John Ruddy, Eamonn Holmes and Parlour Flames on Soccer AM

Last Updated: 22/03/13 1:38pm

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An England goalkeeper, a former member of Oasis and one of the most famous TV presenters in the country will grace the Soccer AM sofas on Saturday morning.

Helen Chamberlain and Max Rushden have another stellar line-up of guests this week with John Ruddy, Eamonn Holmes and Parlour Flames joining them for two hours of fun and football.

John Ruddy is the number one goalkeeper at Norwich and made his international debut for England last year. He'll tell us about life in the Premier League with the Canaries as well as the injury that's currently keeping him out of action.

We'll also be chatting Manchester United with Sky News presenter Eamonn Holmes and getting his thoughts on everything from their title challenge to Rio Ferdinand's decision to drop out of the England squad.

And we'll meet new band Parlour Flames, who feature former Oasis guitarist Bonehead working alongside Manchester songwriter and poet Vinny Peculiar.

But there's plenty more to tickle your fancy on Saturday morning, including:

TUBES MEETS JASON BENT - We meet the comedian who made headlines last week by warming up on the pitch with the Man City team

AWAY DAYS - Franky Fryer heads to Chesterfield

TEAM MATES - Ashley Cole spills a few secrets about the England dressing room

MORECAMBE FANS - The Luther Blissett stand will be populated by Shrimps this week

JPT EXCLUSIVE - Helen and Max will make a huge announcement about the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final in April...

So join the gang for Soccer AM this Saturday morning from 10am on Sky Sports 2 HD and Sky 1 HD.

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