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Season 5 Episode 10

10/21/2000

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10/21/2000
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Fans of the Week: Middlesbrough - said their greatest ever player is Juninho. Score in Feed the Goat: Four Footballer Guest: Matthew Le Tissier (Southampton) Matt Le Tissier - who has remained loyal to Southampton throughout his career Other Guest: Ian Broudie (Lightning Seeds) (Liverpool fan) Ian Broudie's Lightning Seed's singles include '3 Lions' and 'Marvellous' Footballing Phono Nono's 1. Terry Venables 2. Arsenal aggro 3. Sacking season for managers 4. Chelsea crisis 5. Dwight's comeback Changing Rooms: George Weah (now at Marseilles - this is possibly the last interview done with Weah while he was at Man City). He said that his footballing hero was Pele, the best players he's played with are Ginola and Hoddle, the best defenders he's faced include Baresi and Adams, he said that the people of Liberia love him, his nickname is George Opong, and if he wasn't a footballer, he'd be a telephone technician Weah, while at AC Milan, where he won World, European and African Player of the Year awards. Soccerette: Called April, age 25, 5 foot 6, from Worthing, supports Newcastle. Can He Kick It? Guest: Brian Kilcline (ex Coventry, Swindon, Newcastle etc) Could He Kick It? Yes - Cat beaten for the fifth week in a row.moreless

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Brian Regan

Brian Regan

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Ant McPartlin

Ant McPartlin

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Declan Donnelly

Declan Donnelly

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Kirsty Gallacher

Kirsty Gallacher

Presenter (2001)

DJ Spoony

DJ Spoony

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Helen Chamberlain

Helen Chamberlain

Presenter/Hells Bells (1995-)

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