Not Just a Matter of Life and Death - The Liverpool Podcast
Summary: "Football is not just a matter of life and death: it's much more important than that" - Bill Shankly. Lifelong Liverpool supporters looks at Liverpool Football Club; the team, the players, the manager, the trophies, the five European victories, the shame of Michael Owen and shares the experience of following one of the World's most famous and successful football clubs.
Rob Heeney has given the nod for Brendan Dempsey to make a return to the show, while there is a debut for Paul Ricketts. Tune in to hear the discussion on this weeks events in and around Liverpool FC. .
Ian Coyle and the gang discuss today's massive news after Kenny's sacking. Who is right for the job? Whats next for Liverpool? Should they just close Anfield? All is discussed in this weeks explosive podcast. Which is followed by end of season messages from fans of the podcast.
Iain Coyle is joined by internet rumour mill maestro Wilberforce McCrimmon Moose and Stuart Wright, who by the way still 'likes' bacon. They have mixed emotions trying to make sense of the heartless performance against Fulham, the destruction of Norwich and the triumphant return of Uncle Woy. Theres bubbly, tops off and pants on heads, what more do you want
Live from England's North Western frontier comes Iain Coyle, dressed in red with his trusty sidekicks Stuart Wright and Internet mystery man Wilberforce McCrimmon Moose. Stuart likes bacon, Wilberforce has a transfer revelation and Iain raises the thorny issue of what gets said on other peoples podcasts and when it probably shouldn't. Follow us on Twitter @lfclifeanddeath
A topless Iain Coyle and Steven Yemoh discuss the recent defeats and say farewell to a Champions League spot for another season. Its all about Everton and the Cup QF this week
It's what they call in theatrical parlance a 'two-hander'. The Two Ia(i)ns are not happy though and need no extra help. It's a moan cum rant from top to tail as Carroll, Adam, Downing and anyone else within their sites get both barrels. Tonight's podcast was a shirt's off recording.
Following the most ludicrous of decisions ever to grace the beautiful game, Iain Coyle and Stephen Yemoh bring in Ian Donnelly to pick the bones of the shakiest legal case of the century and ponder how Sir Alex managed to get a close personal friend on the jury. With the circus in town there's barely enough time to mention the football, but somehow we manage it.
Iain Coyle and Ian Donnelly look back on the QPR match, laugh heartily at the fortunes of the Manchester twins and forward to Villa and Wigan, where the pasties are so abundant that they say the streets are paved with them. Stephen Yemoh does briefly appear in tonight's podcast. Near the end. If you get that far.
Iain Coyle and Stephen Yemoh discuss all the things that every Liverpool fan needs to know, such as 'does Clint Dempsey wear eyeliner?'. Of course there is talk of Liverpool FC, but how can we overlook the appearance of the first goth striker?
It's a 'shirts on' episode this week where Iain Coyle, Stephen Yemoh and Ian Donnelly talk Kenny, Blatter, Collymore, transfers, Peter Cech's mask and of course Sr. Suarez. We also look forward to Man City at home coming up this weekend and Chelsea in the Milk Cup on Tuesday. All this in only 48 minutes.
It's the dream team this week (with the obvious omission of Arnie Ker). Yes, we're making do with the Crafty Rabbi Ashley Blaker and Stephen Blue Yemoh to join Iain Coyle in the first shirts off podcast of the year. There's so much to covered that we don't have time for it here. Our eBay Rating is not reflective of the quality of this podcast.
Iain Coyle is joined by the crocked Rob Heaney and award winning Humphrey Kerr to discuss injuries, football violence and Adam's favourite left foot.
Iain, Ashley and Stephen Yemoh discuss Suarez's pretend motorbike, a daytrip to Brighton, Kenny's quips, professional diving referees and legendary Liverpudlian Pete Burns. It's a shame Yemoh couldn't stay to hear it all.
It's a four mic special and all the shirts stay on. Ashley 'The Crafty Rabbi' Blaker, Stephen 'Blue' Yemoh and award winning Humpfrey 'I'm no Nazi Sympathiser' Ker (pron: Carr) join Iain Coyle for a 38 minute romp through that crazy world of football. And for the first time Humf reveals exclusively his secret meeting with Roy Hodgson in laybay off the A40.
Yes, tonight's podcast is named after Ashley Blaker who actually bothered to turn up. Ian Donnelly made it on time, but he never asked for such an honour. (We wanted to call it 'Andy Carroll, Drunk Again').