5:29 PM EDT, Tue September 02, 2014

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.

W2W4: Revs at Toronto FC, 5 p.m. Saturday

Following all the hype and hoopla surrounding the Jermaine Jones signing earlier this week, it's back to the task at hand for New England Revolution (9-12-3, 30 points), who head to BMO Field on Saturday to take on Toronto FC (9-8-6, 33 points). Kickoff is set for 5:00 p.m. It's uncertain whether Jones, the club's most expensive addition ($4.7 million over 18 months) to date, will be ready to go for Saturday's clash. The 32-year-old midfielder is nearly two full months removed from his last meaningful match, which came in the United States' 2-1 loss to Belgium in the Round of 16 at the World...
Boston Herald Aug 27, 2014
Jermaine Jones instantly impacts Revolution

Jermaine Jones instantly impacts Revolution

FOXBORO — U.S. international midfielder Jermaine Jones stood on the turf at Gillette Stadium after his introduction yesterday and used his considerable wingspan to stretch out a red, white and blue Revolution scarf as far as it could go.

Jones brings a positive vibe to Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- If Jermaine Jones was trying to make a positive impression right off the bat with his new head coach, he passed with flying colors during Tuesday’s introductory press conference. Jones, who was acquired by the Revolution on Sunday, was asked what he was looking forward to the most about joining his new team. In his distinct German accent, the 32-year-old midfielder spoke about what it means to be part of the group coached by Jay Heaps, and how much we wanted to join his teammates both on and off the pitch.
Boston Herald Aug 26, 2014
Revolution introduce World Cup star Jermaine Jones

Revolution introduce World Cup star Jermaine Jones

 The New England Revolution signed U.S. World Cup star Jermaine Jones as much for what he will mean to the team off the field as on it.Although the addition of the former Bundesliga midfielder could help propel the Revolution into the playoffs, the MLS team is also hoping that his star power rubs off on his new teammates. Coach Jay Heaps said after introducing Jones on Tuesday that he's already seen some benefits.

Jones adds new buzz to Revs' practice

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- If you’re looking for excitement and thrills, one of the last places you’ll find it is on the training pitch of a professional soccer team -- especially during the dog days of the regular season. But less than 48 hours after the New England Revolution acquired U.S. Men’s National Team midfielder Jermaine Jones, the scene at the club’s training session on Tuesday was far from ordinary. “Everyone’s really excited and buzzing because of what he adds to our team,” Revolution striker Charlie Davies said following training.

Revs add Dutch striker Castillion

Less than 24 hours after acquiring the summer’s most vaunted free agent, the New England Revolution added another weapon to their arsenal by acquiring Dutch striker Geoffrey Castillion via free transfer on Monday. Castillion, who came up through the famed Ajax Youth Academy, was acquired by the club a day after they added U.S. Men’s National Team regular Jermaine Jones. The 23-year-old forward was most recently on loan to Dutch Eredivisie side NEC Nijmegen from Ajax.

Adding Jones a coup for Revolution

The New England Revolution got a major boost when they acquired Jermaine Jones on Sunday. Jones, 33, is en route to Foxborough after the league conducted a blind draw between the Revolution and the Chicago Fire for the former Schalke 04 and current U.S. national team midfielder’s services. “I’m very excited to come to MLS and join the Revolution,” Jones said in a statement. “New England is an exciting team on the rise, and I believe I can come in and help the team make a push toward MLS Cup.

Nguyen, Revs grab needed win vs. Goats

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- It sure looked like it was going to be one of those nights for the New England Revolution on Saturday after heading into halftime with nothing to show for their first-half dominance of a struggling Chivas USA squad. The hosts not only held the better of the possession (67.8 percent), but connected on 85.6 percent of their passes as well. And yet, they marched into the locker room at the break with the scoreboard completely unblemished, much to their dismay.
Boston Herald Aug 24, 2014

Nguyen, Revs bottle up Chivas

FOXBORO — The Revolution managed to avoid the second-half lapses that have plagued them this season, finishing with a strong effort to take a 1-0 victory against struggling Chivas USA last night in front of 16,427 fans at Gillette Stadium.

Rapid Reaction: Revolution 1, Chivas USA 0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Leave it to Lee Nguyen to get the job done for the Revolution. The club's leading scorer tallied his ninth goal of the season on Saturday to give his squad a 1-0 win over Chivas USA on Saturday at Gillette Stadium. On the other end of the pitch, Bobby Shuttleworth stopped four shots to collect his sixth clean sheet of the season. With the win, the Revolution snapped a two-game winless streak (0-1-1), while Chivas USA was left out of the win column for the sixth straight occasion (0-4-2).

W2W4: Revs vs. Chivas USA

It’s been said that you can often tell what direction a team is headed in simply by watching how they handle a vulnerable opponent, especially during the waning stages of the regular season. If the above is true, we may learn plenty about whether the New England Revolution (8-12-3, 27 points) truly have what it takes to make a postseason run on Saturday when they face a struggling Chivas USA (6-11-6, 24 points) side at Gillette Stadium. To be fair, the Revolution haven’t played immeasurably better soccer than their success-starved opponent.

Davies finds form, but Revs still searching

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Jay Heaps has been known for his outside-the-box thinking during his head-coaching tenure with the Revolution. But in one recent instance, he was reminded that sometimes it's best to keep it simple. After months of working with striker Charlie Davies out on the wing, Heaps finally relented and allowed the Boston College alum to return to his preferred position. And the decision, so far, has proven to be a masterstroke. In his last three games, Davies has scored twice and assisted once, all from the center forward's spot.

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