TAW On Tour: Arrival In Kiev

TAW On Tour: Arrival In Kiev

After a mammoth journey across Europe, minus air conditioning for the majority of it, The Anfield Wrap has finally arrived in Kiev. Gareth Roberts is joined by Craig Hannan and Josh Sexton to reflect on the latest happenings around the journey and later Ben Johnson...
AFQ Friday: The Lying Game

AFQ Friday: The Lying Game

TAW Player subscribers’ questions answered on ANY subject they choose. From irreverent to irrelevant, clean to obscene, basic to complex, AFQ is the chaotic sound of the pub but with listeners in control. John Gibbons, standing in for Neil Atkinson, was joined by...
PODCAST: SPORT BILLY

PODCAST: SPORT BILLY

NEIL ATKINSON was joined by Stuart Wright, Stephen Evans and John Gibbons to dissect another game in which Liverpool took the laid but failed to claim all 3 points. Direct Link – PODCAST: SPORT BILLY Podcast RSS feed. Get the TAW podcast on...
PODCAST: HEYSEL 30 YEARS

PODCAST: HEYSEL 30 YEARS

THIS is a special Anfield Wrap podcast on the Heysel stadium disaster. Neil Atkinson and Gareth Roberts interviewed Italian author Francesco Caremani, senior lecturer at Manchester University and author Geoff Pearson, football editor of the Times Tony Evans,...
CITYTALK: MR LIVERPOOL

CITYTALK: MR LIVERPOOL

NEIL ATKINSON was joined by Mike Girling, John Gibbons and Paul Cope for this weeks CityTalk. Only one really talking point, the man, the legend, the greatest player ever to pull on a Liverpool shirt. Mr Steven Gerrard. Direct Link – PODCAST: CITYTALK – MR...
CITYTALK SHOW: A THORNY ISSUE FOR RODGERS

CITYTALK SHOW: A THORNY ISSUE FOR RODGERS

NEIL ATKINSON welcomes Rob Gutmann, Mike Nevin and Mike Girling for this week’s Anfield Wrap on CityTalk show. Can Liverpool respond to a pitiful FA Cup exit against Aston Villa against Tony Pulis’ West Bromwich Albion on Saturday? Is Brendan...
LIVERPOOL: THE SLOW DEATH OF THE FANZINE

LIVERPOOL: THE SLOW DEATH OF THE FANZINE

LAST WEEK Red Issue, the United fanzine, announced that their January edition would be their last. After 25 years of following the most successful period in their history, they, like Ferguson, have called it a day. I’ve never read it and I won’t be lamenting its...