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Match of the Day (1964-2012) (1964)

Match of the Day
6.7 Rating
(24 ratings)
8.4 IMDB rating

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Gary Lineker

Gary Lineker

 Himself - Presenter / ...
John Motson

John Motson

 Himself - Commentator / ...
Guy Mowbray

Guy Mowbray

 Commentator / ...
Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger

 Himself
Jonathan Pearce

Jonathan Pearce

 Commentator / ...
Steve Wilson

Steve Wilson

 Commentator / ...
Martin Jol

Martin Jol

 Himself
David Moyes

David Moyes

 Himself / ...


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1 year, 3 months ago at Jan 20 20:28
1 vote
This is a British television programme that shows the highlights of recent Football games. First of all, I just want to say that: Gary Lineker has got to be one of the worst TV presenters ever. I believe that a TV presenter should, at the very least, be interesting. He never shows any enthusiasm whatsoever. The only thing that he provides for the show are his elephant like ears, but at least eleph... read more

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6 years, 5 months ago at Nov 4 0:08
1 vote
The footballing flagship. There were once dark days when the BBC decided to pull MOTD in favour of a new Sunday morning programme. That decision forced former MOTD supremo Des Lynam to convert to ITV and permanently lose his cool stereotype.

Fairly professional punditry and quality replays of the highlights from the days games, Match of the Day is a staple British institution on a ... read more
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Release date: 22 August 1964
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Veselnov commented on a review of Match of the Day 1 year, 2 months ago
Match of the Day has to be one of the most boring shows to ever be of existence. It's aired in US you see. Britain needs to find better presenters for its shows, no wonder Mr. Willis got pissed about
Veselnov voted for a review of Match of the Day 1 year, 2 months ago

“This is a British television programme that shows the highlights of recent Football games. First of all, I just want to say that: Gary Lineker has got”

youngbloods posted a review 1 year, 3 months ago

“This is a British television programme that shows the highlights of recent Football games. First of all, I just want to say that: Gary Lineker has got to be one of the worst TV presenters ever. I believe that a TV presenter should, at the very least, be interesting. He never shows any enthusiasm whatsoever. The only thing that he provides for the show are his elephant like ears, but at least elephants aren't wasting my time and a very likeable animals. Lineker is just an irritating snob. Sometimes the talks can be interesting, but sometime, and you know what I'll rephrase that: the vast majority of it is boring as a whole. This show has being going on way to long. Okay, fine Britain, you don't want to ever have a cancelled show on your records, fine, but stop the airing in Australia, pleas” read more

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"Roy Keane Sunderland, HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! "


The Flagship posted a review 6 years, 5 months ago

“The footballing flagship. There were once dark days when the BBC decided to pull MOTD in favour of a new Sunday morning programme. That decision forced former MOTD supremo Des Lynam to convert to ITV and permanently lose his cool stereotype.

Fairly professional punditry and quality replays of the highlights from the days games, Match of the Day is a staple British institution on a Saturday night, and whoever else ever has the idea to take it off the air should immediately lose their job.” read more