"CLASSY" Alonso to Liverpool, Salah to Saudi? & Reasons for Gerrard woes at Villa | Gary McAllister

Former Leicester, Leeds, Coventry, Liverpool & Scotland midfielder Gary McAllister joined Big Sam and Natalie Pike for the latest episode of No Tippy Tappy Football.

With long-standing ties to the red side of Merseyside and following the huge announcement from Jurgen Klopp, Gary shared his exclusive insight into the current favourite to be Liverpool’s next manager, Xabi Alonso. Gary and Sam also discuss what this may mean for some of Liverpool’s current stars, including Mo Salah and Virgil van Dijk.

Other topics covered include Leeds United’s promotion chances and how Scotland will get on this summer at the Euros…

All of this and more in the latest episode of the No Tippy Tappy Football series, brought to you by William Hill.

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00:00 – Intro
01:13 – Gary introduction, talks his first memory of Sam
02:00 – Sam talks playing against Trevor Francis
03:15 – Gary on Bolton days and having beers after matches
04:38 – Gary analyses Leeds United, their current form and Championship play-offs
07:30 – Can Ipswich Town get promoted back to the Premier League after all these years?
08:56 – Gary on deciding not to go Saudi Arabia with Steven Gerrard
10:30 – What’s Gary’s next job?
12:05 – Sam on visit Karl Robinson at Salford City FC and Salford University
15:01 – Jurgen Klopp’s leaving announcement and Liverpool’s future
17:55 – Jude Bellingham’s decision to go to Real Madrid over Liverpool
18:35 – Who’s the next one in line, Xabi Alonso? Roberto De Zerbi?
20:55 – The effect of Jurgen Klopp leaving, is the backroom staff following?
22:15 – Gary’s view on Steven Gerrard taking over Liverpool
24:00 – John McGinn’s leadership at Aston Villa and Scotland
27:40 – Gary believes Mohamed Salah will stay at Liverpool
29:20 – Virgil van Dijk’s progress from Celtic to Southampton to Liverpool
32:31 – Gary previews Scotland’s chances at the 2024 Euros
38:28 – Sam thinks Marcus Rashford is the only one to sort his own situation out
45:15 – Stories of players who enjoyed a glass of wine
50:05 – Michael Beale’s progress at Sunderland
52:10 – Will Steven Gerrard work in the Premier League again?
55:08 – Promotion race at the Championship

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24 comentarios en “"CLASSY" Alonso to Liverpool, Salah to Saudi? & Reasons for Gerrard woes at Villa | Gary McAllister

  1. 'They" were just not good enough. You were there at the time sam (we') so you also weren't good enough as a manager. Cant completely absolve all liability. Admittedly only there for a handful of games i would rather have had gary Macalister in charge. So glad we have a decent manager now, sam played no strikers and six defenders to keep us up on last game. Dropped rutter to the reserves, look at him now.

  2. ​@andylambert3618 Fortunately a lot of our fans seem to be thinking Pep would be a good choice now. The fact his assistant would be Matos who has worked closely with the academy is another plus. The latest coming from FSG is they are going to look more at data rather than go with sentiment, not sure whether that's good or bad?!

  3. Gary doesn't want to take his girls to Saudi. No wonder. We have no rights there. Right decision, but speaking out against their regime is the right thing to do, mind. He didn't do that. What a surprise. Gerrard also lacked the moral fortitude to do that, but he went further. Shame. X

  4. Great to see Gary McAllister and hear his knowledge. Awful over excitable presenter talking too loud and interrupting.

  5. Oh great yet another woman presenting for men’s football.
    Because there’s not toooo much of that ruining tbe sport now days

  6. "Jude Bellingham turned down Manchester United before he went Germany",
    "Doesn't everyone these days" HAHAHAHAHAH!!! Class!!!

  7. I’m sorry, but this is without question the most pedestrian, half-arsed football podcast going.

    And poor Natalie hardly gets to look either of them in the eye. They hardly even acknowledge her presence.

    Absolutely terrible.

  8. ​@Nite-owl Didi Hamann? 😂😂😂 The Klopp hater, you do know he has a long running fued with Klopp and will say anything to cause sh*t? Klopp slammed him during a press conference last season, Didi is a pr*ck. George the stadium announcer released a book, Mona the nutritionalist released a book, are they all narcissistic? Well I have met Pep a few times and I see George 6 or 7 times a season heading to his control booth from the car park and they are kind, genuine and have a lot of time for fans. More and more fans want Pep in go, and see the comments after his interview with the club channel. Klopp has showered praise on him and rightly so. He has played a huge part in our success and has worked with Klopp for 8 years. He is easily the best candidate for me and am glad so many others feel the same.

  9. Great two see 2 real football men discuss the game and events and people. Natalie is a great presenter

  10. I met Gary the morning after we lost the final in Kyiv. He gave me a selfie while getting on the club bus. A living legend and wonderful person. Sometimes meeting your heroes is good 👍

  11. I never want to see Gerrard manage Liverpool. We are sentimental FC wanting ex players who aren't very good. Pep Lijnders should be the next manager and reading Liverpool pages more and more want him next.

  12. Stevie G was a great player but is hopeless as a manager. Even worse he chased the $$$ in Saudi over his own development.

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