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New England Impressive In Win Over Toronto FC

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Big win for the New England Revolution on Saturday as they beat Toronto FC 3-0 in Toronto.

Lee Nguyen and Kelyn Rowe each had a goal and an assist in the victory while Teal Bunbury added a second half tally to give New England its second straight victory and extend the club's unbeaten streak to three games.

Nelsen and coaching staff said to be out- waiting for Bezbatchenko press conference at 4pm

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So, you are a devoted fan and season seat holder, but you are not happy when the MLS schedule gives Toronto home games on the Labour Day weekend. You have a cottage tradition to respect and therefore you give your daughter your tickets and try to follow your Toronto FC soccer over the wi fi...
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The Warm Up: #TORvNE

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada The Revolution travel north to Toronto on Saturday night to battle their Eastern conference foe for their second match this season.

Location: BMO Field, Toronto

Scheduled kick-off: 5:00 p.

Major League Soccer

Report: Nelsen out as TFC head coach

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By DAN KARELL

There will be a new man in charge of Toronto FC for the rest of the 2014 season and beyond.

Saturday evening's 3-0 defeat to the New England Revolution was the final straw for Ryan Nelsen, who was reportedly fired on Sunday along with the rest of the coaching staff.

Revolution rout TFC in Jones debut

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By CARL SETTERLUND

The New England Revolution's record signing Jermaine Jones made his debut in the 65th minute Saturday night against Toronto FC, but, frankly, the Revs did fine without him.

After squeaking out their first ever win at BMO Field back in May, New England was the far superior squad in their second meeting north of the border vs.

Kyle McCarthy | Episode 424

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Boston Herald writer and FOX Soccer editor Kyle McCarthy discusses Jermaine Jones joining New England Revolution and updates us on the latest news from around the league.

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Revs Notes: Players react to Jones signing; Rowe plays winger; and more

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By CARL SETTERLUND

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The New England Revolution front office and ownership were all in attendance for Tuesday afternoon's introductory press conference with Jermaine Jones, but earlier in the day, following Jones' first training session with the Revs, his new teammates had a chance to react as well.

Jermaine Jones Signing A Statement Of Intent From Krafts

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It was a long drawn out process, but finally the New England Revolution landed US national team player Jermaine Jones. Jones is by far the most high profile player ever to sign for New England, and a sign that that Kraft family are willing to invest money in the team. That is an important point as many Revs fans were becoming disillusioned at the direction that the franchise was going, but the signing of Jones gives everyone involved with a club a huge boost.

Jones joins Revolution hoping to push club into playoffs

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By CARL SETTERLUND

For Jermaine Jones, theNew England Revolution's desire to sign him wasmore than enough to convince that the club could be his future home.

Jones, a U.S. Men's National Team midfielder, was awarded to the Revolution via a two-team blind draw to much local fanfare on Sunday, and on Tuesday he began his Revs career by joining the rest of the team for Tuesday morning training, where he was a full participant and a happy one at that given how much the club wanted him.

MLS Again Creates New Rule to Appease Owners

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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 major league. His agent and the Chicago Fire had been holding serious negotiations and the Fire appeared to be on the cusp of a real coup just in time for a playoff run.

The Revs sign former Dutch youth international forward

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The Revs announce the signing of former Dutch youth international striker Geoffrey Castillion on Monday. Photo provided by www.voetbalnieuws.ni.

New England is going orange after Monday's newest signing oftheirlatest forward.

Official: Jermaine Jones is heading to the New England Revolution

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On Sunday, Jermaine Jones became an official member of the New England Revolution. Photo provided by the RevolutionSoccer.net.

The U.S. 2014 World Cup veteran is finally heading to Major League Soccer, after weeks of delays.

MLS Ticker: Red Bulls not in for Podolski; Plata receives Ecuador call up; and more

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By RYAN TOLMICH

Despite reports of the team's interest, the New York Red Bulls are not in the market for Lukas Podolski.

After initially being linked to the Red Bulls by German news outlet Bild, sources told Empire of Soccer that the team is not interested in acquiring the Arsenal forward.

Jermaine Jones lands in New England thanks to blind draw

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Major League Soccer finally signed Jermaine Jones to a contract but how they placed him on a team was a wild ride. The Chicago Fire and the New England Revolution were both hot on the chase for the World Cup star but after some back and forth the 32-year old lands in New England thanks to a blind draw held at MLS HQ.

Jermaine Jones joins New England Revolution

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USMNT midfielder Jermaine Jones is the newest member of the New England Revolution, joining MLS as a designated player. Read More

Multiple Reports: Jermaine Jones Signs With MLS, Joins Revolution

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The Jermaine Jones - MLS saga is finally over. The 2014 USMNT World Cup star has signed with Major League Soccer, according to Alexi Lalas, who reported the news at halftime of today's Cascadia derby between the Seattle Sounders and Portland Timbers. After a blind draw, due to equaled interest between the Chicago Fire and New England Revolution, Jones ended up moving to Foxboro.

Jones signs Designated Player contract with MLS, joins Revs

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By DAN KARELL

After weeks of wrangling, Jermaine Jones has finally signed with Major League Soccer.

The U.S. Men's National Team midfielder has signed with the league and will join the New England Revolution for the rest of the season.

Taylor Debuts Late in Win Over Goats

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FOXBORO, Mass. Less thana week after being acquired by his new club, Tony Taylor made his MLS and Revolution debut on Saturday night in New England's 1-0 win over Chivas USA.

Taylor, a former U-23 and U-20 productfor the U.S. National Team, was acquired through an MLS lottery last Monday.

Jones move to MLS hits snag

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By IVES GALARCEP

Jermaine Jones wants to come to Major League Soccer, and even has a contract in place he is ready to agree to, but a snag in negotiations is threatening to kill a deal that has been in the works for the past month.

I am reporting on Goal.com that talks to bring Jones to MLS have hit a snag due to MLS' unwillingness to guarantee Jones which team he will be joining when he signs his contract.

Former U.S. youth international Tony Taylor is heading to the Revolution

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Former Under-20 U.S. international forward Tony Taylor (Center) is heading to the New England Revolution. Photo provided by Getty Images.

25-year-old American forward is headingto Major League Soccer side, the New England Revolution.

Chivas USA

Three’s Magic in Toronto

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Lee Nguyen and Kelyn Rowe scored impressive goals from distance in the first half and Teal Bunbury added a tap-in in the second half as the New England Revolution cruised to a 3-0 victory in Toronto on Saturday night in Jermaine Jones' debut.

Season Saved with Jones in Fold?

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It's safe to say it was the biggest weekend of the season for the New England Revolution. A 1-0 home win over Chivas USA on Saturday, was followed up by the signing of United States international Jermaine Jones on the following day.

The major signing helps put the Revolution back on track at the perfect time, returning optimism for the future of the organization.

Technically Speaking: #NEvCHV

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Even though the main story at moment is the acquisition of Jermaine Jones, the Revs did play pretty well to beat Chivas USAby a score of 1-0 on Saturday. Admittedly, Chivas is weak. They're in last place, and theyhadn'tscored in 344 minutes entering Saturday's match.

Shuttleworth’s Stops Preserve Victory

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FOXBORO, Mass. For the first 15 minutes of the game, New England had over 81% of the possession and looked to be in complete control of the game.

So in the 18th minute, when Chivas USA had their first opportunity of the game, there was a chance Revolution goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth could have been caught napping.

Nguyen’s goal pushes Revs past Chivas 1-0

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Lee Nguyen's team-high 9th goal was enough scoring for the Revolution who defeated Chivas USA 1-0 Saturday night at Gillette Stadium. The Revolution move to 9-12-3 (30 points) on the season and 2-1-1 since snapping their eight-game mid-season losing streak.

Revs find footing in win over Chivas USA

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By CARL SETTERLUND

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. With time beginning to run out on the New England Revolution's once-promising season, a home game Saturday night against lowly Chivas USA proved just the tonic for a Revs team looking to break out of an extended summer malaise.

The Warm Up: #NEvCHV

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Following a disappointing 1-1 draw to the Portland Timbers last weekend, theRevolution will be looking for more at both ends of the pitch when theyhost Chivas USA on Saturday.

Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro.

Scheduled kick-off: 7:30 p.

Fernando Clavijo

PHOTOS: Fernando Clavijo

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On Monday, it was revealed that former New England Revolution head coach Fernando Clavijo was battling cancer. Clavijo coached the Revolution from 2000-2002, and under his watch, the club added the likes of Taylor Twellman, Shalrie Joseph, Jay Heaps and Steve Ralston to its roster.

All photos courtesy of New England Soccer Today photographer Chris Aduama (aduamaphotography.

Ex-Revs Coach Clavijo Battling Cancer

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Former New England Revolution head coach Fernando Clavijo is battling cancer according to amessagesent on Twitterby his son, Nicolas, on Monday.

According to the tweet, Clavijo was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, which is a blood disorder related to lymphoma and leukemia, because it usually arises in the bone marrow, according to WebMd.

Jermaine Jones

THE MATCHUP: Blind Ambition

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TORONTO VS. NEW ENGLAND
BMO FIELD - SATURDAY 5PM ET
TV: SPORTSNET 360

MANUFACTURED DERBY NAME:
"Ye Olde English Derby Matche"

FACTS* AND STATS**
TORONTO FC
- 4: Hours it takes the average fan to get in and out of BMO Field during the CNE
- Fetal: The position you would find Ryan Nelsen in after someone proposes he plays three attackers up front.

Jones ‘Sold’ on New England by Davies

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Leave it to the local kid to sell the prospect of playing in New England to the summer's most vaunted free agent.

Prior to MLS awarding Jermaine Jones to thelocal XIon Sunday, Revolution striker andBoston CollegealumCharlie Davies had a feeling that the U.

Fire lose Jones to New England via MLS' three ring circus of player acquistion

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The Jermaine Jones saga is thankfully over but it didn't end the way the Fire were hoping for or expecting after Jones had apparently agreed to a deal with the league on Wednesday that would have landed him in Chicago. New England, the other team in pursuit of Jones also wanted him and Revolution owner Robert Kraft used his influence with the league, and Don Garber in particular, to ensure that the Revs remained in the picture.

One Fell Swoop: Jones Joins Revs

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Former Schalke 04 star and currentU.S. Men's National Team regular Jermaine Jones will join theNew England Revolution as a Designated Player after the club won a blind draw over the Chicago Fire conducted by the league.

The32-year-old midfielder joined the Revolution after the club submitted its bid to the leaguefor Jones' services.

Steve Zakuani

Timbers ax Alpha United in first ever CONCACAF Champions League match

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By RYAN TOLMICH

Despite a long-distance midweek trip and less-than-stellar playing conditions, the Portland Timbers opened their CONCACAF Champions League campaign on a positive note.

With head coach Caleb Porter opting for a more subdued lineup in preparation for this weekend's tilt against the Seattle Sounders, the Timbers coasted in a 4-1 victory over Alpha United in Guyana via goals fromSteve Zakuani, Maximiliano Urruti, Fanendo Adi and Alvas Powell.

Portland Timbers player evaluations vs. New England Revolution

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We have complete player evaluations from the Timbers' 1 all draw with the New England Revolution, including a composite rating for the coaches, team, and officiating.

The Rest

THE SOUTH STAND REPORT : Toronto v. New England... or Look a Ferris Wheel!

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Ya know, this was a terrible match.

Top to bottom.

The final score was Toronto 0, New England 3 (Nguyen, Rowe, and son of Canadian Legend Alex Bunbury that shall not be named - that last one really pissed me off), in which the lack of organization in the back field left Bendik hung out to dry all afternoon.

SBI College Preview: Talented Georgetown looking for return to College Cup

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By CARL SETTERLUND

Georgetown men's soccer coach Brian Wiese has turned the Hoyas into a national power the past few seasons, but he thinks this year's squad might be his best yet.

That's a tall task considering Georgetown made a fairy-tale run to the NCAA Division 1 College Cup final in 2012 and last year graduated BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year Steve Neumann, the No.

Revs Add Dutch Striker Castillion

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It was another week, another new forward for the Revolution on Monday after the club acquired Dutch international Geoffrey Castillion via free transfer.

Castillion, a 6-3, 170 lbs. striker, comes to Foxborough following a recent stint with Dutch Eredivisie side NEC Nijmegen, where he scored twice in nine appearances across league and tournament competition in 2014.

Midfield Switch Sharpens Attack

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FOXBORO, Mass. It wasn't the first time New England has deployed this midfield, but it was something different.

For just the second time this season, Jay Heaps deployed Lee Nguyen, Daigo Kobayashi and Kelyn Rowe in his starting lineup.