Seven commentators in the frame to replace departing legend Martin Tyler at Sky Sports.
According to rumors, when the venerable Martin Tyler quits Sky Sports this summer, seven well-known commentators may be in the running to take his place.
According to The Sun, Peter Drury and former ITV commentator Clive Tyldesley are believed to be among the top candidates for the major post on Sky.
Sam Matterface and Guy Mowbray from the BBC may also be considered, despite the fact that opinions of his ITV commentary have been fairly divided among fans and spectators.
Fans have recently debated their favorite actors on Twitter, and Jacqui Oatley may potentially be in the picture.
One said: “If it’s not Drury it’ll be a travesty. Tyldesley maybe if Peter won’t do it.”
A second said: “Peter Drury or Clive Tyldsesley are the obvious choices, but I wouldn’t mind a red button feature where you can watch the games with just the crowd noise & no commentary… that would be perfect.”
A third added: “Clive Tyldesley makes even the most mundane matches sound like a a World Cup Final,” while another added: “Peter Drury all day long – the BEST.”