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ESPN Bob Ley to retire


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JBigjake54

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Local lad who made good: Newark, Bloomfield, Seton Hall, WOR, Herald-News, Suburban Cablevision, Cosmos.
http://www.espn.com/.../bobleybio.html
Enjoy retirement!

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For those of you that are not old enough to remember that if you wanted to watch soccer you had to do it in Spanish on Uni or Italian on RAI on UHF channels, Bob Ley was one if not the first personalities on ESPN that actually talked about soccer on a reg. basis (and not about hooliganism). Thank you Bob!


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Also the voice of FIFA 98, or am
I misremembering.




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