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Neil Atkinson is joined by Gareth Roberts, Stuart Wright and Paul Johnson to discuss Liverpool’s 1-1 draw against Tottenham Hotspur.
The Reds were on top and should have converted their superiority into a clear lead but instead were pegged back. Is it two points dropped or a good draw at a tough opponent?
Further, what about Daniel Sturridge and him not featuring until the last five minutes? There was also the matter of Matip – his league debut went reasonably well. And what was Wijnaldum about?
Everything that you need about Liverpool vs Spurs is within and please – pass it on.
Last 2 free podcast have no link to download it can’t only be me right?
I was thinking the same thing. Can’t listen on my phone if there’s no link.
If you right-click (or Control U in Chrome) and select View Page Source, then search for m4a you’ll find the link at http://traffic.libsyn.com/theanfieldwrap/TAW290816.m4a
Pop that URL in your browser, then you right-click and select “Save as ..” – hope this makes sense.
People who think Coutinho can play *now* like Modric plays *now* (or played last season) must not have watched either player carefully enough.
The only way I would even consider playing Coutinho in the ‘2’ of a 1-2 CM setup would be if Lucas were the 1 and Henderson were his partner in the ‘2’.
No, I wouldn’t try it with Can as the ‘1’ or with Stewart.
Coutinho is notorious for not “defending our offensive actions/game” well enough, and for giving up on his defensive units if his first attempt at dispossessing an opponent fails.
Expecting Coutinho to be a satisfactory #8 in a 1-2 CM setup is like expecting a very talented, and quite limber 280-lbs power-lifter to be an accomplished ballet dancer.
Completely agree with you GrkStav. I like Coutinio as a player but he does do this little half hearted tackle come skip when players go past him. They then have momentum to go past the next man or make the past. Yet, I often hear that he is good defensively on podcasts. I also think he has outstanding moments but seldom has outstanding games.
Nice to hear Coutinho being discussed…not doing nearly enough for the team. A great point made above that he has great moments but not great games.
Sturridge is suffering for a starting place as Klopp wants more from him….the fear is Coutinho could go the same way. Our two ‘best’ players being dropped as they can’t do the basics of what Klopp wants….?