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By DAN KARELL
Jurgen Klinsmann received some good news a day ahead of a crucial World Cup qualifier.
U.S. Soccer announced that Jermaine Jones has been cleared to play in Tuesday night’s World Cup qualifying match against Honduras, in Salt Lake City, after passing the “return to play” protocol following a concussion suffered on June 7.
— U.S. Soccer (@ussoccer) June 17, 2013
Jones suffered his concussion during the match against Jamaica, forcing the 31-year-old Schalke midfielder out of the 2-0 win against Panama last Tuesday.
What do you make of this news? Do you expect Jones back in the starting XI on Tuesday night?
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