5:26 AM EDT, Mon September 15, 2014

Hobbled Jones takes issue with Impact

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Jermaine Jones was in a walking boot following Saturday’s match against the Impact, and not surprisingly, he was not in the happiest of moods. Hoping to go the full 90 minutes for the first time in his young Revolution career, the veteran midfielder’s evening came to a halt at halftime after he suffered a left foot injury during the first half. But the way in which he suffered the injury left him seething. “I don’t know the name of that player, but he tried maybe two, three times, without the ball, to kick me,” Jones said.

W2W4: Revs host Impact, 7:30 Saturday

The surging New England Revolution (12-12-3, 39 points) will look to extend their unbeaten run to six on Saturday as the last-place Montreal Impact (5-16-6, 21 points) visit Gillette Stadium for the first time in 2014. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. ET. The Revolution enter the match on the heels of Sunday's 2-1 win over the Chicago Fire, a game in which Diego Fagundez scored his first goal since May, while Jermaine Jones collected an assist on Charlie Davies' game-winning goal.

Heaps thrilled with how Jones has fit in

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- To say that Revolution coach Jay Heaps has come away impressed with the way Jermaine Jones has taken to his new surroundings would be an understatement of the highest order. Two weeks to the date in which MLS granted the rights of Jones to the Revolution, Heaps was effusive in his praise for the former Bundesliga veteran following his new club’s 2-1 win over the Fire. “I credit him for the way he has gone into that locker room -- right away, he’s gone in,” Heaps said following Sunday’s win.
Boston Herald Sep 8, 2014

Late goal extends Revs’ streak

FOXBORO — The Revs go fourth.A goal in the 60th minute by crowd favorite and second-half substitute Charlie Davies carried the Revolution to a dramatic 2-1 victory over the Chicago Fire, extending the locals’ winning streak to four games, before a Gillette Stadium crowd of 12,204.

Davies makes most of relief appearance

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Charlie Davies wanted to start on Sunday, no question about it. He wanted to be out on the pitch when referee Chris Penso blew his whistle, and he wanted to inject energy and pace right off the bat against the Fire. But after going 90 minutes last week in Toronto, and 61 minutes against Kansas City five days earlier, Davies found himself on the bench. From there, he watched his team go down a goal, then watched them level it, all while patiently waiting to hear his name from the technical area.
Boston Herald Sep 7, 2014

Revolution rally to beat Fire 2-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Charlie Davies scored the go-ahead goal in the 60th minute in the New England Revolution's 2-1 victory over the Chicago Fire on Sunday night.Jermaine Jones maneuvered through a seam up the middle of the Chicago (5-7-14) defense and passed forward to Davies to create the opportunity for New England (12-12-3).Davies smashed it home just 2 minutes after he entered the game as a substitute for Patrick Mullins.Diego Fagundez pulled the Revs even at 1 on a header in the 41st minute.

Revs keep rolling with win over Fire

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Charlie Davies didn’t need much time to make his presence felt Sunday night. Two minutes after coming off the bench, the Boston College product raced onto a Jermaine Jones pass and slotted it through in the 60th minute to send the New England Revolution to a 2-1 win over the Chicago Fire at Gillette Stadium. Davies joined Diego Fagundez on the scoresheet as Fagundez notched his first goal in more than three months when he headed through a Lee Nguyen pass in the 41st minute.

W2W4: Revs host Fire, 7 p.m. Sunday

Making it nine points in nine days will be the objective for the New England Revolution (11-12-3, 36 points) when they host the Chicago Fire (5-6-14, 29 points) on Sunday at Gillette Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7:00 p.m. The Revolution enter Sunday's game days removed from a 3-1 win over second-place Sporting Kansas City, which gave them sole possession of third place with eight matches remaining. Designated player Jermaine Jones earned his first start in a Revolution uniform, but it was Lee Nguyen who stole the show by pocketing a pair of second-half goals to steer the squad to its third...

Jones brushes off early mistake

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- It was an inauspicious beginning by any measure to Jermaine Jones’ home debut on Wednesday. Nine minutes into his first foray onto the Gillette Stadium pitch, the designated player tried to guide a low and long throw-in by Matt Besler away from the net. Instead, the ball fell to the back post, where Sporting Kansas City midfielder Soony Saad raced over to bury it. But that wouldn’t be the lasting image from Jones’ first start in a Revolution uniform.
Boston Herald Sep 3, 2014

Nguyen scores twice; Revolution beats KC 3-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Lee Nguyen scored his 11th and 12th goals of the season to give the New England Revolution a 3-1 victory over Sporting Kansas City on Wednesday night.New England (11-12-3) took its first lead 3 minutes after halftime. An unmarked Nguyen settled a cross at the top of the box and bent a shot past goalkeeper Andy Gruenebaum. Nguyen added another goal in the fourth minute of stoppage time after forcing a defensive turnover.

Nguyen makes Jones' home debut a winner

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Lee Nguyen ensured that Jermaine Jones’ home debut was a memorable one by pocketing a pair of second-half goals in a 3-1 victory over Sporting Kansas City on Wednesday at Gillette Stadium. Nguyen scored in the 48th and 90+4 minutes, while Jones, who started and played the entirety of the first half, assisted on a 45th minute goal from Teal Bunbury. Kansas City built an early lead when Soony Saad opened the scoring in the ninth minute.

W2W4: Revolution vs. Sporting KC

The opportunity to savor Saturday’s triumph in Toronto has quickly come and gone for the New England Revolution (10-12-3, 33 points), who return to the pitch on Wednesday for another critical conference clash with Sporting Kansas City (12-8-6, 42 points) at Gillette Stadium. The match, which kicks off at 7:30 p.m., will mark the second time this season the longtime conference foes have met. Back on April 26, the Revolution clinched a pair of stoppage-time strikes to secure a 2-0 win over the defending champions.

Jones gets extra work in Revs debut

Nerves were of little concern to Jermaine Jones when he stepped onto the pitch in at BMO Field to make his Revolution debut. The 32-year-old designated player, who was acquired by the club via league draw last Sunday, entered in the 65th minute of Saturday’s 3-0 win over Toronto and, like a seasoned pro, took it all in stride. “I was happy to be back on the pitch, and it’s always nice to play in stadiums like here,” Jones told the media after the match.
Boston Herald Aug 31, 2014
Revolution beats Toronto FC 3-0

Revolution beats Toronto FC 3-0

TORONTO — Lee Nguyen, Kelyn Rowe and Teal Bunbury scored in the New England Revolution's 3-0 victory over Toronto FC on Saturday.New England (10-12-3) is 3-1-1 since ending an eight-game losing streak. The Revolution also ended their road losing streak at five games.Nguyen and Rowe scored in the first half off Toronto turnovers. Bunbury, the son of former Canadian international Alex Bunbury, completed the scoring in the second half.

Jones debuts in Revs' 3-0 win in Toronto

Newly acquired designated player Jermaine Jones made his much-anticipated debut for the Revolution, while Lee Nguyen gave them an early lead en route to a convincing 3-0 win over Toronto FC on Saturday at BMO Field. Nguyen struck his team-leading 10th goal of the season in the second minute, while Kelyn Rowe blasted a shot from distance in the 21st minute to secure his second goal of the season. Teal Bunbury piled it on with his third goal of the season in the 58th minute.

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