Sami Khedira becomes a football expert on TV. During the European Championships from June 11 to July 11, the 2014 world champion will be part of a team of ten analysts from the US television channel ESPN. This was announced by former Bundesliga broadcaster and professional Hertha Berlin on Friday.
The 34-year-old wrote on Twitter, “I’ve got ESPN. USA during the European Championships.
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In addition to Khedira, the international team of experts includes former Italian international striker Alessandro Del Piero, former English international Steve McManaman, and former referee Mark Clattenberg.
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The Englishman was the referee of the 2016 European Championship final, which Portugal won 1-0 after extra time against hosts France. In total, ESPN says it will broadcast 140 hours of the European Championship live and showcase all 51 matches. (Dpa / pia)
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