16th November 2006 Hello to you from the Soccer AM World offices.
Sorry for the lateness in website updates this week, a member of the team was required to film for the BBC, and was too excited to do anything else for a while.
Some people would have been shocked and disappointed, others would be delighted and have a new found respect for Luton boss Mike Newell.
At the weekend, Mike decided to let it all come out, following his team's 3-2 loss to QPR. Mike felt he side were robbed of a penalty, and was pointing the finger firmly at assistant referee Amy Rayner.
"She shouldn't be here. I know that sounds sexist but I am sexist. This is not park football, so what are women doing here? It is tokenism - for the politically-correct idiots. We have a problem in this country with political correctness and bringing women into the game is not the way to improve refereeing and officialdom. It is absolutely beyond belief. When do we reach a stage when all officials are women because then we are in trouble? It is bad enough with the incapable referees and linesmen we have but if you start bringing in women, you have big problems."
Video of the week
Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding from the Mighty Boosh were guess on the show last weekend.
A clip was shown from their live show where Howard and Old Gregg are singing and dancing.
Thanks to the greatness of YouTube, you can now watch the full version of this amusing sketch.
Picture of the Week
David McLoughlin was in Ibiza for his holidays in early September, look who he managed to stumble upon!
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Products, products, and more products!
All the guests on this week's Soccer AM were pimping their wares.
If you have forgotten what the products were, then here's the list.
The Mighty Boosh Live DVD
Together - Nicole and Natalie Appleton
Studio 1 -
Forever: The Singles - The Charlatans
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