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motd

message of the day
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MOTD: We hear you love a nutmeg - do you keep a count of how many you do per season?
The observations of football fans would probably have been much more enthusiastic when MOTD, introduced by Kenneth Wolstenholme, made its debut on our screens in August 1964.
Football BBC1, 7.30pm MOTD Live Liverpool look to continue their excellent season as they travel to take on Wolves at Molineux (kick-off 7.45pm).
While a third said: "They failed to admit how insanely good United's goals where on MOTD instead they wanted to talk about how lucky United where and Pogba's haircut." And a fourth concluded: "United win 2-3 and they are highlighting City?
TRAINING Leicester-born Gary, 55, has been putting in even more hours at his home gym in the last week to make sure he's in good shape when he strips off for the first MOTD of the new Premier League season.
A portion of the MOTD audience is footballers watching their own performances and hoping not to get verbally nutmegged by the now retired Alan Hansen.
| MOTD host Gary Lineker Current host Gary Lineker says: "I always look forward to the start of the season.
It details the history of MOTD, looks at how football coverage has evolved and interviews celebrities and football legends about what has made the show so enduringly popular.
If MOTD posed the question when did Alan Shearer turn into Grant Mitchell of EastEnders, Lineker in Brazil: The Beautiful Game (Tuesday, BBC1) asked when did the original Ronaldo's head blow up into an actual football?
Along with the upcoming departure of Colin Murray, it seems the BBC are taking note that, while other football programmes have moved on, MOTD's 'tried and tested' formula has (http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/showbiz/tv/2623901/Rio-Ferdinand-rant-Match-Of-The-Day-is-so-boring.html) become boring and predictable.
London, Oct 3(ANI): Former England football captain and BBC football pundit Gary Lineker will travel 450 miles every weekend to present a football highlights show,'Match Of The Day'(MOTD) from Salford's MediaCity in Manchester from next month onwards.