A different episode for you this week, Josh Williams is joined by Mo Stewart to get stuck into the questions that YOU have been asking throughout this international break. The main talking points are; Klopp's best Liverpool side, Jude Bellingham, Liverpool's transfer model, the front three & current form.The lads get through as many questions as they can before bringing the podcast to a close by discussing Julian Ward's transfer strategy & Diogo Jota, enjoy.
Thiago Alcantara and Diogo Jota made a huge difference for Liverpool against Ajax midweek. Matt Addison is joined by Paul Gorst and Sean Bradbury to discuss the performance of the team and the duo, plus what comes next for Jurgen Klopp, who now has a couple of weeks to work on things during the international break.The panel also discuss the performance of Jude Bellingham midweek as he scored and played very well against Manchester City and the ludicrous claim from Brazil that Liverpool had already grown tired of Arthur Melo a fortnight since he signed.
The Athletic's Simon Hughes and the Daily Mirror's David Anderson join Steve Hothersall to reflect on Liverpool's 2-1 win over Ajax. There's praise for Thiago Alcântara's performance while they ask if Trent Alexander-Arnold's Liverpool future lies in midfield. Plus, is Andy Robertson's regular starting place under threat from the impressive Konstantinos Tsimikas, and there's appreciation for Tuesday's match winner Joël Matip and the returning Diogo Jota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Etter marerittet i Napoli, sørget Joël Matip for en sein Liverpool-seier mot Ajax med sitt første Champions League mål på ni år. Dermed er Champions League-gruppa igjen helt åpen, og Liverpool tok i hvert fall ett steg nærmere å være seg selv igjen.Arve Vassbotten har med seg Torbjørn Flatin i «Pausepraten – The Kopite Podcasten».Her er temaene:(Tidskoden kan avvike noe på grunn av reklame) 00:39: Etter tapet i Napoli, sa Klopp at de måtte finne tilbake til seg selv igjen. Har Liverpool klart det? 03:12: Sist var det bare tre spillere som fikk godkjent, nå var det bare tre som ikke holdt nivået. 03.56: Dette var plussene fra møtet med Ajax. 05:41: Dette er fortsatt bekymringsfullt. 08:55: Mohamed Salah var tilbake på scoringslista omsider, og spilte foran sammen med Luis Diaz og Diogo Jota. Hvordan klarte dette trekløveret seg? 13:43: Thiago tilbake på midtbanen. Hva er det med han som endrer Liverpool? 15:48: Van Dijk og Matip tilbake i midtforsvaret, og da så det mer solid ut både defensivt, men også på offensive dødballer. 18:46: Kostas Tsimikas kom inn for skadd Robertson, hvordan klarte han seg? 19:55: Trent Alexander-Arnold mistet fotball-EM på grunn av skade. Nå spiller han for en plass i VM-troppen til England, men defensivt må man vel kunne si at han har hatt bedre perioder ... 24:03: Stefan Bajcetic er nå den yngste Liverpool-spilleren i historien i en kamp i Champions League eller serievinnercupen. 17 år og 326 dager gammel ble han kastet inn da Liverpool skulle sikre seieren. 26:29: Det blir noen spesielle uker nå uten kamper, og dermed får Klopp ekstra tid på treningsfeltet fram til landslagspausen i neste uke. Slik Liverpool har sett ut i det siste, er det en fordel eller en ulempe for laget med den lange pausen? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Join Patrick Smith for a bumper edition of the Post-Game Podcast after Liverpool beat Ajax 2-1 at Anfield in the Champions League thanks to a late headed winner from Joel Matip!Up first is the Liverpool ECHO's Ian Doyle and Paul Gorst's verdict from Anfield, followed by Jurgen Klopp's Press Conference, TWO Bonus interviews in the Mixed Press Zone with Virgil van Dijk and Diogo Jota, rounded off by the view from The Kop with the fan reaction.
Jurgen Klopp speaks to the media ahead of Liverpool's clash with Everton in the Premier League this weekend at Goodison Park. The manager spoke about new loan signing Arthur and also gave updates on injured players, including the much-missed Diogo Jota!SUBSCRIBE TO OUR LFC STREAMING SERVICE: http://www.redmenplus.com- Buy Our Merch: https://www.redmenmerch.com/- Award winning Independent Liverpool FC fan channel.- Click the link to get in touch
Tom Canton is joined by Bailey Keogh to dissect the latest Arsenal news, including the debate of when or if Kieran Tierney and Takehiro Tomiyasu will come back into the starting eleven.Plus, they preview this Saturday's game against Bournemouth, as well as discussing whether Fabio Vieira's role can cover us up top if he can become 'our Diogo Jota' Enjoy!
Welcome back to the Agenda Podcast!Patrick Smith is joined by Liverpool.com Editor Matt Addison and Football Journalist David Lynch to discuss the rising concern around Liverpool's attacking situation, following Darwin Nunez's red card and the absences of Roberto Firmino and Diogo Jota.
Jota Contract Done, Firmino and Keita Next? Watch the full show: https://theredmentv.com/jotas-new-deal-journo-insight-with-neil-jones/On this week's Journo Insight Show on Redmen Plus, Neil Jones gave his thoughts on Diogo Jota's new contract, as well as the negotiations for new contracts for Naby Keita and Roberto Firmino.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Klopp Speaks On Jota's Contract | Fulham v Liverpool | Jurgen Klopp Pre Match Press ConferenceJurgen Klopp speaks to the media ahead of Liverpool's trip to Craven Cottage on the opening game of the their Premier League season!He spoke about Liverpool's injury situation, Diogo Jota's contract and how ready Fabio Carvalho and Darwin Nunez are to take on the Premier League!SUBSCRIBE TO OUR LFC STREAMING SERVICE: http://www.redmenplus.com- Buy Our Merch: https://www.redmenmerch.com/- Award winning Independent Liverpool FC fan channel.- Click the link to get in touch
Episode 129: Liga Bwin opening weekend preview. Latest transfer reports & rumors. Big 3 & SC Braga updates. Another episode, another two young players to highlight in Portugal. Jurgen Klopp praises Diogo Jota. Marco Silva talks about Fulham's challenges in the upcoming Premier League season.
Join Peter Hooton, Stephen Monaghan, Keith Culvin and Stephanie Jones for the latest episode of Allez les Rouges!With Liverpool's 22/23 season just around the corner, the quartet react to pre-season and look ahead to Saturday's early clash with Fulham, as Jurgen Klopp's men bid for the Premier League Title.There's mention of the newly extended contract of Diogo Jota, discussion around whether Darwin Nunez has earned a starting role, and a special mention to Ste Monaghan who has left the Spirit of Shankly after many years of fantastic service.Enjoy!
Scott Saunders, Graeme Bailey & Sean Walsh bring you this week's Talking Transfers, and on today's show discuss Chelsea's plans to revolutionise their defence with Marc Cucurella, Wesley Fofana and potentially Denzel Dumfries. There's the latest on James Maddison's Leicester future and interest from big clubs in Jamie Vardy, as well as more on Cristiano Ronaldo and Frenkie de Jong. The guys also discuss Diogo Jota's new deal and Roberto Firmino's Liverpool future.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The 2022/23 season is well and truly underway as Liverpool have hoisted their first piece of silverware of the campaign against Manchester City in the Community Shield and joining Neil Fitzmaurice to react to that is the Liverpool ECHO's Joe Rimmer & Tom Cavilla.The lads discuss the instant impact that Darwin Nunez has made in his Merseyside career as well as Diogo Jota's new deal that will keep him with the Reds until 2027. Before the finish, the trio look ahead to the beckoning Premier League campaign as Liverpool travel to Craven Cottage to kick things off against Fulham.
On today's episode Dave looks through the LFC related news and gossip. He also discusses the Community Shield win on Saturday! Also, Diogo Jota has signed a new deal!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/theanfieldindex. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome back to another episode of the most must listen Liverpool FC podcast on the e-streets, you are of course locked in to Kop End Fracas. This week we have an all-star line up for you as Krish is joined by Glam and Peter to discuss all things in the world of LFC. During the show, the guys discussed: - Diogo Jota's new contract - Community Shield win - Darwin Nunez performance - Fulham Preview And much more! We are having a live show on the 4th September! Find out more and secure your ticket today - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/394261234967 Watch our In-Depth, Scouting Report of Liverpool's No 9 Darwin Nūnez over on YouTube today! - https://youtu.be/nsMstpkF6Fc Love what you hear? Want more Kop End Fracas content? Then gain exclusive content and perks by subscribing to our Patreon, today! - https://www.patreon.com/kopendfracas Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ste is here to react to the news that Diogo Jota has signed a new contract at Liverpool, one that will keep him at Anfield until 2027!SUBSCRIBE TO OUR LFC STREAMING SERVICE: http://www.redmenplus.comBECOME A YOUTUBE MEMBER NOW AND GET EXTRA PERKS!:https://bit.ly/3OMuTFs- Buy Our Merch: https://www.redmenmerch.com/- Award winning Independent Liverpool FC fan channel.- Click the link to get in touch
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been speaking with the media ahead of Saturday's Community Shield clash with Man City. The German gave the latest team news, confirming Alisson Becker will miss the game through injury along with Diogo Jota. Klopp was also asked about the importance of the game as well as about the Women's Euro 2022 Final between England and Germany. Enjoy.Get exclusive podcasts direct to your inbox every week for FREE by joining the Blood Red Club. Sign up at http://www.bloodredpodcast.co.ukWatch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/
Liverpool saw their first glimpse of Darwin Nunez and Fabio Carvalho on Tuesday and will see more of them against Crystal Palace on Friday - though Diogo Jota is awaiting the results of a scan after sustaining an injury in training.Matt Addison is joined by Paul Gorst and Theo Squires, with pre-season, the lucrative shirt sponsorship extension with Standard Chartered, Raheem Sterling's move to Chelsea and much more on the agenda.
With Darwin Nunez added into an already exciting Liverpool attack, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp has plenty to think about heading into the new season - with Mohamed Salah, Diogo Jota, Luis Diaz and Roberto Firmino also in the mix.Mo Stewart is joined by Matt Addison and Ben Bocsak to discuss how Liverpool will look in attack next season, the combinations to look forward to watching, and how the likes of Fabio Carvalho, Harvey Elliott and Curtis Jones can also supplement the options.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has responded to speculation linking the Reds with a move for Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham.Guy Clarke is joined by Paul Gorst and Rich Garnett for the latest Blood Red podcast to discuss the interest in Bellingham.There is also the latest on Liverpool looking to open contract talks with Diogo Jota as well as reaction to the Reds arriving on their Far East pre-season tour ahead of facing Manchester United in Bangkok on Tuesday.
Look, we've got a solid, solid chance at a Triple, we have to celebrate that fact. We also discuss the amazing immediate impact of Diogo Jota and Luis Diaz, the resilience to fend off Villareal, and what it looks like to go up against Real Madrid in a Champions League final once again.
Madness in Madrid, Luis Díaz's world-class impact at Anfield and Betis welcome Barça. With the dust settled on the Champions League semi finals, Host Feargal Brennan is joined by Squawka's Chief Writer Muhammad Butt and Football España Editor Alan Feehely to look back on a pair of wild European nights. After reviewing the bonkers UCL action, the team Enter the Comparison Matrix to analyse the Premier League's most prolific front threes. As Liverpool welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Anfield with their quadruple dream still alive, the panel tries to pick the perfect front three from the stacks of attacking talent that will be on show. In the red corner, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mané, Roberto Firmino, Luis Díaz, Diogo Jota. In the blue corner, Harry Kane, Son Heung-min, Dejan Kulusevski and Lucas Moura. To cap it off, a trip to Spain as Copa del Rey winners Real Betis face Xavi's Barcelona with a place in the top four on the line.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has called on his side to treat Saturday's FA Cup Semi-Final with Manchester City ‘like a final'.The Reds take on Pep Guardiola's side fresh from making it through to the last four of the Champions League, as well as competing with City for the Premier League title.Klopp also gave the latest team news update, revealing Diogo Jota could be a doubt for the visit to Wembley.
Episode 123! The team are back in full as Mark makes his triumphant return from his 2 game suspension. We open with the biggest game of the season as City and Liverpool play out an intense 2-2 draw and discuss what that means for this ever so tight title race. Where does this rank in terms of Premier League rivalries and title race quality? We then move on to Arsenal's humbling defeat to Brighton at home as we assess the damage it has done to the race for the Top 4. Free scoring Spurs has Tanya confident that her boys can make it to Europe's elite competition whilst Man Utd's embarrassing defeat at lowly Everton is cause of great joy for the team. What's the punishment looking like Ronaldo following his spat with the young Everton fan? All that plus discussion on the relegation battle and the champions league! Be sure to follow on Instagram and Twitter @WTATLOfficial and subscribe on your platform of choice.
A fantastic game at the Etihad leaves City one point clear of Liverpool in what is turning out to be another very tense finale to a Premier League season. City were excellent and will feel a hint of disappointment not taking all three points, but to be in the driving seat at this stage is a real positive. De Bruyne opened the scoring – he now has six goals in his last six matches – only for Diogo Jota to equalise. Gabriel Jesus re-established City's lead with a fine finish from Joao Cancelo's superb delivery, but Sadio Mane's goal just after half time brought Liverpool level again. After the game, we heard from Pep Guardiola and Kyle Walker – and joining us in the Matchday Live studio were Shaun Goater and David James. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Formação completa pra discutir o jogo mais aguardado da temporada! City x Liverpool corresponderam todas as altas expectativas, e até o Ulisses Neto resolveu aparecer pra falar desta partida com João Castelo Branco, Natalie Gedra e Renato Senise! Será esta a maior rivalidade dos quase 30 anos de Premier League? Senise teve um bom fim de semana para a aposta entre ele e o João! E o Everton, não vai cair então? Entrevistas com Gabriel Jesus, Diogo Jota, Allan e Alex Telles. Além do sonho de termos a Shakira no nosso podcast… Vem com a gente!
Liverpool remain just one point behind Premier League leaders Manchester City following a 2-2 draw at The Etihad Stadium.You're listening to the Post Game Podcast with Patrick Smith after an absolute thriller of a match between the two greatest teams in the league, if not the world.City took an early lead through Kevin De Bruyne, but the ever reliable Diogo Jota maintained his unbelievable form this season, equalising for the Reds shortly after for his 21st of the season.It certainly wasn't a vintage first half from Jurgen Klopp's side to put it lightly, as the hosts grabbed a second through Gabriel Jesus and perhaps could've had an even healthier lead heading into the break.Liverpool burst out from the break in the second half and Sadio Mane scored the final goal of the evening to make the score level at 2-2 within a minute of kicking off.The result means the title is now technically out of Liverpool's hands, and they will need City to drop points in their remaining seven fixtures, if the title is to return to Merseyside.But as for today, we've got all the quality reaction you need to that Premier League Classic, with the Liverpool ECHO's Paul Gorst's Verdict, Jurgen Klopp's press conference, and the reaction from the Reds Supporters.
Ahead of tonight's Champions League quarter-final first leg tie with Benfica, we bring you a special build-up podcast from Lisbon as Ian Doyle is joined by Paul Gorst to bring you a 'retro' feel to Blood Red alongside the returning Neil Jones and James Pearce. Ahead of kick-off in Portugal the panel debate and discuss Diogo Jota's influence at Liverpool as he returns to his homeland before moving onto the influence Thiago Alcantara could have for the Reds in a crucial month. James and Neil also share their views on the ongoing saga around Mohamed Salah's future before the panel pick their teams and give a score prediction. Enjoy.Visit http://www.bloodredpodcast.co.uk to join the Blood Red Club and receive exclusive podcasts and video content direct to your inbox every weekWatch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/
The Athletic's James Pearce and football writer Steven Beacom join Steve Hothersall to reflect on Liverpool's 2-0 win over Watford. The guys discuss Diogo Jota's knack of scoring vital goals as well as a below par display from Mo Salah. Plus they look ahead to the Benfica and Manchester City matches, while it's congratulations to Liverpool FC Women after they secured a return to the WSL.
Liverpool were temporarily top of the Premier League after they defeated Watford 2-0 at Anfield in Saturday's early kick-off thanks to goals from Diogo Jota and Fabinho.You're listening to the post game podcast with Patrick Smith after a huge title race win for the Reds that saw them claim top spot in the Prem, though unfortunately Sean Dyche and Burnley have done us no favours as City look to regain their slim one point lead.Liverpool and City will of course meet next weekend on Sunday the 10th, sandwiched between the two clubs' Champions League Quarter-Finals.But as for the Reds, a superb header from the 5 foot 8 aerial threat Diogo Jota following a Trent-esque cross from slot-in right back Joe Gomez opened the scoring.Watford were persistent all afternoon and managed to keep the Reds at bay, until Juraj Kucka decided to rugby tackle Diogo Jota off the ball during a corner, and VAR rightly awarded a penalty which was slammed home by Fabinho.Jurgen Klopp has now won 160 of his first 250 Premier League Games, more than Sir Alex Ferguson, Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger, is he in the conversation for the greatest?We've got plenty of expert reaction for you on the post game pod this afternoon, with Ian Doyle's verdict from the Press Box, Jurgen Klopp's Reaction from the Dugout, and the voice of the fans from the stands.
Welcome to the latest edition of First State Kopites. It's episode 31 of season 3 - a podcast for Liverpool supporters in Delaware and friends of those Liverpool supporters. Thanks for listening on your preferred platform, we are available on ALL of them (and on YouTube). Joined by Daz and Sean this week to muse on the International Break and look ahead at 9 potential games in April. After Liverpool labored at times in the FA Cup quarter final at Nottingham Forest. A Diogo Jota put us through to a semi-final against Manchester City on Easter weekend - which I mentioned only to highlight the FA's ability to disregard the outside world when it comes to generating revenue. In between we've had the international break: Any highlights? USA has (almost) qualified for the Qatar world cup Lance Corporal America? A Luis Diaz gem How well is football working for the nation states? Has all that money at the top ended of the game reduced our enjoyment? Let's take a look at the upcoming games: Starts with Watford early Saturday and ends early at Newcastle Benfica in the Quarter Final of the Champions League City on successive weekends United and Everton at home Late April (if we beat Benfica) it could be Bayern at home on April 26th/27th Risk factors: Trent injury? Other injuries and/or Covid Squad rotation? We'll be back next week after the Watford game. Thanks to Daz and Sean - if you enjoyed the podcast, share it with a friend. Follow us on Twitter - we only tweet and re-tweet from sources we think are credible.
Episode 120!The team are back, one man down but in high spirits as for the first time in a while all their teams won this weekend.The conversation kicks off with the amazing Leeds comeback against Wolves at Molineux. From Wolves' capitulation to Ayling's attempted Robbie Keane celebration! There is also a discussion about Jesse Marsch's start as Leeds manager.The celebration police seem to be out in full force, should teams celebrate wins with their fans?That led onto Arsenal's big win at Villa Park, much needed 3 points and one step closer to the Champions League. The team talk about the Young Gunners and where they should strengthen should Champions League qualification be secured.Elsewhere big Tans is beaming as her Spurs swept West Ham aside, keeping Spurs right behind Arsenal for that coveted 4th spot. Tans talks about Spurs' front line before talking about Spurs' run in and how it compares with Arsenal's.Focus switches over to the FA Cup, there were wins for Chelsea, City and Palace, with a lot if praise for the Eagles young players and manager.Mark breaks down what was a tough away fixture at Nottingham Forest, but Liverpool secured their passage to the semi's where they will meet City. There is also talks of the quadruple, find out what Mark thinks about it!There is also time for some questions from Instagram, all that and more!Follow us for weekly episodes!
The quadruple is still on for Liverpool after they survived a stern test at a bouncing City Ground last night. There goes Diogo Jota again, must remember to thank him.Marcus and Jim are joined by Lars Sivertsen for a jam-packed Ramble, as Crystal Palace moonwalked through Everton while Chelsea and City also booked their semi-final tickets. There's also more bonkers Barclays, as Wolves shot themselves in all four paws and Spurs got a vital win against West Ham!Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Liverpool Keep Quadruple Dream Alive As Man City Showdown Awaits | Blood Red PodcastAs Liverpool book their place in the last four in the FA Cup, the Blood Red Podcast gets stuck into the big talking points.Guy Clarke is joined by Paul Gorst, Ian Doyle and Joe Rimmer to review the action at the City Ground as Diogo Jota's goal saw off Nottingham Forest.Plus, with the international break now upon us the panel consider how far the Reds can go in each of the remaining competitions.#LFC #LiverpoolFC #LiverpoolQuadruple
Liverpool will face Manchester City in the Semi-Finals of the FA Cup after the Reds beat Nottingham Forest 1-0 thanks to a Diogo Jota goal.You're listening to the post game pod on the Blood Red Channel with Patrick Smith following a successful quarter-final at the City Ground, and Jurgen Klopp's side will travel to Wembley once again, in the hunt for the quadruple.Championship Nottingham Forest put up a brilliant fight and didn't make it easy for the Reds, who fought for a hard-earned 1-0 win.This means the Reds will now face City in consecutive weekends in two crucial fixtures in the Premier League title race, and of course, the FA Cup Semi-Final.It's certainly going to be a busy April!
Full time at the Emirates and it has finished Arsenal 0 Liverpool 2 as goals from Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino secure absolutely massive win in the context of the title race for Liverpool.In addition, The Reds will move top of the Premier League table before Man City play again should they beat Watford after the international break.Join Patrick Smith for Paul Gorst's verdict, Jurgen Klopp's press conference and the fan reaction to that huge win as Liverpool place the Premier League title race in their own hands.
"I Don't Think About Man City a Lot" | Arsenal 0-2 Liverpool | Klopp Press ConferenceJurgen Klopp speaks to the media after Liverpool closed the gap to Manchester City with a big 3 points against Arsenal at The Emirates. Second half goals from Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino won it for The Reds after a nervy opening 50 minutes.Subscribe to Redmen Plus on www.theredmentv.com for loads of bonus shows, exclusive interviews and an array of top quality documentaries.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
For Matchweek 29, the neophytes discuss: the Chelsea scenario the Haaland to City rumors the title race is Everton really gonna be relegated also... Tim features Liverpool's impressive 2-0 win Nate discusses Wolves back-to-back wins and a USA tour this summer Chris laments not recording last night to celebrate their victory over Spurs, but instead moans about their Champions League exits and always... Knowing is half the battle (Diogo Jota's real name) red cards (x2) American watch (Marsch gets his first win) hair watch (we have a new bald) Lock It In Music is 'We Back Baby' by DJ DENZ The Rooster --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soccer-neophytes/support
Arsenal 0-2 Liverpool | The Final WhistlePaul and Chris give their immediate thoughts as Liverpool closed the gap to Manchester City with a big 3 points against Arsenal at The Emirates. Second half goals from Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino won it for The Reds after a nervy opening 50 minutes.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira slams the decision to award Liverpool's Diogo Jota a penalty after VAR intervened, more Spurs fans aim their frustrations at Daniel Levy after losing to London rivals Chelsea, Mikel Arteta bemoans Arsenal lack of ruthlessness in front of goal and there's news from Brentford about the imminent arrival of Christian Eriksen. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Liverpool reach the Carabao Cup Final after beating Arsenal thanks to a brace from Diogo Jota, The Gunners won't win any silverware this year after exiting another cup competition, Dirk Kuyt reveals that Luis Suarez ‘loves Steven Gerrard' and hopes they reunite at Aston Villa and Amir Khan claims that his upcoming grudge match with Kell Brook is bigger than fighting for a title. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bailey Keogh is joined by Chris Davison to dissect Arsenal's Carabao Cup semi-final defeat to Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium. Diogo Jota's goals proved to be the difference as Jurgen Klopp's side sealed a Wembley date with Chelsea towards the end of February. Following the discussion between Bailey and Chris, hear from Mikel Arteta as the Spaniard dissects the disappointing result. Enjoy.
Tom Canton is joined by Chris Davison to dissect Arsenal's 0-0 draw against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg. Granit Xhaka was sent off in the first-half for a lunge on Diogo Jota but Mikel Arteta's young Gunners held their nerve to earn a massive result at Anfield. Following Tom & Chris's review, hear from Mikel Arteta speaking with the media following the brilliant result. Enjoy.
In Episode #127 of the Squeaky Bum Time Podcast, Mike and Laurent go in on the narrative around games being focused on refereeing decisions and not on the matches themselves. Tottenham and Liverpool play an incredible 2-2 draw and we're talking about ref's and VAR? WHAT ARE WE DOING? Tottenham batter Liverpool, unlucky to only get a point. Who saw THAT coming?! Andy Robertson with a Gordie Howe Hat Trick! In the Premier League! Diogo Jota steps up in a rare game where Mo Salah goes missing thanks to... Ryan Sessegnon?! Harry Kane, Heung-Min Son, Dele Alli combine for five big chances missed. Mike might have an ulcer Chelsea sputter again. This time in a 0-0 draw with Wolves. Larg has Wolves as one of the best defenses in the league. Arsenal join in on the Leeds pile on by beating them 4-1 at the Emirates. Has Arteta has found his Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang replacement in Gabriel Martinelli? Manchester City are the Albert Pujols of Football. A machine, metronomic and a destructive force taking down Newcastle United 0-4 Follow us on Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/squeakybum_pod/ (@SqueakyBum_Pod)), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/squeakybumtimepod/ (@SqueakyBumTimePod)) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/squeakybumtimepodcast (Squeaky Bum Time Podcast)) to stay up to date! Part of the Chop Sports Media Network!
Join Bailey Keogh and Hush Kerai for their reaction to Arsenal's 4-0 defeat to Liverpool. Goals from Sadio Mané, Diogo Jota, Mohamed Salah and Takumi Minamino inflicted more Anfield misery for Mikel Arteta's side and ended the Gunners' 10 match unbeaten run in all competitions. Plus, we bring you Arteta's full post-match press conference following the defeat at Anfield.
The Anfield Wrap free podcast looking back over Brentford 3 Liverpool 3 in the Premier League at the Brentford Community Stadium. Neil Atkinson hosts John Gibbons, Rob Gutmann and Mike Kearney... Brentford 3 Liverpool 3... a) A missed opportunity. b) A crazy game. c) Emotions seemed to play a massive part to me; Liverpool got swept along repeatedly. Embracing chaos may sometimes be good but not in that one. d) The equaliser at 3-3 felt a bridge too far. None of the back six play well... a) And they have been playing very well. Defensive line a clear problem. b) Credit to Brentford and especially Toney/Mbuemo whose movement was excellent. c) Liverpool aren't good at the bits. Brentford centre mid three very compact. d) Brentford get encouragement early, just as it looks like Liverpool will be putting the hammer down. e) Encouragement is a thing. Every single time it feels like Liverpool have the game where they want it, they give Brentford a reason to believe. f) e.g. the save from Diogo Jota. The chances Liverpool have... a) And chances to find chances. b) Scoring three away from home should be enough. c) However I understand needing to get two clear. The Mo Salah and Sadio Mane double chance. d) Again, encouragement. The sub... a) He makes it because he was making it. b) Leads to our best period of the game. But... c) He can make two more and had a really good bench. d) Mad game to come into, I grant you. The state of play... a) Manchester United and Chelsea also dropping points. b) All roads to next weekend. Porto then... a) Manchester City on the horizon. Changes to be made? b) Porto deserved to beat Atletico away if anyone deserved to win that game. Not mugs. Subscribe to TAW Player for more The Anfield Wrap reaction to Brentford 3 Liverpool 3, as well as reaction to all the news and events that matter to you…
The Anfield Wrap free podcast after Liverpool 2 Burnley 0 discussing Diogo Jota, Harvey Elliott, Naby Keita, Sadio Mane and the defence. John Gibbons hosts Rob Gutmann, Ian Salmon and Josh Sexton, as they also react to the Xherdan Shaqiri news and look ahead to Chelsea. Subscribe to TAW Player for more Anfield Wrap reaction to Norwich City 0 Liverpool 3, as well as reaction to all the news and events that matter to you…