Monday, July 07, 2008

I'm a correspondent for ESPN Soccernet Podcast

Yes, my friends!

Today I made my debut for the ESPN Soccernet Podcast as a South American football correspondent!

Some of you may remember that during the last World Cup in Germany 2006 I was a written correspondent in charge of telling you all about Argentina and their quest for that elusive third World Cup title. That's how I got to meet a lot of the current Mundo Albiceleste's readers and, in fact this blog was born because of that great response I got from you when I wrote during the World Cup.

Now I joined the ESPN Soccernet Podcast team as a correspondent from South America and I don't know if it'll last for long but I'm sharing this with all of you and I hope you like my participation in that show.

Here's a link for those of you who would like to listen to the show.

You can listen right from their website (they've got a player that's very easy to open) and you can also download it to listen from your computer or your MP3 player.

My conversation with the host, Adriano Russo, begins roughly in the 31st minute of the show and we talked about the Copa Libertadores, the transfers involving South American players in the Premier League and a quick preview on the Olympic tournament.

I'd love to hear from you and read your critics and comments.

Hope you like it and I'll welcome any critics and comments from you.


Anonymous said...

Congrats my friend! I listen to World Soccer Daily and now I will listen to this as well.


johnny said...

Congrats also Seba ! I am sure you will impress !

pronx said...

Great commentry Seba, love your site and your comments on espn, just talk up the brazilians so much, talk up argentina only, Vamos Argentina, Pronx (australia)

Anonymous said...

Congrat from thailand ,Seba

p2bn said...

Congratulations for the new role. We know you will succeed. Enjoy your time there. We will all be listening to you.

Vamos Albiceleste
Vamos Seba :-p

John said...

Another milestone for you Seba. Really enjoyed it.

By the way, it looks like Brazil is bringing their best to Beijing as well.

I guess they are really desperate to win the gold medal. They have been trying for so many years and it must have been really painful for them to see that we've won it before them.

John said...

Seba, RUSSO mentioned about not many players from Brazil are coming into the Premiership.

I believe he could be mistaken here because for the past 10 years, they were more players from Brazil than any other country in South America.

Now I could be wrong here but take a look from the time when Middlesboro sign JUNINHO until JO's arrival in Man City.


VJ Rabid said...

Congrats, Seba!

Vladimir REznik said...

Dude thats great news, really cool to see that someone who writes brilliant articles can be noticed!

Keep up the good work man.

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