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Nick Geber Interview (Voices Of Soccer)

Kartik Krishnaiyer recently sat down with World Soccer Radio host Nick Geber for the second episode of the new weekly World Soccer Talk interview show, Voices of Soccer.

In this audio episode, Krishnaiyer and Geber discuss a range of topics including his time with World Soccer Daily, the growth of soccer in the United States, his memories of Dave O’Brien and World Cup 2006 and much more.

Hosted by Kartik Krishnaiyer, Voices Of Soccer is a new weekly program that will feature exclusive interviews with remarkable people from the world of soccer. In addition to Voices of Soccer, World Soccer Talk recently launched This Week In Soccer, a weekly discussion show and a mini-documentary about one of the most historic soccer clubs in US history. Plus, the EPL Talk Podcast from World Soccer Talk is released weekly, which offers insight and analysis on the world’s most popular sports league.

If you have suggestions of guests that you’d like to have interviewed in future episodes, please share them in the comments section below.

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  1. Brad

    August 31, 2013 at 7:25 am

    Pretty interesting to learn about some of the early soccer talk shows. good job.

  2. Kartik Krishnaiyer

    August 30, 2013 at 1:36 am

    Actually the audio should be on Itunes and Stitcher radio already. On Itunes look up EPL Talk Podcast.

  3. Kartik Krishnaiyer

    August 30, 2013 at 1:35 am

    Thanks Kris…We will be releasing a podcast soon with audio only.

  4. Kris

    August 30, 2013 at 1:08 am


    Great interview!

    Nick, your take on things is a breath of fresh air. Really liked learning about you and hearing your story. You have a new fan. Just listened to your Tuesday 8/27/13 show on ustream… I will most definitely be listening to more. Love the insight, and the show as a whole.

    Finding a good (daily) football show is the proverbial needle in a haystack, but with your show I think one finally pricked my finger.

    Well done, Nick. Well done, Kartik.

    I used to be a ball-boy (way back when) for the amazingly awesome semi-pro club – – – (drum roll please) – – – – the Arizona Condors!!

    Who the eff are the AZ Condors you might ask? Well, let me tell you: In January 1989, the amateur Arizona Condors entered the Western Soccer League as an expansion team. Playing their home games at Mesa Community College, the team finished the season at 5-11, but did place forward Mark Kerlin on the All Star team. In 1990, the WSL merged with the American Soccer League to form the fully professional American Professional Soccer League. The Condors finished the 1990 season at 5-15 and folded. Thanks, Wiki.

    Crowd goes wild! lolol

    My point to saying that: Footy runs through my blood just a deep and crimson as the next hardcore fan. I’ve played on pitches across the states from age 3 – 33 at the traveling club level. So, a newcomer I am not. I’ve put in my dues chasing balls for crap semi-pro horrible atmosphere footy matches, and now it’s my time to sit back and listen to you.

    Glad Kartik did this interview with you. Is there also a podcast version of your shows?

    Thanks guys! Bravo to you both.


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