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What guests would you like us to interview on World Soccer Talk Radio?

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Today marks 6 weeks since we launched World Soccer Talk Radio, the nightly show that’s aired live on Sports Byline and TuneIn.

In the past 1.5 months, we’ve interviewed a ton of intriguing guests, but we need your help. If there’s anyone in particular that you’d love us to interview, please let us know in the comments section or on social media. Your feedback matters, so tell us who you want to hear from and, if you have time, why.

If you’re not familiar with the guests host Nate Abaurrea has already interviewed, see the list below. We’re trying to have a different guest on the show each night (live from 9-10pm ET weeknights). And we’re focused on mixing up the topics so it’s not all centered around one league or team.

So far, during the first 45 days, we’ve covered MLS, FIFA, Costa Rica, Mexico, Serie A, FOX Sports, Scotland, Premier League, NASL, Champions League, Europa League, Middlesbrough, NBC’s coverage, Minnesota United, Tampa Bay Rowdies, beIN SPORTS, Sirius XM FC, soccer economics, traumatic brain injuries and much more.

The list of guests we’ve interviewed so far are: Juan Arango, Michael Baltierra (e:60 Coordinating Producer for Sepp Blatter film), Anto Bianco (Beyond the Pitch), Rachel Bonnetta, Max Bretos, Keith Costigan, Steve Davis, Mark Donaldson, Brian Dunseth, Simon Evans, Richard Farley, Kris Heneage, Matt Jones, Ian Joy, Kartik Krishnaiyer, Rodney Marsh, Kyle Martino, Janusz Michallik, Kay Murray, Bill Peterson (NASL), Mike Prindiville (NBCSN), Brian Quarstad (Northern Pitch), Thomas Rongen, Phil Schoen, Tommy Smyth, Stefan Szymanski, Taylor Twellman, Grant Wahl, Nick Webster, Arlo White, Eric Wynalda and Matt Yoder (Awful Announcing).

If you missed any of those interviews, you can find them on World Soccer Talk’s podcast page or on iTunes, Stitcher or TuneIn.

Listen to World Soccer Talk Radio live from 9-10pm ET each night on Sports Byline radio or via the live stream.

 

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7 Comments

7 Comments

  1. Roberto Rojas

    May 16, 2015 at 10:49 am

    Tim Vickery would be a good guest to have on all things South America.

    • Christopher Harris

      May 16, 2015 at 10:52 am

      That’s a great suggestion. Thank you Roberto. We’ll definitely try to have him on soon.

  2. 3GamesToLove

    May 15, 2015 at 2:23 pm

    Honestly, it being a “radio” show doesn’t seem to add much, but detracts plenty. The presentation style is a little too over-exuberant, plus there’s the repetitious nature of having to announce who the guest is multiple times. Why not just do a straight podcast?

    • Christopher Harris

      May 15, 2015 at 2:49 pm

      We do a “straight” podcast every Sunday night, but the radio show gives us an opportunity to reach a much greater audience.

      Thanks for the feedback.

  3. Awful Awful Knight

    May 15, 2015 at 1:34 pm

    I would be tickled pink if you could somehow force Nate to have a conversation with Jose Mourinho 🙂

    As a side note, you need to get whomever converts your broadcasts into podcasts to pay attention to the quality of the transfer — the otherwise enjoyable interview with Arlo White was plagued with NUMEROUS and REPEATED annoying audio drop outs and dead spaces.

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