Soccer AM; Starring: Jane Hoffen (1995) Russ Williams (1995–96) Gary A. Stevens (1995–96) Helen Chamberlain (1995–2017) Tim Lovejoy (1996–2007) Andy Goldstein (2007–08) Max Rushden (2008–2015) Lloyd Griffith (2017–2019) John Fendley (2015–present) Jimmy Bullard (2017–present) Opening theme
Soccer AM favourite and broadcast presenter Adam Smith has shared a brave mental health post on social media, admitting he has been struggling of late.. Smith was the man behind the popular character Frankie Fryer who entertained fans during the regular 'Away Days' section of the football show for a number of years.
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2 April 1967 (age 54) Street, Somerset, England. Occupation. Television presenter. Education. Crispin School, Street. Helen Marie Chamberlain (born 2 April 1967) is an English television presenter, best known for presenting Soccer AM on Sky Sports for 22 years. She previously worked as a holiday-camp entertainer.
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A former Bluecoat at Pontins, Chamberlain got her first presenting gig at Nickelodeon before being chosen to be one of Soccer AM’s first presenters when it began airing in 1995. The show made the Torquay United supporter a household name and she was the face that viewers would see every Saturday morning for 22 years before she left in 2017 – making her the longest-serving presenter in Soccer AM history.
The English television presenter, Helen Chamberlain, delights her fans with the blend of outstanding presentation and gorgeous looks. She is widely acclaimed for presenting Soccer AM on Sky Sports for two decades. The bold presenter, Helen previously worked as an employee in holy-camp entertainer and DJ.
Soccer AM presenter Helen Chamberlain is leaving her role on the football show after 22 years. The Torquay United fan will be replaced by comedian Lloyd Griffith and former footballer Jimmy Bullard.