Galaxy legend Cobi Jones will be in the broadcast booth for the 2012 season, serving as analyst on KDOC/Channel 56's coverage of the reigning Major League Soccer champions.
Jones, a National Soccer Hall of Fame midfielder who spent 12 seasons as a player and two-plus years as an assistant coach with the team, will partner Mark Rogondino on the club's local English-language broadcasts.
Jones, 41, a former UCLA star from Westlake Village, holds the U.S. record for international caps, making 164 international appearances and playing in the 1994, 1998 and 2002 World Cups. He played in 306 regular-season and 45 MLS playoff games for L.A., scoring 76 goals with 104 assists in league action and playing prominent roles in five Galaxy championships, including the 2002 and 2005 MLS Cup triumphs. He also played in 14 CONCACAF games, scoring twice.
KDOC will televise 18 Galaxy games before Time Warner Cable's new regional sports network launches in October.
Rogondino is in his seventh year on Galaxy broadcasts and his first in a play-by-play role.
Adrian Garcia Marquez, who has called games in Spanish for the Dodgers, Angels and USC football, will do play-by-play on KWHY/Channel 22's coverage of the Galaxy, with former KMEX/Channel 34 sports anchor Francisco Pinto providing analysis.