Ray Hudson - Fernando Fiore - Andres Cordero - Kaylyn Kyle - Inter Miami CF
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Inter Miami CF announces big-name additions to digital content staff

Inter Miami CF announced four additions to its staff "to bolster the club's content offerings for fans across the club's mobile app and social media channels", per a Thursday release from the club.

According to a Thursday's release, Miami have hired Andres Cordero, Fernando Fiore, Kaylyn Kyle and English broadcaster Ray Hudson.

"We are proud to bring these four on our Inter Miami journey this first season," Inter Miami chief operating officer and sporting director Paul McDonough said in the release. "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."

Cordero served as a commentator and presenter for GolTV for seven years before becoming a play-by-play broadcaster and studio host for beIN sports and has covered soccer throughout Europe, North America and South America.

Fiore has covered prestigious tournaments for a variety of networks, including the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup and the 2016 Copa America Centenario. He made his English-language debut on FOX Sports in 2016 after 30 years on Spanish-language networks.

Hudson is already a familiar name in the Florida soccer scene dating back to his days as a player for the NASL's Fort Lauderdale Strikers and then as the manager for city's former MLS club Miami Fusion in 2000-2001. His broadcasting career has seen him commentate for multiple networks, including ESPN, GolTV, SiriusXM FC and beIN Sports, where he's become well-known for his distinctive and colorful style. The Miami Herald had previously reported that Hudson was set to join the club's broadcast booth for the 2020 season.

Kyle is a former Canadian women's national team member, who racked up 101 caps for her country from 2008-2017. She's also an NWSL veteran, last featuring for the Orlando Pride after previous stints with OL Reign (then-named Seattle Reign FC), Houston Dash and Portland Thorns FC. She served as a Women's World Cup analyst for TSN in 2019 and as a reporter for beIN Sports.