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Mark Saggers presents live sports news and debate, starting with comprehensive coverage of the day's big sports stories. And at 8.00 Monday Night Club, in which Mark Saggers and a panel of guests debate the week's major football issues. Plus Mark Clemmit with a round-up of Football League news. And at 9.30 sports issues and debate.
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