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Soccer AM show review
31st December 2005

Fans of the week
Newcastle United
Jonathan Macken and Danny Butterfield - Crystal Palace
Ralf Little - Two pints of lager and a packet of crisps
Mickey Thomas - Ex Wales international footballer
Lucy Pinder - Glamour Model
Wembley Way
Newcastle United fans score 8, Jonathan Macken also scores.
Crossbar Challenge
Middlesbrough are this weeks challengers. Franck Quedrue claims to have hit the target, but the camera mounted on the crossbar shows the ball was about 3 inches over.
Ten Yard Bucket Challenge
Portsmouth's Gary O'Neil takes 61 attempts to complete the challenge, however, he was most unlucky to hit the rim of the bucket 4 times in the process.
Can He Kick It?
Mickey Thomas was successful for the first time ever in the car park, opting to drive a left-footed shot in to the left corner of the goal, Buffon didn't even move.
Things of great note:

Tim scores his shot at the basket.

We learn that Luke not only listens to Enya to wind down, but got a scented candle for the side of his bath for Christmas.

Sheephead used his topless weather segment to good effect, haing 'Vote Sheephead' written down the side of his arm. Sheeps' claims he had no idea how it got there.

Tim Lovejoy holds a press conference, in which he reveals Adam Smith (aka Baby Elvis) as a wildcard entrant for the annual dance off.

A great home video was sent in by a viewer this week. A £1 coin is superglued to the pavement. With much laughter from the pranksters, filming then begins from the second floor of a building directly above the location of the coin. A cheap member of the public spends around 5 minutes trying to prise the coin from the pavement using his heel.

The Dance off winner for 2006 is Baby Elvis with 29% of the vote, Robbie Knox is second with 12% with Sheephead in third polling 11% of the viewers votes.


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