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Dynamic Talent Group Hired to Enhance Inter Miami CF's Digital Presence

March 26, 2020 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Inter Miami CF News Release

MIAMI, Fla. - Inter Miami CF announced today it has hired a group of talented personalities-Andres Cordero, Fernando Fiore, Ray Hudson and Kaylyn Kyle-to bolster its content offerings for fans across the Club's new Mobile App and growing social media channels.

"We are proud to bring these four on our Inter Miami journey this first season," said Paul McDonough, Inter Miami CF's COO & Sporting Director. "It was important for us to align with talent that not only understood the game through different experiences, but also had strong ties to South Florida so they can better connect with our brand and fanbase."

Andres Cordero (@DreCordero) brings solid commentating and play-by-play experience to Inter Miami's content team after developing a successful career among South Florida media outlets. The graduate from Florida International University, served as a commentator and presenter for GolTV for seven years before joining beIN Sports. He has experience covering soccer competitions and global tournaments throughout Europe, North America and South America

Fernando Fiore (@FernandoFiore) is a two-time Emmy award-winning broadcaster from Buenos Aires, Argentina, who has covered a portfolio of elite, world-class soccer events for many networks, including the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup and 2016 Copa America Centenario.

Fiore spent years covering a wide range of assignments as a studio host and reporter for marquee programs on the Spanish-language Univision Deportes Network/TUDN, including Republica Deportiva and Titulares Deportivos. Fiore made his English-language debut with FOX Sports in 2016, after 30 years on Spanish-language networks, during the Copa America Centenario. Fiore also authored his first book in 2006 called "The World Cup: The Ultimate Guide to the Greatest Sports Spectacle in the World," providing an in-depth look into the history of the FIFA World Cup, its teams and players, which quickly became a huge success.

Ray Hudson (@RayHudson), a native from Gateshead, England, has built a career around soccer as a player, coach and TV commentator. He began as a midfielder playing for different teams in Europe and the U.S. over a span of 17 years between 1974 and 1991, including Newcastle United in England as well as the former NASL side Fort Lauderdale Strikers, where he racked up more than 150 appearances. Hudson transitioned to coaching by managing the Miami Fusion, a former MLS team that played in the league from 1998 to 2001.

Hudson's career took him to the broadcasting side when he commentated for different networks, including ESPN, GolTV, SiriusXM FC and beIN Sports, gaining worldwide recognition for his colorful commentary. He's currently the main talent and color analyst for English-language commentary on beIN Sports.

Kaylyn Kyle (@KaylynKyle) is a former professional midfielder from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, who brings a unique perspective to Inter Miami as a former professional female athlete both at the club and international levels. Kyle represented Canada at the 2012 London Olympics, winning a bronze medal with her team, and at the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, making it to the quarter-finals. Throughout her 10 years as a professional athlete, Kyle played for clubs in Sweden and the United States, including NWSL teams in Vancouver, Seattle, Portland and Orlando, while also amassing 101 games and scoring 6 goals for the Canadian women's national soccer team. She is currently a reporter for beIN Sports and previously served as Women's World Cup analyst for TSN in 2019.


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