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Jermaine Jones to join indoor soccer team

Former Rev Jermaine Jones signs with the Ontario Fury

MLS: New England Revolution at D.C. United Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Former New England Revolution midfielder Jermaine Jones will join Ontario Fury of the MASL, according Sports Illustrated.

After successful years in Germany, England, and Turkey, Jones came to MLS. He joined the Revs in 2014 and was able to record two goals and four assists over his two seasons in New England. He then moved on to the Rapids, where he picked up three goals and two assists in his nine appearances. In 2017, Jones played in Los Angeles, which was his last season in the league. He was able to obtain one goal and two assists in his 20 appearances for the Galaxy.

Since then, Jones hasn’t been an active participant on the pitch, instead shifting his focus towards coaching.

Jones isn’t the only ex-MLS player to make this move. Two months ago, USMNT star and MLS all-time leading scorer Landon Donovan announced that he was going to join the San Diego Shockers.

With the additions of Donovan and Jones, it will be interesting to see if other former MLS footballers will take a crack at the MASL.