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Matt Smith is a former presenter for ITV Sports.

Matt presents coverage of UEFA Cup live matches and UEFA Champions League highlights. In the past, he has presented The Championship highlights programme every Sunday on ITV1 and UEFA Champions League Live matches on ITV4 until ITV lost the respective contracts.

Until May 2008 he presented Weekend Breakfast on BBC Radio Five Live with Rachel Burden, along with occasional cover on the Drive 4pm-7pm weekday show. He has also occasionally presented ITV Granada’s weekly football show Soccer Night.

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