TV Talent

Sara Carbonero is our new favourite sports presenter

Football journalism just got a little bit sexier

Sara Carbonero

Georgie Thompson, Millie Clode and Charlotte Jackson have all curried favour in The Spoiler’s court of spectacularly attractive sports TV presenters, but a new contender to the sexy throne has emerged.

Say hola to Sara Carbonero.

Sara started her TV presenting career on appropriately named Spanish network La Sexta, but has since joined the Tele 5 team. Currently, she is in South Africa reporting on the Confederations Cup, where her superior journalism skills have made her the only journalist to have secured an interview with transfer headline-maker David Villa during the tournament.

Sara Carbonero

Twenty-five-year-old Sara earned a degree in journalism at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, and earned her first paycheque at Marca’s radio station. It soon became clear, however, that her talents were being wasted on an audio format.

Check out more pictures and video of Sara after the jump…

Sara Carbonero

Sara Carbonero

Sara Carbonero

4 responses so far
  • anthony // June 23, 2009 at 2:31 pm

    See this is the kind of professionalism that I expect from a major sports network. Wanna score an exclusive interview with David Villa? Get a fit girl to bat her eye-lids his way after a game. Easy.

    Wanna score an exclusive interview with Ronaldo? Get George Michael pitch-side humming “club Tropicana”. Easy.

  • Me // August 12, 2009 at 7:33 pm

    Muahahaha Fuck off guiris

  • Delboy Dublin // August 13, 2009 at 7:31 am

    She’s no Charlotte Jackson…

  • Bailar Coruna // January 8, 2010 at 12:21 pm

    Hi, I know Sara personally, she works with my partner, Cristina Villanueva and they are both highly qualified and professional sports journalists, and Sara occasionally presents the news broadcasts on a stand-in rota. She is great fun to be with, terrible at remembering her lines and swears like a trooper, although her other speciality is basketball her knowledge of football is formidable, don’t Dis the Carbonero!

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