What Will You Remember About 2012?

Steve Dykes

It was a year of ups and downs, highs and lows. From losing to a 5th division side in the US Open Cup to bringing the Cascadia Cup trophy back home. What will you remember most about 2012?

Yesterday we shared with you our top 10 stories (by traffic) of 2012. It was an interesting look at what Portland Timbers fans seemingly found to be the most interesting overall. In fact, it came as quite a surprise when the top spot went to an article that wasn't even about the Portland Timbers specifically, but rather the league at large.

Still, our traffic numbers only speak in generalities. Each person has their own memories and connections to the year and we want to hear about em.

For some of you, I'm sure your best memory of 2012 will be winning the Cascadia Cup, others might remember the issues at CenturyLink Field, and some will remember the devastating loss to Cal FC. Perhaps some will look back fondly at the signing of Kris Boyd and the potential we all saw in him that day, others will remember the summer months when that very same promised potential never showed up.

As we look ahead to 2013 and the new season that it brings tell us:

What will you remember most about 2012?

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