Fanendo Adi, shown here scoring against Seattle earlier this season, tallied his 16th goal of the 2016 season off a 35th minute penalty. However, Adi missed a second penalty 5 minutes later and the Timbers had to hold on against...
Timbers forward Fanendo Adi continued his torrid scoring pace in notching his 15th goal of 2016 to give his team a 2 to 1 lead. Adi and Diego Valeri have combined for 27 of their 45 goals this season, but...
14 goals so far this season and 5 more matches to add to the total. Yeah, he's had a pretty good season in 2016. Thank you, Fanendo!Portland Timbers For a look back at match highlights and more thoughts about the...
While the Portland Timbers have struggled on the road, they've been fabulous at home. Portland battled a game Real Salt Lake side in a very intense match at Providence Park, and they were able to make a Fanendo Adi 12th minute strike stand up for the victory in front of their 100th consecutive sell out crowd.
Victor Ulloa was a difference maker for FC Dallas against the Portland Timbers when they met last weekend, as the guys from the Rose City Soccer Show talked about in this week's episode. Hopefully the Timbers can rebound this weekend...
We are catching up a bit on the other podcast involving Oregonlive.com staff - the Rose City Soccer Show. With our group on hiatus for a bit for personal reasons, the crew is back recording each week. In our recent episodes, we talk a lot of Timbers, some fish news and talking about must win matches.
We have complete player ratings from the Portland Timbers 4 to 2 win over the Seattle Sounders FC from earlier this week. Included in this are scores for every Portland Timbers player that appeared in the match, ratings for the offense, defense and coaches, and a mark for the opponent and officials.
Fanendo Adi loves to score against Seattle, and he tallied his 13th goal of 2016 in the first half versus the Flounders. With the goal, Adi goes into the record books for goals scored against Seattle with 7 total while...
Jake Gleeson has really taken over the Timbers number 1 goalkeeping spot and his confidence has been soaring over the weeks. We saw a very confident Jake this afternoon and the results have followed.Jennifer Kesgard, community blogger For a look...
The Portland Timbers had been hoping to regain their health and recently, the team had indicated they've been as healthy as they've been all year. Right after that, the team lost Nat Borchers to injury and with several regulars now nursing various knocks, Portland made several moves to strengthen their defense for the final weeks of the season.
I'm sure that Jake Gleeson would have liked a better result after effectively earning the Timbers' starting goalkeeper job and seeing his main competition transferred away. Unfortunately, the first 12 minutes are ones that I'm sure he'd love to have...
The Portland Timbers brought a ton of confidence and a 9 match unbeaten streak into their match with the Los Angeles Galaxy. However, the road side struck with 2 goals in 11 minutes, and while the Timbers showed spirit to fight back and even add a goal of their own before the break, they couldn't overcome the early deficit.
We have complete player evaluations from the Portland Timbers' significant 3 to 1 win over the Seattle Sounders from back on July 17, 2016 at Providence Park. Included are marks for each Timbers player that appeared, plus marks for coaches, offense, defense, opponent and officials.
The Portland Timbers were hoping to keep their long unbeaten streak going, but with the Seattle Sounders visiting and strange things happening in each rivalry match, the home side knew it wouldn't be easy. Taking their lead from the returning Diego Valeri, the Timbers put forth one of their best performances in 2016 together for a resounding win over their Washington Cascadian rivals.
The Portland Timbers have been beset by injuries for most of 2016, and that has forced them to make more moves to fortify their roster. With Dairon Asprilla gone on loan, the team added an experienced defender that they hope will solve their left back dilemma since Jorge Villafana left in the offseason.
With a huge road trip completed, the Portland Timbers were hoping to get off to a good start on their three match homestand. While they were able to extend their unbeaten streak to 8 with a 1 all draw with the Montreal Impact, the Timbers had plenty of chances to take the full points and they weren't able to take advantage.
The Portland Timbers were hoping to right some of the unfortunate luck they've had in the U.S. Open Cup over the years with a home match versus the Los Angeles Galaxy, and the ability to host the next round match with win. Unfortunately, an early goal from the Galaxy and a lackluster effort were enough to doom the Timbers as the Galaxy advanced to the next round.
We have complete player evaluations from the Portland Timbers dramatic 3 to 2 win over the Houston Dynamo. Included are individual marks for every Timbers player that appeared in the match plus composite ratings for the coaches, offense, defense, opponent and officials.
The Portland Timbers returned home to Providence Park to host the Houston Dynamo. After falling behind by two goals behind very uneven play, the Timbers rallied behind Lucas Melano, Diego Valeri and some good fortune to pull out a 3 to 2 win at Providence Park.
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.
We have complete player evaluations from the Portland Timbers 2 to 1 loss to New York City FC back on May 15 at Providence Park. Included are marks for every Timbers player that appeared in the match, plus ratings for the coaches, opponent and officiating.
With injuries piling up all over the current roster, the Portland Timbers made a move to add some depth to their defensive corps. The team waived little used forward Michael Seaton and added six year vet Amobi Okugo in separate deals to bring the roster back up to 28 players. We take a look at the roster makeup, talk injuries, and where Okugo might fit best within the attack.
We have complete player evaluations from the Portland Timbers 2 to 1 victory over Toronto FC from back on May 1. Marks are included for every Timbers player that appeared, plus composite marks for the coaches, offense, defense, opponent and officiating.
Liam Ridgewell was back on the pitch for the Timbers, and the defense responded with a better effort. There were still issues, but overall, the backline seemed to be in much better spirits and the performance matched that.Jennifer Kesgard, community...
We have complete player evaluations from the Portland Timbers dramatic 3 to 1 win over San Jose back on April 16 at Providence Park. Included are individual marks for every player that appeared in the match, plus composite rating for the offense, defense, coaching, officiating and the opponent.
Already facing a boatload of injuries, the Portland Timbers watched two players receive injuries versus San Jose. Despite that and the additional challenges of San Jose's physical play, the Timbers overcame the challenges and gutted out a dramatic 3 to 1 win over the Earthquakes behind another brace from Fanendo Adi and a goal from Jack McInerney.
We have complete player ratings from the Timbers 2 all draw with RSL. The marks include individual numbers for every Timbers player that appeared in the match, a collective offensive and defensive mark, the officials, coaches and opponent.
The Portland Timbers gave one player a contract extension, and added another forward that had long been rumored to be heading to Portland in separate events this week. We look closely at the Timbers roster now that everything is official
In their first road appearance of the 2016 MLS regular season, the Portland Timbers couldn't keep the long road winning streak going. The San Jose tallied two goals in the first half, then held on against a furious late rally fueled by Jack McInerney's first goal as a Timber.
In this week's episode of the Rose City Soccer Show, we talk about the big win over the Columbus Crew, break down the positional work, preview San Jose, and talk about all sorts of news about the Portland Timbers.
We have complete player evaluations from the Portland Timbers 2 to 1 victory over the Columbus Crew back on March 7 at Providence Park. We have ratings for each player that appeared in the match, plus marks for the coaches, officials and the team.
The Portland Timbers were feeling all kinds of emotion in their home opener - celebrating their MLS Cup win while looking towards the 2016 season - but they kept everything in check to register an impressive 2 to 1 win over the Columbus Crew for their first official win of 2016.
In part three of our 2016 season preview for the Portland Timbers, we look closely at the business and organizational sides of the club. There's plenty to be happy about, but the team doesn't seem content to rest on their laurels, either.
In part two of the season preview, we look closer at the additions and subtractions from the Portland Timbers roster between 2015 and 2016. While the core of the team is still very much present, there are some intriguing changes for this year that could pay dividends.
It was a busy Timbers week with CCL action followed by another regular season match at home. Portland lost to Sporting KC in their last MLS action when their offense struggled, and they were put into a hole with an early ejection, but their defense held and the offense finally cashed in with a late flurry for a huge home win.