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Hi everyone,

 

Thanks for your support with the Stu Monty episode of this, it was easily my most popular episode. Dave has done me a massive favour and I've recorded a podcast with him, which you can find here:

https://TheBigFootballPodcast.podbean.com/e/the-big-football-podcast-26th-october-the-liverpool-way-special/
 

https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-big-football-podcast/id1530179647

https://castbox.fm/episode/id3290002-id319426046?utm_source=podcaster&utm_medium=dlink&utm_campaign=e_319426046&utm_content=The Big Football Podcast 26th October - The Liverpool Way special-CastBox_FM

 

If you can please download, share and subscribe I'd appreciate it. I am looking to boost my listener numbers as I've done less than 10 episodes so I am still completely unknown. This is a really interesting take on the Reds' season, and Dave speaks really well on a number of key issues including injuries, the squad depth, formation changes and the academy. Oh, and Carlo Ancelotti channelling his inner David Moyes already. 

 

Would appreciate you giving it a listen. 

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