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Jones' suspension reduced to three games
January 15th, 2013 12:29AM
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[USA MEN] Don't expect to see Jermaine Jones return for the U.S. national team's winter training camp again this year. The midfielder had his Bundesliga suspension reduced from four to three games, meaning he'll be available to play for Schalke 04 before the Honduras-USA game on Feb. 6.

Jones' status for this week's match against Hannover 96 -- the first since the winter break -- was problematic as Sports Pulse reported that he was injured during Schalke's recent camp in Qatar.

Last winter, U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann brought Jones into the USA's winter camp as the midfielder was serving an eight-game suspension in the Bundesliga.

Meanwhile, the last two of the 25 players Klinsmann called into Camp Opportunity arrived. Juan Agudelo and Graham Zusi had spent the last week training with West Ham in England.



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