NWSB insider Blair Thomas brings us his reasons why despite a loss vs New England, the Timbers should hold their heads high. Things could be worse. After the lone goal was scored, the Timbers controlled the tempo of the game and Franck Songo’o made a comeback of sorts. Any time a team can go on the road and at least come away with a point via a tie, the feat should be considered a victory.
NWSB Insider and Portland Timbers blogger Blair Thomas brings us his Love Em & Hate Em recap from Tuesday night’s game between the Philadelphia Union vs. Portland Timbers. This game included the debut of Andrew Jean-Baptiste. The 19 year-old Haitian kid from Brooklyn, New York etched his name into Timbers lore. Timbers FC’s next game will be in Texas at FC Dallas at 5:30 on Saturday.
NWSB insider Jason Green brings us news from the MLS this week and his 2012 Portland Timbers season preview. There is a lot of promise this season in the midfield for the Timbers with the likes of Darlington Nagbe, Diego Chara, and Jack Jewsbury. The big news up front is the addition of striker Kris Boyd. What do you think 2012 holds in store for the Timbers FC?
NWSB insider Matt Martz brings us news from the MLS injury front this week specifically the Portland Timbers. Newly acquired Columbian forward Jose Adolfo Valencia, who will be sidelined for 6-to-12 months following Monday’s knee surgery to have damaged cartilage in his left knee repaired.