The Football Ramble Show
The Football Ramble is the biggest independent sport podcast in the genre. Released every Wednesday it takes an alternative look at the finer points of the beautiful game. Get on the show by emailing email@example.com
23 March 2011Fate befalls the ramblers this week. A fate worse than a confusing bib - keep listening for the 411, yo. As always, firstname.lastname@example.org for all your dispatches from the front line of football...and your email jingles. And we promise...we will be back to full strength by next week.
16 March 2011Apologies for the tardiness of this week's slice of Ramble cake, we had a bit of a problem with the mics, so pete had to climb inside his computer and clean its pipes. As a result tiny wee bits of the show may sound a little strange to the avid Rambler, but we can guarantee this will be resolved by next week, nay bother. As always, email@example.com for all your emails and jingles and drawings of what cows might look like in 3030.
8 March 2011This week, the Ramble team had precisely one hour to get a show in the can before running into the front room and watching the Barca-Arsa match. Did they manage to get it done in time? You're about to find out. Thanks to Ed Wenn of EdWenn.com for a fabulous jingle this week, and make sure you update your address book - we're now at firstname.lastname@example.org on the emails. Cheers!
2 March 2011The Ramblers take down the League Cup final's particulars, Luke gets all hot for the Nuge (so what's new?) and Udinese put on a bit of a spread. As always, emails and email jingles to email@example.com (try and beat this week's jingy...) or meet us in the forum! Cheers.
23 February 2011The ramblepunks chow down on the magic of the FA cup, the magic of falling down a lift shaft, and the magic of inducting the nippiest player ever into the DWHOF. As always, firstname.lastname@example.org for all your jingles and emails. Lovely stuff.
16 February 2011The Rambleteam celebrate the career of the greatest striker in recent history, Luke and Marcus bicker over the West London derby, and Jim thinks about what horrors Barca have in store for his beloved Arsenal. As always, email@example.com for all your tittle-tattle, hearsay and tasteful nudes.