with Jonathan Overend
News and sport updates with Jonathan Overend and Susan Bookbinder.
8.00 Mark and Lard's Top Teams Mark Radcliffe and the hapless Boy Lard (
Marc Riley ) each week pick the best team of players from a ridiculously limited subsection of the football world. Tonight, the worst haircut 11.
8.30 Motty's Magic Matches John Motson recalls some ofthe great games he's described. 2: Spain v Yugoslavia-the European Championship, 2000. Football pundits Alan Hansen and Mark Lawrenson , who were both at the game, analyse the action and Motson asks what else they remember about the year 2000.
9.00 Sportstrack A nostalgic look back at the events of 1990. (R)
9.30 Voices of Sport Ian Payne recalls tennis commentator and player Dan Maskell , and talks to his daughter Robin Charlton , Pat Cash and Virginia Wade.
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