Queens Park Rangers’ Lee Cook and his second-cousin boxer James DeGale join Max and Helen on the sofa. Lee, who has missed the whole season so far, talked through his frustrations at watching a manager arrive at Loftus Road, while James spoke of his “fantastic life” as his boxing career continues to rise and rise.
Next, British actress Kiersten Wareing popped into the studio to talk about her new film, Fish Tank, before rapper Lethal Bizzle came on the show to plug his new album and single.
Helen kicked off a new feature for the nation’s soldiers as the Soccer AM’s “Tug of War” segment was unveiled, before Helen and Max ran their own Soccer AM fashion show looking at some of this season’s more fashionable kits.
After Robbie Savage’s recommendation on last week’s shows, Derby teammate Lee Croft is the “Story Teller” with his fabulous tale of the monkey in the tree. Then Wolves’ Chris Iwelumo and Karl Henry took on the Soccer AM Bullseye Challenge