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Motson, 72, was in the commentary box for BBC Radio 5 Live (with Steve Claridge, below) for the last time as Arsenal beat Watford at the Emirates.
But according to former Australian skipper Adam Gilchrist, this time the war has been taken to the commentary box.
NO sport can flourish in the broadcast age without the voice of a great commentator, and cricket will soon miss the unmistakable tones of Henry Blofeld, who has announced his decision to step down from Test Match Special on BBC radio after 45 years in the commentary box.
The visit to the Cricket Radio commentary box from where some of the greats of the game have been commentating on the Champions Trophy, and which is streamed live on the Gulf News website, will remain an indelible memory.
Former BBC pundit Eddie Jordan will combine his Top Gear duties to work on Channel 4's coverage while Ben Edwards will continue in the commentary box alongside Coulthard.
VVKEMPTON In Britain, it is probably the best laid-out commentary box.
The former Australian captain played 63 tests for but was renowned for his days in the commentary box and his unique presentation style.
But what set Benaud apart from even his contemporaries in the commentary box like Bill Lawry and Ian Chappell was his absolute neutrality, his economy of words, and his understanding that silence accompanying a TV visual is sometimes exactly what a fan needs in order to let the moment sink in.
I am sure it's something we will see much more of in this country during the coming summer and, in the last few days, it threw up some really interesting stuff from Kevin Pietersen (pictured right) in the commentary box.
Henman (right) told SW19 Diary: "I had a disaster in the radio commentary box, live on air at 3-3 between Novak Djokovic and Gilles Simon.
The story of why Ronaldo's name didn't initially appear on the team sheet sent shockwaves through the commentary box that year and Lineker finds out exactly what happened from the man himself.
Peter can, of course, get a wee bit carried away in the commentary box.