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Season 4 Episode 37

4/15/2000

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4/15/2000
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Fans of the Week: -Stoke -Bristol City Score in LOBSTAR: -Stoke 2 -Bristol City 3 Footballer Guest: Tommy Johnson (Celtic) Other Guests: -Nick Berry (Harbour Lights etc) (West Ham fan) -Todd Carty (EastEnders) (West Ham fan) On the Phone: -Gordon Taylor (FA executive) -Steve McManaman (Real Madrid) Footballing Phono Nono's 1. Wimbledon - club in crisis 2. Too many foreigners (again) 3. Stoke City feng shui mumbo jumbo 4. Petit - FA fine 5. Lucky Chelsea 6. Bungs Changing Rooms: Ryan Giggs (Man Utd) revealed that his boyhood heroes were Bryan Robson ('he had everything') and Mark Hughs, the best player he's played with is Eric Cantona, the best played he's played against is Rivaldo, the biggest win-up merchant is Dennis Wise, the best player in the Premiership is Roy Keane, his most memorable game was Man Utd vs Arsenal in the FA Cup Semi Final in 1999, and he has 2 goldfish in his kitchen - no more than that and no fish staircases! Soccerette: Called Julie, age 23, 5 foot 5, from Basingstoke, supports Chelsea. Can He Kick It? Guest: John Duncan (ex Spurs, Derby etc - ex Chesterfield manager) Could He Kick It? No - the Cat saved it.moreless

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Brian Regan

Brian Regan

Himself/The Cat/Soapy Legend

Ant McPartlin

Ant McPartlin

Himself/PJ (1997)

Declan Donnelly

Declan Donnelly

Himself/Duncan (1997)

Kirsty Gallacher

Kirsty Gallacher

Presenter (2001)

DJ Spoony

DJ Spoony

Himself (2001)

Helen Chamberlain

Helen Chamberlain

Presenter/Hells Bells (1995-)

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