Maine Road Ramble is a Manchester City focused podcast originally created by Kevin Nelson and Ger Deegan, who met while writing for SB Nation a few years back. In it's present state, the Maine Road Ramble team is made up of Ger, Andrew Dettmer, Jon Ashley and Joe Ricci.
The podcast structure is quite loose and conversational with the banter ranging across all aspects of the game, including tactics, analytics, match recaps, and much more. Thanks to the size of our team, we also provide a couple of specialized series, such as transfer targets, legal ramifications, etc.
Looking to have the latest and greatest on all things Manchester City? Have a listen and interaction is encouraged so please get in touch! You can find us on Twitter @MaineRoadRamble or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Reach out with any questions, thoughts, or suggestions and we'll be sure to mention them on an episode. Thanks for all the support!
Did Stuart Attwell kill MRR?
Andrew, Jon, and Joe discuss this question and what the future holds for Maine Road Ramble and for City.
Happy trails everyone, it's been an absolute privilege bringing this content to you the past three years.
Riconomic Boom: Lewis Shines Home and Away
Andrew and Jon cast their eyes over handy victories for City against Liverpool (League Cup) and Leeds (Premier League) ahead of a daunting set of fixtures in the first six weeks of 2023. There's plenty of Rico Lewis hype, Jack Grealish chat, and mind-boggling Erling Haaland maths.
Today, I feel Argentine
Joe and Andrew discuss Messi finally reaching the summit of international football, their World Cup Team of the Tournament, and look ahead to City's return to club action against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup on Thursday.
World Cup 2022: Expectations, Predictions, and Dark Horses
Jon, Andrew and Joe add their (somewhat forgetful at times) voices to the pile of World Cup previews currently sitting in your podcast queue. Reasons to choose ours over the others? It's less than 39 minutes long.
Live from Manchester, Its Maine Road Ramble (Fulham Match Reaction)
Jon, Andrew, and Joe sit down for what is not only the first and only Maine Road Ramble episode ever recorded in person, but the most emotionally shattered episode. They talk through their experience watching City nab a late 2-1 win over Fulham and give thanks to the many people who made this experience possible.
No Party for Vardy and We're Headed to Manchester
Joe and Andrew discuss City's 1-0 win over Leicester, the state of play in the league with two matches remaining before the world cup, chat about Match Day 6 in the UCL, and get ready for the pilgrimage to the Etihad in a few short days.
The 2013/14 Yaya Toure Of Podcasts
If you don’t listen to this podcast you supported the purchase of Mangala.
Yanks, a Manc and a looney Irishman.....
It's gotten better over time. Good analytics, good talk a little banter, and while I miss an episode here and there, and sound quality is a little lacking on some days, they are doing it for the love of the team and I can't begrudge anyone for that! My #2/#3 City pod (Sorry "Why Always Us ?" is clear #1 but I'm sure you guys listen too)🤣 so this sit behind them for me. Used to be Noisy Neighbors were #2 but they produce less frequently so that's why they dropped a slot but it's close. I appreciate the work and the "collective" cross continental effort.
fizzy bubbly MCFC
Great pace of conversation and balance of opinions here. A wonderful lack of hater vibes, no journalistic biases to be found. There’s a crucial knowledge of the game shared among all hosts. I actively look forward to these updates week in, week out. Good vibes. Essential MCFC fan listening.