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FOX Releases Preview of ‘FOX Soccer Daily’; Show Aims To Be Fun, Less Serious

fox soccer daily FOX Releases Preview of FOX Soccer Daily; Show Aims To Be Fun, Less Serious

FOX Sports has released a promo for its new show FOX Soccer Daily, which gives viewers a preview of what to expect when the daily soccer show launches August 19 on FOX Sports 1.

In the short clip, Rob Stone introduces us to the familiar faces of pundits Warren Barton, Brian McBride and Eric Wynalda. Barton describes the show as:

“It’s just bring the fun back into the sport. I think it’s took too serious. Now with soccer growing in the US, people want to be entertained. And that’s what we’re here to do.”

What’s your opinion about the promo? Is FOX Soccer Daily heading in the right direction with a show that’ll be more fun and less serious than its current FOX Soccer content? Share your opinion in the comments section below.

Even though Rob Stone opens the preview, he won’t be the host of the show. Newly hired Julie Stewart-Binks will take the honors, while Stone concentrates on college football coverage for FOX Sports 1.

Meanwhile, ESPN launches its daily soccer show this Sunday night titled ESPN FC at 10pm ET on ESPN2.

H/T Transic.


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