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Jermaine Jones Calls Tim Howard's Comments On USMNT Dual Nationals "Dangerous Stuff"

3 days agoSports : Deadspin

On Tuesday, USMNT goalkeeper Tim Howard questioned the passion of his dual-national teammates, in part blaming them and their lack of American-ness for the USMNT’s recent string of poor results. He tried walking back those comments by citing the strong play of dual-national teammates Jermaine Jones and Fabian Johnson,… Read more...

LA Galaxy sign veteran US midfielder Jermaine Jones

The LA Galaxy signed veteran midfielder Jermaine Jones on Wednesday        

Galaxy sign Jermaine Jones, other deals in works

The Galaxy signed national team midfielder Jermaine Jones on Wednesday, completing their first major acquisition of the winter. More could be the way though. The Galaxy is expected to announce Thursday that it has signed João Pedro, a 24-year-old Brazilian with Italy’s Cagiliari. And rumors of...

Galaxy sign US international Jones

4 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Los Angeles (AFP) – The Los Angeles Galaxy confirmed the signing of US international Jermaine Jones on Wednesday, bolstering the midfield resources following the departure of Steven Gerrard. Jones, 35, was a key member of the USA squad...Show More Summary

LA Galaxy picks up Jermaine Jones and hires a new coach

The Galaxy is moving on quickly from Bruce Arena and Steven Gerrard. Want Backheel Breakfast in your inbox? Sign up for the email version here. Following the Colorado Rapids' elimination from the MLS Cup playoffs, Jermaine Jones quickly tweeted "FREE AGENT BABY" before quickly deleting it. Show More Summary

Thursday kickaround

Jermaine Jones left U.S. national team camp and returned to the Colorado Rapids to continue his recovery from a knee injury that has sidelined him for two months. He was among 26 players named by Jurgen Klinsmann for the two World Cup qualifiers — Friday at St. Vincent and the Grenadines and next Tuesday vs. […]

Copa America Semi-Final Argentina v USA Open Thread

For those of you who pull for underdogs, this is a dream matchup. The US will be without Jermaine Jones, Alejandro Bedoya and Bobby Wood. DeAndre Yedlin will be back. I hope Jürgen Klinsmann gives some serious thought to starting Christian Pulisic and perhaps Darlington Nagbe. Please share your keys to the game in the […]

Analyzing the USMNT's Potential Lineup Changes for Copa Semi Versus Argentina

The United States men's national team paid quite the cost for advancing to the semifinal round of the Copa America Centenario in their 2-1 quarterfinal win over Ecuador on Thursday. Starters Jermaine Jones, Alejandro Bedoya and Bobby Wood will be suspended for Tuesday's final four matchup with Argentina at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Show More Summary

US attempt to overturn Jones red card in Copa

7 months agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Los Angeles (AFP) – The United States on Friday lodged a protest against the red card issued to Jermaine Jones that looks set to rule the key midfielder out of their Copa America Centenario semi-final. US Soccer announced the protest...Show More Summary

How the USMNT Replace Jermaine Jones, Bobby Wood, and Alejandro Bedoya

7 months agoSports : The Big Lead

The U.S. reached the Copa America semifinals. They will face the winner of Saturday’s Argentina-Venezuela match. They will do so (...)

Jurgen Klinsmann says Jermaine Jones' red card was 'a joke, a disgrace'

Not only will the USMNT be without Jones in the semifinal, but he'll miss the last game of Copa as well. The United States men's national team will not have any of Alejandro Bedoya, Bobby Wood or Jermaine Jones for the Copa America semifinals. In...Show More Summary

Klinsmann blasts ‘disgraceful’ red card

7 months agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Seattle (AFP) – Jurgen Klinsmann lashed out at Copa America Centenario officiating, branding the dismissal of key midfielder Jermaine Jones in the United States win over Ecuador as “disgraceful.” US coach Klinsmann was left countingShow More Summary

Clint Dempsey heads USMNT ahead of Ecuador

What a finish by Deuce off a beautiful team setup. Clint Dempsey has the USMNT on the board after a great move 22 minutes into his team's Copa America quarterfinal against Ecuador. Bobby Wood and Jermaine Jones combined for the setup,...Show More Summary

Jermaine Jones out for the rest of Copa America Centenario after red card

Win or lose, U.S. fans won't see Jermaine Jones again in the Copa. After a moment Jermaine Jones would surely like to take back, the United States will be without one of their most important midfielders for the rest of the the Copa America...Show More Summary

Copa America Centenario: United States 4, Costa Rica 0

My match report from the U.S. national team’s 4-0 victory over Costa Rica before almost 40,000 at Soldier Field. The penalty call and Dempsey’s goal: Jermaine Jones’s goal: Bobby Wood’s goal: Graham Zusi’s goal: USA lineup: Guzan; Yedlin, Cameron, Brooks, Johnson; Jones, Bradley, Bedoya (Beckerman 83rd); Zardes, Dempsey (Wondolowski 78th), Wood (Zusi 70th). Group A […]

Jermaine Jones scores a perfectly placed shot for the USMNT

The Americans got off to a great start. If you were concerned about the United States men's national team showing up on Tuesday, fear not. They've turned in an energetic second half, kicked off with a penalty goal by Clint Dempsey, and Deuce added an assist 20 minutes later too. Show More Summary

USMNT Watch: Jermaine Jones Among In-Form Stars in MLS

United States men's national team manager Jurgen Klinsmann must be smiling from ear to ear when he looks at the match reports from across Major League Soccer each week. Midfielder Jermaine Jones is one of the many USMNT stars gearing up for the Copa America Centenario by producing terrific performances at the club level. Show More Summary

Jermaine Jones heard you calling him old and isn't having it

Week 8 in MLS featured the USMNT's veteran midfielder running the show in a win by himself -- again. The teams at the top of their respective conference tables took an absolute beating in MLS this week. Montreal Impact and FC Dallas both struggled mightily in shutout losses. Show More Summary

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