Our Weekender has Mel Reddy, Paul Senior and Adam Melia looking back on Liverpool’s first defeat of the season. What did Liverpool do well and what went wrong? How special was Hazard’s goal? Then Neil Atkinson speaks to Rory Smith about the cycle sides can end up tangled up in using Manchester United as an example.
Timo Tierney talks about Tea Street Band’s new album and the importance of it charting well. Paul Senior lets us in on Motel’s fifth birthday plans.
Then we look ahead to the big one on Saturday night. Chelsea The Second.
The show starts with Neil mentioning this GoFundMe appeal in the memory of Mike Woodburn. Please donate if you can.
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I’m afraid Jurgen let one get away (make that 2 — points). Dude, we love you, but Mo hasn’t been the same since Ramos broke him. Everyone can see that. John Milton could see that, and he’s dead. Until he sorts it out, Danny should start. Also, this was a possession game. It was like watching a really good Italian national side with a chance to win the World cup. In such a game there is no place for Henderson. So, Keita in; Danny in; gooooaaaaalllllll (-azzo). How long did that take? Nonetheless, it was a thrilling game, Allison was terrific, as was the other keeper, and this should be a race to remember.