In our Ian Darke interview, World Soccer Talk’s Kartik Krishnaiyer chats with the legendary commentator to discuss his role at UEFA Euro 2020 as well as his career in the sport.

Some of the topics discussed include:

• What it was like adapting from his role as a radio commentator to a TV commentator
• Whether his commentary changes based on whether he’s announcing for the world feed, US audience or a UK audience
• Ian Darke’s memories of calling the Landon Donovan goal during World Cup 2010
• His memories of the Manchester City-QPR title match and what happened behind the scenes
• What it’s like being an analyst on television instead of a commentator
• The challenges of commentating games in Euro 2020 compared to previous tournaments
• What an England victory at Euro 2020 would mean to his country

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