Liverpool FC podcasts from the Liverpool ECHO, including our main Blood Red show with Ian Doyle, Joe Rimmer, Paul Gorst, Sean Bradbury, Caoimhe O'Neill, Connor Dunn and Theo Squires; Neil Fitzmaurice's Poetry in Motion; Peter Hooton's Allez Les Rouges; Analysing Anfield with Kristian Walsh and Josh Williams, and Post-Game, Behind Enemy Lines and View from the Kop with Paul Wheelock
The Agenda: How Liverpool Solve Darwin Nunez Attacking Dilemma | Carvalho, Elliott, Transfers
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.
Blood Red: Darwin Sees Red, Liverpool Make Faltering Start & One Way It Can Be Fixed
As Liverpool drop points for the second successive Premier League outing to start the new season, the Blood Red podcast is here to react.
Guy Clarke is joined by Paul Gorst, Sean Bradbury and Joe Rimmer to analyse the 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace, Darwin Nunez being sent-off as well as how Liverpool can repair the damage done so far.
Whether or not the Reds will make a move in the final two weeks of the transfer market is also debated along with the impact of the injury crisis the Liverpool squad is facing. Enjoy
Post-Game: Darwin Nunez Mindlessly Sent Off On Anfield Debut As Reds Held | Liverpool 1-1 Crystal Palace
Liverpool are still winless in the Premier League this season after Crystal Palace hold them to a 1-1 draw, as Darwin Nunez loses his head, and then uses his head, in a stupid, mindless sending off.
Welcome along everyone to the Post-Game Podcast with Patrick Smith after Liverpool made their long awaited return to Anfield, but it was certainly not a classic night under the lights of the kop.
On tonight's show we have a joint-verdict from the ECHO's Ian Doyle and Paul Gorst, Jurgen Klopp's Press Conference, and the reaction of the Anfield faithful.
Behind Enemy Lines: "He's Like Vieira 2.0!" | Liverpool v Crystal Palace Preview
Behind Enemy Lines is BACK after a long absence during the Summer break, Patrick Smith returns alongside the Morning Star's Gene Sylvester to preview Liverpool v Crystal Palace.
Poetry in Motion: Liverpool Return To Anfield After Fulham Disappointment & A New Deal For Harvey Elliott Amid Midfield Question
Neil Fitzmaurice is back with his brilliant Poetry in Motion Podcast!
It's a truly star-studded show this week, with the Liverpool ECHO's big-hitting duo of Paul Gorst and Joe Rimmer sinking their teeth into Liverpool's disappointing Premier League opener against Fulham, before looking ahead to Monday's clash with Crystal Palace at Anfield.
With talk of Harvey Elliott's new contract, the Man United protest rumours ahead of Liverpool's trip to Old Trafford, and much more, this is an episode not to miss!
Blood Red: Harvey Elliott Can Solve Liverpool Midfield Problem as Crystal Palace Next
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp knows that most Reds fans are talking about the possibility of a new midfield signing, but will not panic in the transfer market - with Harvey Elliott a potential solution ahead of Crystal Palace.
Ian Doyle and Keifer MacDonald join Matt Addison to chat through the latest Liverpool talking points before previewing Monday night's Anfield fixture, including making their team selection and scoreline predictions.
Nailed that Tchouameni pronunciation!!! Inspiring us all by bettering yourself one pronunciation at a time! 🤣 Absolutely love everyone at the Echo and on the Blood Red channel. As an American (unfortunately) Liverpool supporter, it’s channels like these that give you everything you need to know about the club and the city. It makes you feel like you’re sat there on Merseyside with them. Guy leading the line doing his best Darwin impression, Ian Doyle as James Milner, though I’m not sure the lactic tests are comparable. Theo and Matt, very much our wingbacks with the delivery they offer week in and week out. Truly thankful for you guys. YNWA
Great content but…
All, can we get some better production values for the pod. Content and presenters are great but sound is awful, intro playing over host’s opening remarks, guests at different sound levels than host…… you can do better.
Today’s edition of the podcast was excruciating to listen to. An extended double-header reporter reaction was painful to listen to. While on-site reporting inevitably might have some background noise, tonight’s sounded like a whole orchestra of fingernails on a chalk board. In future, perhaps, skip that piece if the sound doesn’t reach a standard quality. This was an ugly, uncomfortable cherry on a terrific win for the Reds.