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Futbol de Primera lines up array of well-known talent
by Paul Kennedy, April 21st, 2010 6:24PM
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[RADIO WATCH] For the third straight World Cup, Andres Cantor, the legendary Spanish-language broadcaster, will provide the main play-to-play duties for Futbol de Primera's radio coverage. Futbol de Primera has lined up 106 stations to carry its World Cup 2010 broadcasts on which it will again feature color commentary from such international soccer legends as Carlos Valderrama and Bora Milutinovic.

FDP Radio will supplement its game coverage with pregame and postgame analysis and interviews and a two-hour daily show that will also be carried by international affiliates in Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica Guatemala, Uruguay and Puerto Rico.

Cantor, FDP's chairman, and Sammy Sadovnik will share play-by-play duties, while other color commentators will include American Marcelo Balboa and Mexican Carlos Hermosillo.



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  1. I w Nowozeniuk
    commented on: April 22, 2010 at 12:12 p.m.
    Andres Cantor is a jewel behind the mike...perhaps he can give Christopher Sullivan of FSC some lessons in how not to suffocate the game.

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