The Anfield Index Podcast The Anfield Index Podcast for Liverpool supporters by Liverpool Supporters!

September 30, 2015  
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Nick Truss returns to the hosting chair joined by Zak Forster, Leroy Mah and Kris Johnson for a fantasy football sandwich with some Merseyside Derby filling. Find out if you won our Manager of the Month award as well as hearing the results of last weeks £65 Million challenge! It's @AIFantasyFooty
September 30, 2015  
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On the Merseyside derby edition of the PL Preview pod Hari is joined by two two knowledgable AI regulars to chat through Liverpool's win (yes, win) against Aston Villa and look forward to the Reds' trip to Goodison. 

Host of the Jumpers for Goalposts pod, Jan Gorski-Mercir and the Europa League Preview Pod's Marco Lopes discuss the importance of the Derby and how they think both managers will approach the fixture. 

Will Daniel be dancing? 

Will Lukaku pick up where Gestede left off? 

Have a listen and let us know your thoughts!
September 30, 2015  
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On a special Merseyside Derby edition of The Runner, Sachin Nakrani is joined by Joe Rimmer, digital sports journalist at the Liverpool Echo, and David Downie, producer at Radio City, to preview Sunday's huge encounter at Goodison Park. The lads look at what the match means for Brendan Rodgers and why Everton go into it as favourites. They also discuss their standout Goodison Derby moments and explain what a Wool is.
September 29, 2015  
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So after another wondrous win the lads are back, and so is dead Trev. We discuss the implications of the Villa game in which we revelled in being just about acceptable. We talk about the coming season under Brodgey and his phenomenal press utterances. We have a special interview with friend of the pod and architect of the We are Everywhere Us book in which Trev wrote a whole chapter dedicated to Phil. We close out admitting we know nothing about FC Red Bull Star Sion, the upcoming merseyside derby, cake farts and practicing your kissing. Its the Daytrippers.
September 29, 2015  
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Gags Tandon welcomes Jim Boardman and Simon Brundish as they chew the fat over Liverpool's win against Aston Villa. After an ice breaker talking about TV shows they discuss the game, Daniel Sturridge, Phil Coutinho, Danny Ings, Simon Mignolet and then focus on Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers! All this and more on the Anfield Index Podcast!

September 28, 2015  
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Host Andy Wales is joined this month by Dave Caren and Dylan Baker. They review September’s matches and discuss the speculation surrounding Brendan Rodgers. They also give out their Player of the Month and Goal of the Month awards and answer your Twitter questions. There’s the LFC Word Association Game and the panel give their score predictions for all of October’s matches.
September 28, 2015  
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Following on from the stale draw vs Bordeaux in the Europa League Group Stage campaign, host Marco Lopes (@FootyML) is joined by Swiss journalist David Lemos (@davidlemos), and fellow Anfield Index regulars Sachin Nakrani (@SachinNakrani) and Joseph Cousins (@JCuzzy1) for the preview of the visit of Sion.  On the menu: the history book is opened with the lads reminiscing about the Spice Boys; the educational deep dive segment about Liverpool’s opponents; and the usual attempts at the tactical punches to figure how Liverpool are going to win this match.
September 26, 2015  
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Gags Tandon is joined by Nina Kauser, Harinder and Dan Rhodes as they discuss the Liverpool win against Villa at Anfield... in a CAR!!

September 26, 2015  
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Hendrick and Gennaro are back! It's the Happy Hour (and a half) and we are discussing life after Brendan. After going back through the highs and lows of Brendan Rodgers' career at Liverpool FC Dave explains what Liverpool would look like under Klopp and what it would be like under Ancellotti. It's the best hour of your week. Get joyful people.

September 25, 2015  
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Daniel Rhodes and Mihail Vladimirov are back with another Tactics podcast brought to you by the Tomkins Times!


How much tactical potential does the current squad have? Including: what's lacking, what will work and the most suitable formations against specific opponents. Analysing 4-2-3-1, 4-1-2-3 and 4-2-2-2, and picking the players who suit it the most. Bingo. Assuming the 4-2-2-2 formation, having to breakdown a deep defence, who plays: Mignolet, Clyne, Can, Sakho, Moreno; Allen, Henderson; Coutinho, Firmino; Sturridge, Ings. Do you agree?

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