Listen to the latest episode of World Soccer Talk Radio featuring an interview with legendary soccer commentator Seamus Malin.

Malin, who announced World Cup, USA and Cosmos games across networks including ABC, ESPN, CBS and others from the 1970s to the 2000’s, took a walk down memory lane to chat about the growth of soccer in the United States, his passion for Aston Villa, his memories of the original NASL as well as his opinions about the current USA Men’s National Team squad and Jurgen Klinsmann.

Seamus Malin also shared his memories of the 1982 European Cup final against Bayern Munich, and how he became a supporter of the Villains. Plus he discusses his story of how he found a way to watch the game while in New York City, and why a FA Cup win was even more memorable than European glory.

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HEAR MORE: Listen to our interview with Seamus Malin from 2006

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