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Martin Tyler blogs on star turns by David Luiz and Tim Krul, but says there's no overwhelming favourite.
Martin Tyler, who is really enjoying being a senior citizen in Brazil, salutes the last 16's unlucky losers.
Martin Tyler blogs from Belo Horizonte, the scene of England's 1950 humiliation, and admires a TV legend!
Martin Tyler talks Guillermo Ochoa, the long-awaited use of goal-line technology, and sandwiches...
Martin Tyler bids the Rainbow Nation farewell after watching Spain bring down the curtain on the World Cup.
Martin Tyler on the Timeless Test, air traffic turmoil and some unexpected guests at his Jo'burg hotel
If you think Ghana got it bad, Martin Tyler suffers World Cup heartbreak at the hands of McManaman, and co.
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Howard Webb was the special guest on this week’s Monday Night Football and answered Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher’s questions about refereeing.
Ronald Koeman's attacking Southampton line-up was rewarded but only after getting caught out by Aston Villa
Faced with the absence of Steven Davis, Ronald Koeman might have been expected to make the same decision he did when the midfielder was taken off in the first half of Southampton’s previous game against Leicester City. But instead of sending for Jack Cork he took the attacking option.
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