Neil, John and Andy sit down with Stephen Warnock to chat about his football career.
Karl Coppack on the Liverpool accent, or rather, accents.
Neil Atkinson on the book launch of ‘Make Us Dream’
Samantha Brocklehurst on the underground phenomen of ‘Fan Fiction’
Rob Gutmann looks back on FSG’s 4 years on charge of LFC
Craig Rimmer on Liverpool’s mercurial right-back, Glen Johnson
David Segar on Liverpool’s inability to play a game of two halves
Dave Martinez on his disdain for the FA Cup
John Gibbons review the Liverpool International Music Festival
Neil Scott on the myth that was Paul Ince
Kate Forrester and Lee O’Connor on the pseudo-science of football tactics
John Gibbons looks back on The Coral’s self titled debut album
Martin Fitzgerald on the instinct to rush to judgement and why its not always right
Sachin Nakrani on the release of a single that defined a certain generation.
Another month, another #TAWMAG in issue 13 Neil Atkinson, John Gibbons and Andy Heaton have a sit down with Stephen Warnock about his progression from Academy to the Liverpool first team and career after Liverpool, the mag is live now on both iTunes and as a web app.
Also in #TAWMAG 13 we’ve got Samantha Brocklehurst on ‘fan fiction’, Sachin Nakrani on his favourite Oasis single and how it defined a year of his life, Martin Fizgerald on jumping to conclusions, Karl Coppack on the nuances and variations of the Liverpool accent as well as loads of other boss stuff.
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