Moises Munoz joins Fox Sports broadcast team for World Cup
10 monthes ago - By LA Times
Fox Sports has added former Mexican national team goalkeeper Moises Munoz to its broadcast team as a studio analyst for this summer's World Cup in Russia. Munoz, 38, has 19 international caps for Mexico and made the preliminary roster for the 2006 World Cup, then played in World Cup qualifying...
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