100 Percent Soccer column: Galaxy finally signs Jermaine Jones, while Bruce Arena makes play for USMNT stability after turmoil

jones Galaxy guy: Jermaine Jones, seen here avoiding the media at the USMNT camp at StubHub Center, officially signed Wednesday with LA.

Read more about Jones signing with the Galaxy and Bruce Arena taking control of the USMNT program in this week’s 100 Percent Soccer column.

Staff Writer Damian Calhoun has more on the Jones signing here.

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100 Percent Soccer column: As Bruce Arena swaps Galaxy for faltering U.S. national team what now for club and country?

The U.S. Men's soccer team practice with Coach Bruce Arena at StubHub Center in Carson.  Photos by Brad Graverson/SCNG/01-11-17

The U.S. Men’s soccer team practice with Coach Bruce Arena at StubHub Center in Carson. Photos by Brad Graverson/SCNG/01-11-17

Read Staff Writer Damian Calhoun’s take on the opening day of the USMNT camp in Carson at StubHub Center.

Read the inaugural 100 Percent Soccer column of 2017 and my take on what Arena’s move means here.

And see Staff Photographer Brad Graverson’s images of the first day on the field for the USMNT squad here.

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100 Percent Soccer: LA Galaxy plays game of season Wednesday at same time as Lakers’ season opener, but how many fans noticed?

L.A. Galaxy’s Emmanuel Boateng(24) gets the ball past Real Salt Lake’s Nick Rimando,(18) for the goal in the Western Conference, host sixth-seeded Real Salt Lake in an MLS Knockout Round showdown in  Carson CA. Wednesday, October 26, 2016. (Photo by Thomas R. Cordova, Press-Telegram/ Daily Breeze/SCNG)

L.A. Galaxy’s Emmanuel Boateng(24) gets the ball past Real Salt Lake’s Nick Rimando,(18) for the goal in the Western Conference, host sixth-seeded Real Salt Lake in an MLS Knockout Round showdown in Carson CA. Wednesday, October 26, 2016. (Photo by Thomas R. Cordova, Press-Telegram/ Daily Breeze/SCNG)

It was good to see the Galaxy rouse themselves from their wretched form of late led by an inspirational performance by live wire Emmanuel Boateng, who scored two impressive goals in the playoff knockout game Wednesday at Stubhub Center against Real Salt Lake.

But the Galaxy were done no favors by the timing of the game.

Read more in this week’s 100 Percent Soccer column.

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