Jermaine Jones

Stop Blaming Chris Wondolowski For Being One of Our Best Strikers

The American Player Development Model of Pay-to-Play Marginalizes Players from Poor Families and Ultimately Harms the U.S. Men’s National Team By Beck Barnes | Illustration by Alvar Sirlin [T]he U.S. Men’s National Team closed out 2014 with a whimper, falling to both Colombia and Ireland on European soil. As Jurgen Klinsmann tinkered with a lineup that …

Revolution at the Revolution

Does the signing of Jermaine Jones mean that New England is ready to join the modern Major League Soccer? By Kevin Koczwara | Photo by David Silverman [B]ob Kraft and his son Jonathan Kraft strolled into the media workroom beneath Gillette Stadium, a rare sight. Bob, the owner of the Revolution, and Jonathan, president of the …

Our Dreaded Midfield

Kyle Beckerman and Jermaine Jones once seemed mutually exclusive, but their partnership might be the key for the U.S. in Brazil By Mike McCall | Illustration by Devin Dulany [F] OR WHAT FEELS LIKE AGES, they’ve been pitted against each other: two men with vastly different backgrounds, bound together by the single spot they’ve been battling …