Neil Atkinson hosts this week’s free podcast as Gareth Roberts, Ian Salmon and Rob Gutmann dissect Liverpool’s 0-0 draw away at Southampton.
Could changes have come sooner? Does it feel like two dropped points?
Who were the stand out performers?
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Gutted about dropping points but deffo not the end of the world. I’d prefer to still be top of league and making the pack chase us but I’ll settle for there or thereabouts at this stage with our next run of fixtures compared to Chelsea’s.
Other than some wayward finishing we did pretty much everything right against Southampton. With that standard of performance we would have ordinarily won against most teams, including the ones who can defend as resolutely as Southampton did. If it wasn’t raining they could have put Karius’ kit straight back into the kit box as not used.
Special mention to their vocal home ‘support’ who ironically didn’t actually do much of the supporting stuff. Had a quick look prior to the game on one of their forums to judge the mood and expectations and instantly was faced with the most popular thread entitled “Which Liverpool player would you most like to see get his legs broke today?”. The bile and hatred towards Lovren and Lallana was off the scale and Lovren took the brunt of it during the game, although he thankfully seems to have now managed to block it out and played well. What a bunch of sad little cunts they are…
We deffo missed Lallana, what a player he is becoming! His work rate, intelligent pressing, link up play and just that little bit of magic to change a game was sorely missed. Hope we get him back soon.
Roll on Sunderland..
Great podcast. Massive footie fan and RED, who also takes in some rugby.
I wish it would be the same for beer in the stand for football AND rugby.
I agree in general that all footie fans are painted with the same brush.
However, to suggest that you get trouble at both football and rugby in
equal measure is just wrong.
Without giving endless amounts of examples, as long as West Ham keep
kicking off in/outside their new stadium in 2016 (as if it is 1983) this won’t
I appreciate all the arguments you make for yourselves and your mates, and I gather
you are a great set of lads. But there are plenty keen on starting a ruck in football
crowds to this very day.
Can’t see it happening but it would be nice.