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John Harkes to return to Comcast SportsNet booth for D.C. United matches this season

John Harkes, the former D.C. United and U.S. national team captain who was ESPN’s color commentator at the past two World Cups, will serve in the same capacity for Comcast SportsNet’s match coverage of the MLS club this season, the Insider has learned. Read full article >>
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