Sergio Aguero may has played his final Premier League minutes in a Manchester City shirt and did so as his vintage self, scoring two goals in the final match of the season against Everton. Jon Ashley, Kevin Nelson, and Andrew Dettmer gather to discuss his final performance briefly and whether it's put him back in contention for a substitution in the Champions League final. A larger appreciation of Aguero is certainly due after the season but the discussion preceding and following his play focuses on the team's performances vs. Brighton and Everton as Pep Guardiola prepares the squad for the biggest game in the club's history this weekend. We analyze Joao Cancelo's red card and if that sending off is the primary thing to pinpoint for the loss at Brighton or if something more sinister is at work before moving on to the wonderful display against Everton that undoubtedly soothed any concerns the prior match could have caused. Finally, we talk about the recent rumors of a Harry Kane transfer to City and how likely that move is to happen. Lots of interesting content throughout this show to get you recapped on the week that was and get you ready for the one that's upcoming!Please reach out to us on your social media platform of choosing to let us know what you think of the show and your thoughts on all things Manchester City. You can find us @MaineRoadRamble on both Twitter and Instagram and you're also welcome to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you're a fan of the show, please subscribe and rate so we can help grow the podcast. Thanks for the support and enjoy the episode!
David Mooney is joined by three of the gang behind the Maine Road Ramble podcast - Jon Ashley, Andrew Dettmer and Ger Deegan - to reflect on the news that Sergio Aguero is leaving City at the end of the season. They also preview the upcoming matches with Leicester and Borussia Dortmund, Howard Hockin reflects on Aguero's time at City, and we get insight into the German team as supporter Lewis Ambrose speaks to One Football's Dan Burke.
In this episode, we explore this very popular preamp/distortion pedal which was a collaboration between Matthew Hoopes (1981) and Jon Ashley of Bondi Effects.
With City now officially playing Champions League football next year, they are as attractive a destination for players as ever. So in preparation for what will certainly be a busy window that officially opens on July 27th, we spend some time discussing what our ideal transfer windows would look like. Joe Ricci, Andrew Dettmer, and Kevin Nelson combed through all the reports and options in world football to compile their lists for City's incoming and outgoing transfers. Special bonus: this episode includes our new and improved intro/outro music, courtesy of Jon Ashley. If you'd like to get in touch with us, you can find us on Twitter and Instagram @MaineRoadRamble and get in touch with us via email at email@example.com. Thanks for the support!
This week, Ray, Moscow Mush and Statman Steve celebrate Sunday's brilliant away win to Watford and extending their fabulous away record. Ray and Kevin focus their player watch on the returning Romeu & Vestergaard. They discuss the Golden Boot race with Ings just one behind Jamie Vardy. Can the on fire striker make it? In the Away End they welcome Jon Ashley. Host of Maine Road Ramble, to help us preview just what to expect from City on Sunday and for the rest of the season. All the usual FPL, predictions and Russian phrase. In that Number Podcast - Twitter: @NumberPodcast - Instagram: inthatnumberpodcast Ray Hunt - Twitter: @RayHunt84 Kevin 'Moscow Mush' Milverton - Twitter: @moscowmush 'Statman' Stephen White - Twitter: @Statman_Steve - Instagram: stmarysstatbase Jon Ashley - Twitter: @jonashley87 Maine Road Ramble - Twitter: @MaineRoadRamble
This episode is a big one, not only because Manchester City will be back on the pitch after three months off, but because Maine Road Ramble and Manc and a Yank Podcast are permanently joining forces! This merger has been in the works behind the scenes for quite some time now and we are officially launching as a collective with this episode. There were some technical difficulties within the first 8 minutes of recording. We do apologize very much for that but they are brief and do not hinder the listening experience much so we encourage you to stick with us throughout. Anyway, we have decided to retain the name Maine Road Ramble going forward, in large part because Manc and a Yank can't be transitioned into a name that fits our combined demographic. Any listeners of the previous iteration of MRR will not need to look elsewhere to find our shows, they will be in the same feed as you're used to. For all the Manc and a Yank fans who sought out this episode, you'll have to subscribe to the MRR channel to continue getting all the knowledge you're used to. This episode is the first time all five of us (Kevin Nelson, Ger Deegan, Andrew Dettmen, Jon Ashley, and Joe Ricci) have all published a recording together so have a listen to hear the dynamic and get an idea for our plans moving forward! Oh, and we talked quite a lot about football and the return to play in this one as well so don't miss out before City are back on the field against Arsenal on Wednesday. Thanks for your support and get in touch with us any time on Twitter @MaineRoadRamble or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
The Maine Road Ramble and Manc and a Yank Podcast teamed up for a crossover that spans across all eras of Manchester City, drafting a starting eleven from the all-time greats in the club's history! Kevin Nelson and Andrew Dettmer are joined by Jon Ashley and Joe Ricci to compile the best lineups imaginable, with the picks ranging from Eric Brook all the way to Gabriel Jesus. The rules are simple. In a snake draft format, select eleven players that can reasonably play a position based on their experience in a reasonable formation (no 1-1-8's allowed!). The draft picks are being evaluated on their best sustained version while playing for City, so picking Frank Lampard does not get you the peak Chelsea years. Finally, each selection must have played at least 10 first team senior matches with the club. Simple enough, right? Yet it was actually more of a difficult exercise than we all thought trying to rank the litany of City legends while maneuvering around the plans and stolen picks of our competitors. Ultimately, this was an incredibly fun episode to prepare for and record, but YOU will be the ultimate decider for who among us drafted the greatest team. After you listen, head over to Twitter and look for a poll on both of our respective profiles (@MaineRoadRamble and @MancAndAYankPod) to cast your vote on who the champion of the Completely Unofficial All Time Manchester City Draft is!
Join Mikey, along with Jon Ashley from Bondi Effects, as he sits down with Luke Palmer from Dead Letter Circus to discuss and walk through Luke’s new midi pedal board system. We discuss how Luke has the ability to control both analog and midi pedals on his board as well as preset/patch changes within his […]