Listen to the latest episode of World Soccer Talk Radio featuring an interview with JP Dellacamera.
The famed American soccer announcer took time out of his busy schedule to speak with World Soccer Talk Radio host Nate Abaurrea about a range of topics including his opinions about whether American soccer announcers should be calling more USA games, his broadcasting career and how soccer coverage has changed since the 1980s, his thoughts about how the Gus Johnson and Dave O’Brien hires were handled, as well as discussing the Women’s World Cup and how the US Women’s National Team has been doing thus far.
Listen to the show via the player above or via this link.
Hosted by Nate Abaurrea, World Soccer Talk Radio is a nightly soccer news and discussion show that will air Mondays through Fridays each week. The show will feature interviews with insightful guests as well as taking listener calls.
Got any questions for us, or want to talk world soccer? Call us during future shows on the listener line at 1-800-878-PLAY (7529).
Nate Abaurrea bio
Nate is a radio sportscaster, writer, stand-up comedian, and soccer coach located in Redding, California. Originally from Watsonville, a futbol crazy town in Santa Cruz County, Nate is a graduate of Humboldt State University where he majored in Broadcast Journalism. Soccer is one his true loves in life, and he is an avid Liverpool FC, San Jose Earthquakes, and United States National Team supporter. Road trips, sake & sushi outings, and late night terrace inspired singing are some of his hobbies. His greatest heroes include Bill Shankly, Richard Pryor, Diego Maradona, Hunter S. Thompson, and Jon Miller. In addition to World Soccer Talk Radio, Nate’s work can be heard on AM 1460 in Redding and online at KCNR1460.com, where he is the lead radio voice for live coverage of Northern California college and high school sports.