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Soccer AM show review
22nd April 2006

Fans of the week
Wigan Athletic
Kevin Lisbie and Darren Moore - Derby County
Tim Westwood - Radio One DJ, Presenter of MTV's Pimp My Ride
Ben Byrne, James 'Stel' Stelfox, James Walsh - Starsailor
Wembley Way
Wigan fans score 6, Starsailor's James Walsh also converts.
Crossbar Challenge
Newly promoted Accrington Stanley took up the challenge this week. The Conference side show they'll need a better class of player to survive in the football league as all their players fail to hit the bar.
Things of great note:

Tim scores his shot at the basket.

Soccer AM take a look at how much Helen will have to pay for each away game next season when Torquay drop down into the football conference. The prices range between £10-£16. "Sixteen robbing quid to see some rubbish football" were Helen's words. Tim says that £2 and a programme would be more appropriate.

We learn that Neil walked past a plug socket that was switched on, and felt the need to turn it off for health and safety issues.

Tim wishes Peter 'Mint' Beagrie a happy 80th Birthday.

Tim has a bet with James Redmond, over the outcome of the Liverpool and Chelsea F.A Cup semi-final match. The losing supporter will have to walk down Oxford Street wearing a pink Tutu whilst carrying a 'loser' sign.

Helen finished a highly respectable 3rd place in the charity horse race at Plumpton racecourse on Easter Monday, raising lots of money for spinal research in the process.

This weeks soccerette had a party trick of being able to walk on her hands. Tim was not impressed and chose to walk on his hands for longer, and over a further distance in order to upstage her.

Soccer AM reveal that a huge £54,430.43 has been raised for Barnardos so far through the sale of the pink 'Easy' T-shirts.

Sir Jimmy Savile waves us goodbye at the end of the show


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