FORMER England boss Steve McClaren will take charge of a team of Oxford United legends at the Micky Lewis memorial match.

The 60-year-old played alongside the U’s stalwart from 1989 to 1992, before going on to manage several club sides and, from 2006 to 2007, his country.

McClaren will be at the Kassam Stadium on Sunday for the ‘One for the Road’ charity game, which will pay tribute to one of Oxfordshire football’s greatest servants.

He will take charge of a team of 1990s U’s legends, alongside 1996 promotion-winning manager Denis Smith and his assistant Malcolm Crosby.

Meanwhile, Chris Wilder and current head coach Karl Robinson will lead a 2010-themed side, which features several players who helped United to Blue Square Premier play-off final success.

Lewis, who died at the age of 56 in March, played 351 games and was twice caretaker boss during a 27-year association with the U’s.

He was part of the squad that went up from Division Two in 1996, with former teammates Joey Beauchamp, Matt Elliott and Paul Moody among the star names set to feature at Grenoble Road on Sunday.

The 1990s side will take on an Oxford City All Stars XI, which includes ex-U’s players Steve Basham, Jefferson Louis and Scott Davies and several members of David Oldfield’s current squad, in the opening 45 minutes.

In the second half, the class of 2010 – which could feature up to 16 members of the promotion-winning team – will take on Oxford University, who Lewis coached for 18 years from 2002.

The U’s legend played for City and was later head coach of the club’s Velocity football and education programme.

Kaleb Cooper, from Clarkson's Farm, and Jim and Tom Rosenthal will be among the special guests at the Kassam Stadium.