ESPN have added four analysts to its coverage of World Cup 2014 with the inclusion of Stewart Robson, Efan Ekoku, Alejandro Moreno and Kasey Keller.
The analysts will join the five World Cup analysts ESPN named in December, who are Steve McManaman, Michael Ballack, Alexi Lalas, Taylor Twellman and Santiago Solari.
The latest four pundits who have joined ESPN’s official World Cup 2014 team will be familiar to US audiences. Ekoku and Robson are often featured as co-commentators on Premier League matches televised by NBC, while Keller and Moreno have been featured prominently on ESPN’s coverage of the USMNT.
Don’t be surprised if ESPN makes a future announcement regarding another analyst being added to the World Cup 2014 team!
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Christian Benteke ruled out of the World Cup after serious achilles injury – Daily Mail
- UEFA’s League of Nations sounds good, so what’s the catch? — Sports Illustrated
- Worker dies during accident at 2014 World Cup opening stadium — Pro Soccer Talk
- 2.57m tickets sold for 2014 World Cup – GolTV
- British government acts to shake-up English football’s transparency — Inside World Football
- Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney a doubt for Bayern Munich trip — The Guardian
- Solksjaer will accept Sunderland ruling – even if it relegates his Cardiff City — Shields Gazette
- I can’t believe Sunderland were not docked points, says Gus Poyet — The Telegraph
- Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho ready to spend £50m on strikeforce — The Guardian
- Stadium expansion work to begin with immediate effect — Manchester City FC
- Leighton Baines can convert to a ‘Philipp Lahm’, says Everton manager — The Guardian
- BPL Live hailed a success by South Africans — Premier League
- Tim Sherwood: It’s been a long time since Glenn Hoddle’s managed a team, game’s moved on — 101GG
- Sir Alex Ferguson reportedly lands Harvard teaching position — Bleacher Report
- Tottenham consider playing home matches at various stadiums for a season to allow rebuilding of White Hart Lane – The Independent
- Newcastle United fans hire open-top bus for Mike Ashley protest — The Guardian
- A Hull City season ticket for £97.52? How Tigers prices have fared above inflation – and Premier League rivals — Hull Daily Mail
- MLS blockbuster trade: Philadelphia, Montreal swap McInerney, Wenger — Sports Illustrated
- MLS Earthquakes to begin accepting Bitcoin For merchandise, tickets, possibly concessions — Sports Business Daily
- David Beckham could face legal battle over proposed Miami stadium — Pro Soccer Talk
- Leicester close in on promotion after victory over Sheffield Wednesday — The Guardian
- Coventry City fans deserve better than watching their team from a hill — The Guardian
- Joey Barton can make a manager says Harry Redknapp — Derby Telegraph
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