Tim Vickery interview: Football writer

Tim Vickery interview

It’s time to listen to our Tim Vickery interview to learn more about one of the most popular writers and broadcasters in world football.

On this episode of the podcast, we welcome Tim Vickery, who picks up on some of the theses regarding player developed that we addressed with Andy Brassell previously. Then, Tim talks to us about some notable players in Brazil, talking about how their styles would fit into the Premier League. Then, we talk about Tim’s support of Tottenham Hotspur, the nature of being a club supporter, and how he found his way to Brazil.

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Tim Vickery is the South American football correspondent for BBC Sport, contributing to the corporation’s output online, on TV and radio. Vickery frequently writes for World Soccer, ESPN and Sports Illustrated and he is also an analyst on SporTV’s main morning program, Redação SporTV.

Tim also starred in the 2005 film, The Game Of Their Lives, about the USA’s historic 1-0 victory against England in the 1950 World Cup.

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