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 Posted by Jason Davis
6 hours ago

MLS Review: Weekend of upsets

Relive all the best action from around the league, including Kelyn Rowe's stunning strike and the Portland Timbers' commanding victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps, in this week's edition of MLS Final Kick.

After weeks of wrangling and an allocation process that merited a separate entry in the collection of weird moments in MLS rule history, U.S. men's national team midfielder Jermaine Jones finally made his MLS debut. Jones played the final 25 minutes of New England's 3-0 cruise past Toronto FC, a game that was already decided before the tattooed DP stepped into the fray. Nothing like an easy run out against a demoralized team to help get one's feet wet in a new competition.

With the Jones sign...

 Posted by Doug McIntyre
8 hours ago

New kids stand out for the United States

U.S. national team manager Jurgen Klinsmann unveiled the USMNT's roster for next week's friendly against the Czech Republic.

In a sense, it's accurate to say that each of the 21 players on Jurgen Klinsmann's U.S. roster for Wednesday's friendly in the Czech Republic are warming up this week. That's especially true for three of the youngest players on the coach's list.

Emerson Hyndman and Rubio Rubin are both just 18, and both were in the lineup for their respective European clubs, Fulham and Utrecht, on Saturday, two days after they received their first national team invites.

Bobby Wood also started, and with Klinsman...

Jeff Carls Posted by Jeff Carlisle
9 hours ago

Week 25 rankings: Runaway train

Relive all the best action from around the league, including Kelyn Rowe's stunning strike and the Portland Timbers' commanding victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps, in this week's edition of MLS Final Kick.

The LA Galaxy has been unstoppable of late, and after hammering two more foes this week -- D.C. United and Chivas USA -- LA reclaimed the top spot in this week's Power Rankings.

1. LA Galaxy (+1)

Every aspect of L.A.'s attack has been otherworldly in recent weeks. Landon Donovan is dishing, Gyasi Zardes is finishing, Robbie Keane is scoring on ridiculous chips and even new acquisition Alan Gordon is getting in on the fun. With that kind of firepower, the Galaxy is poised to duke it out with ...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
3 days ago

MLS W2W4: Jones set for Revs debut?

The ESPN FC crew discuss how Jermaine Jones will fit in with the New England and criticise the blind draw and designated player rules instituted by the MLS.

Some intriguing Major League Soccer storylines to watch this weekend:

Will Jermaine Jones make his MLS debut at Toronto?

New England Revolution coach Jay Heaps hasn't said one way or the other if new signing Jermaine Jones will make his debut in Toronto on Saturday, but it's hard to imagine the U.S. national team enforcer not playing some part.

After all, the historically frugal Revs just dropped $4.7 million on Jones through 2015, and with his team just one point behind New York for the Eastern...

 Posted by Jason Davis
5 days ago

MLS's new kids on the block

New England Revolution's newest signing Jermaine Jones joins the ESPN show to discuss his move to the MLS and the blind draw process that brought him to the Revs.

Among the handful of obvious developments that have thus far marked the second half of the MLS season, one of the most thrilling is the rise of a small group of young players who have finally been given a chance to shine. MLS coaches find themselves reaching further and further down the bench through the long summer, a situation that can sometimes create opportunities for new talent that did not feature during the opening part of the league campaign, and give players a chance to step into the...

 Posted by Graham Parker
5 days ago

Flaws galore in Jermaine Jones, Major League Soccer deal

New England Revolution's newest signing Jermaine Jones joins the ESPN show to discuss his move to the MLS and the blind draw process that brought him to the Revs.

When the news broke about Jermaine Jones' move to New England and the circumstances around it, I found myself imagining the room where the deal went down.

Let me explain: I'm a little bit of an architecture geek and have always found one of the perks of this job, especially in the access-rich sporting environments of North America, is being allowed to move around more areas of the stadium than most fans see.

These backroom spaces are part of my experience and memory bank of the game in th...