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« Reply #27440 on: September 27, 2022, 03:25:10 pm »
Anyone else unable to play the paid for shows? Theyíre showing as Premium and when I check my settings it says ďNoneĒ under subscription. Have I stopped paying the bills or is it an error? :D

Can you email help@theanfieldwrap.com please mate?

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« Reply #27441 on: September 27, 2022, 03:50:58 pm »
Can you email help@theanfieldwrap.com please mate?

Cheers Craig, just emailed a little while ago. Assume I get 3 months free for getting a question read out on AFQ Football? :D

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« Reply #27442 on: September 27, 2022, 04:22:30 pm »
Cheers Craig, just emailed a little while ago. Assume I get 3 months free for getting a question read out on AFQ Football? :D

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« Reply #27443 on: September 27, 2022, 06:13:35 pm »
Was up all night unable to breathe with a heavy cold so enjoyed both John's Cup Of Tea and Adam's Teza interview. 3 Strikes and also the season (so far) review with Dan. Cheers lads (and lass.)

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« Reply #27444 on: September 28, 2022, 09:26:33 am »
Whatís the best team you can put together made up of players with the same first and last initial? Iíll start you off with Zinedine Zidane and Carlton Cole up top.

Just heard it

#proud  ;D

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« Reply #27445 on: September 28, 2022, 10:14:39 am »
Just heard it

#proud  ;D

Haha, yeah my finest hour.

Although a bit mortified if they thought my Carlton Cole shout was genuine. :D Gattusso, Deschamps and Victor Valdes were great shouts

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« Reply #27446 on: September 28, 2022, 11:28:00 am »
Haha, yeah my finest hour.

Although a bit mortified if they thought my Carlton Cole shout was genuine. :D Gattusso, Deschamps and Victor Valdes were great shouts

Listened to it last night.  It was great to have that extra  interest having a question Ive asked.  Joe Coles debut was a great answer too.

I got the impression Neil has never heard of Bob Bolder, forgivable as hes a bit younger than us.

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« Reply #27447 on: September 28, 2022, 11:34:22 am »
Listened to it last night.  It was great to have that extra  interest having a question Ive asked.  Joe Coles debut was a great answer too.

I got the impression Neil has never heard of Bob Bolder, forgivable as hes a bit younger than us.

Bob Boulder! Good shout. Think he was on our bench for ages then moved to Charlton and Aldridge out a couple past him on the opening day when Rushy returned?

Was thinking about your question, and maybe Iíve been lucky and not seen us lose too many big games (a couple to United in the late 99s weíre a bit shit) but mine was the joke defeat to Leicester in April 1999. In itself a bit unremarkable, if mildly depressing but it was the same night United came back to beat Juve in Turin and the mood was just completely miserable.

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« Reply #27448 on: September 28, 2022, 11:43:37 am »
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« Reply #27449 on: September 28, 2022, 01:27:02 pm »
Was thinking about your question, and maybe Iíve been lucky and not seen us lose too many big games (a couple to United in the late 99s weíre a bit shit) but mine was the joke defeat to Leicester in April 1999. In itself a bit unremarkable, if mildly depressing but it was the same night United came back to beat Juve in Turin and the mood was just completely miserable.

I was actually looking for a specific moment.  like a goal, a miss sending off.  But people have gone for matches.  Blackpool and Wolves are good examples of our decline. Must admit I was watching the game in Turin that night, also horrific. 

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Bob Boulder! Good shout. Think he was on our bench for ages then moved to Charlton and Aldridge out a couple past him on the opening day when Rushy returned?

Thats some Statto level knowledge there Nick

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« Reply #27450 on: September 28, 2022, 08:30:59 pm »
18 days between Liverpool gamesÖIíve been listening in the past couple of weeks as usual but looking forward to match-based content. Been ages!

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« Reply #27451 on: September 28, 2022, 08:59:21 pm »
Can you email help@theanfieldwrap.com please mate?

All sorted now, thanks!

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« Reply #27452 on: September 28, 2022, 10:42:10 pm »
Just noticed I had £8.00 in my PayPal account, so thought Iíd jump back on the audio subscription. Feels good to be back!

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« Reply #27453 on: September 30, 2022, 10:55:23 am »
Just noticed I had £8.00 in my PayPal account, so thought Iíd jump back on the audio subscription. Feels good to be back!

Yess 👊

If you scroll back on the app there's The Evolution of Analytics with Rory Smith, The Season So Far Review, Liverpool's Midfield - Past, Present, Future that were all popular and then the Bundesliga Latest was really interesting on Sadio Mane & Bellingham!

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« Reply #27454 on: September 30, 2022, 11:24:14 am »
Yess 👊

If you scroll back on the app there's The Evolution of Analytics with Rory Smith, The Season So Far Review, Liverpool's Midfield - Past, Present, Future that were all popular and then the Bundesliga Latest was really interesting on Sadio Mane & Bellingham!

Nice one, Craig. Thatís boxed me off and should take me through to finishing work for the weekend!

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« Reply #27455 on: September 30, 2022, 11:27:49 pm »
I for one am glad Mr Rob Gutmann is back to overview the ass off the next month.

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« Reply #27456 on: October 1, 2022, 08:38:52 pm »
"The elephant in the room is that United are shite"

No David Mooney, the elephant in the room is that your club are 100% fake and killing football, and you refuse to acknowledge it, and pretend they're 100% legit.

I know he's reasonable enough on the football stuff, but it's like the fan equivalent of Eddie Howe - absolutely no intention of discussing what, and who, has brought City to where they are, and continually talking about the club as though they've earned their success and its completely natural they're at the top. I know I can't expect the guy to wollow in misery and apologise, but honestly, no countenancing of the reality at all? - that does my head in. Even that absolute weapon Ste Tudor was more willing to discuss their ownership.
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« Reply #27457 on: October 1, 2022, 08:46:55 pm »
I for one am glad Mr Rob Gutmann is back to overview the ass off the next month.

Love the Overview, but have no idea why it comes out right before we play our first game in weeks, which instantly renders it somewhat out of date. I hadn't had a chance to listen to it yet, and now us fucking up the Brighton game changes the picture completely and makes whatever is said on the show less meaningful.

Sorry, I know I'm nitpicking a bit, but just thought the timing was strange and it would've been nicer to have it some time during the past two weeks, when there was nothing to talk about anyway.

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« Reply #27458 on: October 2, 2022, 05:00:42 am »
Pink was spot on with letting the team get old and tired on our watch.

Violent agreement with Kev, yes we ask a lot but it also isnít that complicated with signing midfielders. If you watch any other football youíll see our bar low.

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« Reply #27459 on: October 2, 2022, 10:02:42 am »
That Pink was very entertaining. The odd thing is that both Andy and Kev have perfectly sound arguments. I do lean towards Andy's way of thinking in that recruitment isn't easy. However, when you start the season so poorly, it's absolutely fair game to question the state of the squad and the management of the squad in terms of succession.

To the untrained ear it was a lot of shouting...but it was actually a genuinely decent debate.

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« Reply #27460 on: October 2, 2022, 10:12:40 am »
Love the Overview, but have no idea why it comes out right before we play our first game in weeks, which instantly renders it somewhat out of date. I hadn't had a chance to listen to it yet, and now us fucking up the Brighton game changes the picture completely and makes whatever is said on the show less meaningful.

Sorry, I know I'm nitpicking a bit, but just thought the timing was strange and it would've been nicer to have it some time during the past two weeks, when there was nothing to talk about anyway.

Yes, poor timing, and given our schedule and not having many games, a bit lazy. On the positives there was a new guy Ive never heard before, Ashley Getty. He was very good.

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« Reply #27461 on: October 2, 2022, 10:46:05 am »
That Pink was very entertaining. The odd thing is that both Andy and Kev have perfectly sound arguments. I do lean towards Andy's way of thinking in that recruitment isn't easy. However, when you start the season so poorly, it's absolutely fair game to question the state of the squad and the management of the squad in terms of succession.

To the untrained ear it was a lot of shouting...but it was actually a genuinely decent debate.

Thought it was thge best Pink for a while.  Much better than listening to Gibbo slur his words in the away end.

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« Reply #27462 on: October 2, 2022, 12:12:50 pm »
The Pink was definitely something. I actually have sympathy with Kev's growing frustration throughout it. Anyone who doesn't think that there's a better player than Henderson out there for us is a moron who deserves shouting at, frankly. That's just child-like bias.

Post match pint's ending was glorious too.

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« Reply #27463 on: October 3, 2022, 12:07:43 pm »
Kev Walsh was practically unlistenable.

He's a right to be frustrated and I don't necessarily disagree with his points.

The way he spoke to Andy (I think) was nothing short of disgraceful. I certainly wouldn't have stood for it.

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« Reply #27464 on: October 3, 2022, 12:17:50 pm »
Havenít listened to any post match or review stuff from the Brighton game. Not sure I want to. In a ďitís not you, itís meĒ kind of way. Used to enjoy the bad result pods sometimes as a bit of therapy but struggling with it at the moment. Iíll be glory hunting my way back on the bandwagon soon enough hopefully.

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« Reply #27465 on: October 3, 2022, 12:19:57 pm »
Enjoyed the Pink. Pretty heated, but nothing wrong with that. Nice change up of the sometimes too laissez-faire when we perform really poorly.

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« Reply #27466 on: October 3, 2022, 12:33:21 pm »
Havenít listened to any post match or review stuff from the Brighton game. Not sure I want to. In a ďitís not you, itís meĒ kind of way. Used to enjoy the bad result pods sometimes as a bit of therapy but struggling with it at the moment. Iíll be glory hunting my way back on the bandwagon soon enough hopefully.

Maybe avoid the Pink, but Neil hosting the PMP, I did find therapeutic.
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« Reply #27467 on: October 3, 2022, 01:33:32 pm »
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« Reply #27468 on: October 3, 2022, 03:37:56 pm »
Enjoyed the Pink. Pretty heated, but nothing wrong with that. Nice change up of the sometimes too laissez-faire when we perform really poorly.

same, I liked the frustration. go 'ed Kev
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« Reply #27469 on: October 3, 2022, 06:10:55 pm »
Listening to the Review show of Brighton.

The lads talk at length about how Liverpool routinely keep making bad decisions when we're in a crisis situation. They reference several times how when a player needs help, none of the other lads are there to help out. Lots of references to how Liverpool simply aren't doing the things they know how to do.

The answer for me is fairly simplistic but I think I'm right, they're just fucking knackered. Tired.

When you're tired you make bad decisions. You miss things. You may make the right decision eventually but you're too late.

Andy Murray had an issue early in his career and he assumed he needed to improve his technique but actually it was his conditioning letting him down, which meant later in games he was simply too tired to execute the shots he wanted.

I think what we're seeing with Liverpool is a lack of legs. A lack of mobility to cover the ground needed to play in this system we created 3 years ago.

When you're absolutely knackered it's very very hard to think clearly. So when you're seeing players make mad decisions. When you're seeing Trent literally miss the ball, then get ragged, then slice a clearance, it's not because he's a fucking shit footballer or he's an idiot, it's because he's absolutely shattered and it's all he can muster up.

I didn't hear any reference to the actual conditioning of the team in the main show or the review. I think it's fairly obvious the main players from the last 3-4 years are all out on their feet. Look at our worst performers this season. Trent, Virgil, Fabinho, Salah, Henderson, Robertson. All played outrageous amounts of football.

Who have been our better players? Diaz, Elliot, Thiago (when available), Firmino (Barely played last season).

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« Reply #27470 on: October 4, 2022, 04:10:20 pm »
Does anyone know what Neil's problem is with James Richardson and Totally Football?  It's been mentioned as a throwaway comment a few times now and, as a fan of both, I don't like the bad feeling ;D  :P

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« Reply #27471 on: October 4, 2022, 04:31:12 pm »
Does anyone know what Neil's problem is with James Richardson and Totally Football?  It's been mentioned as a throwaway comment a few times now and, as a fan of both, I don't like the bad feeling ;D  :P
Also does anyone know what Southgate has said about Trent that has irked Neil so much?

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« Reply #27472 on: October 4, 2022, 04:52:31 pm »
Also does anyone know what Southgate has said about Trent that has irked Neil so much?

Along the lines of "Trippiers all round game is better"

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« Reply #27473 on: October 5, 2022, 11:47:36 am »
Does anyone know what Neil's problem is with James Richardson and Totally Football?  It's been mentioned as a throwaway comment a few times now and, as a fan of both, I don't like the bad feeling ;D  :P
James Richardson has been interviewed on TAW...or have I dreamt that?

I remember Richardson mentioning TAW a few years ago. He'd hosted a podcast awards and Richardson made a kind of sarcastic remark about the TAW guys who collected their award. Something about them being "confident" or something.

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« Reply #27474 on: October 5, 2022, 04:41:20 pm »
James Richardson has been interviewed on TAW...or have I dreamt that?

I remember Richardson mentioning TAW a few years ago. He'd hosted a podcast awards and Richardson made a kind of sarcastic remark about the TAW guys who collected their award. Something about them being "confident" or something.
I'm sure I've heard Neil on TFS too within the last couple of years.

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« Reply #27475 on: October 6, 2022, 09:32:19 am »
Was interesting - a few weeks ago - that the TAW subscriptions spiked when Liverpool signed Arthur. Given his complete lack of involvement it shows that fans just love transfer stuff above substantial football stuff.

I forgot to mention at the time that when Neil said (paraphrasing) "The subscriptions were a record high because of Arthur" it confused me momentarily because of how he pronounced the name...I thought he said: "The subscriptions were a record high because of our TAW" and for a brief moment I considered how sweet it was that Neil used 'Our TAW' to refer to his own business. Obviously, he was simply pronouncing Melo's name in the correct way rather than the anglicised way as in 'Arthur Daley'.

Anyway...just thought I would share my thoughts on this utterly inconsequential of matters.

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« Reply #27476 on: October 6, 2022, 10:16:39 am »
Was interesting - a few weeks ago - that the TAW subscriptions spiked when Liverpool signed Arthur. Given his complete lack of involvement it shows that fans just love transfer stuff above substantial football stuff.

I forgot to mention at the time that when Neil said (paraphrasing) "The subscriptions were a record high because of Arthur" it confused me momentarily because of how he pronounced the name...I thought he said: "The subscriptions were a record high because of our TAW" and for a brief moment I considered how sweet it was that Neil used 'Our TAW' to refer to his own business. Obviously, he was simply pronouncing Melo's name in the correct way rather than the anglicised way as in 'Arthur Daley'.

Anyway...just thought I would share my thoughts on this utterly inconsequential of matters.

It is interesting to me as itís the total opposite of how I am, I love transfer stuff but not just signing any player.

I havenít listened to a minute of any of the Arthur stuff because I just canít get excited by it. I may end up being proven wrong but to me Iím so fucked off that the club spent the summer telling everyone they didnít need a midfielder, to then end up signing one out of desperation on deadline day, that it just takes any enjoyment out of it for me.

Probably in the minority there to be fair.

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« Reply #27477 on: October 8, 2022, 03:35:50 am »
Was interesting - a few weeks ago - that the TAW subscriptions spiked when Liverpool signed Arthur. Given his complete lack of involvement it shows that fans just love transfer stuff above substantial football stuff.

I forgot to mention at the time that when Neil said (paraphrasing) "The subscriptions were a record high because of Arthur"

Missed a lot of shows recently, can you remember which one Neil said this on?  Are TAW subscription levels viewable somewhere? (publicly)
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« Reply #27478 on: October 8, 2022, 06:51:15 am »
Andy's 'Kepa is actually a really good keeper' is one of the worst shouts I've heard in a while   ;D
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« Reply #27479 on: October 8, 2022, 02:29:38 pm »
Missed a lot of shows recently, can you remember which one Neil said this on?  Are TAW subscription levels viewable somewhere? (publicly)
Canít remember which show. Early September I think. Donít know about subscriber numbers