Interview With Luton Town and Rowdies Legend Ricky Hill: Voices Of Soccer [VIDEO]

voices of soccer Interview With Luton Town and Rowdies Legend Ricky Hill: Voices Of Soccer [VIDEO]

Kartik Krishnaiyer recently sat down with Luton Town and Tampa Bay Rowdies legend Ricky Hill for the debut episode of the new weekly World Soccer Talk interview show, Voices of Soccer.

In the episode, Tampa Bay Rowdies coach (and former Luton Town and England striker) Ricky Hill discusses racism in English football, the perceived bias against the promotion of black coaches in England, how favoritism is rife in England where white English managers with poor records still continue to get hired in the country, as well as how English managers who coach overseas are perceived in England.

Hosted by Kartik Krishnaiyer, Voices Of Soccer is a new weekly program that will feature exclusive interviews with remarkable people from the world of soccer. In addition to Voices of Soccer, World Soccer Talk recently launched This Week In Soccer, a weekly discussion show and a mini-documentary about one of the most historic soccer clubs in US history. Plus, the EPL Talk Podcast from World Soccer Talk is released weekly, which offers insight and analysis on the world’s most popular sports league.

If you have suggestions of guests that you’d like to have interviewed in future episodes, please share them in the comments section below.

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One thought on “Interview With Luton Town and Rowdies Legend Ricky Hill: Voices Of Soccer [VIDEO]”

  1. Great topic to talk about. I think World soccer Talk has something real good going on and should keep it up, the likes of ESPN do not talk about much of late but just speculate. Coach Hill coaches a good friend of mine Evans Frimpong and has done great with him so far. He’s definitely a very good coach.

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