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Portland Timbers at Seattle Sounders Match Preview

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After last weekend's calamitous 4-1 loss to the Montreal Impact, the Portland Timbers are headed up north to right the ship in the most dramatic fashion possible: by taking on their bitter rivals, the Seattle Sounders.

The Sounders, for their part, are looking to fight their way into a playoff spot after a slow start to the season following on the back of winning their first MLS Cup last year, a situation that fans of the Timbers are all too familiar with.

Scouting Report: How to give tissues to the Portland Timbers

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Your first Memorial Day weekend bonfire is at noon at CenturyLink Field (or on FOX)

Who You'll Watch

The Seattle Sounders and Portland Timbers will play the first of three games regular season games this Saturday. This will be the first meeting since Seattle won MLS Cup. This will also be the first time that both teams will square off with a star above their crest.

Soccer Made in Portland: 2017 Episode 19

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Matt Pentz returns to the show to look ahead to the Portland Timbers' visit to Seattle while Chris and Jamie recap the Timbers' 4-1 dismantling at the hands to the Montreal Impact and the Thorns' 2-2 away draw with the Boston Breakers.

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Impact dominate 10-man Timbers in home win

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The Montreal Impact made their string of disappointing home results disappear, at least for oneafternoon's time.

Two goals by Ignacio Piatti and two others by Kyle Fisher and Ambroise Oyongo gave the Impact a 4-1 win over a 10-man Portland Timbers team, who saw their Montreal unbeaten streak end at three games.

Darlington Nagbe set to return against Montreal Impact

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On the mend and could start Saturday

Darlington Nagbe seems to be on the mend and is expected to be in the starting XI when the Portland Timbers take on the Montreal Impact on Saturday. He's missed two straight matches with a hamstring injury. He returned to full training this week, after joining the team for training late last week.

Major League Soccer

Bandaged Fisher cleans up on both sides of field for Impact

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MONTREAL Hockey analogies are popular in Montreal so it was only fitting Impact head coach Mauro Biello had a great one about Kyle Fisher when he spoke—in French—in his post-game press conference following a 4-1 Impact win over the Portland Timbers.

"He had a Gordie Howe evening," Biello said.

MLS Ticker: Mancosu out 6-8 weeks, Asad suspended, and more

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Montreal Impact will be thin at forward for the next two months after losingstriker Matteo Mancosu to what has been diagnosed as a muscle tear in his thigh. He will be sidelined for between 6-8 weeks.

Mancosu, in his second season with Montreal, was substituted off the field in Saturday's loss to Vancouver after suffering an apparent thighinjury justfive minutes into the match.

USMNT news, Liverpool defeats Watford thanks to Emre Can golazo: Brotherly Game Daily Links 5/2/17

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Philadelphia Union News

Defend like hell and play for a point: Grades and analysis for Union 0, Galaxy 0
Philly executed a slopfest on the road, defending like hell and stifling a Los Angeles team that has really fallen off in 2017.

Blake named to MLS Team of the Week Bench
After earning the Union's Man of the Match, MLS named Andre Blake to its Team of the Week as a member of the bench.

Whitecaps snap away losing streak with victory over Impact

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After three straight losses on their travels, the Vancouver Whitecaps finally got themselves a point on the road in the form of a 2-1 comeback win against the Montreal Impact at Stade Saputo.

The first brick fell on Montreal's heads early in the game, as Matteo Mancosu was tackled in midfield and was unable to continue.

Philadelphia Union

D.C. United embarrassed in 4-0 loss to Philadelphia Union

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Luciano Acosta received a straight red card in the second half

Saturday night was one to forget for D.C. United, as the Black-and-Red were smashed 4-0 by the Philadelphia Union. Luciano Acosta was shown a red card in the second half, as United trailed 1-0 thanks to a first half goal from Haris Medunjanin.

D.C. United vs. Philadelphia Union preview, plus breaking down the Montreal mess: Filibuster podcast

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We really do have to talk about that game

Well, that sucked but we have to talk about it. Adam, Jason, and Ben are back to talk about D.C. United's 1-0 loss to the Montreal Impact, in a performance that disappointed everyone. We talk about the goal and the entire flaccid performance, as well as how the team deflated after a decent first eight minutes.

4 MLS coaches in trouble

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By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (May 5, 2017) US Soccer Players - The landscape of the 2017 MLS season is gaining a bit of focus. Two months into the campaign, most teams have crossed the one-quarter threshold. There's a long way to go, but we at least have some idea of who these teams are and what they are capable of.

Fan’s View: Insanity is Keeping Us Sane

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Collin Deckert walks through how the Union are driving us insane. But being insane can help us stay sane.

Tactical analysis: Union 3-3 Montreal Impact

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The Union's played scared to lose, and it cost them against Montreal Impact. PSP's Adam Cann explains.

Player of the week: C.J. Sapong

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As the Union's winless streak continued, one player stood out among the rest. C.J. Sapong is PSP's player of the week.

Player ratings: Philadelphia Union 3 – 3 Montreal Impact

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The Philadelphia Union scored three first half goals, but surrendered a late equalizer to allow visiting Montreal to take a point at Talen Energy Stadium. These are the player ratings for that match.

Postgame video: Union 3-3 Impact

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PSP's Mike Servedio and Greg Orlandini break down the match. Interviews with Alejandro Bedoya, C.J. Sapong and Fafa Picault. Postgame press conference with Jim Curtin.

Jackson-Hamel leads three-goal comeback as Impact draw Union

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CHESTER, PA As the ball rolled away from the body of Andre Blake in the 87th minute, the positive feelings created by the Philadelphia Union throughout Saturday's match were instantly taken away and replaced with the normal grief thatthat the club has been used to feeling.

Philadelphia Union 3, Montreal Impact 3: Instant recap and player ratings survey

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The Union blow a 3-0 lead as they remain winless in 2017

A Roland Alberg brace was still not enough for the Union to grab their first win of the season, as the Union draw with Montreal 3-3. The game got off to a perfect start for the Union as they opened the scoring in the fifth minute off a great move from Roland Alberg off an assist by CJ Sapong.

GAME THREAD: Philadelphia Union vs. Montreal Impact

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Game Info

  • Date: Saturday, April 22, 2017
  • Time: 1:00 PM
  • Place: Talen Energy Stadium, Chester, PA
  • Television: 6ABC - JP Dellacamera and Tommy Smyth
  • Stream: MLS Live
  • Know Thy Enemy: Mount Royal Soccer

Starting XI

  • Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Fabinho, Richie Marquez, Jack Elliott, Ray Gaddis; Haris Medunjanin, Alejandro Bedoya; Ilsinho, Roland Alberg, Chris Pontius; C.

Match Preview: Philadelphia Union vs Montreal Impact

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If ever there was a moment to showcase fight left in a season, this is it for Philadelphia.

Match: Philadelphia Union vs Montreal Impact

Time: 1pm EST, 12pm CST, 10am PST, 6pm UTC

Venue: Talen Energy Stadium

Television: TVAS, 6ABC

Streaming: MLS Live (Subscription Only)

Referees: REF: NIMA SAGHAFI AR1: Eric Weisbrod AR2: Jason White 4TH: Mark Geiger

All-time Record: 3-5-5, -7 GD

What Montreal will look like:

Montreal returned to their winning ways after a 2-1 win at home against the newly-christened "best team in MLS no matter what" Atlanta United.

Union vs Impact quick reference

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Get up to speed with the Union's history against Montreal with highlights from our match reports and analysis, video highlights, match stats, and more.

Match Preview: Philadelphia Union vs. Montreal Impact – THURSDAY

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The two worst teams in the Eastern conference square off this Saturday. Montreal is looking to build on their first victory of 2017. The winless streak is significant for the Union, but so is their four game losing streak. Is this the week Jim Curtin's men change their fortune?

Union news, Real Madrid downs Bayern: Brotherly Game Daily Links 4/19/17

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Hump Day links!

Philadelphia Union News

Union's Alberg shows glimpses of potential in return to starting lineup
We've heard the criticism of Roland Alberg: he doesn't run; he doesn't play defense; he's lazy; he came into camp overweight; he doesn't fit the system.

How the Sons of Ben have continued building a relationship with their city of Chester
At the end of February 2008, Don Garber officially announced that Major League Soccer would be expanding to Philadelphia in the 2010 season.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 7

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With week seven of the MLS season in the books, some surprising results headlined the action around the league.

New York City FC took down the struggling Philadelphia Union, 2-0, capped by a stunning 50-yard David Villa chip over Andre Blake.

D.C. United

D.C. United fell flat against Montreal, and they need to bounce back right away

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The Last Word grits its teeth and places an infuriating loss in context

Sometimes it's hard to get it together and face a particularly galling loss. Carving out the time to further discuss D.C. United's utterly disappointing showing against the Montreal Impact becomes a chore when the mere thought of the game angers up the blood.

D.C. United vs. Montreal community/site player ratings

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After a surprising win? A disappointing loss, and your ratings.

Nobody (well, almost nobody?) expected D.C. United to come out of Georgia last Sunday with a win, and they got one. They then came home to RFK to kick off the first of 3 home games against the lowly Montreal Impact. Simple task, right?

MLS Ticker: Dzemaili joins Impact, Revs bring back Koffie and more

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The final day of the transfer window produced a light amount of news, but there was one significant signing announced, one that came from the Montreal Impact.

The Impact officially announced the loan of Swiss international Blerim Dzemaili from Bologna. The 31-year-old will take up a Designated Player spot on the Impactroster.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 10

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Week 10 of MLS action provide a few surprises, including one team earning their first win, and the league's hottest team dropping two on the road.

Sporting Kansas City opened the action in midweek play with a 2-0 victory over the New York Red Bulls thanks to Dom Dwyer.

Tabla strike lifts Impact to win over D.C. United

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The Montreal Impact bounced back from a tough 2-1 loss against Canadian rivals Vancouver a week ago, to defeat D.C. United 1-0 at RFK Stadium Saturday night.

A 13th-minute goal from BallouTabla proved to be the difference as the visitors left the nation's capital with all three points. The 18-year-old's long-range strike was the first shot on goal for either side, as it beat D.

Good vibes quickly vanish as D.C. United lose to Montreal Impact

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United get three game home stand off to disappointing start

D.C. United had every right to come into Saturday's game against the Montreal Impact feeling good about themselves. Most recently, they had gone down to Georgia, and strutted away with three points after a 3-1 win over Atlanta United.

D.C. United vs. Montreal Impact 2017: Time, TV schedule and how to watch MLS online

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With three straight at home, United appears to be rounding into form at the right time as they host the Impact

A slow start to 2017 has started to change for D.C. United, who went 3-1-1 in April and are coming off of a remarkable win on the road against Atlanta United. With the injury list starting to shorten a bit last week, the Black-and-Red will be looking to ramp things up as they get three straight matches at home against Eastern Conference opponents.

The Rest

Canadian Championship Rewind: Fury upset TFC; Whitecaps triumph at home

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The first legs of the Canadian Championship semi-finals provided one big upset. Ottawa Fury FC's pair of second half goals gave them a 2-1 advantage over Toronto FC in the first ever match between the two clubs. Toronto's wasted possession combined with Fury FC'sshocking efficiency provided the first leg upset at TD Place in the Canadian capital.

Garber in Montreal

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MLS commissioner Don Garber took the league's roadshow to Montreal on Tuesday, meeting with media and not exactly flattering his hosts. The Montreal Gazette's Stu Cowan had Garber calling for "relevance" for the club in the market.

"We need more relevance for this team," Garber said.

LA Galaxy correct course in win against the New York Red Bulls

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Curt Onalfo's tenure as coach of the LA Galaxy did not get off to a splendid start. With two wins in their opening eight matches, the team was putting in lackluster performances, a crisis emerging for the five-time MLS Cup champions.

Yet, after scoring two second half goals in a come-from-behind draw against the Chicago Fire last week, the Galaxy were finally able to get back to winning ways with a dynamic 3-1 win over the New York Red Bulls on Sunday, their first win since beating the Montreal Impact on April 7.

Meram hat-trick lifts Crew to thrilling win over Impact

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After losing to Toronto FC on Wednesday, the Columbus Crew managed avenge their loss by defeating a different Canadian opposition.

Despite an electric comeback by the Montreal Impact in the second half, Justin Meram had a hat-trick afternoon with a third goal in stoppage time to beat the Canadian side, 3-2.

Harry Shipp “feels good” about second Chicago homecoming

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Now that the midfielder is settled and happy in Seattle, returning to the Fire feels much more bearable

It's no surprise that Seattle Sounders midfielder Harry Shipp feels somewhat bittersweet going into this weekend's road match at Chicago Fire. Not only did Shipp grow up in nearby Lake Forest, but he also grew up a fan of the Fire.

Fixing the Union - Striker Edition

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In this portion of Fixing the Union, we look at what is going wrong at the striker position.

Inspired by a mailbag question, this series looks at ways the Union could theoretically become a winning side again.

Long term, this one is an easy one. The Union need to spend the money on a Designated Player striker.

Impact can thank Homegrown players for first win of the season

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The Montreal Impact had its goal scoring leader in Ignacio Piatti back from injury to take on Atlanta United on Saturday afternoon. Piatti did score from the penalty spot but the winning goal and last minute push came from two Homegrown players: Anthony Jackson-Hamel and Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla.

Late goal give Impact its first win against 10-man Atlanta United

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With Ignacio Piatti back in the lineup, the Montreal Impact were poised to take on Atlanta United but it was Canadian homegrown player Anthony Jackson-Hamel who stole the show with a stoppage time goal.

The Impactgrabbed the team'sfirst win of the season with a 2-1 win against an Atlanta United team reduced to ten men on Saturday at Stade Saputo.