Rob Gutmann on Liverpool’s need to be aggressive in the transfer market
Neil Scott on the importance of a good pre-season
Martin Fitzgerald onhaving a laugh and a sing song at the match
Two extracts from Tony Evans new book ‘I Don’t Know What It Is But I Love It’
Campo Retro Editorial by Gareth Roberts
Karl Coppack on the man carrying the dreams of a thousand Scousers on his back
David Preece on the day he met Kenny Dalglish
Andy Heaton on Roy Hodgson and the joy of seeing England fail
Craig Rimmer on the perils, pros and cons of the transfer window
David Segars on why we should be excited about the current crop of Liverpool youngsters
Kate Forrester meets Nina Pedersen, Liverpool Ladies new Danish defender
David Cook on the history of the Liver Bird
Football agent Stephen Morris on what the life of a football agent is really like.
John Gibbons on Liverpool Sound City 2014
Yaw Owusu on this years stupidly impressive LIMF line up
John Gibbons talks to Andrew Pimbley about Farm Feast, the Wirrals newest music festival
Steven Scragg on revisits the year of his birth, 1974, politics, sports and the mighty Reds.
AFTER a brief Summer hiatus, issue 11 of The Anfield Wrap’s digital extravaganza is now live and available to download via iTunes or as a web app.
In the latest issue amongst the usual suspects we’ve got Stephen Morris on the life of a football agent, Yaw Owusu on this years LIMF festival , David Preece on being briefly coached by Kenny Dalglish and two exclusive extracts from Tony Evans’ new book ‘I Don’t Know What It Is But I Love It.
That’s just a taster of what’s in issue 11, as you can see from the gallery above. If you like what we do here at The Anfield Wrap, as ever all we ask in return is that you help us spread the word about the magazine, the website and the shows. So tell your mates, your family and your colleagues, and share the links to the mag online. If you’re tweeting about the mag, please use the hashtag #TAWMAG
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// FREE PODCASTS
Weekender: Liverpool Out But Not Down
Gareth Roberts is joined by Mike Kearney, Emilia Bona and Jamie Webster to look back at the Real Madrid loss and ahead to the Leeds United game.
Also on the show John Gibbons is joined by Laura Cutter from the Invisible Wind Factory about their new Rollerdrome, and by Oobah Butler to talk about Catfish UK.