HARRISON, N.J. — Jermaine Jones finished a counterattack the 85th minute with a tap-in and gave the New England Revolution a 2-1 victory Sunday over the New York Red Bulls in the first leg of the MLS Eastern Conference finals.
New York Red Bulls lost their Eastern Conference Finals 1st leg to New England Revolution yesterday, giving themselves a mammoth task for the return leg. Having conceded a late Jermaine Jones goal, they lost the home leg 1-2, meaning they’ll have to go and do the same at their place next week, at the very […]
New England Revolution were outplayed in Harrison, New Jersey, but bookended the first leg of their Eastern Conference final with goals from Teal Bunbury and Jermaine Jones en route to a 2-1 win over the New York Red Bulls. Bradley Wright-Phillips...Show More Summary
New York 1-2 New England Jermaine Jones gave New England a crucial advantage in the chase for the MLS Cup as his late winner left the New York Red Bulls to regret a host of wasted opportunities. Teal Bunbury had given the visitors aShow More Summary
Fans of New York Red Bulls will feel hard done by in the first leg of the Eastern Conference Final today after Jermaine Jones should have been sent off for a reckless foul in the first half. But the USMNT … Continue reading ? Watch New York Red Bulls 1-2 New England Revolution Match Highlights [VIDEO] is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Let's get the Eastern Conference final going. The New York Red Bulls and New England Revolution are two of the hottest teams in MLS. The Revs are definitely the league's hottest team and are undefeated in 11 games with Jermaine Jones,...Show More Summary
Can the Crew spring a big comeback? Since acquiring Jermaine Jones, the New England Revolution are 9-1-1. One of those wins came last weekend, away to the Columbus Crew in the first leg of their playoff series. Can the Crew mount an improbable comeback in Foxborough? (5 p.m. Show More Summary
Perhaps the biggest break out star for the USA coming out of the 2014 World Cup was Jermaine Jones. The German-American midfielder played exceptionally well in Brazil and overnight became one of the more popular soccer stars in America. Show More Summary
The New England Revolution have been red hot since Jermaine Jones showed up, but can the Columbus Crew pull an upset? The New England Revolution got off to a rocky start this season, but they've been spectacular since the signing of designated player and United States men's national team World Cup veteran Jermaine Jones. Show More Summary
After an impressive World Cup in Brazil, German-American midfielder Jermaine Jones hobnobbed in Hollywood with the likes of Charlie Sheen, Paris Hilton and Mike Tyson. He then joined the New England Revolution, who welcome his grit, energy and experience during the stretch run of the MLS season.
Well, that was fun while it lasted. After picking up his third assist in just his fourth appearance for the New England Revolution, Jermaine Jones was forced to leave Saturday's game at halftime with an apparent foot injury. There was...Show More Summary
When the New England Revolution won the battle to sign Jermaine Jones a couple weeks ago, they were surely hoping he could provide a shot in the arm to their offense. But I'm not sure anyone who has ever seen him play realized he was...Show More Summary
When you think of the high-profile American internationals that have come home to Major League Soccer in the last two years, Jermaine Jones doesn’t quite fit the model. Clint Dempsey, Michael Bradley, Maurice Edu, Ricardo Clark, and Damarcus Beasley all … Continue reading ? Jermaine Jones’ MLS Introduction Could Land New England Trophy Success is a post from World Soccer Talk.
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