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Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast

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Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast
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 Ian Doyle, Joe Rimmer, Paul Gorst, Sean Bradbury, Caoimhe O'Neill, Connor Dunn and Theo Squires; Neil Fitzmaurice's Poetry in Motion; Peter Hooton's Allez Les Rouges; Analysing Anfield with Kristian Walsh and Josh Williams, and Post-Game, Behind Enemy Lines and View from the Kop with Paul Wheelock.

Latest Episodes

Blood Red: Old Trafford fallout, VAR & Martin Atkinson draw criticism and time for a midfield shake-up?

Following on from Liverpool 1-1 away draw with Manchester United, the Blood Red podcast is here with a considered view on the afternoon’s proceedings at Old Trafford. Joe Rimmer is joined by Ian Doyle, Dan Kay and Theo Squires to look back on the game as Adam Lallana came up with a late equaliser for the Reds. His contribution, as well as those of fellow substitutes Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita is discussed as well as the impact of VAR. The decision not to rule out Manchester United’s opener through Marcus Rashford comes under the microscope as Victor Lindelof’s ‘foul’ on Divock Origi was not given by referee Martin Atkinson. That’s all before previewing Wednesday night’s trip to Genk as Champions League action returns and whether or not it’s time for Jurgen Klopp to shuffle his midfield pack. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

41 MIN12 h ago
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Blood Red: Old Trafford fallout, VAR & Martin Atkinson draw criticism and time for a midfield shake-up?

Post-Game: Adam Lallana to the rescue as Liverpool leave it late to draw at Manchester United

Welcome to the Post-Game podcast to react to Liverpool’s 1-1 draw at Manchester United. The Reds were heading for their first Premier League defeat since January after Marcus Rashford’s opener for United was controversially allowed to stand. But while Jurgen Klopp’s side were unable to equal Manchester City’s Premier League record of 18 straight victories, they did rescue a point thanks to substitute Adam Lallana’s late equaliser. And it was a point that moved still-unbeaten Liverpool six points clear of City at the top of the table. As always, this podcast kicks off with the verdict of our Liverpool FC correspondent Paul Gorst, is followed by Klopp's after-match press conference in full, which includes his take on the game's big VAR controversies, before you hear the thoughts of Reds fans Ross Strachan, Alex Watt, Mark Baker, Matt Addison, Matt Whitty and Sam Planche. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

45 MIN1 d ago
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Post-Game: Adam Lallana to the rescue as Liverpool leave it late to draw at Manchester United

Behind Enemy Lines: Ferguson, Woodward, Solskjaer and why Man United have been left behind by Liverpool

The two most successful clubs in English football go head to head at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon with plenty more than just pride at stake. An 18th consecutive victory for Liverpool would equal Manchester City’s Premier League record and, more importantly, re-establish their eight-point lead at the top. Victory for Jurgen Klopp’s relentless side at the home of their biggest rivals would also underline the huge gap in quality that now exists between the clubs. Just two seasons ago Manchester United finished six points ahead of Liverpool in second. But since then the clubs have gone in completely different directions and United will go into the match a massive 15 points behind Liverpool and with the pressure growing on manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. So to find out how and why the Red Devils have suffered such a huge fall in grace, Paul Wheelock speaks to Samuel Luckhurst, the chief Manchester United writer for the Manchester Evening News. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

30 MIN2 d ago
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Behind Enemy Lines: Ferguson, Woodward, Solskjaer and why Man United have been left behind by Liverpool

View from the Kop: Alisson the difference maker and time to give United taste of own medicine

The View from the Kop Liverpool FC fans' podcast is back as Paul Philbin and Peter Harris join host Paul Wheelock to preview Sunday's massive match at Manchester United and assess Jurgen Klopp's side's incredible start to the Premier League season. Also on the agenda is defending champions Manchester City, and whether they, and their manager Pep Guardiola, have cracked under the relentless pressure applied by Liverpool, the return of Alisson and the contribution made by Adrian, and why a win at Old Trafford means more than one at Goodison Park, and why that, at long last, should materialise on Sunday. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

31 MIN3 d ago
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View from the Kop: Alisson the difference maker and time to give United taste of own medicine

Blood Red: Matip's new deal, Reds' record at Old Trafford and Klopp's midfield selection dilemma

As Liverpool prepare to return to Premier League action, the Blood Red podcast is here to look ahead to Sunday's trip to Old Trafford. Before getting onto the news out of Jurgen Klopp's pre-match press conference, Joe Rimmer, Ian Doyle and Dan Kay react to the breaking news of Joel Matip's new contract. They discuss the importance of the former Schalke man and how he's revived his Reds career since moving on a free transfer in 2016. Ahead of the visit to Old Trafford, the guys talk through the 'injury' news from Manchester United as well as Liverpool's record at Old Trafford through recent times. As always we finish with team selections and prediction, including some debate over how Liverpool's midfield should set up. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

35 MIN3 d ago
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Blood Red: Matip's new deal, Reds' record at Old Trafford and Klopp's midfield selection dilemma

Press conference: Jurgen Klopp previews Liverpool’s visit to Old Trafford

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaking to the media ahead of Sunday's return to Premier League action against Manchester United at Old Trafford. The manager speaks about the occasion of heading to Old Trafford, the rivalry between the two club's as well as speaking about the situation around opposite number Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21 MIN3 d ago
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Press conference: Jurgen Klopp previews Liverpool’s visit to Old Trafford

Analysing Anfield: Manchester United’s demise, ‘copying’ Liverpool and night and day between Klopp and Solskjaer

The international break is coming to an end, and what a game to return with: Manchester United v Liverpool. The Reds head to Old Trafford eight points clear in the Premier League and no fewer than 15 points ahead of Manchester United. Join Josh Williams and David Hughes as they delve into the statistical data behind United’s demise since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson. From David Moyes to Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, they discuss the fall from grace that’s taken place at Old Trafford both on and off the pitch. That’s prior to getting onto the man at the helm at Anfield, Jurgen Klopp, and how contrasted his progress at Liverpool has been compared to the Reds’ bitter rivals. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

74 MIN4 d ago
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Analysing Anfield: Manchester United’s demise, ‘copying’ Liverpool and night and day between Klopp and Solskjaer

Poetry in Motion: Man City's Vincent Kompany mistake and why Liverpool shouldn't rub United's nose in it on Sunday

Kick-off the build-up to Sunday's massive match at Old Trafford with the latest Poetry in Motion podcast, hosted as ever by Neil Fitzmaurice and featuring Theo Squires and Paul Wheelock. But before the panel get stuck into the Manchester United clash, they bask in Liverpool's perfect start to the Premier League season and wonder whether it has broken Manchester City. Fitzy also questions the defending champions' failure to replace their captain - with a player all too well known to Reds fans - before talk turns to struggling rivals United. This feels like the perfect chance to rub the Red Devils' nose in it, but Fitzy doesn't want that to happen and explains why. Theo then explains why it's a different Gini Wijnaldum for Liverpool and Holland, there's a bit of a transfer speculation involving Kai Havertz and Philippe Coutinho, and a lot of love for Adrian, even if the goalkeeper is set to lose his place between the posts. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

44 MIN4 d ago
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Poetry in Motion: Man City's Vincent Kompany mistake and why Liverpool shouldn't rub United's nose in it on Sunday

Paul Ince special: Liverpool, Manchester United memories and how Jurgen Klopp’s side could be a force transformed

Ahead of Liverpool’s visit to Old Trafford on Sunday we’ve been down to London to speak with the only man to have ever captained both sides: Paul Ince. From his move to Anfield in 1997 from Inter Milan to how he came to leave just two years later, we talk through his time at Liverpool, memories of playing for and against Manchester United. He has his say on the two sides in the modern era and how Jurgen Klopp has laid the foundations for more success to come at Anfield as well as Fabinho’s importance to the Reds. Plus we put him on the spot with our quickfire questions to end. Paul Ince is a Paddy Power ambassador. To read more go to http://news.paddypower.com. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

44 MIN5 d ago
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Paul Ince special: Liverpool, Manchester United memories and how Jurgen Klopp’s side could be a force transformed

The Agenda: From Hodgson derby despair to the best team in Europe

Nine years ago this weekend, just days after FSG’s takeover, Liverpool lost the Merseyside derby at Everton to slip to 19th in the Premier League table under Roy Hodgson. Fast-forward to the present day and Jurgen Klopp will take his Red Machine to Liverpool’s other great rivals, Manchester United, on Sunday as European champions and one win away from making it a Premier League record of 18 victories on the run. And it’s against that backdrop that the latest episode of The Agenda is recorded. Featuring Dan Austin and Joel Rabinowitz of Liverpool.com, they look back at the club’s remarkable transformation under FSG, but also the things the American owners have got wrong, and why they have learned from the mistakes that have blighted other clubs, including this weekend's opponents United. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

9 MIN6 d ago
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The Agenda: From Hodgson derby despair to the best team in Europe

Latest Episodes

Blood Red: Old Trafford fallout, VAR & Martin Atkinson draw criticism and time for a midfield shake-up?

Following on from Liverpool 1-1 away draw with Manchester United, the Blood Red podcast is here with a considered view on the afternoon’s proceedings at Old Trafford. Joe Rimmer is joined by Ian Doyle, Dan Kay and Theo Squires to look back on the game as Adam Lallana came up with a late equaliser for the Reds. His contribution, as well as those of fellow substitutes Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita is discussed as well as the impact of VAR. The decision not to rule out Manchester United’s opener through Marcus Rashford comes under the microscope as Victor Lindelof’s ‘foul’ on Divock Origi was not given by referee Martin Atkinson. That’s all before previewing Wednesday night’s trip to Genk as Champions League action returns and whether or not it’s time for Jurgen Klopp to shuffle his midfield pack. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

41 MIN12 h ago
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Blood Red: Old Trafford fallout, VAR & Martin Atkinson draw criticism and time for a midfield shake-up?

Post-Game: Adam Lallana to the rescue as Liverpool leave it late to draw at Manchester United

Welcome to the Post-Game podcast to react to Liverpool’s 1-1 draw at Manchester United. The Reds were heading for their first Premier League defeat since January after Marcus Rashford’s opener for United was controversially allowed to stand. But while Jurgen Klopp’s side were unable to equal Manchester City’s Premier League record of 18 straight victories, they did rescue a point thanks to substitute Adam Lallana’s late equaliser. And it was a point that moved still-unbeaten Liverpool six points clear of City at the top of the table. As always, this podcast kicks off with the verdict of our Liverpool FC correspondent Paul Gorst, is followed by Klopp's after-match press conference in full, which includes his take on the game's big VAR controversies, before you hear the thoughts of Reds fans Ross Strachan, Alex Watt, Mark Baker, Matt Addison, Matt Whitty and Sam Planche. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

45 MIN1 d ago
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Post-Game: Adam Lallana to the rescue as Liverpool leave it late to draw at Manchester United

Behind Enemy Lines: Ferguson, Woodward, Solskjaer and why Man United have been left behind by Liverpool

The two most successful clubs in English football go head to head at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon with plenty more than just pride at stake. An 18th consecutive victory for Liverpool would equal Manchester City’s Premier League record and, more importantly, re-establish their eight-point lead at the top. Victory for Jurgen Klopp’s relentless side at the home of their biggest rivals would also underline the huge gap in quality that now exists between the clubs. Just two seasons ago Manchester United finished six points ahead of Liverpool in second. But since then the clubs have gone in completely different directions and United will go into the match a massive 15 points behind Liverpool and with the pressure growing on manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. So to find out how and why the Red Devils have suffered such a huge fall in grace, Paul Wheelock speaks to Samuel Luckhurst, the chief Manchester United writer for the Manchester Evening News. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

30 MIN2 d ago
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Behind Enemy Lines: Ferguson, Woodward, Solskjaer and why Man United have been left behind by Liverpool

View from the Kop: Alisson the difference maker and time to give United taste of own medicine

The View from the Kop Liverpool FC fans' podcast is back as Paul Philbin and Peter Harris join host Paul Wheelock to preview Sunday's massive match at Manchester United and assess Jurgen Klopp's side's incredible start to the Premier League season. Also on the agenda is defending champions Manchester City, and whether they, and their manager Pep Guardiola, have cracked under the relentless pressure applied by Liverpool, the return of Alisson and the contribution made by Adrian, and why a win at Old Trafford means more than one at Goodison Park, and why that, at long last, should materialise on Sunday. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

31 MIN3 d ago
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View from the Kop: Alisson the difference maker and time to give United taste of own medicine

Blood Red: Matip's new deal, Reds' record at Old Trafford and Klopp's midfield selection dilemma

As Liverpool prepare to return to Premier League action, the Blood Red podcast is here to look ahead to Sunday's trip to Old Trafford. Before getting onto the news out of Jurgen Klopp's pre-match press conference, Joe Rimmer, Ian Doyle and Dan Kay react to the breaking news of Joel Matip's new contract. They discuss the importance of the former Schalke man and how he's revived his Reds career since moving on a free transfer in 2016. Ahead of the visit to Old Trafford, the guys talk through the 'injury' news from Manchester United as well as Liverpool's record at Old Trafford through recent times. As always we finish with team selections and prediction, including some debate over how Liverpool's midfield should set up. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

35 MIN3 d ago
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Blood Red: Matip's new deal, Reds' record at Old Trafford and Klopp's midfield selection dilemma

Press conference: Jurgen Klopp previews Liverpool’s visit to Old Trafford

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaking to the media ahead of Sunday's return to Premier League action against Manchester United at Old Trafford. The manager speaks about the occasion of heading to Old Trafford, the rivalry between the two club's as well as speaking about the situation around opposite number Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21 MIN3 d ago
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Press conference: Jurgen Klopp previews Liverpool’s visit to Old Trafford

Analysing Anfield: Manchester United’s demise, ‘copying’ Liverpool and night and day between Klopp and Solskjaer

The international break is coming to an end, and what a game to return with: Manchester United v Liverpool. The Reds head to Old Trafford eight points clear in the Premier League and no fewer than 15 points ahead of Manchester United. Join Josh Williams and David Hughes as they delve into the statistical data behind United’s demise since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson. From David Moyes to Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, they discuss the fall from grace that’s taken place at Old Trafford both on and off the pitch. That’s prior to getting onto the man at the helm at Anfield, Jurgen Klopp, and how contrasted his progress at Liverpool has been compared to the Reds’ bitter rivals. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

74 MIN4 d ago
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Analysing Anfield: Manchester United’s demise, ‘copying’ Liverpool and night and day between Klopp and Solskjaer

Poetry in Motion: Man City's Vincent Kompany mistake and why Liverpool shouldn't rub United's nose in it on Sunday

Kick-off the build-up to Sunday's massive match at Old Trafford with the latest Poetry in Motion podcast, hosted as ever by Neil Fitzmaurice and featuring Theo Squires and Paul Wheelock. But before the panel get stuck into the Manchester United clash, they bask in Liverpool's perfect start to the Premier League season and wonder whether it has broken Manchester City. Fitzy also questions the defending champions' failure to replace their captain - with a player all too well known to Reds fans - before talk turns to struggling rivals United. This feels like the perfect chance to rub the Red Devils' nose in it, but Fitzy doesn't want that to happen and explains why. Theo then explains why it's a different Gini Wijnaldum for Liverpool and Holland, there's a bit of a transfer speculation involving Kai Havertz and Philippe Coutinho, and a lot of love for Adrian, even if the goalkeeper is set to lose his place between the posts. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

44 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Poetry in Motion: Man City's Vincent Kompany mistake and why Liverpool shouldn't rub United's nose in it on Sunday

Paul Ince special: Liverpool, Manchester United memories and how Jurgen Klopp’s side could be a force transformed

Ahead of Liverpool’s visit to Old Trafford on Sunday we’ve been down to London to speak with the only man to have ever captained both sides: Paul Ince. From his move to Anfield in 1997 from Inter Milan to how he came to leave just two years later, we talk through his time at Liverpool, memories of playing for and against Manchester United. He has his say on the two sides in the modern era and how Jurgen Klopp has laid the foundations for more success to come at Anfield as well as Fabinho’s importance to the Reds. Plus we put him on the spot with our quickfire questions to end. Paul Ince is a Paddy Power ambassador. To read more go to http://news.paddypower.com. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

44 MIN5 d ago
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Paul Ince special: Liverpool, Manchester United memories and how Jurgen Klopp’s side could be a force transformed

The Agenda: From Hodgson derby despair to the best team in Europe

Nine years ago this weekend, just days after FSG’s takeover, Liverpool lost the Merseyside derby at Everton to slip to 19th in the Premier League table under Roy Hodgson. Fast-forward to the present day and Jurgen Klopp will take his Red Machine to Liverpool’s other great rivals, Manchester United, on Sunday as European champions and one win away from making it a Premier League record of 18 victories on the run. And it’s against that backdrop that the latest episode of The Agenda is recorded. Featuring Dan Austin and Joel Rabinowitz of Liverpool.com, they look back at the club’s remarkable transformation under FSG, but also the things the American owners have got wrong, and why they have learned from the mistakes that have blighted other clubs, including this weekend's opponents United. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

9 MIN6 d ago
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The Agenda: From Hodgson derby despair to the best team in Europe