For Joevin Jones, post-soccer match dinners at his family’s home in Trinidad and Tobago were less about eating than teachable moments.
Bengaluru FC announced the signing of Cornell Glen on-loan from 2nd Division side Ozone FC on Monday.
The highly experienced striker hasn’t seen the field as much as we expected. The question is, “why?”
Kenwyne Jones exudes a coolness about him that makes him incredibly likeable. The long dreadlocks, his impressive size, his Caribbean twang, the willingness to put himself out there on social media — it all adds up to, in this case, a player that fans desperately want to see in action.
Minnesota United head coach Adrian Heath says he expects Kevin Molino to be fit for this weekend’s MLS clash with Cordell Cato’s San Jose Earthquakes. Molino hasn’t trained this week due a minor knee issue.
Kenwyne Jones has been hailed as a key contributor to Atlanta United in its recent MLS outings with Seattle Sounders and Toronto FC with his ability to come off the bench and be a target for the midfielders and defenders to hit with direct balls.
Atlanta United have been on the road for five of the seven matches played so far this season. A great scenario for building team chemistry but not ideal for acclimating to a new home. Kenwyne Jones, having traveled to Atlanta throughout his career for competitions like the Gold Cup, said it’s simple. We need more time here.
T&T international midfielder Kevin Molino is beginning to enjoy Minnesota more every day. The T&T player is a first team started for Minnesota United.
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Trinidad and Tobago’s Joevin Jones has become one of the most talked about defenders in American Major League Soccer at the moment.