The Football Ramble show archive
This week, our intrepid Ramblers take in another barnstorming weekend in European soccer. They pop to Moldova to witness a ref receiving a right-hander, and The Czech Republic to see one stumble around the pitch, as drunk as a Lord. As always, [email protected] for all your bits and bobs. PIP PIP
2 November 2011
What a week it's been for football, for fireworks and for people who love a good lol. This week the Ramblers talk about you know who-telli, some Ghanaian refs get some time off, and the world takes a sharp intake of breath as they wait to see if Lukey can retain the Going For Glold crown. As always, [email protected] for the chance to win a copy of PES2012.
26 October 2011
Maradona's up to his old tricks and it's up to the Ramblers to give you the good news. More info on Anders Limpar's time machine comes to the fore, and Marcus beats the drum for Scotland. [email protected] if you wanna grab yourself a slice of PES2012 goodness!
19 October 2011
So...England have qualified for the Euros, but nobody seems to have noticed. The boys are back to lash out themselves, without fear of getting sent to the stands. If you'd like to have a crack at winning that PES 2012 game, get in touch: [email protected] - make sure you write 'PES 2012' in the subject line. Ta!
12 October 2011
Here comes the Football Ramble! For the month of October we're sponsored by PES 2012, which means we'll be chucking plenty of games your way. On this week's show, Chris Powell gives his team a dressing 'up' on the pitch, Sergio Canales scores his first against Granada, and Julio 'The Beast' Baptista puts one in too. As always [email protected] - and do drop us a line with how you'd punish little Carlos, wontcha?
5 October 2011
Team Ramble celebrate another eventful weekend in the life of that thing we sometimes refer to as 'football' with another hour of japes, jokes and jockstraps. Jim does a funny voice at the end, which scares the life out of Pete, and Marcus uses a vulgar term for sex, which shocks Luke. Business as usual, then. Say hello at [email protected]
27 September 2011
Rambleforce.....assemble! The boys are back in Ramble HQ, and they're ready to talk footypops to you. And you. And even you! This week, the old guard are popping up with some decent hits - Nobby Solano and Kevin Phillips to name but two, Karl Henry and Joey Barton resume their bi-annual bromance, and Birmingham get a bit of a shoeing in the Championship. [email protected] for all your news and nonsense from wherever you might be enjoying the round ball game
21 September 2011
The four Ramblers find themselves faced with headlines such as 'Harry for England' and 'Balotelli visits prison', and naturally decide that they're not gonna have to exert themselves too much this week. As always, [email protected] for all your dispatches from the touchline. Also, do have a shufty at our website www.thefootballramble.com - it's one year old this week. Awwww.
13 September 2011
The Ramblers are back once more, but this time as the lesser-spotted four piece! This week, Chile and Spain get as tasty as their food, another San Marino team are put to the sword, and your emails almost put Pete in hospital. [email protected] for all your chit-chat and associated what-nottery.
7 September 2011
In a bit of transfer deadline day madness, The Ramble welcome back Jim but lose Pete for a week. There's talk of Arsenal's ten goal thriller at Old Trafford, Edin Dzeko's haul and (incredibly) yet another ex-footballing teacher. Elsewhere, a player absolutely Pandevs a teammate with a piece of crockery. Send all your emails to [email protected], and we'll be back with a full complement of Ramblers next week.
31 August 2011
The guys hose themselves down after an afternoon in the stands, good old Warnock alienates five thousand supporters, and Paulo Di Canio eats a nightmare. Of course our email address is [email protected] Say hello, won't ya?
24 August 2011
Still one man down, the Ramblers take in the opening day of the Premier League, the Supercopa de España, and they find out that the Becali apple doesn't fall far from the metaphor tree.