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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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D.C. United’s TV deal with Comcast SportsNet

Sports / Football : Soccer Insider (4 years ago)

D.C. United’s long-standing relationship with Comcast SportsNet to show MLS matches is continuing this season, but the agreement between the club and the regional sports outlet has changed. United is no longer collecting a rights fe... Read Post

Landon Donovan Scored Two Goals, Broke The MLS Scoring Record In His First Match Since The World Cup Snub

Sports : Business Insider: Sports Page (7 months ago)

Landon Donovan played in his first MLS match for Los Angeles Galaxy since being left of the U.S. men's national team's World Cup roster and he showed he still has a lot of good soccer left to play. Donovan scored two goals and assis... Read Post

Fox plans unprecedented coverage of the 2015 Women’s World Cup

Sports : Awful Announcing (2 days ago)

Rejoice, soccer fans! The 2015 Women’s World Cup is going to receive an unprecedented level of coverage from Fox when it takes place in Canada next June. All 52 matches of the tournament will be shown across the Fox family of statio... Read Post


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