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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 and inability to take themselves too seriously. Since then the boys have come a very long way; from best-selling book to sold out live shows, The Football Ramble’s irreverent takes on football have clearly resonated with other fans of the sport. Now, The Football Ramble becomes Football Ramble Daily--featuring brand new shows and voices Monday through Saturday. Throughout the week, expect brand new episodes from The Ramble, Jules & Andy, Ramble Meets…, On The Continent, The Preview Show and The Blizzard.

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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 and inability to take themselves too seriously. Since then the boys have come a very long way; from best-selling book to sold out live shows, The Football Ramble’s irreverent takes on football have clearly resonated with other fans of the sport. Now, The Football Ramble becomes Football Ramble Daily--featuring brand new shows and voices Monday through Saturday. Throughout the week, expect brand new episodes from The Ramble, Jules & Andy, Ramble Meets…, On The Continent, The Preview Show and The Blizzard.

    The Blizzard: Milan 2-1 Benfica, 1963

    The Blizzard: Milan 2-1 Benfica, 1963

    Today we take a look back at a game of genuine historical importance in European football history. On today’s episode of Greatest Games, in association with The Blizzard, we’re joined by The Independent’s Miguel Delaney to discuss the 1963 European Cup final between Milan and Benfica.


    This pivotal moment in the history of the European Cup cannot be understated; it represented two dominant teams at opposite ends of their respective cycles. Milan arrived as purveyors of a free-scoring, but still pragmatic, catenaccio and regarded themselves as significant underdogs. But, with their manager Nereo Rocco’s pre-match antics on the bus helping to lighten the mood, two goals from José Altafini denied Benfica their third consecutive European Cup. This was an early example of modernity in football tactics; a team winning on the strength of a tactical system with eleven components, rather than relying on eleven individuals beating their opposite man. 


    Miguel's article for The Blizzard about this match is available here: https://www.theblizzard.co.uk/article/ac-milan-2-benfica-1


    For more stories from the annals of football history, visit www.theblizzard.co.uk to explore their archives that contain over 700 articles of stories just like this one!


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    • 42 Min.
    The Preview Show: Champions League blows for Liverpool and Spurs, Leicester take on Man City, and Chelsea are having a wobble

    The Preview Show: Champions League blows for Liverpool and Spurs, Leicester take on Man City, and Chelsea are having a wobble

    It's a big week in the ol’ football, as European football resumes and Big Weng steps in to do something about the offside rule – something we’re all frankly a little unsure about. 


    We even saw Liverpool lose, as Atletico took a 1-0 lead into their second leg match at Anfield, insulting the place as they did so. Let’s see how that pans out. That’s not all we saw; we saw Richard Blackwood haunting Spurs; we saw Barcelona cleverly manipulating time itself; we saw a bitten penis. 


    And if even that isn’t enough, Cristiano Ronaldo and Pingu drop in to say hello. 


    Search ‘Football Ramble Daily’ on social media to find us, and email us here: show@footballrambledaily.com 


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    Further reading:


    Pep Guardiola vows to stay at Man City whatever happens:


    https://www.theguardian.com/football/2020/feb/19/pep-guardiola-vows-stay-at-manchester-city-back-fight-uefa-against-ban


    Miguel Delaney on Arsene Wenger’s plans for the offside rule: 


    https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/arsene-wenger-offside-rule-law-change-fifa-var-arsenal-manager-a9344621.html


    Jose Mourinho is down to the bare bones:


    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/51567537 For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 53 Min.
    On The Continent: Miserly defending in Madrid, teenage kicks at Dortmund, and the fall of José Mourinho

    On The Continent: Miserly defending in Madrid, teenage kicks at Dortmund, and the fall of José Mourinho

    It’s nice to have the Champions League back, isn’t it? Like a nice mug of warm cocoa on a cold midweek night. We give this week’s round of fixtures a thorough going over on today’s episode of On The Continent, which features Andy Brassell, Lars Sivertsen and David Cartlidge!


    We begin with Atlético Madrid’s hugely impressive win over Liverpool at the Wanda Metropolitano. We discuss the unwavering influence of Saúl Ñíguez on this Atléti side and their unrelenting commitment to miserly defending that infuriates their opposition. Afterwards, we check in with Lars for another episode of Håland Watch™, as the teenage sensation scored both goals in Dortmund’s win over PSG. David also talks us through Thomas Tuchel’s bizarre changes to PSG’s line up, Marco Verrati’s incessant stupidity and Neymar throwing the PSG medical staff under the bus.


    We also decide whether José Mourinho is finished as an elite European coach and assess Barcelona’s enforced signing of Leganes striker Martin Braithwaite!


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    • 47 Min.
    Fantasy Five-a-Side: Doc Brown

    Fantasy Five-a-Side: Doc Brown

    Jim's delighted to be joined by actor, comedian, writer, rapper, screenwriter and voice of VAR at Selhurst Park, Doc Brown!


    His team is packed with ninjas, accountants (in this case the same man), a man so good his name replaced the word “volley” in the ‘90s, surprise packages and an overlooked all time great, cleverly gelled together by a figure who commands more respect than any other living being. 


    There was also time to discuss the proliferation of bird-related iconography in football, those heartbreaking “what if?” moments that are a definitive part of being a fan and some not-that-surprising revelations about one Pete Donaldson.


    Search ‘Football Ramble Daily’ on social media to find us, and email us here: show@footballrambledaily.com 


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    • 49 Min.
    Jules & Andy: Man City's UEFA appeal, what's next for Pep Guardiola, and combatting further racism across the continent

    Jules & Andy: Man City's UEFA appeal, what's next for Pep Guardiola, and combatting further racism across the continent

    We begin today’s episode of Jules & Andy with an in-depth look at the current state of affairs at Manchester City, as sports lawyer Daniel Geey joins us to explain the current situation after UEFA's ruling and what the immediate next steps will be. We then discuss whether it would be advantageous for City to seek an expedited appeal and try have this matter sorted before the end of the season, as well as assessing the futures of Pep Guardiola, their current crop of players and the wider City project.


    Then, in light of various shocking instances across football this weekend, we take a look at the latest attempts to combat racism suffered by players whilst on the pitch. Andy reveals how some have misjudged Porto’s players’ - and manager Sérgio Conceição’s - handling of Moussa Marega’s attempt boycott of their match against Vitoria Guimaraes, while we also discuss different ways fans and staff tackled the problem at Germany’s SC Preußen Münster and Atherstone Town respectively. 


    Many thanks to Daniel Geey for speaking to us; you can purchase his book ‘Done Deal’ here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Done-Deal-Contracts-Multi-Million-Transfers/dp/1472947177


    Get in touch via twitter: @julesbreach @andybrassell @footballramble or via email: julesandandy@footballrambledaily.com!


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    • 56 Min.
    The Ramble: Man City find themselves in trouble, Arsenal gub Newcastle, and Spurs break Villa hearts

    The Ramble: Man City find themselves in trouble, Arsenal gub Newcastle, and Spurs break Villa hearts

    Massive news from the rulings department of football as Man City face a potential two year ban from the Champions League. It’s potentially seismic stuff, and we are as measured and mature about the whole thing as you might expect. 


    We also make time to discuss Joelinton’s woes in front of goal, and how they might be helped if he actually spent more time in front of goal, Sean Dyche motivating his players by showing them the opposition accurately describing their tactics and we’ve even got time to take a trip to Daniel Farke’s tuck shop. 


    Search ‘Football Ramble Daily’ on social media to find us, and email us here: show@footballrambledaily.com 


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    Further reading: 


    How bad could things get for Manchester City?


    https://www.theguardian.com/football/2020/feb/16/champions-league-ban-manchester-city-butterfly


    It’s now almost 2000 minutes without a goal for Joelinton:


    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/51526267


    Graeme Souness has some high praise for Nicolas Pepe:


    https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11670/11936330/graeme-souness-compares-nicolas-pepe-to-thierry-henry-after-newcastle-goal For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 53 Min.

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One of the best football podcasts around

Great football podcast to listen to for analysis and quality banter. The guys have a great chemistry and the episodes can’t come out soon enough. Wonderful podcast!

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