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Tag Archives: Martin Tyler

Sky Sports Releases Promo for New Season: Park Game

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Sky Sports often make a fool of themselves by hyping their own programming to such an extent that they can hardly ever live up to their promises. But, they recently released a new promo in the United Kingdom which caught … Continue reading

Efan Ekoku Commits Commentary Flub in Spain Game on ESPN

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When Martin Tyler and co-commentator Efan Ekoku did their preparation work for the 2010 World Cup, one thing they definitely didn’t study was the national anthem of Spain. Not that we expect them to, but when Efan Ekoku was sharing … Continue reading

Martin Tyler Returning to ESPN for World Cup 2014 Commentary

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Martin Tyler will return to ESPN for the next World Cup where he’ll be commentating World Cup 2014, says the Associated Press. It’s quite an incredible achievement to secure Martin Tyler for two World Cup tournaments in a row. The … Continue reading

ESPN World Cup Commentators: Progress Report Card

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ESPN’s coverage of the 2010 World Cup has been spectacular. But if I must be honest, some of the commentators are beginning to get on my nerves. It’s normal, I guess – especially after you consider how many hours we’ve … Continue reading

South Africa v Mexico, 2010 World Cup: Open Thread

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Finally. It. Is. Here. The 2010 World Cup kicks off today with the first match up between South Africa and Mexico. I’m picking South Africa and Mexico to draw in this one. Mexico should win, but buoyed by the incredible … Continue reading

ESPN Announces Commentator Assignments for 2010 World Cup Coverage

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ESPN has revealed the commentator assignments for its coverage of the 2010 World Cup. The big one, the match that everyone is talking about featuring England against the United States of America, will include Martin Tyler as the lead commentator … Continue reading

Martin Tyler Interview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

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Martin Tyler will be calling this summer’s World Cup for ESPN, serving as the network’s lead commentator in South Africa. Earlier this week Martin joined me to talk about last week’s FA Cup final, Saturday’s Champions League final in Madrid, … Continue reading

Martin Tyler Interview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

Martin Tyler will be calling this summer’s World Cup for ESPN, serving as the network’s lead commentator in South Africa. Earlier this week Martin joined me to talk about last week’s FA Cup final, Saturday’s Champions League final in Madrid, … Continue reading

2009-10 Best Premier League Podcasts, TV and Radio Coverage

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The 2009-2010 EPL Awards have concluded. And more than 58,000 of you have voted to pick the best EPL-related TV, radio and podcast shows. We as supporters of Premier League clubs consume massive amounts of media – whether it’s matches … Continue reading

ESPN get Rangers Assistant Ally McCoist for USA World Cup TV Job

Posted on by Jesse Chula

It seems the planning, preparation and excitement for the World Cup is hitting it’s full stride as of late as we enter into the last two weeks of the Premier League season. In addition to more exciting news from EPL Talk to come soon, ESPN just … Continue reading

Soccer Fans, When Was The Last Time You Got Goose Bumps?

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It has happened to all of us at one time or another. When we were so excited about something, whether it was soccer-related or not, we’ve gotten goose bumps. For me, the last time this happened was last week when … Continue reading

Martin Tyler Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

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BSkyB’s Martin Tyler was voted Premier League Commentator of the Decade. This summer, he will be the lead commentator for ESPN’s coverage of the World Cup in the United States. On this edition of the EPL Talk podcast, the broadcasting … Continue reading

Why ESPN Needs a US Commentator For Its World Cup TV Coverage

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ESPN generated controversy Thursday when it named its four lead commentators for US TV coverage of the 2010 World Cup. All four are British born, but not one US-born commentator was selected. Of the four chosen by ESPN, three of … Continue reading

JP Dellacamera Demoted From TV to Radio Coverage of World Cup

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In a blow to the growth of US-born commentators in this country, ESPN revealed today the names of the four lead announcers for its TV coverage of the 2010 World Cup. All four of them are British born. The lead … Continue reading

ESPN Commentators For 2010 World Cup TV Coverage Announced

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ESPN today announced the lead commentators for its coverage of the 2010 World Cup. The lead commentators will be Martin Tyler, Ian Darke, Derek Rae and Adrian Healey. In all, ESPN will employ four teams to cover all 64 tournament … Continue reading

Fox Soccer Channel Switches to Sky Sports Champions League Feeds

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Christmas has arrived early thanks to Fox Soccer Channel with the exclusive news that the knockout stages of the Champions League on FSC and FSN, as well as the final on FX, will feature the two-person commentary teams from Sky … Continue reading

Martin Tyler Shares His Reaction to England v US World Cup Draw

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Martin Tyler, the world’s number one football commentator, was on ESPN last week with Bob Ley to provide his reaction and analysis to the draw that will see England play the United States in the 2010 World Cup. In addition … Continue reading

England v USA: Why The Biggest Winner Will Be The Premier League

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No matter which way you look at England’s opening game of the 2010 World Cup against the United States, the biggest winner will be the Premier League. Sure, the headlines will be focused on the World Cup but after the … Continue reading