Former Gunners Nigel Winterburn and Ray Parlour were the first guests on the show, talking about the “Tuesday night club” at Highbury, before attention turned to the North London derby. Both former pros believed that in their days the matches were tougher, while admitting that they are still biased towards their beloved Arsenal. At the end of a long chinwag, Ray Parlour told a tale about Tony Adams and the piano.
Next on the couch was Tim Westwood, who dove straight in to talking about his life as presenter on Pimp My Ride UK. And last to parked down on the sofa were The Young Knives, who came on the show to talk about their new album, Royal Daylight.
Tim Cahill dished the dirt of his Everton teammates.
Channelbee’s Sheepshead fired a host of random questions at Jimmy Bullard as the Fulham midfielder was fishing in We Want Answers. Jimmy was his usual joking self, making wisecracks at the questions including saying that his favourite band is an elastic band.
See the interview here.