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The first (and only) English-speaking podcast devoted entirely to Paris Saint-Germain. Subscribe to listen to PSG Talking, the flagship show from the PSG Talk Podcast Network where we offer insightful analysis on the latest matches, transfer rumors, and so much more!
 
On "The 1970," Marc Damon and Ed deliver insightful and occasionally comical commentary on the latest Paris Saint-Germain news. The weekly program features five rapid-fire topics, the main event, and questions from listeners. If you're a fan of Les Parisiens, "The 1970" from the PSG Talk Podcast Network is essential listening. Allez Paris!
 
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—as well as a shared inability to take themselves too seriously. Since then, the boys have come a very long way: from a best-selling book to sold out live shows. Now, joined by Jules Breach, Kate Mason, Andy Brassell and Vithushan Ehantharajah, the Football Ramble brings you daily episodes of equal parts insight and hilarity. All this and m ...
 
On "24th & Parc," Jon Olangi and Eduardo Razo discuss the intersection of Paris Saint-Germain and popular culture. The bi-weekly program features a conversation about PSG and how their marketing plan has turned a French club into a global fashion brand. We'll also discuss Ligue 1, the Champions League, footballers on social media, and so much more. If you love football culture, "24th & Parc" from the PSG Talk Podcast Network is for you.
 
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Wales put one foot in the next round after a cracking win over Turkey - that just leaves Kate, Jim and Luke to work out what "eazay!" is in Welsh on today's Ramble sponsored by Betway! Italy's impressive form continued with three more goals, despite Granit Xhaka rolling out his own Gazza '96 impression, while Aleksei Miranchuk slipped past some Fin…
 
France emerged victorious from the Group of Fun's first tussle, with Paul Pogba and co reminding everyone how much better they are than everyone else. Marcus, Luke and Jim look over the teams that have impressed them now every country has played a match, while Andy joins us from Budapest where a raucous full stadium watched Cristiano Ronaldo take t…
 
Vish joins Kate and Pete back in the studio after his trip to Hampden Park, where the unbelievable atmosphere was eventually flattened by Patrik Schick's 60-yard missile. Friday's match against the Auld Enemy should be just the tonic for the Scots. Elsewhere, the Return of the Mak helped Slovakia to an unlikely win over Poland and Spain passed thei…
 
Marcus, Jim and Pete grab some front row seats on the England hype train, as we ruthlessly put Croatia to our (quite blunt) sword. After deserved praise for the likes of Kalvin Phillips and Raheem Sterling, we turn our attentions to the Goran Pandev fountain of youth and a right humdinger between Ukraine and the Netherlands. Search ‘Football Ramble…
 
Kate, Andy and Jim reflect on the harrowing events of yesterday involving Denmark’s Christian Eriksen and the truly commendable actions of the medical staff and players from both Denmark and Finland. We also look over Wales’ performance that earned them an impressive point against Switzerland and Belgium’s ruthless dispatching of Russia, thanks to …
 
Sometimes, you think you have a podcast planned and then something happens that changes everything. On this episode of The 1970, I'm joined by my co-host, Marc Damon, to discuss the latest Paris Saint-Germain transfer news, however, all of that got pushed to the side after Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen collapsed during a UEFA European Champi…
 
Grab your waistcoat and jump aboard the barge, everyone: the Euros have finally arrived! Marcus, Luke and Andy hit ten on the giddyometer on today's Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! We predict England's chances - with help from a psychic and Pete's supercomputer - give Scotland some love and celebrate the return of Wales' collection of vibesmen. …
 
All episodes of PSG Talking are special, but this one even more so as we're joined by the most influential journalist when it comes to football transfers. On today's show, I'm pleased to hand over the hosting duties to PSG Talk writer, Eduardo Razo, and he is joined by Fabrizio Romano to discuss all of the latest transfer news surrounding Paris Sai…
 
Portugal's gradual takeover of English and European football continues apace, with Bruno Lage freshening things up at Wolves and Spurs in advanced talks with the man their former boss just replaced. Best of luck, Paulo Fonseca... Kate, Andy and Jim also check in with the latest movers and shakers, as Lazio snag Maurizio Sarri and Chelsea are biddin…
 
With just a few days before the Euros starts, Kate's optimism has reached fever pitch. Luke and Jim try their best to keep her feet on the ground, but Gareth Southgate's statesman-like conduct and Phil Foden's new hair are just more fuel on the raging fire. International football's kept us warm in the meantime, as Olivier Giroud closes in on a reco…
 
Marcus, Andy and Pete convene to discuss some huge stories: why on earth did Big Dunc and Real Madrid fall through? Why have Valencia and DC Comics fallen out? And, of course, has Chris Smalling really seen a UFO? We also attend to news of Thomas Tuchel’s new contract at Chelsea and some wicked whispers at Stamford Bridge, while there’s a very late…
 
Romania are the latest to be put to England’s ruthless sword, with Jordan Henderson’s penalty miss intentionally throwing our rivals off the scent. Nice work, Quiz Boy. Jules, Pete and Jim celebrate the inclusion of Ben White and yet another Scotland win. We also check in with the usual North London suspects, with Spurs wisely deciding against hiri…
 
It took them twelve attempts, but Ireland finally have a win under Stephen Kenny! Kate, Luke and Pete get their open-top bus tour mapped out on today's episode of The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! We also look ahead to England's last game before the Euros kick off, with Trent Alexander-Arnold ruled out of the tournament and the Romanian squad …
 
England began their first of eight consecutive victories last night, with all the electrifying dynamism you'd expect from a pre-tournament friendly half-full of squad players. Marcus, Pete and Jim are here to dial up that Euros fever a bit further. Scotland and Wales impressed in other friendlies, despite Memphis Depay and a 25th-minute red card sp…
 
Well, here we are: Gareth Southgate has settled on his final squad for this summer’s Euros. Kate, Luke and Jim hop on board and set sail for Wembley, with the barge veering right almost immediately. We also look over Carlo Ancelotti’s time at Everton, as The Uncle heads back to Real Madrid seemingly without warning, and we get the lowdown on the tw…
 
Morecambe round off the EFL play-off punch-up with an impressive win, meaning they’ll play in the third tier for the first time in their history! G’wan the Shrimps! Jules, Luke and Vish also check in on two goalscoring legends, as Sergio Agüero joins Barcelona and Glenn Murray hangs up his weathered boots. We also snag some season tickets for our n…
 
The season has only just concluded and already, Paris Saint-Germain is making headlines. It's going to be a long summer... On this episode of PSG Talking, I'm joined by Cose Espinosa and Carl-Oscar Källström to discuss PSG's managerial situation and the latest transfer rumors. Up first, we break down the situation regarding Mauricio Pochettino wher…
 
Man City fell at the final hurdle and thus the Brassell prophecy is complete: Chelsea are champions of Europe, while Pep Guardiola is left frantically drawing up plans for a more sturdy 6-4-0 formation next season. Marcus, Luke and Vish are to here tuck in to club football’s final tasty offerings as Brentford at long last break into the Premier Lea…
 
Tactics friends turn tormented enemies this weekend, as Pep Guardiola and Thomas Tuchel lock nerdy horns in the Champions League final. Marcus, Vish and Pete look ahead to this continental clash on today's episode of The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! We also get an important Jamie Vardy: The Movie update, with Hollywood's elite jostling for a …
 
The stars aligned and put on their respective shirts, but Unai Emery - the World's Nicest Bond Villain™ - got his hands on a fourth Europa League trophy last night at Man United's expense. Kate, Andy and Jim pore over 21 beautifully struck penalties and David de Gea's meagre effort, before revving up the managerial merry-go-round. That's right: Ziz…
 
Jules, Andy and Jim are down at the Wembley docks, waving off Gareth and his brave barge of 33 England warriors. We wonder who's a certainty for the starting XI and whose injuries or inexperience might drag them off the barge and into the chilly waters below. We also look back on Sergio Agüero's unbelievable legacy and what he'll mean to Premier Le…
 
Paris Saint-Germain's 2020-21 season came to an anti-climatic end with only one trophy to show for its efforts. Now that the dust has settled, it's time to figure out what went wrong and how to improve for next season. On this episode of PSG Talking, I'm joined by Cosé Espinosa for a one-on-one chat about PSG's campaign in which they finished runne…
 
The end of the Premier League season can only mean one thing here at Ramble HQ: it’s predictions time! We see which of Marcus, Jim and Pete had a terrible time (spoiler: they all did). We also wonder what’s next for Nuno Espírito Santo and Wolves after their amicable split, while Real Madrid are looking to offload 12 players, Zinedine Zidane, the n…
 
Far be it from us to hype up an England prospect now the Premier League has finished, but... Joe Willock? Marcus, Pete and Vish race through the big stories from the final weekend of the season, with Leicester missing out on the top four and West Ham whipping their passports out for the lads. Elsewhere, the chickens came home to roost for Barcelona…
 
Well, we've made it: it's the final weekend of the Premier League season! Marcus, Andy and Luke give you the runners and riders in the race to qualify for the Champions League - and avoid the Conference League - on today's episode of The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! Scores need to be settled elsewhere too, with Mo Salah vs Harry Kane the unde…
 
Blink and you'll miss him, ladies and gents: five minutes after West Brom's relegation and Sam Allardyce has said he won't be back next season. Jules, Andy and Jim brace themselves for egotistical tell-alls and some Euro 2020 punditry. Elsewhere, the European royal rumble continues as sides desperately try to finish either fourth or ninth, nowhere …
 
Thomas Tracksuit Tuchel got his revenge on Leicester with a seismic win in the race for next season's Champions League. That being said, Kelechi Iheanacho completed a perfect goalscoring week with a game to spare, which is indeed the real quiz. Marcus, Vish and Pete also celebrate the return of fans, with Brighton snatching a great win from under P…
 
Vish and Pete are here to rate Harry Kane's prospective suitors after news of his desire to leave Spurs emerged yesterday, while Kate stares into the middle distance and wonders what's the point of it all. Elsewhere, it's advantage Bournemouth and Swansea City in the Championship play-off semi-finals after delicious goals put the Final in touching …
 
A cracking weekend of football meant a Steve Bruce attacking masterclass has been pushed alarming far down today's running order. Marcus, Luke and Jim are here to try and squeeze it into a packed ol' Ramble! Brother Brendy emerged triumphant from a ridiculously tense FA Cup final, with Kasper Schmeichel and Youri Tielemans providing the moments of …
 
Marcus, Vish and Luke arrive with a load of suggestions to help Ole Gunnar Solskjær tighten up United's defence: keep an eye on Fred, mark Thanos at the back post, etc. All that and a load more on today's episode of The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! Elsewhere in dreamland, Leicester will be hoping to make history and snatch the FA Cup trophy f…
 
Arsenal scored what might be the most chaotically awful goal of the season to keep their Europa Conference League fire flickering. Jules, Luke and Andy pour scorn over that blaze after some bizarre comments from Mikel Arteta in the post-match. There’s plenty of time for other nonsense elsewhere, as Plymouth’s vaccination queues inadvertently snake …
 
Do you remember when Man City were languishing in 13th and we all thought Pep Guardiola had lost it? Kate, Jim and Andy let off some indoor fireworks to celebrate their remarkable title win. Leicester's stanchion-loving Luke Thomas sealed the deal for City, with his goal helping the Foxes towards next season's Champions League. We also give owls so…
 
All their pretty passing and Scott Parker’s svelte knitwear couldn’t keep Fulham in the league, unfortunately. Marcus, Pete and Vish are here to pick through the gently flickering embers from this extremely prolonged car crash. Speaking of svelte, Edinson Cavani has booked another year on Ole’s Fun Bus – which is now protected by 35-foot concrete w…
 
That’s a wrap on the English Football League, as Wayne Rooney slips into a warm bubble bath in front of Sister Act II and Florentino Perez makes a tantalising offer to endlessly yo-yoing Rotherham. Kate, Jim and Pete are here to look back on a dramatic weekend! Big Sam furiously edits his CV after West Brom slip through the trapdoor, while Thomas T…
 
Kate, Luke and Pete celebrate a momentous anniversary on today's episode of The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway. Fifteen years ago today, Spurs ate that lasagne! Ah, good times. Back in the present, Arsenal suffer an embarrassing knockout at the hands of Unai Emery and Edinson Cavani dragged his Man United teammates to their first final under Ole…
 
Paris Saint-Germain was unsuccessful in keeping a club that didn't even want to be in the UEFA Champions League from reaching the final and they only have themselves to blame. On this episode of PSG Talking, I'm joined by Cose Espinosa and Carl-Oscar Källström to discuss PSG's 2-0 defeat (4-1 on aggregate) to Manchester City in the semi-final of th…
 
Marcus, Andy and Pete are here to help smuggle Eden Hazard out of Stamford Bridge under a big jacket, such is the furore that awaits him back in Madrid after Chelsea swept aside a threadbare Real Madrid. They’re coming for you, Eden. Elsewhere, we revel in the glorious rumours linking famed basket case Gennaro Gattuso to famed basket case Newcastle…
 
PSG just about had enough men left on the pitch to see out the end of a seismic defeat to Man City last night, with Phil Foden's uncanny Lionel Messi impersonation particularly enjoyable. Kate, Luke and Vish also assume that Rome won’t be rebuilt in a day, especially with José Mourinho at the helm of AS Roma next season, and we prepare for a relega…
 
Big Sam spent all of last night's draw with Wolves just settling scores - first with his careers advisor, then with Sammy Lee after he shook himself dry like a dog. Jules, Vish and Jim are here to paint the bus for the Greatest Escape celebration™️. Elsewhere, West Ham dream of continental crusades after Michail Antonio's goals put them a step clos…
 
Marcus, Jim and Andy are here to answer the important questions around the protests that postponed Man United vs Liverpool: what does this mean for the Glazers? Will we see this across the Top Six? Why did nobody bring a ball? Some matches did take place elsewhere, as Kai Havertz’s knocked one of Fulham’s feet into the grave and Sergio Agüero remin…
 
Marcus, Luke and Andy head straight for the studio after catching last night's encore from Now That's What I Call Man United '99. We take stock of their win and Arsenal's lucky escape on today's episode of The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! We also look ahead to some Premier League humdingers, as Fulham desperately search for a lifeline - while…
 
PSG and Man City served up a cracking game in last night’s Champions League that has Kate, Jim and Andy in footballing soft power purgatory over which horse they're backing. We also get an update on the movers looking to shake Arsenal from the hands of the Kroenke's and, with football’s biggest names set to boycott social media this weekend, we loo…
 
Paris Saint-Germain picked the worst time of the season to revert back to their old ways and now, they have an uphill battle in their quest for UEFA Champions League glory. On this episode of PSG Talking, I’m joined by Matt Gooding and Guillaume Delaporte to break down PSG’s 2-1 loss to Manchester City in the semi-final of the Champions League. The…
 
Chelsea put one cultured boot in the Champions League final after an impressive performance in a Madrid monsoon, despite more wayward finishing from Timo Werner. Jim has had to pull himself and a suspected broken rib out of Regent’s Canal to join Jules and Vish to get stuck into it all! Elsewhere, Joey Barton confirms he’s just going to ignore Bris…
 
Death, taxes and Kelechi Iheanacho netting in 2021: only one of those gives us that tingly feeling. Marcus, Pete and Vish jump on Leicester’s wholesome hype train, calling at all stations to the 2021/22 Champions League. We also concern ourselves with Arsenal’s new altruistic suitors, who include a tech billionaire and an Invicibles tribute act. El…
 
Despite an onslaught of passes along the backline from Spurs, Man City lift their first trophy of the season with consummate, bloody ruthless ease. Kate, Pete and Luke convene to reflect on the game and the return of those pesky inconveniences known as ‘legacy fans’. We also pick over some weird results in the Premier League, as Burnley run riot at…
 
This week might have been the most chaotic since news broke in 2017 that Neymar Jr. was leaving FC Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain. On this episode of PSG Talking, I'm joined by Matt Gooding and Marc Damon to discuss the rise and fall of the European Super League and look ahead to PSG's upcoming UEFA Champions League tie against Manchester City. …
 
Kate, Jim and Luke are here for The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! We’re still reeling after a seismic week in football – and now Sam Allardyce is on the verge of relegation. For the first time, of course. Have a bit of respect. As Arsenal and Man United suffer push back over the Super League, Spurs prepare for a cup final against Man City with…
 
After a half shaking off the José Mourinho hoodoo, Ryan Mason’s Spurs managed to overturn a halftime league deficit for the first time this season - it's as easy as that! Jules, Luke and Andy assess what Spurs' win means for a stuttering Ralph Hasenhüttl, before heaping deserved praise on Nice Humble Lads™️ Phil Foden and Rodri after yet another Ma…
 
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