Peter Drury interview: English commentator

Peter Drury interview

Listen to our Peter Drury interview with one of the Premier League’s most famous commentators.

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. Also included in the series are interviews with Danny Higginbotham, Taylor Twellman, Derek Rae, Ian Joy, Christian Miles, Phil Bonney, Nico Cantor and Christian Miles.

Hosted by Nate Abaurrea, the latest episode features an interview with legendary commentator Peter Drury. During the interview, Peter discusses:

• Why he’s not on social media,
• Who his greatest influences were,
• How he’s able to say the perfect words for the perfect goals,
• His love for soccer and whether he views himself as a modern or old-school commentator,
• And more.

Listen to the show via the player above or via this link.

HEAR MORE: Listen to our interview with co-commentator Danny Higginbotham

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