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A Short Ramble Note

2009-04-24

As per the instructions in the last football ramble, if you subscribe to us, and haven't automatically got the next installment of the ramble by Sunday the 3rd of May, get yourself to www.thefootballramble.com to re-subscribe. Cheers team! …

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Dig deep into an abyss, which is big

2009-04-17

The Rambling chaps discuss the recent V signs north of the border, the most ridiculous refereeing decision of all time is revealed, Hartlepool’s favourite tranny gets a mention and a 50-0 score line in South Africa arouses suspicions …

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We’ll Meet Again, Don’t Know Where, Don’t Know When

2009-04-04
Length: 1s

This time around the boys take a sepia-tinged look at the way the game (football, if you wondered) is changing, the recent World Cup qualifiers and the shocks they’ve thrown up are mulled over, Villarreal have their praises sung and Tim Lovejoy proves that he’s a smug, cretinous fool, but then you knew that anyway. …

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"No, Michael Sheen is playing him. Not Martin Sheen. Two different people."

2009-03-21

Another fortnight, another chance for four men to run rough shod over the footballing issues of the day. We've got the usual funny stories, some superb listener emails, and a rather melancholic, reflective Dean Windass Hall Of Fame. The Football Ramble - 'Absolutely raping it since 2006"…

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It’s all Just a Big Shame

2009-03-06

In the latest show Marcus takes us through his adventures in a Spanish prison and gives the boys a lesson on futsal to raise their knowledge of the subject higher than them being “aware that it’s a thing”. Footballers’ sex tapes, including Paul Jewell’s (just imagine that), a merking involving a superfluous owl and the abominable Giorgio Chinaglia are all discussed and Pete reveals his musical talents. It’s decided that there’s “something of the Bernard Matthews” about Sam Allardyce and the words drongo, beano, ocelot and pit yakkers are all included in this episode. …

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Shoot That Blond Arrow Through My Heart

2009-02-20

The Ramble boys take the time to dissect the coverage of the Milan derby, the latest managerial changes in the Premier League, and England's recent friendly defeat to Spain. They also attempt to induct arguably the greatest footballer ever to grace the field into the Dean Windass Hall of Fame. Lukey rants, Pete raves, James or Jim regales and Marcus rejoices. Warning: This show contains yet more terrible Geordie accents. Apart from Pete, his is completely natural.…

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Oh Hello Football Ramble

2009-02-06

The boys Favourite ginger players are discussed, a parrot recieves its marching orders, Viagra is considered for footballing purposes in Brazil, Andy Burton is a rude word and find out which footballers could be thrown over a cross bar …

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Here in my Kaka, I know I've started to think, about leaving tonight - Gary Numan, 1979

2009-01-24

The boys discuss the recent transfer window lunacy, Gary Cook's badly tailored gib and our new pray-soh-dent's penchant for the claret and blue. Plus, a player profile moustache special. www.thefootballramble.com for all the downlow, innit boyee. …

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Fear and Loathing in Newcastle

2009-01-10

In this show the boys discuss the giddy madness of the transfer window, Jermaine Pennant’s baffling decision to turn down Real Madrid and R & B star Shola Ameobi exposing himself as a total plank. Elsewhere Bayern Munich are revealed as easily fooled, a team from Madagascar utterly implode and Luke gets an absolute caning from one disgruntled listener.…

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2008 - That Was The Year That Was

2008-12-26
Length: 1s

Full of turkey and overrun by presents and elderly relatives, the boys drag themselves out of their easy chairs for one last time in 2008 (minus Pete, who was laid low with 'flu) to dissect and digest all the great things that happened over the year, and also specify exactly what they'd like to see happen in 2009 (James Richardson for Prime Minister, amongst other things). A hearty Christmas thanks to Ramblers everywhere for your support and messages during 2008, we'll see you all in the new year.…

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