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Soccer AM show review
1st January 2005

Fans of the week
Crystal Palace
Darryl Powell - Ex Derby County
Mickey Thomas - Ex Man U, Chelsea, Wrexham etc
Warren Barton - Ex Wimbledon, Newcastle, Spurs
Antony Costa - Blue
We are the Champions League
Crystal Palace score a big fat 0
All the guests fail
Crossbar Challenge
Tranmere Rovers - Defender Ryan Taylor hits it
Helen eases to 27
Things of great note:

Tubes wrestled with Mystical from Goldie Lookin Chain on a hotel bed following the Christmas show.

Footage is shown of how Sheephead has changed in appearance over the past 5 years.

The Geordie Dancer is the stranger on the sofa.

Various Sky Sports presenters are asked who they think will win the Soccer AM dance off. Fenners, Rocket and Tubes are their main choices.

Matt Dawson sends a Happy New Year message to Tim and Helen. He would like them to come training at Wasps Rugby Club so that he can smash Tims head in.

We are treated to a view of Chris Nutbeams bottom in white and green pants.

The Geordie Dancer is the warm-up act before the Soccer AM dance off begins.

Rocket wins the Dance Off with 31.4% of the vote.
Fenners is second with 25.9% with Steve (T.A) finishing third on his debut with 15.3%

Tim calls the Audience 'Idiots' for fueling Rockets ego for another year.

Mickey Thomas can no longer kick it as he hits the ball too central to the goal and is saved by Buffon.

Tranmere Rovers defender Ryan Taylor is described by Tim as being "The most all-round sportsman ever in the world" following hitting the crossbar and doing the 10 yard bucket challenge in one shot!

This weeks flashing picture is of a Rocket.

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