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So long South Africa!
So long South Africa! Martin Tyler

So long South Africa!

Martin Tyler bids the Rainbow Nation farewell after watching Spain bring down the curtain on the World Cup.

My future's orange! Martin Tyler

My future's orange!

Martin Tyler on the Timeless Test, air traffic turmoil and some unexpected guests at his Jo'burg hotel

Torn on the 4th of July Martin Tyler

Torn on the 4th of July

If you think Ghana got it bad, Martin Tyler suffers World Cup heartbreak at the hands of McManaman, and co.

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Not to be sniffed at

Colds and constant downpours can not deter Martin Tyler from enjoying a rare moment in the lap of luxury...

All too familiar Martin Tyler

All too familiar

Martin Tyler watches England exit with echoes of 1966, 1970, Munich and the Under-21s last summer...

Rock and Krol Martin Tyler

Rock and Krol

The party's still going, Brazil are here, England are still here and Martin has set himself two targets.

Hoping for a miracle Martin Tyler

Hoping for a miracle

Simulation, strikes, shirt-pulling and South Africa's hopes in the balance... Martin Tyler updates his diary.

Having a mayor... Martin Tyler

Having a mayor...

From Glen Johnson to Boris Johnson... find out why Martin Tyler trashed his Cape Town hotel room.

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Comment: Another win for Tim Sherwood but Tottenham need a manager of substance next season

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