FORMER CHICAGO MAYOR RICHARD M. DALEY
TO BE THE NEXT FEATURED GUEST ON COMCAST SPORTSNETS MONTHLY INTERVIEW SERIES, INSIDE LOOK
Inside Look presented by Cadillac, hosted by Comcast SportsNets David Kaplan, featuring Mayor Daley to debut Sunday, October 14 at 7:30 PM
CSNChicago.com to provide additional web-exclusive coverage of Inside Look, including extended video clips
Chicago, IL (October 10, 2012) Comcast SportsNet, the television home for the most games and most comprehensive coverage of the Chicago Blackhawks, Bulls, Cubs and White Sox, continues to delve into the lives of some of the biggest names in Chicago sports with its candid, monthly, one-on-one interview series Inside Look presented by Cadillac.
Debuting Sunday, October 14 at 7:30 PM, Comcast SportsNets David Kaplan hosts an exclusive one-on-one interview with the former Mayor of the city of Chicago RICHARD M. DALEY. Daley discusses everything from his belief that Chicago should be awarded a second NFL franchise, losing the 2016 Olympic bid for Chicago, his unending love for the White Sox, to life after running the city for 22 years and much more.
Note the following quotes from Inside Look with Mayor Daley presented by Cadillac premiering Sunday, October 14 on Comcast SportsNet:
DALEY on his belief that the NFL should award Chicago with a second franchise:
Why is it New York has two (NFL teams), Florida has three, San Francisco has two? When you think of that, Chicago loves sports too. We get a second team in here, you could build a new stadium, you could have a huge international soccer teams coming in, you could do the Final Four, you could do anything you want with a brand new stadium. Itd be privately funded, government can help a little bit, but Ive always believed we could take a second team and, every Sunday, we would have a team playing in the National Football League.
DALEY on losing the 2016 Olympic bid for Chicago:
We got great coverage worldwide about Chicago, so I was back there and met a lot of the delegates...I was nice to em (laughs), and I have a lot of good memories about it, but like anything else, it became a political issue and thats what it is.
DALEY on keeping a low profile at White Sox games and other sporting events:
Ive never been recognized at sporting events because I want to be there as a fan. Fans want to see the players; they dont want to hear about any of us.