ESPNsoccernet PressPass is a half hour, twice weekly football (soccer) discussion show between Derek Rae, Tommy Smyth and Janusz Michallik. The show airs only in Australia, New Zealand, Africa, Israel and the Middle East. However, American viewers can watch the show online on ESPN's website or occasionally on ESPNews. It is on ESPN on Mondays 1330GMT and Fridays on 1300GMT.

The host is Rae. A feature of the show is the often heated arguments between Smyth and Michallik who analyse the topics. Rae's job is really to keep order in the studio and to make sure the programme ends on time. Rae, Smyth and Michallik often commentate on football matches shown on ESPN. JP Dellacamera, Eddie Mighten, and Mike Hill are all former hosts or analysts.

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