LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Puerto Rico Islanders head coach Colin Clarke will join Fox Football Fone-In co-hosts Nick Webster and Steven Cohen as the featured guest on the Monday, March 9 installment of Fox Soccer Channel’s weekly two-hour call-in show.

Clarke will appear live via satellite to field calls from viewers and discuss his team’s preparation for the CONCACAF semifinal round during Fox Football Fone-In, which airs every Monday from 8-10:00 p.m. ET.

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Clarke is the current head coach of the Puerto Rico Islanders, and a former Northern Irish soccer player where he held the Northern Ireland goal scoring record. During his twelve year Football League career he played 361 games, scoring 146 goals.

Clarke was appointed head coach to the Puerto Rico Islanders in May 2007, after various coaching positions in American soccer. Clarke began his coaching career in 1998 as head-coach of the Richmond Kickers before moving to the San Diego Flash in 2000 in the USL-1, and then worked with the Dallas Burn in 2003. In January 2007 Clarke returned to soccer as head coach of United Soccer Leagues First Division team, Virginia Beach Mariners.

Set in a radio-style studio, Fox Football Fone-In gives passionate soccer fans the ultimate say, and provides a live and dynamic forum for soccer enthusiasts to share their views on a variety of soccer topics and news items. Viewers are encouraged to call 1-888-FOX-FANS or TEXT 32369 for an opportunity to voice their opinions. Topics of conversation include England’s Barclays Premier League, MLS, the U.S. National Team, European leagues and tournaments as well as the rumors, scandals and trades surrounding soccer worldwide. Everything is up for discussion, and no soccer subject is taboo!


Puerto Rico Islanders head coach Colin Clarke live via satellite appearance on Fox Football Fone-In


Monday, March 9
8:00 -10:00 p.m. ET (repeated at 11:00 p.m. ET)
Fox Soccer Channel


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Director Ejecutivo de Graduado del programa doctoral de Historia de las Américas de la Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico Recinto Metropolitano. Lleva más de una década cubriendo el fútbol de Puerto Rico. Finalizó su disertación doctoral sobre el pasado presidente de la FPF, el Dr. Roberto Monroig. Hincha del Club Atlético de Madrid y de la Selección Nacional de Fútbol de Puerto Rico. Puede contactarle via twitter o Instagram en @erjusinoa