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Injury Report: Jones Still ‘Questionable’; Daigo Added

Photo credit: Chris Aduama/

Photo credit: Chris Aduama/

Revolution midfielder Jermaine Jones remains listed as “questionable” on the club’s latest injury report, which was released on Friday.

Jones, who hasn’t yet made his 2015 debut, continues to recover from sports hernia surgery in February. He returned to full training last week. 

On Wednesday, Revolution coach Jay Heaps deemed Jones’ status “day-to-day.”

Midfielder Daigo Kobayashi, who missed last week’s match due to a left hamstring hamstring strain, was also listed on the injury report as “questionable.” Coincidentially, he served as Jones’ replacement in the lineup during for the bulk of the U.S. International’s absence.

Meanwhile, center back Jose Goncalves, who exited during the second half of last week’s contest in Colorado due to a calf knock, did not appear on the report.

As for the Crew, midfielder Wil Trapp (right calf strain) and defender Waylon Francis (right ankle sprain) are both listed as “questionable.” Trapp will not play after he was pulled out of Wednesday’s match in Vancouver due to a recurrance of concussion sympoms, according to the Columbus Dispatch.

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