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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.

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With today marking Robbie Fowler's 45th birthday, we thought it only right to look back on 'God' and his two spells at Anfield. Guy Clarke is joined by the ECHO's Liverpool correspondent and chief LFC writer Ian Doyle to reflect on the Reds all-time top Premier League goalscorer. Having scored 183 goals in 369 games we look into his Reds career from bursting onto the scene as a teenage goalscoring sensation, into playing a vital role in both the League Cup Final and UEFA Cup Final in 2001 there's plenty to get into. How his move to Leeds back in November 2001 went down, as well as of course the reception for his return in 2006 as Rafa Benitez brought him back to the club. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, a new podcast on the Blood Red channel, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. Today, Matt Addison joins Paul Wheelock to discuss a magnificent gesture from Premier League players, led by Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson; a revealing interview from Sadio Mane, and a report that suggests Chelsea are in talks with Philippe Coutinho – and that the Brazilian is also wanted from the rivals across the park. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Analysing Anfield is back with another transfer special, as we look at who could replace Jordan Henderson, Gini Wijnaldum and Fabinho. Host Josh Williams and David Hughes pick through the data to analyse what each of Liverpool’s midfield three bring to Jurgen Klopp’s side, before considering alternatives. Barcelona’s Frenkie de Jong, Chelsea’s Mateo Kovacic as well as Atletico Madrid’s Thomas Partey and Leicester City’s Wilfred Ndidi all feature. Alternatives for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita are also on the wishlist as our tactics experts have their say. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, a new podcast on the Blood Red channel, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. Today, Sean Bradbury joins Paul Wheelock to discuss a statement from FIFA that will help the Reds and their Premier League rivals; a trip down Memory Lane for one of the great forgotten European nights; a reported boost in the race to sign Timo Werner, and another link to a name that is increasingly cropping up. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Matt Addison speaks to Spanish football writer and tactical analyst Domagoj Kostanjšak to get the lowdown on two La Liga-based players Liverpool are reportedly interested in - Sevila defender Diego Carlos, who could be a replacement for Dejan Lovren if the Croatian was to leave Anfield, and young winger Ferran Torres, whose electrifying displays for Valencia have caught the eye of the biggest clubs in Europe. Also on the agenda is Philippe Coutinho's troubles at Barcelona and the reaction to Atletico Madrid's Champions League wins over Liverpool before football was suspended across the continent. Enjoy. You can follow Domagoj Kostanjšak on Twitter @BarcaFron For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, a new podcast on the Blood Red channel, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. Today, Matt Addison joins Paul Wheelock to discuss transfers, transfers, transfers: the price tag Wolves have put on reported Reds target Adama Traore; the young Spanish winger supposedly catching the eye of Jurgen Klopp and many of his top managerial counterparts, and a link to a highly-rated Borussia Monchengladbach duo. And there’s also news of a noble gesture from Steven Gerrard and his Rangers staff. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) have reversed the controversial decision to furlough the club's non-playing staff. It was announced on Saturday that around 200 of the club’s workers were to be placed on the scheme that would see the government pay 80% of their salaries. Liverpool pledged to supplement the additional 20% to ensure no staff members was adversely affected by the worldwide outbreak of COVID-19. But the decision to use the job retention scheme put in place by the Conservatives was criticised widely criticised by supporters and by former players like Jamie Carragher. And now FSG have opted to perform a U-turn on their decision while CEO Peter Moore has written an open letter to supporters in which he says the club is ‘truly sorry’. The Liverpool ECHO’s Paul Gorst joins Guy Clarke to react to this breaking news. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
After Liverpool took steps to place some of their staff on furlough, the Blood Red podcast is here to pick the bones out of the decision The club’s choice to place some of their non-playing staff on furlough as been criticised in many quarters including by the likes of former players Jamie Carragher, Dietmar Hamann and Danny Murphy. Join Guy Clarke, Ian Doyle, Paul Gorst and Theo Squires as they discuss that issue and player wage cuts too. That’s before talking about the latest from FIFA and UEFA and Liverpool’s links with producing young talent after Harvey Elliott turned 17 on Saturday. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Following Liverpool FC's decision to furlough some staff during the ongoing coronavirus crisis, Guy Clarke and the ECHO's Liverpool correspondent Paul Gorst talk through the implications of the decision. In furloughing some of their staff, the government will now pay 80% of a salaries, while the club have confirmed they will top-up the remaining 20%. From the announcement, the reaction the club have received and whether or not they could yet go back on their decision, all matters are looked at. The significance of the Reds decision is also analysed with fellow Premier League clubs Tottenham Hotspur, Norwich City, Newcastle United and AFC Bournemouth all having taken similar action. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Liverpool may well have been eliminated from the Champions League prior to football being suspended, but here on Blood Red we continue along the Road to Istanbul. Joining Guy Clarke and Dan Kay, as we look back on Liverpool's 2-1 quarter final first leg win over Italian giants Juventus is ITV and former Radio City commentator Clive Tyldesley. Clive shares his memories of the night, having been behind the mic for ITV as Sami Hyypia and Luis Garcia put the Reds into an early 2-0 lead on a raucous Anfield evening. Having covered Liverpool and Juventus' previous meeting, the 1985 European Cup Final at Heysel, Clive recollects the feeling prior to the game with this being the first time to two sides had met, almost 20 years on from the disaster that led to 39 people losing their lives. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Liverpool have taken the decision to furlough some non-playing club staff – but those affected will continue to be paid 100% of their salary. Furloughed staff will receive 80% of their salary through the government’s job retention scheme – with the Reds making up the difference.Fellow top-flight clubs Bournemouth, Newcastle United, Norwich City and Tottenham Hotspur have also taken the decision to furlough staff after the Premier League was suspended following the coronavirus outbreak. The Liverpool ECHO’s chief LFC writer Ian Doyle reacts to this breaking news. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
On this day, just two years ago, Liverpool welcomed Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-finals. With the first leg taking place under the lights, the game was to be one of the classic European nights at Anfield. Weeks after the sale of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona, with Virgil van Dijk having arrived from Southampton in the same January transfer window, it was to be a breakout night for the Reds as they demonstrated the quality that's now become synonymous with the side. Join Guy Clarke, Paul Philbin and Matt Addison as they look back on the game, going back to when the draw was made, all the way through to the opening 31 minutes in which Mohamed Salah, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Sadio Mane's goals gave Liverpool a 3-0 lead, plus the context of the result with Klopp's side making their way to the 2018 Champions League final in Kiev. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
With the Premier League confirming it will not resume in early May, the Blood Red podcast is here to look through the statement released by the governing body. Guy Clarke, Ian Doyle, Dan Kay and Matt Addison also give their take on discussions around a 30% pay cut being discussed by the players as well as the league's £20m donation to the NHS. With Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson having also led on the issue, by contacting the other 19 club captains around the Premier League regarding the NHS, the pnale talk about the personal qualities behind Jurgen Klopp's skipper. And 24 years on from Stan Collymore's last-minute winner against Newcastle United at Anfield, the podcast rounds off by looking into some of Liverpool's other great Premier League wins. From the 3-2 over Man City in 2014 to the 5-1 against Arsenal weeks before, as well as Merseyside derby wins and much more besides. Enjoy! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
24 years on from Liverpool's dramatic 4-3 win over Newcastle United at Anfield on 3rd April 1996, we revisit our interview with match-winner Stan Collymore. The former Reds forward joined Joe Rimmer and Neil Jones back in 2018 to look back on the historic moment, as we delve into the archives. Having arrived for a British record fee, Collymore speaks about his strike partnership at Liverpool with Robbie Fowler, how close he felt Jurgen Klopp's side were to success back then, prior to reaching the 2018 Champions League final in Kiev, as well as why under Roy Evans the Reds were perhaps never quite able to take the final step to securing major silverware. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Whilst we’re on the break from football due to the situation we find ourselves in, every so often we’ll be trying to sprinkle in a chat with someone from within the game, of a Liverpool persuasion. Here on Blood Red Wigan Athletic manager Paul Cook talks to Guy Clarke about what the break in play has been like to deal with from a manager’s perspective, what he makes of Jurgen Klopp’s Reds as well as what makes them such a formidable unit, plus he gives his thoughts on the qualities captain Jordan Henderson brings to the Reds. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, a new podcast on the Blood Red channel, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. Today, Matt Addison joins Paul Wheelock to discuss why UEFA’s decision to postpone the Champions League and Europa League is good news for Liverpool, why James Pearce is rubbishing reports about Raheem Sterling and Sadio Mane, a story that underlines why the Reds are transfer market masters, and some words about Timo Werner which will only whet the appetite further about the striker's possible move to Anfield.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Don't worry, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino aren't going anywhere. But what if they were? Or even still, if they never played for Liverpool, which players are out there that fit the same profile and ability-level? Josh Williams and David Hughes are here to take on that exact challenge and look through the kind of players they believe Liverpool could well be keeping tabs on, in case an opening arose in the Reds' front three. From Jadon Sancho, Kai Havertz and Timo Werner, to Diogo Jota, Leon Bailey and even Federico Chiesa, the guys throw the suggestions out there, each picking two players to fill each of the three striking roles at Anfield. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, a new podcast on the Blood Red channel, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. Today, Sean Bradbury joins Paul Wheelock to discuss stories involving a Premier League scenario Liverpool fans will love, the future of the Reds players out on loan, an update on the race to sign Jadon Sancho, and talk of Raheem Sterling making a shock return to Anfield. Surely not? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Join Paul Wheelock and Matt Addison for an Academy Show with a difference. There is a wrap-up of where the Under-18s and Under 23s stood before the season was brought to a standstill; why the first of those two sides, in particular, will be keen for football to return sooner rather than later; the latest on the Reds' search for a replacement for Neil Critchley, as well as talk about Harvey Elliott, who turns 17 this weekend. But the feature of the podcast is Matt's list of top-10 players coming through the Academy ranks at Kirkby. It's an interesting listen - remember the names! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, a new podcast on the Blood Red channel, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. Today, Matt Addison joins Paul Wheelock to discuss stories involving Philippe Coutinho, Dejan Lovren, a new date for the Premier League’s return, and why, if events had turned out differently, Liverpool would already have been crowed champions in front of their supporters. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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Comments (23)

Karma Gurung

enough with this beer ads

Dec 13th
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Jason Lamont

Don’t get complacent lads. Only takes 2-3 draws and the chasing pack are right back in it. VVD gets a ligament injury and we’re proper struggling.

Dec 13th
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Steve Kell

Great signing for that money, no brainer for me 😀

Dec 12th
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Adedayo Oke

Will be nice if the panel don't talk under their breath so we can hear what they are saying. Happens too many times 😕

Nov 7th
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Damian Watson

Great listen 😊

Sep 15th
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Michael Kane

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Jul 16th
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Duncan McLaughlin

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Jul 11th
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Anonymous

when was the mentioned tale of two cities podcast?

Jun 12th
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James Park

can only hear audio via left.. weird

May 29th
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Rachel McCann

Love the podcasts, but does anyone else skip over Owen Thomas on the post match shows ? He's obviously passionate but I find him annoying !

May 3rd
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Nathan Marston

Matt. arrogance doesnt make a good podcast. huddersfield worst team you ever seen? we played well tonight but its not like they didnt have there chances too. just dont be a gobshite in your 2 min stint

Apr 27th
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Steve G Smith

Tremendous pod. Brilliant 'insight' into what can directly affect a result. Well done! And there's your title - Insight.

Feb 21st
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DJ SVEER

Never commented about a podcast before despite being a podcast addict from footy to true crime to random stuff, but think the comments below are slightly harsh to say the least, I love the difference of journo/fan aspect to contrast the other 4 Liverpool podcasts I listen regularly to, plus the amount put out and for free too has quenched my thirst for LFC content over the last year and I highly recommend this podcast. Allez allez allez

Jan 13th
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Jackson King

for the love of god get rid of the 1800s style pundit

Jan 4th
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Tommy Hannon

awful podcast. 4 guys repeating each other. an insights?

Sep 27th
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Darren McManus

Terrible podcast all round - one lad doesn't watch any foreign, international or even other prem games!!!!! the Firmino discussion was laughable. Klopp takes him off to reserve his energy for the next game. The usual moan stand comment is a bit critical after listening to you lot.

Aug 17th
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Matthew Teichmann

what's with all the crinkling sound in today's poetry in motion!?

Apr 6th
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Ste Astley

think ringo Starr was blaggin about being at the match when call got booked it was forest final replay not arsenel

Feb 27th
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Ste Astley

that Mark hook fella sounds like ringo Starr 😂

Feb 27th
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saga ali

I really didn't want him to leave yet

Jan 6th
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