Martin Tyler is a well-known English football commentator and assistant manager at Woking. Born on September 14, 1945, Tyler has been a prominent figure in the world of football for several decades. He began his career as a journalist, working for the local newspaper in his hometown of Chester before moving on to work for the Daily Mail and The Guardian.
Tyler's career as a commentator began in the 1970s, when he worked for BBC Radio. He later moved on to television, working for ITV and Sky Sports. He has covered numerous high-profile football matches, including the UEFA Champions League final and the World Cup final.
Recently, Tyler has been in the news for his comments on the controversial European Super League. He was critical of the proposed league, which would have seen some of Europe's biggest football clubs break away from their domestic leagues to form a new competition. Tyler argued that the Super League would have been detrimental to the sport, and that it would have been unfair to smaller clubs who would have been left behind.
In addition to his work as a commentator, Tyler has also been involved in coaching. He has worked as an assistant manager at Woking since 2019, helping the team to achieve promotion to the National League. Tyler's extensive knowledge of the game and his passion for football have made him a respected figure in the sport, and he continues to be a prominent voice in the world of football commentary.