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Best Les Echos podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Les Echos podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Liverpool FC podcasts from the Liverpool ECHO, including our main Blood Red show with Ian Doyle, Joe Rimmer, Paul Gorst, Sean Bradbury, Caoimhe O'Neill, Connor Dunn and Theo Squires; Neil Fitzmaurice's Poetry in Motion; Peter Hooton's Allez Les Rouges; Analysing Anfield with Kristian Walsh and Josh Williams, and Post-Game, Behind Enemy Lines and View from the Kop with Paul Wheelock
 
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Liverpool head to Manchester City having already taken their Premier League crown and now aiming to steal their place in the record books. Join Guy Clarke for the latest instalment of Behind Enemy Lines as we speak with the Manchester Evening News' senior football writer Tyrone Marshall. Ahead of kick-off, City's blushes in conceding the title at C…
 
Still buzzing? Of course you are! And why not continue the party with this very special, champions edition of the Allez Les Rouges and Poetry in Motion podcasts. Lifelong Reds – and cousins – Neil Fitzmaurice and Peter Hooton join forces again for a celebration of Liverpool’s Premier League title triumph. And alongside them is the Liverpool ECHO’s …
 
Jurgen Klopp conducted in his virtual pre-match press conference earlier this afternoon to preview new champions Liverpool's big match at outgoing champions Manchester City on Thursday night. And you can listen to every words the Reds boss said here. *Want to leave a message to Jurgen Klopp's title winners? If you do, let us know where in the world…
 
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. On today’s podcast, Matt Addison joins Paul Wheelock to discuss a huge Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane boost; Jordan Henderson’s tribute to Steven Gerrard; Gary Neville’s praise for the new Premier League champions; an apology from former Reds midfie…
 
Manchester City v Liverpool. Pep Guardiola v Jurgen Klopp. It’s the big one on Thursday night as the outgoing Premier League champions take on the new Premier League champions at the Etihad. But before Josh Williams and David Alexander Hughes get stuck into what many people thought would be a title decider, the Analysing Anfield lads have a little …
 
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. On today’s podcast, Matt Addison joins Paul Wheelock to discuss comments made by Reds boss Jurgen Klopp about the club’s plans for this summer’s transfer window and his relationship with owners FSG; the shocking news that former Liverpool defender…
 
Jurgen Klopp has written an open letter, through the Liverpool ECHO, to Liverpool FC supporters and the people of the city following the club's historic league title win. On Thursday it was confirmed that the Reds had won their first championship since 1990 - and first during the Premier League era - after Manchester City's 2-1 loss at Chelsea. And…
 
Shout it louder for the people at the back: Liverpool are Premier League champions. Kristian Walsh, Joel Rabinowitz and Ollie Connolly discuss all of the feels from the night it happened, and the following 48 hours. There’s also a tribute to Sadio Mane after four (not five) years at Anfield, and some special prop bets around the rest of the season,…
 
Liverpool are the Premier League champions – and, in all likelihood, soon to be the most dominant Premier League champions of all time. But how has Jurgen Klopp, his players and his staff done it? How can they find themselves 23 points clear of a team as good as Manchester City? Josh Williams and David Alexander Hughes try to answer those questions…
 
It's the morning after the night before and in a very special Blood Red podcast, Guy Clarke, Paul Gorst, Ian Doyle and Caoimhe O'Neill react to Liverpool becoming champions of England for the first time since 1990. They look back on the moment the Reds were confirmed as title winners, the relentless pace they have set, which proved too much for Man…
 
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp holds a special press conference at Anfield after his side were crowned Premier League champions. The Reds sealed the title last night after Manchester City lost 2-1 to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. The Liverpool Echo sends a twice-daily Liverpool FC bulletin out via email with the all latest news, views and analysis fr…
 
Liverpool are the Premier League champions! The Reds can start celebrating after Manchester City's 2-1 defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Join Guy Clarke as we react to the Reds securing their 19th league title, and first in the Premier League era. Hear from the ECHO's Liverpool correspondent Paul Gorst as he delivers his verdict on what has bee…
 
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. On today’s (little later than usual) podcast, Matt Addison joins Paul Wheelock to discuss Jurgen Klopp’s and Roy Hodgson’s reaction to Liverpool’s 4-0 victory over Crystal Palace and the remarkable records that were broken in it. The victory means…
 
Goals from Trent Alexander-Arnold, Mohamed Salah, Fabinho and Sadio Mane ensured Liverpool returned to Anfield win a 4-0 win over Crystal Palace. Join Guy Clarke as we bring you reaction to the Reds' return home in their first game at Anfield during Project Restart. The ECHO's Liverpool correspondent Paul Gorst gives his verdict from inside Anfield…
 
As the football returns so too do both Neil Fitzmaurice and Peter Hooton. Combining for a special Poetry in Motion x Allez Les Rouges production, the guys get stuck into the latest Liverpool FC talking points. Joining Peter and Fitzy on the panel are Joe Blott, from the Spirit of Shankly, and Accrington Stanley manager John Coleman. The guys get in…
 
As the 10-year anniversary approaches of FSG taking over at Anfield, and with Liverpool on the cusp their first Premier League title, the Liverpool ECHO’s Sean Bradbury catches up with the club’s former chairman Sir Martin Broughton. He talks the deal that saw John W Henry’s group take charge, including how close George Gillett and Tom Hicks were t…
 
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been speaking with the media ahead of Crystal Palace's visit to Anfield on Wednesday evening. Top of the agenda was the fitness of Mohamed Salah, who sat out Sunday's goalless draw with Everton as an unused substitute in the return to Premier League football. Klopp was also asked about other injury doubts within h…
 
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. On today’s podcast, Matt Addison joins Paul Wheelock to discuss Manchester City’s 5-0 win over Burnley, what it means for Liverpool’s hopes of getting their hands on the title as early as this week, Pep Guardiola’s comments about the ‘race’ for th…
 
After being held to a 0-0 draw by Everton, the Blood Red podcast looks back on Liverpool's return to Premier League action. From the lack of clear openings for Jurgen Klopp's side to the fears of injuries mounting up with Andy Robertson not involved and James Milner and Joel Matip both being forced off, Guy Clarke, Paul Gorst, Dan Kay and Matt Addi…
 
Liverpool's return to Premier League action ended in a goalless draw away to Everton in the 236th Merseyside derby. With no fans inside the stadium, the Reds had to get used to playing behind closed doors. Join Guy Clarke as we hear from the ECHO's Liverpool correspondent Paul Gorst, from inside Goodison Park, Jurgen Klopp's full-match press confer…
 
After 106 days away, Liverpool return to Premier League action in the Merseyside derby this evening. Join Guy Clarke as we head Behind Enemy Lines to catch up on what's going on at Goodison Park with the Liverpool ECHO's Everton reporter Adam Jones. We find out the mood in the Everton camp, how the atmosphere with no fans in the ground for a derby …
 
Liverpool will definitely win the Premier League by beating Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday and then Crystal Palace at Anfield on Wednesday. That would end the club’s 30-year wait for the league title and it would be celebrated by millions of Reds fans across the world. Sadly Anfield itself won’t be able to host 50,000 of those supporters on Wed…
 
As Liverpool prepare to return to Premier League action, the Blood Red podcast preview the trip to face Everton at Goodison Park in the Merseyside derby. Join Guy Clarke, Ian Doyle, Paul Gorst and Matt Addison as they get into the latest LFC talking points. Following on from Jurgen Klopp’s press conference we discuss the fitness of Mohamed Salah an…
 
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been speaking with the media ahead of the much- anticipated return of Premier League action. Before taking on Everton in the 236th Merseyside derby at Goodison Park on Sunday, the Reds boss spoke on a variety of topics. Mohamed Salah and Andy Robertson remain fitness doubts ahead of the game and the German spoke o…
 
Despite not losing a Merseyside derby since October 2010, Liverpool have actually won only one of their last seven trips to Goodison Park to face Everton. But the latest episode of Analysing Anfield argues why that record should change this weekend, paving the way for the Reds to seal the Premier League title at home to Crystal Palace. After review…
 
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. On today’s podcast, Matt Addison joins Paul Wheelock to discuss the talking points from Liverpool’s latest training ahead of the Merseyside derby; why the Reds will have extra motivation to reclaim the Champions League next season; transfer gossip…
 
The Agenda is here to react to the return of the Premier League with Manchester City beating Arsenal 3-0 and so preventing Liverpool from winning the title at Goodison Park this weekend. Had City lost tonight, the Reds would have been crowned champions with victory over rivals Everton in the 236th Merseyside derby on Sunday. But with David Luiz pla…
 
The Premier League is back after 100 days in lockdown! And we have a packed Morning Bulletin podcast as Theo Squires joins Paul Wheelock to get stuck into the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. It starts with comments made by Manchester City’s former Reds winger Raheem Sterling about his old club and is followed by Jurgen Klopp’s…
 
Join us as we launch a new show on the Blood Red channel: The Liverpool.com podcast. The first half of the pod sees host Kristian Walsh and Liverpool.com writers Joel Rabinowitz, Dan Morgan and Ollie Connolly have their say on what’s in the news: from a Timo Werner decision that may make Reds fans wonder if they’re better off without the striker, t…
 
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. On today’s podcast, Matt Addison joins Paul Wheelock to talk the new match rules Liverpool will have to get used to, and what plans are in place for Anfield’s first back match; a fitness boost for Jurgen Klopp, who turns 53 today; a claim about Na…
 
As Mohamed Salah turns 28, the Blood Red podcast discuss Liverpool’s No 11 and what he has achieved so far at Anfield. From his breakthrough debut season with the Reds to scoring the opener in the Champions League final against Tottenham in 2019, join Guy Clarke, Paul Gorst and Dan Kay as they talk Salah, as well as build-up to the return of Premie…
 
We’ve got a very special podcast to round off the week’s listening on the Blood Red channel as Matt Addison picks up the phone to Jurgen Klopp’s former team-mate, and now German football journalist, Guido Schäfer. The pair played together for six years at FSV Mainz 05 in the early 90s and Guido provides a lovely and fascinating insight into what th…
 
Why hasn’t Gini Wijnaldum signed a new contract with Liverpool yet? Sean Bradbury asks the Liverpool ECHO’s LFC correspondent Paul Gorst just that. The duo also touch on Wijnaldum’s position at Liverpool, compared to the one he operates in for Holland, as well as talking about his club and international colleague Virgil van Dijk. The Reds do not lo…
 
After Liverpool thumped Blackburn Rovers 6-0 at Anfield as they step up preparations for the Premier League's return, we discuss the latest talking points. With Sadio Mane, Naby Keita, Takumi Minamino, Joel Matip, Ki-Jana Hoever and Leighton Clarkson all on the score sheet, we look at those who stood out. Guy Clarke, Ian Doyle, Sean Bradbury and Ca…
 
Paul Wheelock speaks to David Maddock, the Daily Mirror’s Northern Football Correspondent, for a special podcast. David has covered Liverpool for nearly 30 years and so he is well placed to offer his insight and opinion on the club’s huge progress under Jurgen Klopp. That progress will see the Reds crowned Premier League champions in the coming wee…
 
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. On today’s podcast, Theo Squires joins Paul Wheelock to talk the decision to stage the Merseyside derby at the right venue; the release of Deloitte’s Annual Review of Football Finance; the latest on Manchester City’s appeal against their two-year …
 
With Timo Werner set to sign for Chelsea, what does that mean for Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool, the manager and club the RB Leipzig striker seemed perfect for? That’s the question asked by Josh Williams and David Alexander Hughes in the latest Analysing Anfield podcast. Our hosts are huge fans of Werner and wonder if there are other players like the …
 
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. In today’s podcast, Sean Bradbury joins Paul Wheelock to talk new deals for three members of Jurgen Klopp’s squad – two of which have been done and one which is to come; the possibility of Gini Wijnaldum following in their footsteps and putting pe…
 
Nine years to the day since Jordan Henderson signed for Liverpool from Sunderland, Guy Clarke and Matt Addison look back on the skipper’s Reds career in the latest episode of The Agenda. They chat through Henderson’s time at Anfield, from his arrival at Anfield as a raw 20-year-old, to taking on the armband following Steven Gerrard’s departure, and…
 
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. In today’s podcast, Matt Addison joins Paul Wheelock to discuss news of a new short-term contract for Adam Lallana, reported updates on the transfer window and the Merseyside derby, John Aldridge’s opinion on the Timo Werner saga, and Liverpool li…
 
With Harry Wilson extending his loan stay at Bournemouth until the end of the season, Guy Clarke, Ian Doyle, Connor Dunn and Caoimhe O'Neill talk the Wales winger’s future at Liverpool. Having come through the Reds’ academy system, Wilson has spent the last two seasons on loan at Derby County and Bournemouth respectively, but can he make his mark a…
 
Matt Addison picks up the phone to Jan Age Fjortoft for a special Blood Red podcast. The ex-Swindon Town, Middlesbrough and Sheffield United striker speaks to Jurgen Klopp throughout the season as part of his job as a TV pundit. And he explains what it’s like to question the Liverpool manager after matches – as well as giving the inside story of TH…
 
As Liverpool withdraw from the race to sign Timo Werner, attention has turned to those already within Jurgen Klopp's squad, including Takumi Minamino. Having only joined the club during the January transfer window, Minamino has made just a handful of appearances since his move from Red Bull Salzburg. With Werner now set to sign for Chelsea, could t…
 
With news emerging Chelsea are closing in on the signing of Timo Werner, Guy Clarke is joined by Ian Doyle, Joe Rimmer and Theo Squires to discuss why the RB Leipzig forward hasn’t ended up at Anfield despite Liverpool being his preferred destination and despite Jurgen Klopp being a confirmed admirer. Plus, with confirmation of when the first three…
 
The Premier League has announced that teams can now name nine substitutes on the bench and bring five players on during matches – and that could be good news for Liverpool. The Liverpool ECHO’s LFC correspondent Paul Gorst joins Matt Addison to explain why – with the likes of Curtis Jones, Harvey Elliott and Neco Williams among those set to benefit…
 
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. In today’s podcast, Matt Addison joins Paul Wheelock to discuss today’s big Premier League meeting; a very interesting story regarding Manchester City’s appeal against their two-year European ban; a reported Timo Werner update that will go down ve…
 
Marcus Rashford, Leroy Sane or even Dele Alli in a Liverpool shirt? Analysing Anfield look at what top players from the Reds’ top-six rivals they’d like to see at Anfield. Assessing the squads of Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea, Josh Williams and David Hughes pick out the top talents and answer how would t…
 
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. In today’s podcast, Chris Beesley joins Paul Wheelock to discuss the impending release of the Reds’ remaining Premier League fixtures, including one big match set for a midweek move; the latest comments from Jurgen Klopp; conflicting reports on th…
 
The View from the Kop Liverpool FC fans’ podcast returns as host Paul Wheelock is joined by big Reds Paul Philbin and Kai Delaney. One year on from the Champions League final win in Madrid and trophy parade back in Liverpool, the pod kicks off with the panel’s memories of that magical weekend – as Kai tells a story that not many Reds supporters wil…
 
Welcome to the Morning Bulletin, rounding up the big headlines from overnight concerning Liverpool FC. In today’s podcast, Matt Addison joins Paul Wheelock to discuss the inter-squad training match that took place at Anfield yesterday; a report suggesting Chelsea will rival Liverpool for the signature of Timo Werner, whose RB Leipzig manager has be…
 
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