Ray Hudson & Ian Darke
Ray Hudson (born 24 March 1955 in Gateshead, England), is a retired professional football player and former coach who currently works as an English-language football commentator on Gol TV and NBC Sports. Ian Darke is an English football and boxing commentator who currently works for ESPN US. Darke was previously one of Sky's 'Big Four' football commentators alongside Martin Tyler, Alan Parry and Rob Hawthorne./5
Ray Hudson and Ian Darke need to be the commentary team for every game, let alone even one game. They would be the best
Ray Hudson & Ian Darke should commentate every game played in every sport ever. I would pay to listen to them do live commentary on checkers
Don't want to be disloyal to Ian Darke, but this is a spectacular goal call by Ray Hudson (Messi content) -
"There's no snow in Jamaica, I promise you that. Cool Runnings and all that." Ian Darke is the best. He's no Ray Hudson though.
I'm a big Ray Hudson fan. I can't stand Ian Darke either.
“That’s right son. This is my hood!” - Ian Darke MT Ray Hudson not calling Jamaica-USA on beIN Sport Friday.
Tottenham refuses to play any televised matches until Sky guarantees commentary by team of Sir Ian Darke & Ray Hudson.
She would NOT have called out Ian Darke, Adrian Healey, or Ray Hudson if they were the announcers. She was out of order.
Would she have done the same if it were Ian Darke, Adrian Healey, or Ray Hudson announcing? Or does it go deeper?
soccer has the best announcers in all of sports, especially Ray Hudson, Ian Darke and Tommy Smith, great video too
hearing Ray Hudson has left goltv. Superteam with Ian Darke?
One day I hope to hear Ian Darke and Ray Hudson together
Ian Darke commentating. I was hoping for Ray Hudson.
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