Discussion in 'Football Forum' started by Pogue Mahone, Sep 26, 2008.
Him and Marcotti are fecking incredible in terms of arrogance.
Will get WFD then.
Has she talked about Stekelenburg and how Fergie should be blamed yet?
or about Wenger and the 'Frenchies'
its hilariously bad
i'm like... whatevaa
unfortunately what has been heard cannot be unheard
I stopped at "Man United could get their shiz together"
I couldn't go on after that.
WFD's big draw is it's guests.
I used to be a subscriber until I got priced out during college. It's not bad though.
WFD was miles better when Cohen was around. At least he had a gut to say Scousers should feel more responsible for "you know what", which sparkled the whole saga of boycotting by Scousers and Scouse fans, threatening email, phone calls, messages to him and his family, etc. Their entertainment value was very high. I guess I like hosts who are slightly mental and out of control time to time. He left to do something else but he is very personable and you can reach him via facebook or twitter.
It's not as funny or entertaining as it used to be but still a good show nontheless and hosted by a Ranger's fan Scot guy and a Gooner brit girl. That Gooner girl is very sane and quite objective. The Scot guy is absolutely mental and kinda anti-English.
Can't wait to hear Barclay after his club were massacred by The Embodiment of all that is Wrong with Football.
Edit: No Barclay this week. Nuts.
Who was the guy on World Football Daily for yesterday (30/8) who basically said that we're an average side propped up by actual magic?
You can hear what the twat Barclay has to say here:
You can tell he had a miserable time on Sunday.
I'll be giving the Times podcast about a 6 month break after their latest - Barclay is just toxic now, his idea that England should sling out Ferdinand being a good example.
He's hopeless - bitter, angry, rambling. Bit of an embarrassment really.
I think he might be becoming mentally ill. He's been coming across as genuinely unhinged for a while now.
I reckon you might be right. There were times on the latest podcast where you could hear that Marcotti was clearly tiring of him - hopefully he'll be retired off soon...
Beyond the Pitch
Interviewed big dutch legend Jaap Stam today. He goes in to setail about his United exit and the circumstances behind it, How Ferguson is two faced, hear what he thinks about Liverpool and about the Germans! Will be uploaded in a day or two
Can't be that controversial, he's still one of our scouts is he not?
Also I forgot specifically what it was yesterday but that anal beard of a man Barclay manages to have me shouting at my car stereo at least once a week.
Oh yeah that's right it was his rant on Andy Cole. What a cnut.
Was in hysterics with James Richardsons pun in the mould of Jamie Redknapp, speaking about Breno (Brazillian footballer who burned down his own house)
"Well it sounds like this Breno bloke's home form is quite literally on fire"
"Speaking about Arsen(e)...Arsenal play.."
Richardson is great.
A crying shame he isn't on Sky.
It's best he's not. They'd suck the life out of him, he'd be forced to roll out banal cliches.
ha ha, im glad someone else mentioned it...was hilarious.
He was away last week. The European paper review for last week was funny. Didnt expect them to put one up, but they did
The Ramble intro question last week about which manager you wouldn't want to be your father in law had me in stitches.
"You've stuck yir flag-pole in ma daughter's centre circle!"
I was listening to football weekly on the commute to work this morning. Those 2 puns made me burst out laughing and look like a complete mentalist on a full bus. Couple of good ones on opening credits too. It was a good Pod, 3 of the best guests ( Glennding, Duarte and Hongestein )
I almost crashed my car from laughing when they started going on about how Redknapp would try to find his daughter a better husband from other tables around yours down the pub
James Richardson is the best media personality in football, easily. He's great to listen to.
All the literally Jamie jokes done
Duarte on Pardew talking about ramadan. "Guy should know better, especially in this county where people blow everything out of proportion"
Sir Bobby Charlton got inducted into the Ramble's hall of fame today. Good profile
Every week I listen right to the end hoping it will be Scholes.
They've been going off birthdays recently so I suppose we'll find out in a month.
Charlton is the next best thing to be fair.
Anyone remember the pun from two weeks ago on FW after the story about Breno setting his own house on fire and having some mental issues?
Honigstein tells the story.
After he's done....
Richardson talking like Redknapp : "Well I guess you could say he's someone who's home form is literally on fire."
I was working out at the gym when I heard that and was in hysterics. People thought I was mad.
Aye, that was fantastic
Very petty rant from Marcotti in The Game yesterday about former England goalkeepers making themselves unavailable for selection, which I've gone to the trouble of transcribing here because I'm bored
When I'm Robert Green I go to the World Cup and make a massive blunder - that on its own, leaving aside how terrible England were, is responsible for England playing Germany in the next round, I should feel slighted because I get dropped for David James and then I should go and retire from international football - you know what, I'm glad that these people's careers have gone no where.
Paul Robinson plays for a freakshow team with freakshow owners and a manager who is about to get the sack. I'm happy for him - enjoy the Championship next year. The other one (Green), with Sam Allardyce and Karen Brady and whatever, you enjoy the Championship too with your fellow England players who went to the World Cup and got you relegated and Kevin Nolan on seventy grand a week
They can go play for crummy teams - well one of them plays for a crummy team where it doesn't matter how many goals that he conceded, and the other plays for West Ham who will steamroller the Championship and that's fine and nobody care - but as people I don't understand this.
Not to mention Ben Foster.
Why is it petty? is he a failed England Goalkeeper?
I stopped listening to The Game a long time ago because of Paddy Barclay.
1. Of little importance; trivial.
2. (of behavior) Characterized by an undue concern for trivial matters, esp. in a small-minded or spiteful way.
I thought I'd share a little rant by Pete from the Football Ramble for those of you that haven't heard it that had me in stitches earlier
But yet Harry 'looks like a bloated corpse dredged out of a river' Redknapp still sees fit to tap up Demba Ba. 'Oh no, that release clause is less than seven million, its what they are saying' - who's they Harry? I wonder what your release clause is? It's probably a file in a fecking cake you cnut
I listen to:
The Football Ramble
World football Phone In
True Faith (NUFC)
Don't really bother with others. The Game and Guardian just bore me to death and come across too smug.
What is this Tuesday club you speak of
Arsenal podcast with Alan Davies. Very funny even though I don't support them.
AC Jimbo is the best thing going for Football Weekly. Probably the master of puns.
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