Football Ramble Daily

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, with the return of football post-lockdown, the Football Ramble brings you daily episodes of equal parts insight and hilarity. All this and more, Monday through Saturday. Lend us your ears and we’ll keep you up to date with the latest stories from the Premier League and all around Europe, all with an eye for both the sublime and the ridiculous.

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The Preview Show: Man City’s corridor of applause, Sheffield United get a needed win, and World Cup 2018 relived

They might have underperformed this season by their outrageous standards, but Man City showed last night they’re still capable of handing out a pasting. The new champions were on the end of it this time, as we discuss on today’s jam-packed edition of t...


 2020-07-03  55m

Leicester slip up, West Ham ensure Chelsea can't capitalise, and Bournemouth are doomed

Nobody wants to secure qualification for Europe, do they?! Jules, Andy and Vish are in situ to pore over last night’s Premier League matches, as Chelsea failed to capitalise on Leicester’s defeat at Everton and climb to third in the table. We also prai...


 2020-07-02  46m

Brilliant Bruno Fernandes, Joe Hart’s next steps, and steampunk church-gazing

We’re gradually coming to terms with Man United being a prominent force again, with today’s episode further evidence of that. Jules, Pete and Luke are here to rave about Bruno Fernandes’ pivotal impact since his arrival after United’s 3-0 win at Bright...


 2020-07-01  49m

Sean Dyche's future at Burnley, improving BAME opportunities in coaching, and chaos at Barcelona

Even with the possibility of Europa League qualification, might the end of this season be the best time for Sean Dyche to leave Burnley? Marcus, Andy and Vish are here to mull over that question on today’s episode of the Football Ramble! We also disc...


 2020-06-30  56m

The FA Cup quarter-finals have predictable outcomes, Danny Ings is red hot, and Neil Warnock rides again

Marcus, Jim and Pete are here to discuss the weekend’s action, where Man City had enough in the tank to overcome the weaponry of Newcastle United, Arsenal got past a wind-powered Sheffield United and Harry Maguire denied us penalties with his late winn...


 2020-06-29  49m

The Blizzard: Romania 3-2 Argentina, 1994

On today’s episode of Greatest Games, in association with The Blizzard, we look back on perhaps the most enjoyable game of the 1994 World Cup, alongside the New York Times’ Rory Smith!  Despite the fallout from Diego Maradona’s drug ban cast...


 2020-06-27  50m

The Preview Show: Liverpool are finally crowned champions by Chelsea, and the hand of Fernandinho!

Luke, Marcus and Jim are here and Liverpool have finally done it! They had to wait 30 years, and then a little bit more, but it’s becoming increasingly clear that they do not care. Where do they rank among the best Premier League winners of all time? T...


 2020-06-26  52m

Merseyside magic, another Serie A title twist, and the relegation dogfight

Liverpool breeze past Crystal Palace with a precision bordering on the unnerving, and now find themselves a whisker away from their first Premier League title for 30 years. Not to be outdone, an Anthony Martial-inspired Man United swipe Sheffield Uni...


 2020-06-25  43m

Spurs flatter to deceive, Leicester stumble again and football’s lovable Grandad returns

The Premier League ain’t stopping, and neither are we! Jules Breach, Luke Moore and Vithushan Ehantharajah are back with another episode of the Football Ramble, as this festival of summer football continues. On today’s show, we begin by reflecting on...


 2020-06-24  52m

Man City batter Burnley, La Liga conspiracy theories, and José Mourinho’s weird maths

Kate Mason, Andy Brassell and Jim Campbell are here to discuss another frustrating turn of events as some utter prat paid a numpty in a plane to deliberately miss the point of a global push for equality. Ben Mee and Burnley themselves spoke out eloquen...


 2020-06-23  49m