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The Gags Tandon Show: Impromptu!

The Gags Tandon Show: Impromptu!

Gags Tandon bumps into Jassi Sidhu whilst in Liverpool and well, they record a podcast! Listen to their discussion on all things going on right now with Liverpool FC and what Jassi's outlook is like for the summer and next season!
Episode 162: Interview with @LFC_LGBT

Episode 162: Interview with @LFC_LGBT

Kay hosts member of the Supporters Committee and Founder of Kop Outs, Paul Amann, to discuss issues in the LGBT community as it related to society, and football in general. We view the topic from the perspective of society in general within England, with football, from a fan perspective, and from a player perspective. We also talk about the role of the relevant authorities, the power of the fans, and some of the initiative and programmes LFC and Kop Outs are involved in.
The Anfield Rant: Episode 12 - Back In The Saddle

The Anfield Rant: Episode 12 - Back In The Saddle

After a long hiatus The Anfield Rant is back with host Armando Angulo and he is joined by special guest, Justin Wells. The two discuss the latest internet uproar, analyze where the club are and what to expect this summer. All this and more on stop 1 of The Anfield Rant’s comeback tour. Presented by the Anfield Index Podcast Channel.

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The On The Box Podcast: Discussing The Leftovers

The On The Box Podcast: Discussing The Leftovers

Gags Tandon and Joe Connors team up once again to discuss a series that recently ended: The Leftovers! They go through a short spoiler section and then discuss their favourites from the show and their performances. They also discuss the main story arcs and the mysteries that were never answered! They end by discussing the series finale and last scene! All this and more... On The Box!
The AI Comic Pod: Episode 40 - Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 Review

The AI Comic Pod: Episode 40 - Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 Review

James Gunn returns with both barrels locked and fully loaded, to deliver another awesome adventure. Rory and Stu review this years most anticipated release. We are Groot.
On The Box Podcast: FRIENDS

On The Box Podcast: FRIENDS

Gags Tandon is joined by Joe Connors and Mike Williams once again but this time they are covering the blockbuster TV sitcom from the past... FRIENDS! The guys talk their favourite characters, odd facts and discuss much, much more about the show!
On The Box Podcast: What We Are Watching On The Box

On The Box Podcast: What We Are Watching On The Box

Gags Tandon is joined by Joe Connors to discuss what they're currently watching on TV, what they'd recommend to the viewers after what they've already watched in 2017 and finally what they're looking forward to with the shows that are coming in the second half of 2017! All this and more On The Box!

Sport Podcasts

AI Legends Podcast: Discussing Jamie Carragher

AI Legends Podcast: Discussing Jamie Carragher

Myself, Joe and Harinder talk about one of our favorites, Jaime Carragher. His LFC career, what kind of person/player he is, international career, some funny stories along the way and how he doesn't get enough credit for the player he was!
AI Legends Podcast: Discussing Kenny Dalglish

AI Legends Podcast: Discussing Kenny Dalglish

Joe, Dave and Jan talk about the King himself!! His playing career at Celtic and Liverpool. His role in Hillsborough and how great of a man he is. All that and more in this episode of Legends.
AI Legends Podcast: Discussing Thierry Henry

AI Legends Podcast: Discussing Thierry Henry

On another Legends podcast Stevie and Joe talk everything Thierry Henry. Was he Arsenal's best ever, PL best player ever? Did Arsenal win enough with the team they had? What kind of player was Henry? We talk his whole career from Monaco to NY Red Bulls.
Deuce Bags Podcast: Episode 7 - French Open Preview

Deuce Bags Podcast: Episode 7 - French Open Preview

In the relaunch episode of Deuce Bags, Bijon and debutant Shankar (@shankarmony) join the host Srikanth to talk about the big news items in Tennis The Panel discusses the return of Sharapova and also Federer's pull out. This is followed by a discussion on Nadal and his resurgence. The group talks about the interesting Djokovic and Agassi combination and how that might play out. The podcast ends with looking at the draw and predictions..

Liverpool FC Articles

One Year of Sadio Mané

One Year of Sadio Mané

It's been a year since Sadio Mané joined Liverpool, and in that time he has defied and surpassed all expectations. In his first season, the 25 year old scored 13 league goals and provided 5 assists in 26 games; we can only speculate how impressive his statistics would have been if not for Mané getting injured near the end of the season, and being called up to the Senegal national team for the African Cup of Nations. His signing was …
Why Isn't Left-Back a Bigger Priority for Liverpool?

Why Isn't Left-Back a Bigger Priority for Liverpool?

The most interesting thing about the transfer window so far is how little thought and effort is being put into the full-back areas at Liverpool. Last summer, a BBC poll indicated that only 7% of Liverpool fans were happy with the left-back situation, which was comfortably the unhappiest any fans were about any position in the entire division. Whilst that poll is hardly conclusive, it’s a damning indictment of Alberto Moreno, who is expected to move on this summer, which …
Diouf and Gerrard: The Spat That Kept Spitting

Diouf and Gerrard: The Spat That Kept Spitting

"'Stevie G' was a very good player, people like him in Liverpool but he never did anything for his country. I am Mr. El Hadji Diouf, Mr. Senegal, but he is Mr. Liverpool and Senegal is bigger than Liverpool and he has to know that."
Well, somebody let Diouf near a microphone again and he just can’t resist gabbing on about his favourite topic. He’s brought up his, ahem, ‘spat’ with Steven Gerrard. The above quote amuses me. …
Discussing Liverpool's Alternative Options To Naby Keita

Discussing Liverpool's Alternative Options To Naby Keita

Having hit the Bundesliga by storm during the 2016/17 season, Naby Keita has attracted rife interest from across the globe. Jurgen Klopp has identified the midfielder as one of his priority targets this summer, but with RB Leipzig set to dig their heels in and rebuff any approach for their star man, Liverpool may need to look elsewhere. I asked some of the Anfield Index writers who they would like to see at Anfield should a move for Keita fail …
Here's To You Roberto Firmino

Here's To You Roberto Firmino

With Saturday marking Roberto Firmino's two year anniversary at the club, now is the perfect time to assess how the Brazilian has fared for Liverpool since his arrival. Roberto Firmino signed for Liverpool on the 24th June 2015 from 1899 Hoffenheim, in a fee around £29m. Firmino had enjoyed categorical success in Germany - in the 2013/14 Bundesliga season he was the joint top scorer and was named the Breakthrough Player of the Season. He had become an instant fans’ …
Mbad Idea: Liverpool Already Have Their Number 9

Mbad Idea: Liverpool Already Have Their Number 9

Reports of Liverpool’s chase for Kylian Mbappe have lingered throughout May and June.  The Reds have been tracking him for quite a while and have not been put off by his rocketing notoriety or his price-tag.  Good for them.  Let’s be honest, if he were signed it would change perceptions among supporters and rivals alike and Jurgen Klopp would find an effective way to use him. However, with Mané a key addition last year and Salah brought into the fold last …
How Should Klopp Use His Forwards?

How Should Klopp Use His Forwards?

With Mohamed Salah signed, attention naturally shifts to prospective signings in midfield and defence. However, with the Under-20 World Cup winner, Dominic Solanke, added to the ranks, Liverpool now have a large group of offensive players readying themselves for the coming season. How then should Klopp use and manage this group of very different, and talented players; will a formation switch get the best out of them, and should Klopp look to trim down this attacking group? In the most recent …
Can Coutinho start alongside Lallana In Midfield?

Can Coutinho start alongside Lallana In Midfield?

Liverpool's signing of Mohamed Salah, and Coutinho's success in a no.8 position at the end of the 2016-17 season is widely expected to herald Coutinho's move to the midfield permanently. However, for the coming season, providing Liverpool stick with a 4-3-3, let alone use the 4-4-2 diamond that featured against West Ham and Middlesborough in the penultimate and ultimate games of the season, it seems hard to accommodate for both Coutinho and Adam Lallana in midfield. Whilst Lallana and Coutinho …
Why Lallana should still be lining up in Liverpool's midfield next season

Why Lallana should still be lining up in Liverpool's midfield next season

With the imminent signing of Mo Salah it looks increasingly certain that Philippe Coutinho will be moved back into midfield next season to add some much needed creativity from deeper areas. The Reds found it hard to break down teams who played with a low block last season, therefore, having someone like Coutinho on the ball more often in central areas, dictating the play can only have a positive impact on the team. However, due to this change many fans …
Alternatives to Virgil van Dijk – Part 2

Alternatives to Virgil van Dijk – Part 2

In Part 1, I analysed why Benedikt Höwedes of FC Schalke 04 should rank highly on Liverpool’s list of alternative centre-backs to Virgil van Dijk. Before reading this Part 2 article, please also see Part 1 for an overview of Liverpool’s defensive weaknesses and the profile of centre-back needed for Klopp’s current style and systems of play. You can find it here. Nota Bene At the time of writing this Part 2 article, recent unfortunate events affecting my primary target …
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