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Soccer AM show review
18th November 2006

Fans of the week
Plymouth Argyle
Darren Purse - Cardiff City Captain
Andrew Murray - Scotland's Tennis Star
Dara O'Briain - BBC2's Mock The Week
Bradley Walsh - Coronation Street
Road to Wembley
Plymouth fans score 4, all the guests miss.
Crossbar Challenge
Premiership side Reading take up the crossbar challenge this week.
Sadly, all of their attempts at hitting the bar end in failure.
Things of great note:

Tim misses his shot at the basket.

Tim and Helen come up with answers for why the camera angles at Hereford United and Accrington Stanley are so poor.

A viewer emails in to praise Sheephead on his accurate weather report from last week. Sheephead predicted flash floods in the midlands, and the heavy rain did indeed come down!

Tim faces up to the fact that he is going bald.

Lovejoy dismisses the rumour that he flirted with Lindsay Lohan at the James Bond party this week.

Soccer Am salute the comedy talents of Helen Chamberlain and her yearly gag.

David 'The Hayemaker' Haye is on the phone, talking about his victory last night, despite getting busted open above his left eye.

Tim discusses 'cladding' with Charlie Cheeseman, this week's soccerette.
Mr Lovejoy wanted to know if he could have an image of his face put on the cladding, then attach it to his house. It was discovered that cladding cannot be attached to cardboard, which ruled out Robbie Knox using it on his home.

Robbie Knox visits the streets of Swindon, to ask the public about their pets.

Tubes meets Tenacious D.

Andrew Murray exposes Tubes for chatting up his friends girlfriend during a night out in Clapham, from a few months ago.

This week's wave goodbye is from actor Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, he's better known as Mr Eko in the hit U.S drama 'Lost'


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