“Sky Sports’ New Toy: Peter Drury Joins the Commentary Circus!”

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Well, well, well, look who’s joining the Sky Sports family! It’s none other than Peter Drury, the man with a voice that’s graced our TV and radio for over 30 years. Starting from the 2023/24 season, Drury will be adding his award-winning commentary to the Premier League football coverage on Sky Sports. Brace yourselves, folks, the commentary box is about to get a whole lot more poetic!

“Drury’s Grand Entrance: A New Star in the Sky Sports Galaxy!”

In a move that’s as surprising as a sunny day in England, Drury is set to join the Sky Sports commentary team, which includes such luminaries as Rob Hawthorne, Bill Leslie, Seb Hutchinson, Dan Mann, Gary Weaver, and Ian Crocker. With his multiple broadcasting awards, including the Football Supporters’ Association Commentator of the Year for three of the last four seasons, Drury is sure to add a touch of class to the team. Or at least, that’s what they’re hoping!

“Drury’s Double Duty: Sky Sports and NBC!”

But wait, there’s more! Not content with just one gig, Drury will continue his role with NBC, providing commentary on their Premier League coverage. Talk about having your cake and eating it too!

“Drury’s Excitement: The Opportunity of His Career!”

In a statement that’s as predictable as a penalty kick, Drury expressed his excitement about joining Sky Sports, calling it the “opportunity of his career”. Well, we can’t wait to hear his poetic commentary on the “best games week in week out”.

“Sky Sports’ Warm Welcome: A Poetic Addition to the Team!”

Gary Hughes, Sky Sports director of football, welcomed Drury to the team, praising him as one of the game’s most poetic commentators. Well, let’s hope his poetry doesn’t put the viewers to sleep!

“The End of an Era: Martin Tyler’s Departure!”

In other news, legendary commentator Martin Tyler is leaving Sky Sports after spearheading the company’s Premier League coverage for over 30 years. Well, all good things must come to an end, right?

Stay tuned for more updates on Sky Sports’ commentary team, where the drama never ends, and the stakes are always high!