The return of Jermaine Jones to MLS is a great moment for the league. After his stellar play in the World Cup, the veteran midfielder was out of contract and needing one more shot at being a contributor in a … Continue reading ? MLS Again Creates New Rule to Appease Owners is a post from World Soccer Talk.
MLS's problem isn't the blind draw that landed Jermaine Jones in New England. It's single-entity, again. Sometimes MLS uses the allocation order and sometimes it goes with a weighted draw. Other times there are discovery claims or homegrowns. Show More Summary
Official: Jermaine Jones is heading to the New England Revolution - originally posted on Soccerlens.com The U.S. 2014 World Cup veteran is finally heading to Major League Soccer, after weeks of delays. The New England Revolution announced...Show More Summary
Chatting with Bruce Arena, the dean of American soccer coaches, is always a hoot. Chatting with Bruce Arena so soon after MLS allegedly thwarted his efforts to sign Sacha Kljestan and determined Jermaine Jones‘s club by blind draw, well, from the bottom of my blogging heart, thank you, MLS. Soccer Insider: Do you think the Galaxy is […]
In one of those "only in MLS" stories—and not one of the charming ones, either—World Cup standout Jermaine Jones is now a member of the New England Revolution, but only because the Revs' name came up in a random draw. Read more...
In an electric and surprising set of games this weekend, Major League Soccer did not disappoint the fans of the league—unless you're a fan of Chicago and wanted Jermaine Jones. Other than that one major off-the-field story, which opened...Show More Summary
From the league that introduced weighted lotteries, homegrown signings, discovery selections, re-entry drafts, the SuperDraft, designated players, allocation orders and designated players exempt from allocation orders, MLS unveiled a new acquisition mechanism Sunday: the blind draw. Show More Summary
The MLS is set to welcome yet another Team USA standout. Thanks to a blind draw conducted by the league, the New England Revolution have signed midfielder Jermaine Jones. The team's official Twitter feed confirmed the news: Jones, who...Show More Summary
The U.S. international is now a member of the Revolution. Jermaine Jones has finally signed with MLS, and he will be joining the New England Revolution. Jones will be eligible to play for the Revs immediately, but he hasn't played since...Show More Summary
Report says the United States midfielder has agreed to terms, but only if he's allowed to join Fire, which MLS is unwilling to guarantee. Just when it appeared as though Jermaine Jones' move to Major League Soccer was nearing a simple...Show More Summary
Good morning … Chris Rolfe, D.C. United midfielder, all-natural eater and aspiring farmer, receives front-page treatment in today’s print edition. [The story] Rolfe and several other regulars probably will not see much, if any, time tonight at RFK Stadium as United welcomes Waterhouse FC (Jamaica) in DCU’s CONCACAF Champions League opener. Kickoff is at 8 […]
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You can't say no to Lupe, Jermaine. Dear @Jermainejunior Chicago needs all the heroes it can get! Yeah the winters suck but that's why they make mink coats! @ChicagoFire — Tetsuo & Youth (@LupeFiasco) August 4, 2014 When your children's children ask you what moment soccer made it, you will point this moment. A successful domestic league is overrated. Show More Summary
The Bengals are getting healthier with their preseason opener just days away. The team announced today that five players have been medically cleared to return to practice: receiver Marvin Jones, tight end Jermaine Gresham, offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth, defensive tackle Zach Minter and receiver Ryan Whalen. Jones had been on the non-football injury list, while…
USMNT midfielder seems to take issue with rumors he turned down a Chicago Fire contract offer, but it's frankly a little hard to tell. Jermaine Jones has been nothing if not entertaining over the past few months. Whether it's scoring...Show More Summary
Team USA soccer star Jermaine Jones says he's got big plans when his playing days are over -- telling TMZ Sports he wants to start his very own sports agency... a la Lil Wayne. Jones was out in L.A. -- riding on one of the cool Cam-...
The Chicago Fire are closing in on signing Jermaine Jones - originally posted on Soccerlens.com The German/American could be heading to the Chicago Fire very soon. U.S. international Jermaine Jones road to Major League Soccer is becoming a reality as the rumors of joining the Chicago Fire have picked up more life in the last … Read More ? From Soccerlens.com - Football News
United States midfielder would skip the Allocation Order and sign for about $3 million a year. Rumors of Jermaine Jones joining Major League Soccer have been circulating even before he played a starring role for the United States in the World Cup. Show More Summary
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