Daniel “El Ruso” Brailovsky

Commentator, LA ÚLTIMA PALABRA, FOX Deportes

A talented ex-soccer player and coach, renowned television commentator, Daniel “El Ruso” Brailovsky joined the FOX Deportes family as a member of FUTBOL SIN CODIGOS in 2011. Brailovsky currently serves as a commentator for the network’s leading soccer sports program, LA ÚLTIMA PALABRA, a role he assumed in May 2012. He is also part of the dynamic FOX Sports Radio team in Mexico, along with André Marin and Alex Blanco, and served on the panel of talent for DEBATE FINAL for the 2014 World Cup.

As a player, Brailovsky was a six-time First Division League champion in Mexico, Uruguay and Israel and holds the distinction as the only player in history to have been a member of three different national teams (Uruguay, Argentina and Israel). Brailovsky played for Peñarol de Uruguay, All Boys and Independiente in Argentina and America in Mexico, where he quickly became an idol. After the earthquake suffered by Mexico in 1985, Brailovsky left Mexico to play for Macabi Haifa in Israel.

Once his soccer career as a player ended, Brailovsky become a coach for Macabi Haifa, winning two consecutive championships and taking the team to its first UEFA Champions League quarterfinals. He later returned to Mexico where he reached the Copa Sudamericana Finals with America and won the Interliga title with the Aguilas, taking them to Copa Libertadores.

Prior to FOX Deportes, Brailovsky worked for ESPN Deportes as an analyst and commentator on FUTBOL PICANTE, SPORTSCENTER, UEFA Champions League, ROAD TO THE WORLD CUP, Copa Libertadores, his own show, RULETA RUSA and ESPN’s RADIO FORMULA in Mexico.

Brailovsky was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina.