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talkSPORT’s ‘Game of the Day’ show launched to cover fans during BBC’s Match of the Day chaos.

talkSPORT's 'Game of the Day' show launched to cover fans during BBC's Match of the Day chaos.

Football fans need not worry about the BBC’s shortened Match of the Day programme, as talkSPORT has launched a new show called ‘Game of the Day’. The show will debut on Saturday night and will cover all the Premier League games, including Bournemouth vs Liverpool and Tottenham vs Nottingham Forest. Sam Matterface will host the analysis show, which will feature punditry from ex-Chelsea players Jason Cundy and Scott Minto. The show will be uncensored, with Simon Jordan also providing his opinions. The show will air on talkSPORT at 10:30 pm and can also be watched live on the talkSPORT YouTube page or listened to on DAB or the talkSPORT app.

The BBC’s flagship football programme, Match of the Day, will only last 20 minutes without commentary or analysis due to their line-up of talent all pulling out of the show in solidarity with Gary Lineker. The BBC made the decision after Lineker criticised the UK government over their new asylum seekers policy. Alan Shearer was next to announce he would not be appearing, leaving the BBC scrambling to assemble a team without their key trio. Their regular commentators then informed the BBC they would not be contributing this weekend either, leaving them with no other option but to broadcast a stripped-down show.

talkSPORT has come to the rescue by launching ‘Game of the Day’, which will provide comprehensive coverage of all Premier League games. The show will feature punditry from ex-Chelsea players Jason Cundy and Scott Minto, and Simon Jordan will also provide his opinions. The show will be uncensored, and Sam Matterface will host it. The show will air on talkSPORT at 10:30 pm and can also be watched live on the talkSPORT YouTube page or listened to on DAB or the talkSPORT app.

The football-loving British public can now get the Premier League analysis show they deserve thanks to talkSPORT. The new ‘Game of the Day’ show will cover all Premier League games, including Bournemouth vs Liverpool and Tottenham vs Nottingham Forest. Sam Matterface will host the analysis show, which will feature punditry from ex-Chelsea players Jason Cundy and Scott Minto. The show will be uncensored, with Simon Jordan also providing his opinions. The show will air on talkSPORT at 10:30 pm and can also be watched live on the talkSPORT YouTube page or listened to on DAB or the talkSPORT app.

The BBC’s Match of the Day programme will only last 20 minutes without commentary or analysis due to their line-up of talent all pulling out of the show in solidarity with Gary Lineker. The BBC made the decision after Lineker criticised the UK government over their new asylum seekers policy. Alan Shearer was next to announce he would not be appearing, leaving the BBC scrambling to assemble a team without their key trio. Their regular commentators then informed the BBC they would not be contributing this weekend either, leaving them with no other option but to broadcast a stripped-down show.

talkSPORT has come to the rescue by launching ‘Game of the Day’, which will provide comprehensive coverage of all Premier League games. The show will feature punditry from ex-Chelsea players Jason Cundy and Scott Minto, and Simon Jordan will also provide his opinions. The show will be uncensored, and Sam Matterface will host it. The show will air on talkSPORT at 10:30 pm and can also be watched live on the talkSPORT YouTube page or listened to on DAB or the talkSPORT app.

The football-loving British public can now get the Premier League analysis show they deserve thanks to talkSPORT. The new ‘Game of the Day’ show will cover all Premier League games, including Bournemouth vs Liverpool and Tottenham vs Nottingham Forest. Sam Matterface will host the analysis show, which will feature punditry from ex-Chelsea players Jason Cundy and Scott Minto. The show will be uncensored, with Simon Jordan also providing his opinions. The show will air on talkSPORT at 10:30 pm and can also be watched live on the talkSPORT YouTube page or listened to on DAB or the talkSPORT app.

The BBC’s Match of the Day programme will only last 20 minutes without commentary or analysis due to their line-up of talent all pulling out of the show in solidarity with Gary Lineker. The BBC made the decision after Lineker criticised the UK government over their new asylum seekers policy. Alan Shearer was next to announce he would not be appearing, leaving the BBC scrambling to assemble a team without their key trio. Their regular commentators then informed the BBC they would not be contributing this weekend either, leaving them with no other option but to broadcast a stripped-down show.

talkSPORT has come to the rescue by launching ‘Game of the Day’, which will provide comprehensive coverage of all Premier League games. The show will feature punditry from ex-Chelsea players Jason Cundy and Scott Minto, and Simon Jordan will also provide his opinions. The show will be uncensored, and Sam Matterface will host it. The show will air on talkSPORT at 10:30 pm and can also be watched live on the talkSPORT YouTube page or listened to on DAB or the talkSPORT app.

The football-loving British public can now get the Premier League analysis show they deserve thanks to talkSPORT. The new ‘Game of the Day’ show will cover all Premier League games, including Bournemouth vs Liverpool and Tottenham vs Nottingham Forest. Sam Matterface will host the analysis show, which will feature punditry from ex-Chelsea players Jason Cundy and Scott Minto. The show will be uncensored, with Simon Jordan also providing his opinions. The show will air on talkSPORT at 10:30 pm and can also be watched live on the talkSPORT YouTube page or listened to on DAB or the talkSPORT app.

The BBC’s Match of the Day programme will only last 20 minutes without commentary or analysis due to their line-up of talent all pulling out of the show in solidarity with Gary Lineker. The BBC made the decision after Lineker criticised the UK government over their new asylum seekers policy. Alan Shearer was next to announce he would not be appearing, leaving the BBC scrambling to assemble a team without their key trio. Their regular commentators then informed the BBC they would not be contributing this weekend either, leaving them with no other option but to broadcast a stripped-down show.

talkSPORT has come to the rescue by launching ‘Game of the Day’, which will provide comprehensive coverage of all Premier League games. The show will feature punditry from ex-Chelsea players Jason Cundy and Scott Minto, and Simon Jordan will also provide his opinions. The show will be uncensored, and Sam Matterface will host it. The show will air on talkSPORT at 10:30 pm and can also be watched live on the talkSPORT YouTube page or listened to on DAB or the talkSPORT app.

The football-loving British public can now get the Premier League analysis show they deserve thanks to talkSPORT. The new ‘Game of the Day’ show will cover all Premier League games, including Bournemouth vs Liverpool and Tottenham vs Nottingham Forest. Sam Matterface will host the analysis show, which will feature punditry from ex-Chelsea players Jason Cundy and Scott Minto. The show will be uncensored, with Simon Jordan also providing his opinions. The show will air on talkSPORT at 10:30 pm and can also be watched live on the talkSPORT YouTube page or listened to on DAB or the talkSPORT app.

The BBC’s Match of the Day programme will only last 20 minutes without commentary or analysis due to their line-up of talent all pulling out of the show in solidarity with Gary Lineker. The BBC made the decision after Lineker criticised the UK government over their new asylum seekers policy. Alan Shearer was next to announce he would not be appearing, leaving the BBC scrambling to assemble a team without their key trio. Their regular commentators then informed the BBC they would not be contributing this weekend either, leaving them with no other option but to broadcast a stripped-down show.

talkSPORT has come to the rescue by launching ‘Game of the Day’, which will provide comprehensive coverage of all Premier League games. The show will feature punditry from ex-Chelsea players Jason Cundy and Scott Minto, and Simon Jordan will also provide his opinions. The show will be uncensored, and Sam Matterface will host it. The show will air on talkSPORT at 10:30 pm and can also be watched live on the talkSPORT YouTube page or listened to on DAB or the talkSPORT app.

The football-loving British public can now get the Premier League analysis show they deserve thanks to talkSPORT. The new ‘Game of the Day’ show will cover all Premier League games, including Bournemouth vs Liverpool and Tottenham vs Nottingham Forest. Sam Matterface will host the analysis show, which will feature punditry from ex-Chelsea players Jason Cundy and Scott Minto. The show will be uncensored, with Simon Jordan also providing his opinions. The show will air on talkSPORT at 10:30 pm and can also be watched live on the talkSPORT YouTube page or listened to on DAB or the talkSPORT app.

The BBC’s Match of the Day programme will only last 20 minutes without commentary or analysis due to their line-up of talent all pulling out of the show in solidarity with Gary Lineker. The BBC made the decision after Lineker criticised the UK government over their new asylum seekers policy. Alan Shearer was next to announce he would not be appearing, leaving the BBC scrambling to assemble a team without their key trio. Their regular commentators then informed the BBC they would not be contributing this weekend either, leaving them with no other option but to broadcast a stripped-down show.

talkSPORT has come to the rescue by launching ‘Game of the Day’, which will provide comprehensive coverage of all Premier League games. The show will feature punditry from ex-Chelsea players Jason Cundy and Scott Minto, and Simon Jordan will also provide his opinions. The show

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