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Soccer AM show review
18th December 2004

Fans of the week
Oxford United
Leon Knight, Nathan Jones & Charlie Oatway - Brighton and Hove Albion
Jason Cundy - Formerly of Chelsea, Spurs & Ipswich
Mark Collins, Tim Burgess & Tony Rogers - The Charlatans
We are the Champions League
Oxford fans score 2,
Charlie Oatway slams it home.
Crossbar Challenge
Crewe - Goalkeeper Clayton Ince hits the bar.
Leon Knight wins 71-61 in a head-to-head battle against Nathan Jones in the studio.
Things of great note:

The ball spun round the hoop before it dropped in to the basket to continue Tim's impressive scoring ratio.

Neil did 5 A-levels at school

Sheephead forgot his gag during the topless weather and was booed by everyone!

During the sky sports coverage of Pool's Mosconi cup
, a fan in a Derby County top was shown holding up a "Tim Lovejoy Legend" sign.
Tim announces that he is in love with this person and offers up 20 prizes of £5 for people who get
"Tim Lovejoy Legend" signs shown on TV.

England Cricket God Graham Thorpe drops "Bouncebackability" into an interview.

Ledley King cleaned the boots of Sol Campbell during his role of YT at Tottenham.

Soccer Am presented a guide for men on what gifts to buy their ladies at Christmas.
Many dometic tools and cleaning products were featured.

Jason Cundy brought his friend Nick to the studio.
It was Nicks birthday and he really fancies Helen.
They shared a kiss and a hug and Nick cheekily took things too far when he touched Helen's bottom.
Helen slapped him round the back of the head.

Due to having 7 guests on the show, the Brighton trio and Jason Cundy had to sit on some stools behind the orange sofas. Due to their lovely clothes, they looked like a boy band to which Soccer AM played some suitable music.

Jason Cundy proved he can still kick it by slipping the ball into the bottom right corner of the goal, sending Buffon the wrong way.

Tim hastily called a press conference in which he denied claims that he is against soccerettes being over the age of 40.
He said they are more than welcome to write in and apply as long as they are not ropey old dogs.

Todays Soccerette was 40 years old.

Ben Kinglsey is shown starring in a Live Aid DVD advert. He then appeared in the studio.

This weeks flashing picture was of Peter Beardsley

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