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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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There Are An Incredible Number Of Americans In Brazil Supporting The US World Cup Team

Sports : Business Insider: Sports Page (8 months ago)

The biggest sign yet that the popularity of soccer in the United States is rising sharply can be seen in the stands at the United States National Team's opening match of the World Cup against Ghana. ESPN described the number of Amer... Read Post

England Vs. Sri Lanka Cricket Streaming Live Online: Watch The 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup Match

Sports : The Inquisitr - Sport (16 hours ago)

England and Sri Lanka have exact opposite records so far in the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup, but a loss could hurt either of them in Pool A play. The match will take place at Wellington Regional Stadium, and you’ll be able to catch a... Read Post

Pakistan Vs. Zimbabwe Cricket Streaming Live Online: Watch The 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup Match

Sports : The Inquisitr - Sport (13 hours ago)

Pakistan and Zimbabwe are not having a great start to the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup, and they’re both hoping a victory over the other will jump-start them to a run. Between the two of them, they’ve played four matches and have on v... Read Post


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