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Take a walk down memory lane



SuperSport this week launches a month of nostalgic content, taking in some of the most memorable highlights of the recent past.

On Tuesday, the award-winning Springbok Saga documentary will be re-broadcast, plus highlights of the Bok tests in 2012 (SS1, 7am-1pm).

Also on Tuesday, 2006-2011 highlights of the Fifa World Club Cup finals will be broadcast (SS3, 9am), coinciding with the 2012 event, with the final due on Sunday.

Other highlights this week include:

December 12: Documentaries featuring Sergey Bubka, Haile Gebrselassie, Michael Johnson and Edwin Moses (SS2, 9pm).

December 13: 50 Masters – In conversation with Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and Seve Ballesteros (SS1, 7.30pm).

December 14: Local boxing highlights: featherweight, bantamweight, lightweight, welterweight, middleweight and cruiserweight (SS4, 7am).

One-hour highlights of some of the best and most memorable Premier League matches from 2002-2012, taken from the EPL’s list of top matches in the past two decades (SS3, 9am).

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