Steve Brenner

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South Florida based certified journalist with over 20 years of experience, covering breaking news, features, and sports in the U.S., Europe, and Australia. Media appearances include: BBC Radio, TalkSport, BBC TV, and Tennis Channel. Served on-staff and at News International’s The Sun for a decade. Formerly based in Newcastle, England, covered North East football and Grand Slam tennis before moving to the U.S. in 2013 to work as a freelancer. Experienced in developing relationships with top-level athletes, chairmen, managers, publicists, celebrities, and agents to conduct interviews and break exclusive stories. Additionally, covered the 2014 World Cup in Brazil including the final, as well as the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

Current clients include The New York Times, The Guardian, The Times of London, Daily Mail, Sunday Mirror, The Daily Telegraph, AFP and The Sun. Former columnist for Sport 360 , the Dubai based newspaper which is the only daily English language sport publication in the world. Has also produced numerous autobiographies for a wide ranging clientele.

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WEAH GOES ONE BETTER THAN LEGENDARY FATHER

  FROM STEVE BRENNER Timothy Weah is determined to make his famous footballing father proud and impress on a stage he never graced by leading the United States towards a solid World Cup showing in Qatar. The American forward's father George, the only African...

US CRICKET FUTURE FINALLY LOOKS BRIGHT

FROM STEVE BRENNER   Whenever the small matter of cricket in the United States rears its head, the same old questions are asked.   From the unlikely scenario of American kids swapping their NFL football for a cricket bat to quizzical looks when talking about...

BECKS WANTS JAMES

  EXCLUSIVE BY STEVE BRENNER DAVID BECKHAM wants to snap up Colombian ace James Rodriguez. The former Real Madrid and Bayern Munich midfielder was snapped in Miami this week sporting some snazzy pink locks. But SunSport understands Becks and his Inter Miami side...

VETTEL WON’T SETTLE FOR SECOND

  BY STEVE BRENNER IN MIAMI Sebastian Vettel isn't prepared to settle for second best as he contemplates the final chapter of his storied career. The German legend, speaking to AFP ahead of this weekend's Miami Grand Prix, is contemplating his future, with his...

SEMENYA WANTS JUSTICE

  Caster Semenya should be angry, but she isn’t. As the clock ticks down towards the Tokyo Olympics, the South African should, like her rivals, be training for the push to land a third consecutive gold medal. Instead, the 30-year-old, who has fought a wave of...

NYCFC LOOK TO RULE MLS

FROM STEVE BRENNER Portland’s wonderfully atmospheric Providence Park is a long way from the Etihad  - 4,000 miles to be exact -  yet Saturday night could provide a pivotal moment in Manchester City’s quest for global dominance.   New York City FC, one arm of the...

DEFEAT BUT ENCOURAGEMENT FOR BECKHAM AND FRIENDS

DEFEAT BUT ENCOURAGEMENT FOR BECKHAM AND FRIENDS

Sports stories covered by Steve Brenner March 2, 2020 • stevebrenner • The Guardian FROM STEVE BRENNER AT THE BANC OF CALIFORNIA STADIUM It went, for the most part, as expected. Inter Miami owner David Beckham looked resplendent in a dashing Ralph Lauren suit with a...

MILK JUGS USHER IN A NEW DAWN FOR ROBLES

Sports stories covered by Steve Brenner March 25, 2020 • stevebrenner • AFP FROM STEVE BRENNER Miami (AFP) – Inter Miami captain Luis Robles never imagined his first few months in South Florida would be like this. Two weeks ago, the veteran Major League Soccer...

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