ESPN soccer analyst Tommy Smyth recently sat down with EPL Talk to discuss a range of topics relating to the world of soccer.
The conversation began with Smyth describing what it was like to commentate the 2010 World Cup Final for ESPN Radio. Other topics discussed include his opinion whether no U.S.-born lead commentator for ESPN’s World Cup coverage was a good or bad thing, as well as whether he foresees ESPN becoming more involved in broadcasting the Premier League to a U.S. audience in the future.
Several other interesting topics are discussed such as whether there’s room in the New York area for another team. Plus Smyth answers several questions submitted by EPL Talk readers.
Later this week we’ll have interviews with Shaka Hislop (ESPN), Michael Thomas (Arsenal) and Jonathan Wilson (The Blizzard).