Transfer Talk
Transfer Talk
Jan 14, 2020
Inside Barca's future plans, Kai Havertz profiled & is Jose's Eriksen criticism constructive?
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Spanish football expert Graham Hunter joins the show to discuss Barcelona’s decision to sack Ernesto Valverde and hire Quique Setien (01:22). As Tottenham close in on the signing of Gedson Fernandes, our panel discuss whether he fits under Jose Mourinho (18:20), and examine where else Spurs need to strengthen. German football expert Raphael Honigstein joins the show to profile rising star Kai Havertz and discuss where the Bayer Leverkusen midfielder could move this summer (34:54). He also weighs in on the futures of Jadon Sancho and Timo Werner. Finally, there is also news from Manchester United, Leicester City, Aston Villa, Celtic and Rangers (47:28).
Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast
Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast
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Allez Les Rouges: Liverpool's greatest goal | West Ham test | Premier League's PPV fiasco and state of play in the lower leagues
As the Reds prepare for the visit of West Ham United, join Peter Hooton and the gang for the latest Allez Les Rouges! From Liverpool's midweek European win and the mounting defensive injury list, there's plenty up for debate. Ste Monaghan and Keith Culvin join Peter, as well as Accrington Stanley manager John Coleman - who is currently at home self-isolating. With Diogo Jota scoring Liverpool's 10,000th goal the panel have their say on which is their favourite Liverpool goal of all-time, plus there's strong debates on both VAR and the Premier League's Pay Per View decision and how the lower leagues are coping. Enjoy. The Liverpool Echo sends a twice-daily Liverpool FC bulletin out via email with the all latest news, views and analysis from Anfield. Sign up for this service here: Join our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: Watch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: Visit the Liverpool ECHO website: Download our Liverpool FC app for free: Apple – Android –
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The Anfield Wrap
The Anfield Wrap
The Anfield Wrap
The Weekender: Liverpool's Hammer Blow At The Back
On this week's Weekender podcast, Gareth Roberts is joined by Lizzi Doyle, Siobhan Biggane and Mike Kearney to look back over the last week, with the win over FC Midtjylland overshadowed by injury to Fabinho leaving The Reds with one fit senior centre back, and ahead to the visit of an in-form West Ham. Also on the show, Paul Riley from Transition Liverpool talks to John Gibbons about the new project they're looking to launch next summer called 'sPark It Liverpool', and author Dave O'Brien speaks to Neil Atkinson about the book he has co-written called 'Culture is Bad for You: Inequality in the Cultural and Creative Industries'. sPark It Liverpool Inspired by Park(ing) Day - an event that has fired the imagination all over the globe - 'sPark It Liverpool' is taking over the streets of our city, celebrating imagination, fostering collaboration, and starting a conversation about what we want from our urban landscape. Launching next summer, 'sPark It Liverpool' will allow community organisations and independent businesses to create pop-up installations in on-street parking bays in order to engage, inspire and entertain the people of our city. The project aims to: Provide a platform for community groups, independent businesses and creatives Excite, inspire and challenge through inspired reinterpretations of land use in urban areas Build stronger community networks, provide opportunities for training, employment and volunteering Click here ( for more information on the project or to make a pledge towards the development. If you want to keep up to date with the latest you can follow Transition Liverpool on Twitter ( , Facebook ( or visit their website ( ... Culture is Bad for You: Inequality in the Cultural and Creative Industries Culture will keep you fit and healthy. Culture will bring communities together. Culture will improve your education. This is the message from governments and arts organisations across the country; however, this book explains why we need to be cautious about culture. Offering a powerful call to transform the cultural and creative industries, 'Culture is Bad for You' examines the intersections between race, class, and gender in the mechanisms of exclusion in cultural occupations. Exclusion from culture begins at an early age, the authors argue, and despite claims by cultural institutions and businesses to hire talented and hardworking individuals, women, people of colour, and those from working class backgrounds are systematically disbarred. While the inequalities that characterise both workforce and audience remain unaddressed, the positive contribution culture makes to society can never be fully realised. You can purchase your copy of 'Culture is Bad for You: Inequality in the Cultural and Creative Industries' from Amazon ( , and follow the author Dave O'Brien on Twitter ( ...
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