AI:PRO Podcasts

AI Pro Newsround: Reaction to Mohamed Salah - PFA Player Of The Year

AI Pro Newsround: Reaction to Mohamed Salah - PFA Player Of The Year

Gags Tandon is joined by Nina Kauser, Hatem Kadous, Simon Brundish and Mo Chatra to discuss Mohamed Salah's epic season so far in which he adds the PFA Player of the Year award to a season in which he is breaking all sorts of records. The following topics were discussed on this show: - Reaction from Nina discussing how Mo Salah's season is iconic, the effect on Muslims at home and abroad, the view from Manchester where some City fans believe Salah didn't deserve to win it. - Hatem Kadous discusses the impact back home in Egypt and the pride that Mohamed Salah is bringing everyone in Africa and the Middle East. How Mo Salah unites supporters of all races, gender or age and is becoming a symbol of unity. - Simon Brundish discusses the relief that Salah won the award and goes through the statistics this season that are making history and why Mohamed Salah was by far the deserved winner of the award. - Mo Chatra gives his view on Salah's award win but is back by popular demand, from subscribers in our Facebook group, to discuss the Champions League and how much money Liverpool could be on to earn from their run in the competition. Get all of this and more on the latest AI Pro Newsround podcast …
A-Eye Scouted: Scouting AS Roma

A-Eye Scouted: Scouting AS Roma

On A-Eye Scouted this week Dave is joined by Ryan Baldi for a slightly different type of scouting, opposition scouting. In this episode, they take a look at the strengths and weaknesses of the Reds Champions League semi-final opponents Roma. They discuss Roma's squad in depth and highlight it's stars, as well as discussing their manager and his tactical preferences …
Post Match RAW: BARE MINIMUM

Post Match RAW: BARE MINIMUM

Jürgen Klopp’s Reds could have all but ensured Champions League qualification against the rock-bottom team in the Premier League but the old spectre of defensive frailty returned to result in the concession of two points from a position of having a two-goal lead on the 70-minute mark. Trev Downey, Hari Sethi and Dave Hendrick wonder if this was a slip back into the old insecurities for Liverpool or, rather, a slight bump in the road to Champions League progression after the manager changed 3 of the back four with a view to Tuesday’s monumental semi-final first-leg against Roma …
AI Pro + Podcast: WBA v Liverpool Preview

AI Pro + Podcast: WBA v Liverpool Preview

Eddie Gibbs and Gags Tandon reflect on Klopp's press conference from Melwood, where the manager was keen to keep the focus on West Brom and a top 4 finish; and not that season defining CL semi-final with Roma. - Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal after 22 years - Consistency and Competing with Man City - Mo Salah vs Harry Kane, Battle for Golden Boot - No Mane and Firmino in PFA Team of Season - Injury Update - Winning Mentality - Key WBA Stats & Predictions - This Week on AI:PRO Get all of this and more on the latest Pro + Preview podcast …
Media Matters with John Bradley on Football Commentating

Media Matters with John Bradley on Football Commentating

On this week’s Media Matters, Gags Tandon and Nina Kauser are joined by LFCTV commentator and presenter John Bradley. For the first time on Media Matters this season we discuss everything to do with commentating and John's career. Gags, Nina and John discuss: - John's start in football commentating. - Coverage of the Russian league, how did he get into that? - Most iconic game commentated on as well as favourite goal and moment. - What skill sets are required to become a commentator. - What type of preparation is required before a game? - Do you solely commentate from the stadium or do you have to do it from studios too? - Who's your favourite colour commentator? - Thoughts on commentators on other channels. - Who was your role model as a commentator? - Discussion on players that are now co-commentators. All this and more on a fun show with an excellent guest. Make sure you tune into Media Matters …

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Latest Podcasts

In-Focus Podcast: Episode 53 - Change Management

In-Focus Podcast: Episode 53 - Change Management

Michael von Herff joins Jon to discuss the evolving organisational culture of LFC under Jurgen Klopp. What kind of manager is Klopp? What’s his core philosophy? And how is his approach getting the most out of the team?

AI Face Off Podcast: West Brom 2 Liverpool 2 Fan Reaction

AI Face Off Podcast: West Brom 2 Liverpool 2 Fan Reaction

Kay is joined by co-host Tadiwa and AI USA host, Justin Wells for a pod that covers the disappointing draw against the Albion. Topics include LFC defending, squad quality, game management, and the ref. We also spend some time on Klopp's seemingly salty parting words to WBA.

Champions League Preview: Liverpool v AS Roma - Semi-Final 1st Leg

Champions League Preview: Liverpool v AS Roma - Semi-Final 1st Leg

Andy Wales was joined by Anfield Index regular Justine Wells and AS Roma 360 writer Scot Munroe to preview the Champions League semi-final first leg at Anfield. Roma's style, tactics, key players and run in the competition were all discussed, as was what to expect from both sides on the night.

Nina Kauser Show: West Brom 2 Liverpool 2 - Post Match Show

Nina Kauser Show: West Brom 2 Liverpool 2 - Post Match Show

Nina is joined by Guy Drinkel and Oliver Emmerson as they reflect on Liverpool's draw against West Brom. The trio give their verdict on the players performance, tactics, poor officiating and answer a question on Klopp and rotation. All this and more on The Nina Kauser Show.

AI Writers: Episode 89 - Ox and Gini - What Are Their Roles?

AI Writers: Episode 89 - Ox and Gini - What Are Their Roles?

Co-hosts Leanne Prescott and Tom Holmes were joined by Sam Evans and Joseph Norton to discuss their respective articles on Oxlade-Chamberlain’s ever improving form and whether Gini Wijnaldum can fulfil a role as the No.6.

AI Channel

AI Movie Night Podcast: Alex Garland Special

AI Movie Night Podcast: Alex Garland Special

Rory Greenfield is joined by regular guest Simon Dowling and debutant Craig Gribble, to discuss the work of British writer, producer and director Alex Garland.


They discuss his unique writing style (28 Days Later, Sunshine, Dredd) and collaboration with Danny Boyle. 


They delve into his directorial debut Ex Machina, a modern masterpiece and ground breaking film that gained both critical and commercial fame.  


Plus this year’s most divisive release Annihilation, which is discussed in great detail.

AI Movie Night: Ready Player One Review

AI Movie Night: Ready Player One Review

Rory Greenfield is joined by newcomer Viktor Fagedström, to discuss Steven Spielberg’s latest blockbuster Ready Player One. 


They delve deep into the action set pieces, the films many pop culture references and performances. Plus they attempt to rank Spielberg’s work.

AI Comic Pod: Episode 59 - MCU Moments

AI Comic Pod: Episode 59 - MCU Moments

As we draw ever closer to Infinity War, join us as we take a look back at our favourite Marvel moments from the last ten years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

AI Comic Pod: Episode 58 - Infinity War Trailer Reaction

AI Comic Pod: Episode 58 - Infinity War Trailer Reaction

Stu and Rory dissect the latest Infinity War Trailer, which reveals just enough of what we’re in store for ahead of Marvel’s landmark release.

AI Horror Pod: Episode 5 - A New Beginning

AI Horror Pod: Episode 5 - A New Beginning

On episode 5, @MalJutley takes on the Beast from the East in a no holds barred battle for the love of horror. @Reyes laughs at him.


The boys trade horror films which include hillbillies, victorian murders, Zombie fatigue, Nuns, Office rage, Creep and Nicholas Cage. Occasionally they will agree.


A look ahead to upcoming horrors and promises of the next podcast being all but recorded.

LFC News

Sport Podcasts

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: All Shook Up

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: All Shook Up

On this edition of the Pro Wrestling Index, Andy Wales was joined by Mo Chatra and Guy Drinkel to discuss the WWE 'superstar shake up' and what it might mean for Raw and Smackdown. 

Pro Wrestling Index: Takeover & WrestleMania Review

Pro Wrestling Index: Takeover & WrestleMania Review

For part two of the Pro Wrestling Index review of the Wrestlemania weekend, Guy Drinkel is joined by Mo Chatra to analyse all the big matches from an exciting NXT Takeover and a stacked Wrestlemania card


Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: A weekend in New Orleans

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: A weekend in New Orleans

For part one of the Pro Wrestling Index review of Wrestlemania weekend, Andy Wales and Guy Drinkel glance across all five nights, with their highs and lows from the HoF, NXT Takeover, Wrestlemania, Raw and Smackdown

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: Hall of Takeover

Pro Wrestling Index Podcast: Hall of Takeover

With Wrestlemania almost upon us Guy Drinkel, Mo Chatra and Andy Wales looked ahead to the NXT Takeover New Orleans event, the impending Hall of Fame ceremony and their anticipation of Mania itself in another action packed Pro Wrestling Index.

Liverpool FC Articles

How Much Longer Can Harry Wilson Go Unnoticed?

How Much Longer Can Harry Wilson Go Unnoticed?

"Curiouser and curiouser!" Cried Alice. She was so much surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English."
An apt start to an article for a player who raises a lot of questions. Liverpool have a great track record of producing some fine young talents, with Jurgen Klopp no stranger to giving players a chance in the first-team. Alexander-Arnold is a testament to that, occupying a key role at right-back this season both domestically …
Liverpool v AS Roma Preview - Key Battles

Liverpool v AS Roma Preview - Key Battles

Let's get the cliche out of the way first - These are the nights that we live for!  A Champions League semifinal night is coming to Anfield for the first time in ten years, and even Roma would be daft to expect anything other than a raucous, relentless night in the stands. Liverpool slipped up at the weekend though, as shoddy defending cost them two points, as the Reds let a two-goal slip, with shoddy defending at the end of the …
Liverpool v AS Roma Preview - One More Step on the Road to Greatness?

Liverpool v AS Roma Preview - One More Step on the Road to Greatness?

The Details   Venue - Anfield, Liverpool Referee - Felix Brych (GER) Date & Time - Tuesday, April 24th 2018 @ 19:45 BST Current Odds - Liverpool 1/2, Draw 10/3, Roma 11/2 Form Liverpool Form Liverpool drew 2-2 at West Brom on Saturday after being two goals ahead in the second half. Klopp was clearly infuriated after the game and who can blame him? The manager would have loved to take all three points and get an even stronger foothold on the top …
Do Liverpool Still Need to Replace Phil Coutinho?

Do Liverpool Still Need to Replace Phil Coutinho?

Euphoria, that’s the feeling washing over most of the Liverpool supporter-sphere at the moment. Their front three are reaching meteoric heights, and their devastating influence on games has become a staple of both the Premier League and Champions League. Teams now fear Liverpool, not simply because of the goalscoring prowess, but also the knowledge that it is now harder to breach what used to be a shaky back-line. Liverpool bought the most expensive defender in world football to help fix …
Observations as Liverpool Stutter Against The Baggies

Observations as Liverpool Stutter Against The Baggies

It all seemed to be going so well for Liverpool. A much-changed side spearheaded by Danny Ings took an early lead before a second-half strike from Mohamed Salah put the away side two goals to the good. Three points heading to Merseyside and plenty of rested legs ahead of far more important games. No-one, not even the most optimistic of West Brom fans would've predicted the last fifteen minutes of the game. From 2-0 down, the home side fought back …
West Brom 2-2 Liverpool: What Went Wrong?

West Brom 2-2 Liverpool: What Went Wrong?

With 18 minutes remaining, Liverpool enjoyed a comfortable 2-0 lead against bottom club West Brom and the points were all but in the bag. The travelling supporters were in fine voice in the Midlands sunshine, revelling in Mohamed Salah's latest strike. By full time, West Brom had somehow hauled it back to 2-2 and the Reds were forced to settle for a solitary point when three would virtually have sealed the top-four spot they had been chasing all season. Promptly, …
Slack Reds Pegged Back In Share Of Spoils Against WBA

Slack Reds Pegged Back In Share Of Spoils Against WBA

Liverpool went to the Hawthorns and were pegged back by the basement team West Bromwich Albion, as the game ended in a 2-2 draw. Danny Ings and Mo Salah gave the Reds a comfortable 2-0 lead, but goals from Jake Livermore and Solomon Rondon gave Jurgen Klopp's boys a rude reality check. Starting XIs West Bromwich Albion: Ben Foster, Allan Nyom, Craig Dawson, Ahmed Hegazi, Kieran Gibbs, Jake Livermore, Chris Brunt, Matt Phillips, James McClean, Solomon Rondon, Jay Rodriguez Liverpool: …
Liverpool Player Ratings From Hawthorns Holiday

Liverpool Player Ratings From Hawthorns Holiday

Liverpool refused to get out of second gear as they shared the points with West Bromwich Albion on Saturday. With AS Roma and the Champions League firmly on their minds, the Reds threw away a two-goal lead to the pretty much-relegated side, but when there's little to play for and the referee is giving free-kicks against you when your player is punched, who's fussed? Hereeeeeee's your ratings. Nice to see you, Albie Loris Karius (6): Was quite meh on the …
Roberto Firmino: The Most Underrated Player In The Premier League?

Roberto Firmino: The Most Underrated Player In The Premier League?

Liverpool have played home to some illustrious talents over the years: Ian Rush, Kenny Dalglish, Robbie Fowler, Steven Gerrard and Luis Suarez are names that roll straight off the tongue while other far more under-appreciated stars lie in wait. Dirk Kuyt was very much of that ilk. Far from the most technically gifted player at the club, the Dutchman was always up for the big occasion, scoring the winning penalty in the Champions League semi-final against Chelsea back in 2007 …
Why Rúben Neves Would Be Liverpool's Midfield Conductor

Why Rúben Neves Would Be Liverpool's Midfield Conductor

There will always be archetypes that footballers fit into. Creators, destroyers, poachers, leaders, midfield maestros. That “maestro” trope will be overused, as is the tendency of footballing media. It’s natural to categorise, but what exactly does that trope mean? Maestro? Is he a magic-wielding passer of the ball? Is he tricky with his feet, guiding defenders one way while fully intending to go the other? Does he possess trickery or guile? Is he selfish or will he play others in? …
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