Chris and Kartik discuss their favorite new soccer documentaries, will DAZN be the first domino to fall, Premier League and Bundesliga firming up a master plan, our favorite programs we’ve watched from the past week, Sunderland Til I Die returns to Netflix, plus letters from you, the listeners, in our mailbag section.
In episode 164, we discuss a FOX analyst saying goodbye to the broadcaster, The English Game comes to Netflix just in time, how much of an appetite is there for classic matches on demand, a new season of a hit soccer documentary is coming to Netflix plus letters from you, the listeners, in our mailbag section.
Nate chats with Ian about opening himself up into new cultures through soccer, which commentator at FOX Sports deserves a bigger chance, what FC St Pauli means to him, what drives him to strive to be the best that he can, how he got into sports broadcasting, and the influence his father had on him.
Nate Abaurrea chats with Nico about what it is about the Argentine accent that adds so much flavor to commentaries, why accents are so important for soccer commentaries in Spanish-language, if he feels more pressure because his father is a broadcasting legend, why Argentina is synonymous with classic football commentaries, the story of Arlo White and Leonardo Ulloa and the importance of proper pronunciations.
This week, we discuss which soccer networks are showing what, CBS dives into Liga MX, how FIFA 20, Football Manager and Subbuteo are helping soccer fans cope, winners and losers of coronavirus suspending soccer leagues plus letters from you, the listeners, in our mailbag section.
This week, we discuss soccer watching behind closed doors, the Premier League breaks a US TV record, a major soccer competition goes Pay-Per-View, how the Coronavirus could change soccer as we know it. Plus letters from you, the listeners, in our mailbag section.
In our chat with Peter Drury, he explains why he's not on social media, who his greatest influences were, how he's able to say the perfect words for the perfect goals, his love for soccer and whether he views himself as a modern or old-school commentator.
Higginbotham shares which commentator was his biggest mentor in the transition from pro footballer to co-commentator, why the job as a co-commentator is harder than a lead announcer, how to be fair and unbiased in his co-commentary and analysis, how he sees the game of soccer differently now through the eyes of a co-commentator, and the influence that Sir Alex Ferguson had on his life.
Latest episode features an interview with ESPN’s top soccer producers, a preview of this season’s MLS coverage, big hints about ESPN's Euro 2020 coverage, thoughts about talkSPORT's radio commentary, more insight into TNT's soccer coverage and more.