A Conversation With Derek Rae is pure football poetry. One of football’s finest voices, Derek always paints a beautiful picture through his commentary. Do you know anyone who can marry the famous poet Robert Burns with football?

From Team GB and the Olympics to all things Premier League including Luis Suarez, John Terry, Robin van Persie, Andre Villas Boas, Brendan Rodgers, Manchester City, mid-level clubs and beyond, Derek discusses it all with an honest perspective. There’s even time to talk a wee bit of Rangers!

Football, soccer, call it what you want, it’s just like being down the pub with your mates.


3 Responses to “A Conversation With…Derek Rae”

  1. Tiger on August 8th, 2012 6:49 pm

    Love this guy’s voice when he commentates. He is as good if not better than Ian Darke.

  2. Tiger on August 8th, 2012 6:50 pm

    Oh and probably my favorite Conversation With of all the series you’ve posted. Great in depth dialogue about the Premier League which is the most exciting.

    Nice work Soccerdiva!

  3. Ibracadabra on August 9th, 2012 12:29 pm

    Calcio is my first love of course but when it comes to English football I do like Derek Rae’s opinions. Plus unlike other commentators he doesn’t seem to have an EGO!! I know we ITALIANS do have egos, but there are way too many in sports. Derek seems like one of the good guys AND he has the knowledge!!!! :)

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