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ESPN US has announced that Ian Darke is to replace Martin Tyler as its lead play-by-play commentator for the 2014 World Cup. Tyler, who is the lead commentator for Sky Sports, joined ESPN for the 2010 tournament in South Africa, and his deal included this…

Brian Woolnough, chief sports writer of the Daily Star and presenter of Sky Sports’ Sunday Supplement, has died at the age of 63. Wooly, as he was affectionately known, had been suffering from bowel cancer and died at home. He began his career at The…

Andy Gray will provide match commentary for BT Sport this Saturday – three years to the day since his dismissal by Sky. The former Sky Sports commentator will help call the action in the FA Cup Fourth Round tie between Stevenage and Everton. This will…

The opening night of BT Sport will be free-to-air on Freeview, Sky and BT Vision viewers. The action starts at 6pm tonight with a first night special live show featuring most of the channels’ new presenters, experts, commentators and special guests. These include Jake Humphrey,…

As requested, here’s a list of commentators and the matches they’ve called live during the World Cup 2010. World Cup Final Holland vs Spain – BBC – Guy Mowbray and Mark Lawrenson Holland vs Spain – ITV – Clive Tyldesley and Craig Burley 3rd place…

  • John Harrison

    In dark is just the best damn Football announcer in the world.

    His work in the world cup Was terrific because he explained the game a week on reasonable manner . No histrionics, no hyperbole – a just the essence of football. I could listen to him announced football all day long.