Interview With Ray Hudson: Questions Please


If you’ve ever had a question you were dying to ask Ray Hudson, here’s your chance. Post your question in the comments section below, and I’ll pick out the best ones to ask Ray this Saturday when Kartik Krishnaiyer and I embark on our behind-the-scenes visit to the GolTV studios in Miami.

Kartik and I will be spending the day in the studio with Ray Hudson, Phil Schoen, Lindsey Dean and Pablo Alsina — and the GolTV crew — as we chronicle what a typical Saturday is like behind-the-scenes in the studio. In addition to Ray Hudson, feel free to post your questions in the comments below for Phil Schoen, Lindsey Dean and Pablo Alsina, too, as well as any production questions for the people behind the scenes at GolTV.

Here are the games that Kartik and I will be watching from the studio, and watching the commentators call:

  • Hamburg vs Borussia Dortmund, 11:30am; commentator: Phil Schoen
  • Real Madrid vs Malaga, 2pm; commentators: Phil Schoen and Ray Hudson
  • Barcelona vs Vallodolid, 4pm; commentators: Pablo Alsina and Lindsey Dean

As well as videotaping what it’s like to see Ray and Phil commentating on games from the studio, Kartik and I will be interviewing each of the commentators and publishing the interviews later via the Major League Soccer Talk Podcast and EPL Talk Podcast. During Saturday, I’ll be twittering what’s happening behind the scenes, so feel free to follow me on Twitter.

Ray Hudson played with Newcastle United in the 1970s before moving to the United States where he played in the NASL for the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. Hudson later became the head coach for the Miami Fusion and DC United, and is now a successful commentator for GolTV, a 24/7 soccer network in the United States.

4 thoughts on “Interview With Ray Hudson: Questions Please”

  1. Yo Gaff… strictly on a personal front, tell him I said hey and ask him if he still drives that old Porsche… Ray helped to coach a traveling team that I played on in Hollywood, MANY years ago!

    Good people, and a pretty funny guy to boot. He shoud be a great interview…

  2. hi ray i just want to know if you are broadcating some of the world cup games ? i really enjoy it all the words comes from you and i am a diehard soccer fan to watch 24 _7 please let me know which games , thanks

    1. Fitsum, Ray won’t be commentating any of the World Cup games, but I’m sure he’ll be sharing his insight and analysis this summer on GolTV.

      The Gaffer

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