There will be moles: Man United pass their big test, Richard Keys tells it like it is and Leeds employ some espionage
Conspiracies, spies, David Gandy… this show has it all. We look back over David de Gea’s magnificent performance in goal for Man United, marvel at one of (one of) the silliest things Richard Keys has ever said and enjoy Shane Long ending his goal drought as Ralph Hasenhüttl continues to show that he’s The Governor at Southampton. Elsewhere there are buckets of pace, hot dog accidents and Neil Warnock getting political. We have everything you could possibly need. To hell with the rest of the podcasts. Search ‘Football Ramble’ on social media to find us, and email us here:
Mous D: Carabao Cup action, a test for Man United and a big moment for Fulham
Man City gubbing Burton Albion; respectful or not? We debate this hot topic because we’re not afraid of tackling the big issues. While we’re at it we give Mousa Dembele a speculative MOT and discuss another one of your frankly mad suggestions to change the FA Cup. As well as this we worry about the atmosphere at Fulham fans’ relaxation days, reflect on the nature of Andy Carroll and rub our chins at the possible combination of Arsenal, Samir Nasri and The Narrative. This show is sponsored by bet365 Search ‘Football Ramble’ on social media to find us, and email us here:
Crock of WhatsApp: FA Cupsets from Newport, Oldham, Pompey and more!
What a wonderful weekend of FA Cup action, with Premier League teams slouching to defeat across the land. We look back on Newport’s heroics, a furious Claudio Ranieri, a raging Neil Warnock and some most unFulhamish behaviour in the form of some projectile gloves. There’s also some suggested rule changes from you, our dear listeners, an update on the Cardiff banner man, sartorial confusion courtesy of Tony Adams and Franck Ribery’s surprisingly controversial golden steak. Get on it please. Search ‘Football Ramble’ on social media to find us, and email us here:
Rickie Lampard amalgamate: Can Warlock make magic happen, the FA Cup 3rd round and holidays for Man United
It’s the FA Cup Third Round! One of our favourite weekends of the season, featuring potential Mellon slices for Spurs, players with normal jobs being patronised and, surely, some FA Cup magic from Neil Warlock himself. We also look back at a fine example of the homemade banner, learn of Man United’s sunshine break and hear some pleasing names from yesteryear, like John O’Shea and Rod Wallace. That sort of thing. This show is sponsored by bet365 Search ‘Football Ramble’ on social media to find us, and email us here:
Ramble Meets...Neil Etheridge
At 28 years old, Neil Etheridge has established himself as an important part of Neil Warnock’s Cardiff side, but it hasn’t always been plain sailing. After all, the current Cardiff City and Philippines goalkeeper’s story is not one that we’ve come to expect from a Premier League player. Speaking to Marcus in this latest episode of Ramble Meets..., Neil talks about being released from Chelsea’s academy as a teenager, Mark Schwarzer giving him advice at Fulham, and his journey from bit-part player in the lower leagues to winning promotion with Cardiff into the top flight.