Tomorrow, U.S. National Team Head Coach Bob Bradley will name his preliminary roster for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. But tonight, ESPN Deportes names its newest addition to their World Cup team on national television— and the LA Galaxy were a part of network’s process to reach their final decision.
Don’t miss LA Galaxy captain Landon Donovan, defender Omar Gonzalez, midfielder Juninho and goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts as they take part in one of the final challenges for ESPN Dream Job: El Reporter, which airs tonight at 6 p.m. on ESPN Deportes (check local listings).
ESPN Dream Job: El Reportero, an ESPN Deportes nationally-televised reality TV show, charged with the task of finding the network’s newest reporter, will finally reach its climax after a nationwide search that began more than eight months ago. The winning contestant will join the network in South Africa to cover the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
For one of their final challenges, the show’s three finalists— Rafel Luna (San Diego), Dhaniel Sanchez (Los Angeles) and Daniela Rodriguez (Dallas)— had to demonstrate their best journalistic judgment by piecing together a feature based on interviews with Donovan, Gonzalez, Juninho and Ricketts about the Galaxy’s terrific start to the 2010 season.
Each finalists’ feature was then judged by the ESPN Dream Job: El Reportero panel, which consisted of ESPN Deportes personalities Daniel Brailovsky, David Faitelson, Jorge Ramos and Rafael Ramos, no relation.
In case you miss tonight’s airing, the finals, which were filmed here in Los Angeles, will be re-aired on Wednesday (May 12) at 5 p.m.