Carrusel Deportivo

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Carrusel Deportivo is a Spanish sports program. It is issued in the Cadena SER. The most important events and games ara covered by its journalist team. Carrusel Deportivo is, alongside Hoy por hoy, the emblem of the Cadena SER, it is currently presented by Manu Carreño, Jose Antonio Ponseti and Juanma Ortega.

The program is emitted on Saturdays (from 17:00 to midnight) and on Sundays (from 15:30 to 23:30 PM), covering all the football (soccer) games of the Spanish La Liga BBVA and analyzing the most important sports news of the day. Carrusel Deportivo also covers the matches of the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Cup and the matches of Spain, All with humor and entertainment to make Carrusel a program for the whole family.

History[edit]

Is the program dean of sports radio in Spain. Designed by Bobby Deglané, began airing in 1954. Vicente Marco, José Joaquín Brotons, Ramón Gabilondo, Paco González, Javi Hollos and currently Manu Carreño are the managers in the history of the program.

Collaborators[edit]

Journalists, producers, commentators, narrators, players, people in the sports world... are part of the very big team of Carrusel. Between them Maldini, Jorge Valdano, Joaquín Ramón Marcos, Tomas Roncero, Laura Martínez, Alfredo Relaño, Michel Robinson, Antonio Romero, LLuis Flaquer, Edu Polo, Iñigo Marquínez...

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