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Baby Elvis could be the solution to Tottenham's run of bad form after scoring a 'screamer' at White Hart Lane...
Last Updated: 17/04/12 2:52pm
The solution to Tottenham's run of bad form is in the Soccer AM office - Baby Elvis!
Less than 24 hours after Spurs crashed out of the FA Cup our man was smashing in a '25-yard screamer' at White Hart Lane. (Well, that's how he described his goal anyway...)
Baby Elvis and Steve were living out a boyhood dream by playing on the hallowed Tottenham turf in a Media XI v Thomas Cook Competition Winners match.
However, despite a goal and an assist from Baby Elvis the Media XI - who also featured Soccer Saturday's Johnny Phillips - suffered a 3-2 defeat. And to make matters worse our duo were left hobbling after two late challenges from the Competition Winners!
"Having got a goal, an assist and a nasty injury, it's fair to say I experienced every emotion at The Lane, just like a typical Spurs fan really! But I will die a happy man now that I can say I've scored at the Park Lane end," Baby Elvis told us.
He had gone to Wembley on Sunday for the FA Cup semi-final and is ruing the 'ghost goal' given by ref Martin Atkinson.
Tubes went to the game too. Although as a Chelsea fan he was still celebrating in the office on Tuesday, pointing out the Blues had also scored four perfectly good goals, while Baby Elvis lamented: "It all could have been so different...maybe."
Meanwhile, the sweepstake money pot for the Grand National appears to have gone missing from Rocket's desk. Although, as it was packed with notes reading 'Rocket, IOU £1' there isn't a frantic hunt underway.
We've got the legend that is Peter Schmeichel on the show this week. The big Dane has been nominated in the 'best goalkeeper' and 'best save' categories in the Premier League 20 Seasons Awards and we'll be replaying his best moments this Saturday. The Cribs are going to be joining us, too.
It's going to be another jam-packed show...that's if we all make it to Saturday with a clean bill of health! We're all fearing infection from Scott who thinks he has tonsillitis. "I feel fine - I just can't talk," he keeps croaking, as if to reassure us.
See you on Saturday (hopefully!)!