, 2017 • 38 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO scribe Kristian Walsh to look back at the draw against Manchester United, ahead to the FA Cup tie at Plymouth and ponder what on earth is going on with Joel Matip. For…
Worries for Old Trafford, hoping Klopp isn’t the new Wenger and running up the hill with Can
Jan 13, 2017 • 40 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO writer Paul Gorst to reflect on a bad night at Southampton, preview a pivotal clash with Manchester United and consider why Emre Can looks like he isn’t moving all that…
A look back at Plymouth and ahead to Southampton in the EFL Cup
Jan 10, 2017 • 32 min
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Has the FA Cup lost its magic? Plymouth preview, Gomez talk and what now for autograph hunters?
Jan 6, 2017 • 40 min
The world’s greatest knockout competition, or a relic from the past in desperate need of a change?To discuss that, and plenty more besides, we have Neil Jones, James Pearce, Andy Kelly and Joe Rimmer. The lads talk FA Cup, Liverpool’s game with Plymouth…
Is the title race over? Missing Henderson and why 29 penalty saves won’t save Mignolet
Jan 3, 2017 • 39 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce and ECHO scribes Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh to look back on the disappointing draw at Sunderland, the win over Manchester City and just where the Reds will finish this season. For information…
Happy New Year? Liverpool v City, Klopp v Guardiola and casting a worried eye at David Moyes and Sunderland
Dec 29, 2016 • 34 min
Merry Christmas! We hope it was a prosperous and enjoyable one for all. But we’ve no time to dwell, Manchester City are in town for a New Year’s Eve blockbuster at Anfield. It promises to be a cracker. To preview it, Andy Kelly is joined by James Pearce,…
Why Liverpool MUST do business in January, Reds show character and what we’d like for Christmas
Dec 22, 2016 • 29 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce and ECHO writer Neil Jones to consider further the fall-out from the Goodison derby win, whether Joe Allen has been missed and the latest on Julian Draxler For information regarding your data privacy,…
Dissecting the derby, Sturridge’s pivotal eight days and why Chelsea fans will be cursing Mane
Dec 20, 2016 • 38 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO scribe Kristian Walsh to look back on the Reds’ dramatic win, ponder Sturridge’s future, talk about THAT Emre Can pass and why Jordan Henderson really is the new Steven…
The Merseyside derby preview podcast - Klopp v Koeman, Boro delight and the Sturridge conundrum
Dec 16, 2016 • 38 min
The 227th Merseyside derby is upon us, and that means a special Blood Red podcast. Neil Jones, Andy Kelly, James Pearce and Chris Beesley preview the big Goodison clash, look back on the win at Middlesbrough and ask ‘will Klopp and Koeman be quite so…
The future for Karius, should Firmino go back to the middle and what must change at Boro
Dec 12, 2016 • 41 min
Our Liverpool FC team assess the West Ham draw, look at the future for Karius and where Firmino needs to be on the pitch, plus what must change for the trip to Middlesbrough For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The problem with Firmino, keeping the ball and West Ham a must-win
Dec 9, 2016 • 34 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO scribe Kristian Walsh to ponder the importance of Sunday’s visit of West Ham, an issue regarding Roberto Firmino, the influence of the Anfield crowd and dropping the…
The Big Interview - with Kevin Sheedy
Dec 7, 2016 • 74 min
In episode three of the ECHO’s Big Interview, Neil Jones and Neil Mellor speak to Kevin Sheedy, owner of one of the sweetest left foots Merseyside has ever seen. Kevin talks about learning his trade kicking a ball against the wall of a Herefordshire pub,…
The Bournemouth debacle, missing Matip and the goalkeeper debate re-opens
Dec 5, 2016 • 36 min
Neil Jones is joined by James Pearce, Joe Rimmer and Kristian Walsh to sift through the rubble of Liverpool’s defeat to Bournemouth. The lads ponder the Reds’ defensive (and goalkeeping) errors, their mental toughness and ask whether it’s just a blip or…
Liverpool’s price of success, Lallana the dog whistle and why Ejaria can make an impact
Dec 1, 2016 • 37 min
Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO scribes Neil Jones, Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to discuss the win over Leeds, Ben Woodburn’s record-breaking goal, look ahead to Bournemouth and attempt to blag tickets off Knowsley Safari Park For information regarding your…
Life without Coutinho, lucky Karius and who is on Klopp’s Twitter feed?
Nov 28, 2016 • 31 min
Ian Doyle is joined by the ECHO’S Liverpool FC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO scribe Neil Jones to ponder how the Reds can cope without Philippe Coutinho, the impact of Divock Origi, praising David Moyes and looking ahead to Leeds United For information…
Should Gerrard come back to Liverpool?, Reds unveil a new signing and laughing with David Moyes
Nov 24, 2016 • 36 min
Ian Doyle is joined by the ECHO’s Liverpool reporter James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly, Kristian Walsh and Dan Kay to ponder Steven Gerrard’s decision to hang up his boots, Joe Gomez’s comeback and just how many the Reds could score against Sunderland.…
The Big Interview with Simon Mignolet
Nov 23, 2016 • 65 min
Episode Two of the ECHO’s Big Interview sees us speak to Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet. In an hour-long chat, the Belgian talks about his upbringing, his early days as a midfielder, his move to Sunderland and subsequently Liverpool. He also…
What Sturridge should do next, Lovren gives head a wobble & welcoming Stevie
Nov 22, 2016 • 32 min
Ian Doyle is joined by the ECHO’s Liverpool reporter James Pearce and LFC editor Andy Kelly to praise the marauding Joel Matip, plot Daniel Sturridge’s career path and debate the virtues of Virgil van Dijk and Steven Gerrard. For information regarding…
Life after Lallana, Mane’s secret to success, Coutinho’s Barca no-go & falling off the couch
Nov 16, 2016 • 30 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO writer Neil Jones to ponder the international break, look ahead to the trip to Southampton, bemoan Gini Wijnaldum costing money and why one of us believes Liverpool…
Liverpool’s actual title hopes and what Reds have to do in January
Nov 11, 2016 • 40 min
Neil Jones is your host for this international week edition, sitting down with James Pearce, Joe Rimmer and Kristian Walsh. In it, the lads discuss just how far Liverpool can go this season, and talk about their moment of the season so far. There’s also…
The ECHO’s Big Interview: Jan Molby on Cruyff, Koeman, and his greatest Liverpool memories
Nov 9, 2016 • 70 min
Neil Jones sits down with former Liverpool striker and host Neil Mellor to talk with Merseyside footballing figures past and present. Our first guest is Liverpool midfield legend Jan Molby, winner of two league titles and two FA Cups. He discusses his…
Mane the salmon, berating Motty, what now for Gerrard? & why Victor Moses is good
Nov 7, 2016 • 35 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO scribe Kristian Walsh to debate whether we can discuss the ‘t’ race yet, the improving Jordan Henderson, Steven Gerrard’s future and a strange assertion from Mr Walsh.…
Is a sporting director right for Liverpool?, Klopp’s growing influence, Watford and the fitness egg
Nov 4, 2016 • 26 min
Ian Doyle is joined by ECHO sports editor David Prentice, Liverpool reporter James Pearce and LFC editor Andy Kelly to talk at length on the appointment of Michael Edwards as Liverpool’s sporting director, while also briefly pondering on the forthcoming…
Liverpool’s title challenge is on…but let’s enjoy the ride!
Oct 31, 2016 • 29 min
Our Reds team look back on the win at Palace and ahead to Watford’s visit to Anfield at the weekend For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Can or Wijnaldum?, excellent Ejaria, wrong Benteke, destroying the FA Cup and a brew with Mignolet
Oct 27, 2016 • 28 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool writer James Pearce and ECHO scribes Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to look back on the (reserves) win over Tottenham Hotspur, ponder the growing love of the League Cup, look ahead to Crystal Palace and decide what they’ll…
Pied Piper Firmino, knitting Lallana, Mignolet’s cogs and the unquantifiable Karius
Oct 24, 2016 • 32 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Liverpool reporter James Pearce, LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO scribe Kristian Walsh to look back at the win over West Bromwich Albion, say nice things about Philippe Coutinho and Joel Matip, preview the EFL Cup tie against…
Blood Red Liverpool Podcast October 21
Oct 21, 2016 • 22 min
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What’s the problem with Mourinho?, sympathy for Sturridge and debating Can’s future
Oct 18, 2016 • 28 min
Ian Doyle is joined by James Pearce and Andy Kelly to attempt to get excited by the goalless draw against Manchester United, ponder Jose Mourinho, laud Adam Lallana’s transformation and wonder what future there is for Daniel Sturridge and Emre Can. For…
Liverpool v Man Utd preview: would a win start a genuine title challenge?
Oct 14, 2016 • 30 min
Join us for a look ahead to Liverpool v Man United with thoughts on fixture changes, a ‘new look’ Reds side and whether a win would kickstart a genuine title challenge… For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Wijnaldum conspiracy, secret of Henderson’s backpass and is Anfield Road End worth it?
Oct 12, 2016 • 27 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Andy Kelly, Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer to discuss what the point of international football actually is, the merits of Jordan Henderson’s no-look backpass, some finishiness regarding Gini Wijnaldum’s hamstring injury and just…
Jurgen Klopp anniversary podcast (feat. Jamie Carragher)
Oct 6, 2016 • 47 min
As Jurgen Klopp prepares to celebrate his first year in charge at Liverpool, the ECHO discuss the German’s first 12 months at Anfield. To do that, Andy Kelly, Neil Jones and Ian Doyle are joined by a very special guest, Reds legend Jamie Carragher, who…
Klopp in a corner over keepers, fantastic Firmino, engaging Ings and remembering Rodgers
Oct 4, 2016 • 41 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Andy Kelly, Neil Jones and Joe Rimmer to look back at Liverpool’s win over Swansea, why Mignolet should start against Manchester United but probably won’t, Danny Ings, Adam Lallana, Daniel Sturridge and where it went wrong for…
No egos at Liverpool, being scared of Anfield and why Sakho will never play for Reds again
Sep 26, 2016 • 27 min
Ian Doyle is joined by James Pearce and Joe Rimmer to look back at the Hull City game, praise a few unsung heroes (including James Milner), ponder the goalkeeping situation and, yes, address the latest Mamadou Sakho storm For information regarding your…
Debating the Karius decision, comparing Grujic and why Hull is as important as Chelsea
Sep 23, 2016 • 29 min
Andy Kelly is joined by James Pearce and Ian Doyle as they react to Loris Karius becoming Liverpool’s first-choice goalkeeper, look back at a stroll at Derby and ponder why Saturday’s game against Hull is typically one in which the Reds have struggled.…
Revisiting Chelsea, reviving Henderson and reappraising Matip
Sep 19, 2016 • 35 min
Ian Doyle is joined by Andy Kelly, James Pearce and Kristian Walsh as they assess Liverpool’s win at Chelsea, how Jordan Henderson is revived, looking ahead to the EFL Cup tie at Derby and what’s surprised them the most this season For information…
Chelsea Vs Liverpool Preview - Klopps Big Dilemma
Sep 15, 2016 • 25 min
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Liverpool are no longer reliant on Sturridge - but can rely on him
Sep 12, 2016 • 36 min
Andy Kelly is joined by Ian Doyle and Kristian Walsh to look back on Liverpool’s demolition of Leicester City, ponder Daniel Sturridge, debate Gini Wijnaldum’s position and sing the praises of Roberto Firmino For information regarding your data privacy,…
Gerard Houllier’s Liverpool legacy
Sep 6, 2016 • 39 min
This week Neil Jones, James Pearce and Joe Rimmer are joined by author Simon Hughes, who discusses his new book ‘Ring of Fire: Liverpool into the 21st century - the players’ stories’ Simon offers his insight into the book’s interviewees, in particular…
Blood Red Podcast on Liverpool’s transfer window, Mamadou Sakho and what happens now
Sep 1, 2016 • 31 min
Andy Kelly is joined by James Pearce, Ian Doyle and Kristian Walsh as they look back at Liverpool’s summer transfer business, ponder Mamadou Sakho (again) and answer listeners’ questions For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The problem with Sakho, reflections on Tottenham & admiring Matip
Aug 30, 2016 • 29 min
Andy Kelly, James Pearce and Ian Doyle reflect on events at White Hart Lane, the impact of a new centre-back and what on earth is happening with Mamadou Sakho For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Blood Red Liverpool podcast on Spurs, Mane, Henderson and more
Aug 26, 2016 • 25 min
Ian Doyle, Paul Philbin and Neil Macdonald discuss the Tottenham game, overpowering Burton, the impact of Sadio Mane and whether Jordan Henderson is good enough For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Criticising Klopp is okay, familiar problems, Collymore comments and Burton preview
Aug 22, 2016 • 28 min
Ian Doyle and Neil Jones are joined by Liverpool fan Andy Roach to look back on the Turf Moor torment, ponder why the same failings are prevalent and assessing the trip to Burton Albion. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Sturridge uncertainty principle, more on Moreno and Burnley predictions
Aug 19, 2016 • 30 min
Ian Doyle , James Pearce and Neil Jones look ahead to Liverpool’s trip to Burnley and ponder the future of one player in particular For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Blood Red: Why everybody should stop bullying Alberto Moreno
Aug 16, 2016 • 27 min
Ian Doyle, James Pearce and Neil Jones look back at Liverpool’s thrilling win at Arsenal and some of the problems that still face Jurgen Klopp. Oh, we might mention the left-back issue too. A bit. For information regarding your data privacy, visit…
Blood Red Season Preview
Aug 12, 2016 • 35 min
Andy Kelly, Kristian Walsh & James Pearce preview the upcoming premier league season For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Blood Red Podcast: Reflections on the USA tour and looking ahead to Barca
Aug 3, 2016 • 44 min
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Blood Red Podcast: The Wijnaldum lowdown, is Allen worth more than £13m & Flanno’s dilemma
Jul 21, 2016 • 37 min
The Wijnaldum lowdown, is Allen worth more than £13m & Flanno’s dilemma For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Blood Red podcast: Tranmere, Fleetwood and the Anfield Exodus
Jul 14, 2016 • 45 min
ECHO LFC writers discuss the Reds’ pre-season so far and Anfield’s outgoing players For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Blood Red Podcast: Benteke seal will suit all parties
Jul 5, 2016 • 25 min
Andy Kelly, James Pearce & Neil Jones discuss Benteke For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Mane - The Player, The Price & The Plan
Jun 28, 2016 • 40 min
Echo Sports team discuss LFC’s latest signing Sadio Mane For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Joe Allen, the reds midfield and the latest transfer targets
Jun 21, 2016 • 27 min
Joe Allen, the reds midfield and the latest transfer targets by Blood Red For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Blood Red podcast PL Fixtures
Jun 15, 2016 • 23 min
We talk about the new Premier League fixtures and our hopes for Jurgen Klopp’s side. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Blood Red Podcast: Klopp’s debut season, Coutinho’s future & summer transfers
Jun 3, 2016 • 35 min
The latest Blood Red Podcast in which we look back at Jurgen Klopp’s debut season, ponder Philippe Coutinho’s future and Liverpool’s summer transfers. Oh and who will win Euro 2016 and what one of us will think about Pepe. For information regarding your…
Bloodred podcast from Basel
May 18, 2016 • 16 min
Andy Kelly, James Pearce and Ian Doyle from the banks of the Rhine, Switzerland For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Liverpool’s Europa League run analysed
May 7, 2016 • 28 min
Andy Kelly, James Pearce, Kristian Walsh and Ian Doyle look at Liverpool’s road to Basel and why the decision to host the final there is shocking For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Storming the Palace and looking forward to United
Apr 28, 2016 • 25 min
Andy Kelly and the lads on a great win at Crystal Palace and what manchester United may bring For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Liverpool FC Derby delight
Apr 20, 2016 • 37 min
Andy Kelly and the lads enjoy looking back on a fantastic night at Anfield For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Dortmund in our sights
Apr 4, 2016 • 29 min
A little bit about drawing with Spurs and then the focus is on the game of the season against Dortmund For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Southampton defeat and top four hopes
Mar 20, 2016 • 29 min
What happens next after this defeat? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Capital One Cup final preview
Feb 25, 2016 • 29 min
Andy Kelly, James Pearce and Neil Jones look ahead to the game For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy