NEIL ATKINSON, Alison McGovern, Mike Nevin and Melissa Reddy are on top of a swaying tower talking about Daniel Sturridge, Jordan Henderson and Simon Mignolet.
All the Simon Mignolet.
They also talk about the forthcoming game against Swansea and the previous game against Bordeaux. All the Bordeaux.
Think all agree that Sturrridge is in last chance saloon – both with Klopp and the fans.
Oh and can you ask Alison McGovern to try and avoid using the word ‘like’ at least twice a sentence. You know, like, its doing me head in, like.
Keep up the good work!
I asked that some time ago, like. Apart from her annoyingly lazy language the show was excellent, particularly the bit about Sturridge. Klopp has called him out, I wonder how he will react?
Last chance saloon, like? Don’t think so like, it’s not what Klopp was saying, like.
The sarcasm was necessary for your double negative swipe. But at least you kept it brief.
Already the doubters are beginning to crawl from under their stones
How you come to that interpretation , only a gobshite like you would know.
Crawl back under your stone, like.
I love Allison on the show. The line up today was well balanced and enjoyable to listen to. Keep up the grand work! Well worth the subscription.
Good show as usual but if you can politely resist any future urges to invite Alison back, like, it would be, like, much appreciated..
Studge is ridiculously talented and we all want him fit and banging in goals again but I think he probably has until the end of the season to make a meaningful impression on Klopp before he is cast aside and replaced permanently. It’s a tough call but I just get the impression that Klopp isn’t into carrying passengers long term, especially ones costing the club £150k per week. If Studge can’t show he’s dependable this season then why would Klopp plan for the future with him in it?
Mignolet on the other hand isn’t ridiculously talented and probably has until the end of the season (if he’s lucky) to think about which team he’d next like to join. One of my favourite players when I was younger was Bruce Grobbelaar who was infamous for many things including making the most horrendous mistakes. But Brucey was usually forgiven for his errors because he had huge talent and charisma and if nothing else, he was committed and positive. I just hope there is some truth in the rumours about Klopp looking at bringing in a promising young (and probably lesser known) German keeper.
Reckon we’ll beat Swansea 3-2 and would really like to see Ibe and Lallana get a goal if possible. They’ve both improved of late under Klopp and it would another boost for their confidence if they can start chipping in with goals too.
If either Kolo or Lucas get a goal then stand by for a carnival in the stands! :-)
If Alison McGovern would have had her way in the summer backing Liz Kendall, Osborne would have faced fuck all opposition to cutting tax credits.
So with that said, why would anyone want to hear her on Dan Sturridge’s foot? Because she’s sound and a friend of the show, right. Great…
I’m by no means a fan of Ms McGovern, however if she’s been invited on to the show by the TAW team, why does anyone think they have a right to comment who is invited on to the podcast discussions and on how they speak.
Furthermore, I despise the Tories as much as the next socialist but as this podcast’s subject is about all things footy, iit would be good to follow the spirit of TAW and refrain from personal political comments and remain objective towards the shows content.
How exactly are the TAW lads going to get subscriber feedback on the guests, which formats work or do not work, who’s doing really well and should get on more shows, etc if we do not let them know?
Isn’t this a better place for the feedback than Twitter or Facebook?
I think it is.
I’ve always wondered why and how players salaries continue to be drawn down during long absences. Presume the club have insurance to offset – I genuinely don’t know how it works and is rarely discussed. Perhaps someone could share any insight ?