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Tag Archives: Tommy Smyth

Sirius/XM Radio To Broadcast All 64 World Cup Matches

Posted on by John Boschini

ESPN’s saturation of World Cup coverage into the United States has added another source. Sirius/XM radio announced today that the sattelite radio provider will broadcast ESPN Radio’s coverage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. ESPN Radio’s coverage will be spearheaded … Continue reading

What the World Cup Means To Me: Download the Free eBook

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It gives me great pleasure to announce the launch of a brand-new eBook today entitled What The World Cup Means To Me. The free eBook, published by EPL Talk sister site World Cup Buzz, features stories from some of the … Continue reading

Adventures On The High Seas With ESPN, Dwight Yorke and Andrew Cole

Posted on by Christopher Harris

This week on EPL Talk we’ll bring you exclusive interviews from some of the biggest names in English football such as Andrew Cole and Dwight Yorke, as well as an interview with ESPN pundit Shaka Hislop. Our coverage began last … Continue reading

Tommy Smyth Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

Tommy Smyth is one of the most prominent personalities covering soccer at ESPN. Earlier this week, Tommy sat down with The Gaffer for this edition of the EPL Talk Podcast. Some of the topics discussed with Tommy Smyth include: His … Continue reading

ESPN to Broadcast All 2010 World Cup Games On ESPN Radio: Exclusive

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN will broadcast all 2010 World Cup games this summer live on ESPN Radio in addition to its coverage on television, broadband and mobile phones. Tommy Smyth has been named as the lead analyst for ESPN Radio and will probably … Continue reading

Jack Bell Is A Wanker, Part II

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s pretty sad when two soccer columnists who represent what is supposedly one of the nation’s top newspapers are so incompetent and out-of-touch with reality. Last November, I called New York Times soccer columnist Jack Bell a wanker for writing … Continue reading

Day One: First Impressions of ESPN's Euro '08 Coverage

Posted on by Jeff Hash

Euro 2008 is finally here after the standard mega sports event buildup.  And for ESPN, today is the beginning of their broadcast of the entire tournmanet for the first time.  The network has been rolling the ads for weeks and made a big addition … Continue reading

ESPN Makes Smart Move With Andy Gray Hiring

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Andy Gray, one of the top football co-commentators and pundits in the world, made his appearance this afternoon not on Sky Sports but instead on ESPN. What Gray gives ESPN is instant credibility, which the network desperately needs if it’s … Continue reading

ESPN Deserves Praise For Excellent Champions League Coverage

Posted on by Christopher Harris

So much focus is put on the Champions League Final and what happened during the game that it’s often easy to overlook the admirable job that ESPN2 did behind the scenes yesterday. Their production was excellent and what I was … Continue reading