Published: Wed, April 25, 2018
Sports | By Brooke Harris

Mike Francesa Planning Return To Sports Radio WFAN

Mike Francesa Planning Return To Sports Radio WFAN

Francesa, however, told Newsday on Tuesday that "it is time (for him) to return to WFAN" and the New York Daily News reported that Francesa will rejoin the station weekdays from 3 p.m. -7 p.m.

"This is for those who started this campaign in recent days", Francesa told Newsday.

This Francesa comeback talk is as predictable as the Pope returning to WFAN in his old spot. "The Afternoon Drive", the replacement show hosted by Carlin, Gray and Scott, was beaten in the ratings by Michael Kay's ESPN New York show in the desired male 25-54 demographic after Francesa stepped down, losing a lead long held by Francesa.

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"I'm not answering questions about any specific stations", Francesa told The Post during a five-minute conversation.

Francesa previously occupied the 1 p.m.to 6:30 p.m. timeslot for the station.

But like Jordan, Francesa has found his way back home, and he's fueled by apparent antagonists inside WFAN's deep state. He was half of the legendary "Mike & the Mad Dog" team from 1989 to 2008 before hosting the afternoon show solo from 2008 until his departure.

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As the Inquisitr has previously explained, Mike Francesa inspires both loyalty from fans (small case) in the audience as well as those who hate-listen because of the host's imperious, all-knowing demeanor. He was succeeded as of January 2 by Chris Carlin, Maggie Gray and Bart Scott in afternoon drive time.

Raismann also claimed that WFAN is effectively burying CMB before they had a chance to develop any chemistry, and once their two-year contracts reach their conclusion,"someone/ones will be out the door".

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