10:50 AM EDT, Wed May 25, 2016
Portland Timbers Rumors & News
Oregonian 50 mins ago
Soccer Made in Portland is a weekly Portland Timbers podcast hosted by The Oregonian's Jamie Goldberg and Stumptown Footy's Chris Rifer. This week Jamie and Chris talk about how the Timbers will perform without Darlington Nagbe, a Timbers Army chant that is causing controversy and whether the Thorns can get results without their U.S. Women's National Team players.
Oregonian 1 hour ago
Twenty-eight MLS players from seven different countries will be competing in the Copa America, which will take place on U.S. soil from June 3-26.
We have complete player ratings from the Portland Timbers 4 to 2 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps back on May 22 at Providence Park. Included are marks for each individual player that appeared in the match, plus composite ratings for the offense, defense, team, coaches, officiating and opponent.
After four consecutive 2 to 1 matches on the scoreboard with 3 of those being losses, the Portland Timbers were hoping to rebound against their longtime rivals from the North, the Vancouver Whitecaps. With injuries affecting the roster, the Timbers used a complete effort and goals from 4 different players to secure an emotional, hard fought 4 to 2 victory over the Caps in front of a sellout crowd at Providence Park.
Oregonian 14 hours ago
Join Portland Timbers and Thorns reporter Jamie Goldberg for a live chat here Tuesday.
Oregonian 15 hours ago
Timbers coach weighs in on his star player, what it takes to win, and dealing with injuries this season.
Oregonian 18 hours ago
The U.S. National Team will continue its preparations for the 2016 Copa America Centenario when it takes on Ecuador in a friendly on Wednesday, May 25 at 5 p.m. PT at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.
The Portland Timbers turned things on in the attack as they snapped their losing streak with a decisive 4-2 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps in front of 21,144 fans at Providence Park.
The Portland Timbers scored four goals en route to a critical 4-2 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps Sunday. Here are our five takeaways from the game.
A weekly recap of the teams and players from the state who enjoyed the best week, featuring the Thorns, Timbers, Blazers, college softball and four-time state preps champions.
Waston drew a red card from referee Ted Unkel after he went in for a hard tackle on Asprilla at the end of the match, which Portland won 4-2.
Taylor, a Portland Timbers defender, talked after Sunday's 4-2 win against the Vancouver Whitecaps about character and fight and about building momentum after snapping a three-game losing streak.
The Timbers ended a three-game win streak decisively against Western Conference rival Vancouver without their leading scorer and several other players out with injury.
Diego Valeri, Darlington Nagbe, Jack McInerney and Dairon Asprilla each scored a goal in a win that snapped a three-game losing streak for the Portland Timbers. They're all here.