The BBC today announced that Mark Chapman is to take over from Colin Murray as host of BBC Match of the Day 2 from next season.
The 39-year-old is currently a presenter on BBC Radio 5 live where he hosts the Monday Night Club and phone-in 606.
Chapmam recently anchored MOTD2 when Murray fronted the BBC’s darts coverage.
Murray, who started his career at BBC Radio 1, took over from Adrian Chiles as MOTD2 presenter in April 2010.
“We’d like to thank Colin for his great contribution to Match of the Day 2,” said the BBC.
“We look forward to him continuing on the show until the end of the current football season.”
Murray will continue with his Radio 5 Live shows as well as the darts and American football coverage on TV.
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