Read our Stewart Robson interview to learn more about the ESPN analyst and co-commentator.
Stewart Robson’s fourteen season playing career spanning spells at Arsenal, West Ham, and Coventry City. On this edition of the podcast, Robson talks to Kartik Krishnaiyer about his playing days, this year’s Arsenal squad, and his role on Arsenal TV.
Stewart Robson is an English former football player and TV and radio football pundit. He played for Arsenal, West Ham United where he was their player of the season in 1988, and Coventry City. After his footballing career ended he took on a role as a TV and radio pundit for Arsenal TV until 2012, ESPN, TalkSPORT and currently as BT Sport’s Italian football co-commentator.
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Robson has teamed up with Martin Tyler as the commentary duo for the non UK international feed of the FA Cup. He worked for Arsenal TV as co-commentator. He commentated for BT Sport for the 2012 African Cup Of Nations. He has also appeared on Absolute Radio’s Rock’n’Roll Football alongside Jim Proudfoot. Robson is a regular contributor on the football podcast released by The Times in conjunction with their weekly football supplement The Game. He has also presented on TalkSPORT and as BT Sport’s Italian football co-commentator. For the 2014 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2016, Robson partnered with Jon Champion for ESPN’s coverage in the United States
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