‘Que Nem Tu’: Antero Neto talks about family, father’s death, relationship with ‘haters’, career and football

‘Que Nem Tu’: Antero Neto talks about family, father’s death, relationship with ‘haters’, career and football
‘Que Nem Tu’: Antero Neto talks about family, father’s death, relationship with ‘haters’, career and football

Anyone who sees and listens to Antero Neto during game broadcasts is already used to the professionalism and charisma of the sports narrator. Dedicated, studious and passionate about his profession, the journalist is today one of the main names in sports communication in the state. What many people don’t know is about the beginning of his career, still a 13-year-old boy, accompanying his father, radio host and narrator Juciê Cunha. This trajectory, from Aracati to the world, was told in detail in a relaxed and emotional conversation at “Que Nem Tu”.

Antero is the third guest on the videocast, which airs every Thursday at 6 pm on Youtube from Diário do Nordeste and on the main podcast platforms. Presentation is by Karine Zaranza and Alan Barros.

Subtitle:
Antero Neto, Alan Barros and Karine Zaranza

Photograph:
Fabiane de Paula

The journalist opened his heart and talked about his relationship with his father, the rivalry he has with his brother Jussiê Cunha, the transformation that went into becoming a father. For the first time, Antero tells in detail the day he learned of his father’s death while narrating at the 2016 Olympics.

Antero also reports the beginning of his career, still as an amateur narrator, the invitation to join the Verdinha team, at the age of 18, the preparation for the narration, the time he was on SportTV and the reason for having returned to Ceará.

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The relationship with the fans – sometimes surrounded by controversy – was also the agenda of the conversation. The moment when he was threatened on his social networks, a “campaign” against him based on a decontextualized speech and the impact that the rivalry between teams can cause are highlighted.

Finally, Antero also evaluated how Fortaleza and Ceará will be in 2023 and bet on who should win the 2022 World Cup.

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