Neil Atkinson hosts The Anfield Wrap which mostly involves running around Liverpool City Centre being late for things and then running his mouth off. He has also written and produced a feature film.
Scouser born and bred and still owns a purple bin. Football writer at Joe.co.uk Used to say ‘Momo Sissoko’ with a Wirral accent when speaking on the radio and often mistaken for old fellas at the gym.
Follow the Reds home and away and calculate odds and that. You can probably bet that I’m watching some form of sport right now. NFL telly clapper and known as ‘Phil the thrill’. Apparently.
I’m a season ticket holder for both Liverpool and Liverpool Ladies, who I travel to watch home and away.
Former writer for Through The Wind and Rain and a whole host of others who are desperate for copy. Troubled with the modern world, grimaces at ball playing centre halves and frowns at fancy dan back heels. Apt to talk about the magnificence of Ray Kennedy wherever possible. Debut novel. And What Do You Do is available on Kindle download (not about footy). @thecenci on Twitter.
A late-to-the-party Liverpool fan born in 1991. Write about the footy for FourFourTwo, Eurosport and others. Helps run The False Nine (thefalsenine.co.uk ). On the twitter too: @jrgdutton
Former Football Editor of The Times of London and also the author of Far Foreign Land: Pride and passion the Liverpool way. Formerly leader of the brass section in The Farm.
Upper Centenary knobhead who has had under 20 showers in his life as he prefers to lie in the bath with a massive bag of pic n mix and a JFK book.
Journalist and Dirk Kuyt enthusiast who is often angry about something. Likes cats more than most people. @kateforrester
Season ticket holder for 20 years. Trumpet player with various projects. (Self proclaimed) Face of the Liverpool Music Scene.
Lover of all things Liverpool. Kids himself he could still do a job if the call came, just. Season ticket holder for 20 years. Bar owner. Refuses to grow up.
Journalist, admirer of Fabio Aurelio, Jari Litmanen, those kind of lads.
Writer and hoster of TAW stuff. Award winning something. Philanthropist.
I was once, age 12, the national Street Fighter II Turbo Champion, this is a true story
Football writer for national newspapers including The Independent and The Telegraph, Simon has also written the books Secret Diary of a Liverpool Scout, Red Machine: Liverpool FC in the 80s and Men in White Suits: Liverpool FC in the 1990s.
Ticket’s in the Kemlyn. I’ve officially got the second best wriggly arm dance going. Hodgson nearly killed me.
Mike made his Liverpool debut at Wembley in 1974; crossing over with Shankly. He’s also been a season ticket holder since the 1982-83 title year.
Author of “On the March with Kenny’s Army” – the story of the 1985-86 League and Cup Double season, Mike has been a regular Anfield Wrap contributor since 2011.
He is a consistent presence on the TAW Player show, “What We Call History”. His weekly Friday column on the website discussing the Reds’ current fortunes jostles between balanced analysis and occasional full-on rant.
A Londoner by birth, an avid follower of the Reds since 2002. Love to play, talk and write about footy. Jordan Henderson look-alike (apparently). On Twitter: @joel_archie
LFC Correspondent for Goal UK. Counter-pressing on TV and Radio. Probably talking about Phil Coutinho. Proudly South African, with a home away from home in Liverpool.
Match-goer of 26 years, editor of TAW and dad of two. Favourite player is John Barnes but Steven Gerrard runs him close. @robbohuyton on Twitter.
Manager of Mold Alexandra FC in the Cymru Alliance Division, Uefa B Licence, member of FA Coaches Club and Registered Lawyer under The FA Football Agents Regulations.
Orrell Park native. Exiled in Yorkshire for over two decades. Gave up season ticket in 1986, like an idiot. Has written stuff for Well Red, Late Tackle and the LFC website, among others. Warbreck Wanderers Player of the Year, 1981/82. Disappointingly risk-averse.
A lifelong Red from a distance. Born and raised in Sussex by Scouse parents. Spent four years in Liverpool while at university and now working in London. Has been on the season ticket waiting list since the first Elizabeth was on the throne. Previously written for ExtraFootie, BWIN Betting and Well Red magazine and has a personal blog at http://passnmove.tumblr.com/. Can be found on Twitter @whichdave. Favourite players include Patrik Berger, Jari Litmanen and Albie Moreno (purely for the fume).
Sub editor. Too young to witness the glory days. First memories are the Treble and Gary Mac’s right peg. @jsexton24 on Twitter.
Adam is a professional actor and voiceover artist under his pseudonym of Adam Stevens. He’s appeared in shows like The IT Crowd, The Thick Of It and Emmerdale. He’s an avid Liverpool fan and once scored a penalty at the Kop end. Find him on Twitter: @adam_smith_82
Moved to Liverpool with aspirations of being the next John Gibbons. Now a season ticket holder, just in time to experience the first league title of his lifetime. Loves Lucas Leiva. For keyring enquiries, contact via twitter.
Dan is a student and writer from Liverpool who likes football, socialism, writing and speaking French. His first memories of the Reds are from the turn of the millenium, and he goes the game whenever the members sale queue is merciful. He has also contributed to BBC Radio Merseyside, Radio City and Mundial Magazine.
Can’t remember his first game but knows that Hunt and Saint John were playing. Still attempts to deny his age.
Season ticket holder in the upper Main Stand. Greatest achievement in life was making the Super Croat Igor Biscan Used to be Atrocious banner that appeared in Istanbul. Doesn’t do a real job any more. Accused of being Adam Lallana’s agent. @paul7cope on Twitter.
Season ticket holder in the Lower Centenary, music lover and dog walker. Missed my calling in life as a footballer and sports journalist so now desperately trying to combine the two by writing occasional words. Literally still paying for Istanbul.
Writer, illustrator, proud father, and footballing bigamist (Liverpool and Dundee United were my first two loves in life).