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Updated April 2020
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In 2007, The Football Ramble was born out of Luke Moore, Pete Donaldson, Marcus Speller and Jim Campbell’s passion for the most popular sport in the world and inability to take themselves too seriously. Since then the boys have come a very long way; from best-selling book to sold out live shows, The Football Ramble’s irreverent takes on football have clearly resonated with other fans of the sport. Now, The Football Ramble becomes Football Ramble Daily--featuring brand new shows and voices Mo ...
 
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On this week's show, it's a hair raising opening as we discuss James' new haircut, and ponder the implications of baldness on his work. There's also discussion of Jurgen Klopp, hair replacement systems, an all-bald XI, and questions from listeners about clubs furloughing staff, making a significant change to the game once things get back to 'normal…
 
We welcome a DIY football podcasting hero to today’s episode of Fantasy Five-a-side as Jim is joined by blogger and podcaster, Andrew Mangan – aka Arseblog! Andrew arrives on the show a five-a-side veteran, with a strict policy ensuring everyone plays in goal – as such, he’s the first guest to not select a specialist keeper for his team. He’s proba…
 
Welcome to a brand new episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, the number one podcast about Arsenal Women. On this month’s episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, Tim is joined by author, broadcaster and journalist Dr. Carrie Dunn, Carrie is an expert and academic on all things women’s sport and is the author of two books about the Lionesses- Roar of…
 
How are we going to get by without any football? With rampant transfer speculation of course! The rumour mill has increased production with everyone seemingly having decided that Harry Kane will be leaving Spurs on his behalf, Arsenal saying it’s “hard to rule out” a move for Jesse Lingard and Gareth Bale being targeted by Everton. We’ll take it. W…
 
It's time for a truly joyous episode of Greatest Games, in association with The Blizzard. Welsh comedian Elis James joins us to discuss perhaps the finest moment in Welsh football history. Wales have endured a notoriously difficult relationship with international qualifying campaigns; their fate was still up in the air with one game to go in eleven…
 
Who needs actual football when we’ve got Nobby Solano getting in trouble with the law thanks to a Peruvian prank show? When we’ve got Borussia Mönchengladbach’s novel plan to fill their stadium with cutouts of fans? When we’ve got Son Hueng-Min: Super Soldier? And if you do want some of the important stuff, a European league has made a decision! Be…
 
As questions are asked of top earning players and whether or not they should take a pay cut to protect the jobs of other staff, I ask Daniel Storey if we should be looking first at the billionaire owners. We chat about certain clubs taking advantage of government schemes which were not designed for them, football as a business and how precarious ju…
 
We start today’s episode of On The Continent with a deserved tribute to one of French football’s favourite sons, as former Marseille president Pape Diouf sadly passed away this week. We remember his incredible journey from humble beginnings in Chad to establishing himself as a respected football journalist and eventual club president, all while end…
 
In the final part of the Superheroes and Supervillains trilogy, Musa and Ryan announce their picks for captains and discuss which kits both sides would wear. They then go through some suggestions from listeners sent in by e-mail and Twitter, as well as answer questions on whether the men's and women's Euros could be integrated, Paul Pogba and much …
 
On today’s Ramble Meets… we welcome author James Montague to talk about his experiences writing his new book, 1312: Among the Ultras. James has travelled to over 90 countries while writing the encapsulating football stories he’s become famous for, and this latest book documents another classic gonzo-style voyage to the inner workings of football’s …
 
After her Coronavirus-enforced obscene last week, Jules Breach makes her welcome return on this week’s episode of Jules & Andy! Her and Andy Brassell reconvene in the wake of The FA’s decision to end and expunge the results of tiers three to six of the football pyramid. We discuss the appeal that many clubs have signed to try and reverse the decisi…
 
Today is the 19th anniversary of the passing of Arsenal legend David Rocastle. To talk about him, I'm joined by his great friend Ian Wright. We discuss the influence Rocky had on him as a player and a person; how the age difference didn't matter; what kind of a player he was; the emotional moment when he was sold to Leeds; and how Ian feels about t…
 
World Cup style camps. That’s the phrase that’s all the rage at the moment. The Premier League are continuing to look at ways to finish the season and good on them. Will we have a bizarre little behind-closed-doors conclusion to the season this summer? We just don’t know. In other news it looks like Newcastle United actually have a strong chance of…
 
On this week's show James and I discuss the little bit of football news regarding Man City's belief Arsenal are trying to get them, and the idea of playing all the games in a month. We also think about football might be like when all this over, will transfers and people's perception of the game be the same. Mostly though, there's a lot of waffle ab…
 
What makes a hero? After picking their squad of supervillains in the last episode, Musa and Ryan now assemble a squad of footballing superheroes. Players who save some of their most memorable moments for the world's biggest stages, with an ethic that aims to spread all of what we see as good in the game. Just like the last episode, they will also b…
 
On today’s episode of Greatest Games, in association with The Blizzard, historian Tom Holland joins us to discuss one of the standout moments in English football history: England 1-0 Belgium from Italia '90! With travelling England fans in near-penal exile on the island of Sardinia, Italian authorities were incredibly anxious throughout the entire …
 
We return to survey the barren landscape of football, where yet again James Milner steps up to provide for all in a time of need, this time with a comprehensive physical pun XI. Get that man a statue, outside every ground in the country. We’re also intrigued by Royston Drenthe’s latest post-football career move, Steven Gerrard’s intense in-flight b…
 
On this show I'm joined by author Jon Spurling to look back on Arsenal reaching three successive FA Cup finals in 1978, 1979, and 1980. We chat about the road to each Wembley showdown, including those incredible series of replays against Sheffield Wednesday and Liverpool, the finals themselves, key players, unfortunate moments, and more – as well a…
 
Despite all football in Europe now grinding to a halt, there’s plenty to discuss on today’s episode of On The Continent, with Luke Moore and Andy Brassell! We begin with a curious story surrounding Barcelona’s recent transfer history as it’s being reported in Spain that the club may be prepared to part ways with Antoine Griezmann. Luke and Andy dis…
 
In the first of two related episodes, Musa and Ryan ask themselves the most pressing of questions, and frighten themselves a little in the process. They wonder: if you had to name a team of football’s supervillains, a side of unparalleled skill, strength, strategy and ruthlessness, who would they be? What devilish mastermind would coach a team of s…
 
It’s a slightly different episode of Jules & Andy today as, with Jules currently unwell, Andy Brassell is joined by presenter and pundit Kate Mason! After Kate tells us what it was like to present the news last night whilst introducing the Prime Minister’s address, we wonder how footballers themselves are dealing with these unprecedented times. To …
 
This is an interview that has been a long time in the making, and it did look as if the current situation with the world in various states of lock-down might delay it even further. However, it was an absolute pleasure to have a Skype conversation with former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas on Friday night. We talk about how his move to Arsenal came a…
 
We’re back once again to find that football still seems to be a rich vein of absurdity even when there isn’t actually any football, and face up to the idea that our show might actually be better when there isn’t any. Admittedly this has been helped by some classic and very welcome outside-the-box-thinking from Ian Holloway, John Hartson’s “elaborat…
 
There's still no football, and Arsenal have delayed the players return to training, so that informs the early part of this episode. Then we play the 'Pick your favourite Arsenal XI without using the same nationality twice' game that has been doing the rounds on Twitter. We also pick 5-a-side teams, discuss Hector Bellerin and the impact of a vegan …
 
Ten days or so into self isolating and social distancing, Musa and Ryan piece together an imaginary league featuring twenty of their favourite sides from throughout history. Before that, they reflect on the news that the Premier League will extend the season indefinitely and what that might involve from a timescale and legal standpoint. They also a…
 
On this month’s episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, Tim is joined by author, broadcaster and journalist Dr. Carrie Dunn, Carrie is an expert and academic on all things women’s sport and is the author of two books about the Lionesses- Roar of the Lionesses (2016) and Pride of the Lionesses (2019)- which you can by here https://www.pitchpublishing…
 
We're joined on today's episode of Greatest Games, in association with The Blizzard, by The Athletic's Adam Hurrey! He brings to the table an iconic Champions League tie as Barcelona arrived at Stamford Bridge for the second leg of their Last 16 tie. Barcelona ended up winning that season's La Liga in imperious fashion, and had the upper hand after…
 
We’re back to bring you the less-previewy than usual preview show, but we’re back all the same. We take a look at the latest updates regarding the resumption of our dear, beloved football and find that even with none if it actually happening there’s still time for Arsenal to be anxious and a Gareth Bale transfer saga. You’ve also been in touch in y…
 
It's a football free world we live in now, but it will return. However, will what's happening now affect the game as we know it? How will clubs react? What are the implications of the economic impact of Coronavirus on football? I'm joined by Musa Okwonga to discuss that and much more. Plus we each give a couple of recommendations of books, music an…
 
Musa and Ryan look back in time and speculate, what if? Including the huge knock on that would have occurred for a decade if Sergio Agüero hadn’t scored against QPR. What if Yaya Toure had signed for Arsenal after his trial? How much would Yugoslavia have dominated international football if the conflict hadn’t broken out? They discuss all of this, …
 
European football has ground to a halt, but that won’t stop us recording a brand new episode of On The Continent on Football Ramble Daily! Andy and Luke sit down to discuss Uefa’s decision to postpone Euro 2020 by a year, as their new working group to try and find room to reschedule the continent’s domestic leagues. Each of those various nations ha…
 
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