The Heart of The Game is a brand-new weekly podcast featuring interviews with the studio talent, commentators, players and coaches that bring us the beautiful game.
Hosted by Nate Abaurrea, the latest episode features an interview with bilingual soccer commentator Nico Cantor. During the interview, Nico discusses:
• what it is about the Argentine accent that adds so much flavor to commentaries,
• why accents are so important for soccer commentaries in Spanish-language,
• if he feels more pressure because his father is a broadcasting legend,
• why Argentina is synonymous with classic football commentaries,
• the story of Arlo White and Leonardo Ulloa and the importance of proper pronunciations.
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