Liverpool: Anfield Roar Issue 4 Out Now
Issue 4 of new Reds fanzine Anfield Roar is now on sale and it's the biggest and best issue to date...
The November issue of Anfield Roar has just been released and within its packed contents the publication takes a closer look at diving and the role of the referee, as well as debating if the team's passing is positive enough.
Elsewhere there is an in-depth report on Brendan Rodgers' first three months in charge, including analysis of whether Liverpool fans are happy with him so far or not.
As for yours truly, I take a look at the area of relying on youth in the latest instalment of my 'Clear as Day' column. How talented is our current crop of youngsters? What are the pitfalls of being exposed to the limelight at such a tender age? What have previous starlets gone onto achieve?
Here's editor Gary McParnaby's introduction to the new fanzine: "Welcome to the fourth edition of Anfield Roar fanzine! I'm glad to say that this one is even bigger and better than the last one: we now have video and links embedded within the magazine, and we'll hopefully have more hi-tech developments over the coming months."
Each new issue of Anfield Roar costs £3 or you can buy the whole year (all 10 issues) for £20. To give fans a taste of what to expect, visitors to the fanzine's website can view the first issue in its entirety for free.
This stylish and modern publication is conveniently available across multiple platforms for viewing via computer, tablet and mobile (iPhone, Android and Windows phones are all supported).
There has also never been a better time to discover Anfield Roar with an App now in development, so make sure you subscribe today.
For more information about Anfield Roar and to subscribe please visit the fanzine's website www.anfieldroar.com.
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