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Tommy Smyth

November 14 - FUV FC: A Discussion on the International Break with Tommy Smyth

by Kris Venezia, Martin McCormack, Aniello Devita
Jozy Altidore of USMNT.

IIJ Events, Flickr

National teams are set to take the field the next few days, including the USMNT facing off with Columbia and Ireland. ESPN's Tommy Smyth joins the program to discuss what fans of Team USA should look forward to in the upcoming matches, and he previews the rivalry matchup between Ireland and Scotland. The crew also breaks down the Germans as they try to overcome the "World Cup hangover."

 

One on One Previews the World Cup Final with ESPN's Tommy Smyth

by Kelly Kultys

Flickr: Creative Commons

ESPN lead soccer radio analyst Tommy Smyth breaks down the remaining two matches left in the 2014 World Cup: Argentina v. Germany for the cup and the 3rd place matchup between Brazil and the Netherlands. Kris Venezia and Nick Logerfo discuss the stories leading up to the big game with Smyth. To listen click the link below or download on iTunes. 

Tommy Smyth on One on One

by Amit Badlani
http://www.flickr.com/photos/rafizeldi/7360965232/

Tommy Smyth, soccer analyst at ESPN, joined Alex Smith and Eric Mollo on One on One to discuss the surprising Italy team, Mario Balotelli, and his prediction for the final.

When the Mic is Off: Tommy Smyth

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Tommy Smyth, the longtime ESPN soccer analyst, can light up a room. In fact, he can make every ESPN corridor he walks through bubbling with laughter and smiles. Weaving through ESPN Studios’ labyrinth of newsrooms, control centers, and TV sets with Tommy leading the charge, it’s easy to make this assessment. The big plot of land that has turned into the hotspot of sports media in Bristol, Connecticut is in constant revamping.