Match of the Day is a British football program that is broadcast on BBC One. It does weekly, on Saturday night, report of football matches from the Premiership. In addition to the weekly broadcast, there are also specials related to FA Cup or international matches. Match of the Day is broadcast since 1964.

Presenters and commentators[Edit]Edit

The program is presented by several people. Still, Gary Lineker, himself a former footballer, currently the main presenter. On the right is joining the becommentateren assisted by changing guests Alan Hansen and Mark Lawrenson, but here are the most frequently to see. Alan Shearer is, now that he has stopped reading to see more and more often as a commentator. The current main commentators are Jonathan Pearce, Steve Wilson, Guy Mowbray, Simon Brotherton and John Motson, who first appeared in 1971. Other commentators are John Roder, Dan O'Hagan, Martin Fisher, Jacqui Oatley and Alistair Mann. Former commentators are Tony Gubba, David Coleman and Barry Davies, Clive Tyldesley.

Match of the Day 2[Edit]Edit

On Sunday there is an extra on BBC 2 broadcast of ' Match of the Day ', which is ' called ' Match of the Day 2. The presentation is mainly done by Colin Murray, but also Gary Lineker presents the program sometimes. The contents of the opening credits is different than in Match of the Day on Saturday. On Sunday the games from the Premier League who played then are summarized. In addition, there is place for among other things the "2 Good 2 Bad," a collection of funny clips on and off the field.

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