Date: 12th February 2013 at 12:34pm
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Issue seven of free digital Liverpool fanzine Anfield Roar is out now and it’s packed full of the usual news, reports, previews and opinion…

The February issue of Reds fanzine Anfield Roar is now available for viewing and features an exclusive report from a writer who recently met with Kop boss Brendan Rodgers.

Elsewhere, fans suggest what they would change if they were the manager or owner and there is a review of Liverpool’s activity in the January transfer window.

Stewart Downing and recent signing Daniel Sturridge are the latest players to be profiled whilst, in my Clear as Day column, I discuss the magic of cup shocks and remind readers of a few other upsets comparable to the recent Oldham Athletic debacle.

Here’s editor Gary McParnaby with more info on the latest issue: “In this month’s issue, one of our writers went to an official LFC press conference with Brendan Rodgers for fansites, bloggers and fanzines, and he came away positive that we have the right man for the job!

“We also asked one of our writers to consider the changes they would make if they were in charge, and he reported that everything is on the up at Anfield already, so there isn’t that much to change!

“In this issue, which is dedicated to the fans, we also consider whether fans are being priced out of the game, as well as a special feature where we asked genuine Liverpool fans seven different ethical and moral dilemmas (and you may be surprised by the results!), and of course, our famous fan-index, which gives further increased positivity amongst LFC fans.

“We also take a closer look at Stewart Downing’s resurgence, how well we did in the transfer window, and super new signing Daniel Sturridge, amongst all the usual favourites.”

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