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Liverpool FC podcasts each week from the Liverpool Echo sports desk with Andy Kelly, James Pearce, Ian Doyle, Neil Jones, Kristian Walsh and more.

Liverpool FC podcasts each week from the Liverpool Echo sports desk with Andy Kelly, James Pearce, Ian Doyle, Neil Jones, Kristian Walsh and more.
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United Kingdom

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Liverpool FC podcasts each week from the Liverpool Echo sports desk with Andy Kelly, James Pearce, Ian Doyle, Neil Jones, Kristian Walsh and more.

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English


Episodes

Blood Red - The midfield muddle, rotation and how players can cope with nervy Anfield

12/15/2017
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Olympic gold medal winner and huge Liverpool fan Sam Quek joins LFC editor Andy Kelly and writer Kristian Walsh to look back on the WBA game. Sam discusses how rotation affects an elite athlete and how players can learn to cope with a nervous crowd at Anfield

Duration: 00:51:22


Allez Les Rouges in NYC

12/14/2017
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Our regular host The Farm frontman Peter Hooton travels to New York City to watch the Merseyside derby and the WBA game. Meet members of the Official New York Liverpool Supporters Club at their base in the 11th Street Bar before Peter travels up to Carraghers bar on 39th Street to watch the game against the Baggies.

Duration: 00:52:29


Anfield Extra - Disgraceful derby decisions, and not just from the referee!

12/12/2017
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In the final Poetry in Motion podcast of 2017 (boo hoo!), host Neil Fitzmaurice is reunited with his 'Christmas elves' Neil Jones and Joe Rimmer to reflect on the Merseyside derby. Fitzy gives his take on the penalty, and on Klopp's team selection. The panel also ponder Ragnar Klavan's rise and wonder why nobody is talking about Mo Salah's brilliance this week...

Duration: 00:38:38


Merseyside derby madness, Klopp's selection nightmare and why Porto draw is ideal

12/11/2017
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In the latest Blood Red podcast, host Neil Jones is joined by James Pearce and Joe Rimmer to reflect on a disappointing Merseyside derby at Anfield. They discuss THAT penalty decision, Dejan Lovren's naivety, Joe Gomez's excellence and Sam Allardyce's tactics. We also react to the Reds' Champions League last 16 draw, and preview West Brom's visit this Wednesday.

Duration: 00:31:04


Blood Red - Jan Molby special on Spartak romp, Champions League hopes and the Merseyside derby

12/8/2017
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Liverpool FC legend Jan Molby joins the ECHO's James Pearce and Andy Kelly to look back on the Reds' 7-0 destruction of Spartak Moscow, look ahead to the Champions league draw and preview the Merseyside derby, as Jan remembers his first clash with the Blues as well as the one everyone remembers him for

Duration: 00:46:34


Anfield Extra - Irresistible Liverpool, Gomez the future and why derby confidence is justified

12/7/2017
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In the latest episode of Poetry in Motion, host Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by Neil Jones and Kristian Walsh to look back on a brilliant win over Spartak Moscow. The lads discuss Joe Gomez, Emre Can, Jordan Henderson - and look ahead to Sunday's Merseyside derby. Scared of Sam Allardyce? Not this time!

Duration: 00:58:08


Wijnaldum moving backwards, Robertson exile ended and why Liverpool must avoid 'Ding Dong' in Europe

12/4/2017
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Five goals, three points, one centre back. Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool machine keeps rolling on - and not even illness can stop them right now. There were plenty of talking points from the Amex Stadium, not least the team-sheet. Emre Can and Gini Wijnaldum both started in defence, but there was more familiarity at the other end as the usual suspects but the Seagulls to the sword. LFC Editor Andy Kelly is your host for this episode and is joined by Kristian Walsh and Joe Rimmer. The lads are...

Duration: 00:47:44


Liverpool get away with it, underrated Mo Salah and overrated Joel Matip

11/30/2017
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Experienced football operative Ian Doyle is joined by equally experienced Liverpool reporter James Pearce, similarly experienced LFC editor Andy Kelly and not quite as experienced ECHO reporter Kristian Walsh to debate a chilly win at Stoke City, a possible red card for Simon Mignolet, the ongoing impact of Mohamed Salah and a trip to a land far, far away - Brighton. Also includes Kristian disagreeing with himself.

Duration: 00:53:17


Idealistic Jurgen Klopp, changing Liverpool's substitutions and defending Jordan Henderson's statistics

11/27/2017
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Fortysomething football scribe Ian Doyle is joined by the even older LFC editor Andy Kelly and significantly younger ECHO scribe Paul Gorst to look back at the draw with Chelsea, contemplate rotation and ponder a Wednesday night in Stoke.

Duration: 00:46:29


The Moreno conundrum, Henderson discussed and why Chelsea visit is perfect for Saturday night

11/24/2017
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Host Andy Kelly is joined by James Pearce and Paul Gorst as they look ahead to the Reds' visit from Chelsea

Duration: 00:35:17


Allez Les Rouges - Liverpool's hunt for leaders after Sevilla and why Moreno can't take all the blame

11/24/2017
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We start at HT in Sevilla with host Peter Hooton and guest Keith Culvin discussing that first half before we hear the incredible noise which greeted Sevilla's equaliser. There's anger at the FT whistle before the panel reconvene to analyse the game with pod regulars John Nicolson and Stephen Mongahan back in Liverpool.

Duration: 00:45:38


The Sevilla surrender, fighting too many fires and why this Liverpool will never win any trophies

11/22/2017
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In a Champions League special, veteran wordsmith Ian Doyle is joined by LFC editor Andy Kelly and ECHO reporters Neil Jones and Joe Rimmer to look back at the dramatic draw in Spain and what it all means.

Duration: 00:41:07


Anfield Extra - Will Chelsea be the next victims of Mo-vember at Anfield?

11/21/2017
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In the latest episode of Poetry in Motion, Neil Fitzmaurice is joined by regulars Joe Rimmer and Neil Jones to look back on a nice, routine, Salah-inspired win over Virgil Van Dijk (and Southampton) and to look ahead to big games at home and abroad in the coming week. The panel ponder the latest rumours surrounding Daniel Sturridge, ask just how good Mo Salah can be, and Fitzy confirms that no, he cannot get you any tickets to see Peter Kay!

Duration: 00:47:46