Football Ramble

United by their passion for football and an inability to take themselves seriously, Marcus Speller, Jules Breach, Kate Mason, Luke Moore, Vithushan Ehantharajah, Pete Donaldson, Andy Brassell and Jim Campbell are here every weekday to react to the game's big stories.  From the sublime to the ridiculous, the bust-ups to the cock-ups, the Premier League to the Copa Libertadores, the Football Ramble is your definitive guide to the 2021/22 season. Whether you’re a casual fan or a diehard supporter, grab your headphones and join us for the ride.

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Does Fabian Delph spark joy?

Kate, Jim and Pete are here with the answers to some of the game's biggest questions: is Zinedine Zidane warming to the prospect of Man United? Are Newcastle victims of a vicious Premier League cartel? How many miles will Dani Alves run in every B...



Roberto Martínez: Stylish Mover

Roberto Martínez nearly pulled out some of those saucy moves in that electric Cardiff atmosphere last night, with Beefy Moore's equaliser enough to get Wales a seeded play-off spot.  We get into that, before Marcus and Luke console Lars...



44 buttocks chase a ball around and eventually Che Adams scores

England's marching band stuck ten past San Marino in the final round of Now That's What I Call Competitive, meaning they can turn their attention to the dark cloud coming over the hill.  Kate, Luke and Pete give that a once-over, r...



The Serbian Darren Anderton

Fresh off his latest round of Ibra Watch, Lars Sivertsen joins Jules and Andy at Ramble HQ for a blast through a hefty weekend of international football. Aleksandar Mitrović and co dented Portugal's World Cup hopes with some last gasp magic, whi...



Patreon special: The Teams of Our Lives, Leicester 2015/16

We're here with a special bonus episode, plucked from the Ramble Patreon feed! Today, we’re bringing you an episode of The Teams of Our Lives, a weekly show where Marcus and Andy look back on what made their favourite teams history-makers. This ...



The Preview Show: Didn't even want a Belgium cap

In the era of hyper professionalism, it's refreshing to see Radja Nainggolan determined to never play for Belgium again because he'd rather have a smoke. Ryan Fraser should've used that justification for dropping out of Scary Steve'...



Captain Cash's Catalonian Kickabouts

Imagine it: you're Matty Cash. You've just turned up to national team training for the first time - having learned the anthem on YouTube - to find Pep Guardiola scampering along the touchline. Rest up, Pep, honestly... Jules, Jim and Andy c...



Signing Jonjo's #cans

The Papa John's Trophy served up some more lukewarm slices last night, with AFC Wimbledon eliminated and Newcastle United U21's battered at Mansfield. At least Jonjo Shelvey's been signing some local cans of lemonade, the good sport. J...



Do you referee tiddlywinks?

Kate, Luke and Jim get stuck into the big questions right at the heart of the football discourse on today's show: did Arsène Wenger leave Arsenal too late? Did Callum Wilson think he was collecting Eddie Howe from the airport? Who's ...



Three Niko Kranjčars for a fiver

Four of the Premier League's bottom five clubs have now hit the managerial ejector seat this season, with Dean Smith and Daniel Farke the latest casualties. Here's to their impending freelance gigs across the Championship! Marcus, Vish and ...