Our man Josh Dougherty has his finger firmly on the pulse of the Seattle Sounders in the 2012 season of MLS soccer. Today Josh weighs in on the MLS playoff loss by the Sounders to the LA Galaxy this past weekend. He says the pain has begun to pass. It’s now a dull just a dull aching. This playoff series loss was just another reminder that the Sounders aren’t quite the best. Sad though. When the team needed him most, Mauro Rosales wasn’t there.
Our man Josh Dougherty has his finger firmly on the pulse of the Seattle Sounders in the 2012 season of MLS soccer. This time out, Josh gives us his match preview of the matchup vs. L.A. Galaxy. Josh points out In the first 3 seasons of Seattle’s MLS existence, LA was the perpetual thorn in their side. Matches seemed to always result in a loss. The Sounders only have 4 wins away from home this year, they’d love one on Sunday.
Our man Josh Dougherty has his finger firmly on the pulse of the Seattle Sounders in the 2012 season of MLS soccer. This time out, Josh gives us his match preview of the matchup vs. L.A. Galaxy matchup. A difficult game to call. This will be a even match. Both teams have a lot to play for. They’re realistically competing for 3rd place in the west. Christian Tiffert will probably only be good for 30 minutes tonight
NWSB Editor and Writer Chris Anderson talks about his love ‘em and hate ‘em from the Timbers’ loss to Chivas USA in Los Angeles, California. Trying to come up with their first road win of the season, the Timbers could not muster decent attacks and threats on goal. Chivas, looking to distance itself from the bottom of the MLS ranks and ascend to playoff contention, scored their only goal in the 16th minute.
NWSB Editor and Writer Chris Anderson previews Wednesday’s MLS game between the Portland Timbers and Chivas USA. After conceding five goals to the Los Angeles Galaxy in a 5-3 loss at JELD-WEN field, the Portland Timbers will once again hit the road when they take on Chivas USA in The Home Depot Center.
NWSB Editor and Writer Chris Anderson talks about his love ‘em and hate ‘em from last night’s Timbers 5-3 loss to the Los Angeles Galaxy. There was a goal in the third minute, four goals in nine minutes by one team, three players with two goals each, goals from penalty kicks, goals from set pieces, all bottled up in a stadium that provides for one of the best atmospheres. Landon Donovan, Robbie Keane, David Beckham, and Kris Boyd were on form.
NW Sports Beat Editor and Writer Chris Anderson looks ahead to Sunday’s Portland Timbers vs. Los Angeles Galaxy MLS match. Though neither team could have imagined themselves sitting in the current positions they are in. Keys to this game include Galaxy absences, Danny Mwanga’s first appearance for Portland, and what should be a pivotal second half.