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Soccer AM show review
20th August 2005

Fans of the week
Huddersfield Town
Dean Kiely - Charlton Athletic Goalkeeper
James Redmond - Casualty
Mathew Horne - The Catherine Tate Show
Wembley Way
Huddersfield Town fans score 4, the guests fail.
Crossbar Challenge
The Preston North End squad were generally quite accurate, but not accurate enough and no one hit the bar.
10 yard Bucket Challenge
West Ham United striker Marlon Harewood kept on going until he got the ball in the bucket at his 75th attempt!
Things of great note:

Tim bet Helen £1000 if he scored the basket, she said £2000, Tim converted and was happy.

Helens huge wager was a result of winning $400,000 for taking the runners up spot in the Poker Million tournament final.

Tim was very complimentary towards Helen throughout the show as he was seeking a first class plane ticket to South America to watch a game of football; Helen said she'd buy Tim a dog.

Helens extra financial funds were the subject of Tubes Question, as he requested £10,000. Helen said she'd give him £20,000 but then announced she was only joking. Tubes suggested her initial gesture could be legally binding, therefore he has good solicitors that will be on to her.
Tim says he'll help finance the legal fees for a cut of Tubes £20,000

We discovered that Neil ordered a vegetarian sausage at the summer Sky party.

Following an email in the week, Tim reveals that the reason the Wembley Way competition is 80 seconds long, and not the traditional 60 seconds is because 80 seconds is the length of the music that they wished to use.

Soccer AM exclusively revealed that the surface to be used at the new Wembley stadium with be made of grass.

Many of the Soccer AM crew are taking part in the London Durathon on Saturday September 17th at Richmond Park.
It consists of a 5km run, followed by a 10km bike ride, ending in another 5km run.
The crew are seeking sponsorship which will be donated to the Maggie's Centres appeal which is looking to build a centre in London for sufferers of cancer.
You can sponsor the crew via
Tim and the crew will be running in full football kit.
Robbie Knox's entry into the event is in doubt, as he doesn't know how to ride a bike.

At the end of the show, Welsh Rugby Wizard Gavin Henson waves us goodbye

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