Looks like we've got another long break ahead of us. The Next time the Timbers play will be next Friday. Unfortunately, this also gives teams like the Philadelphia Union, D.C. United and, as we saw last night, the New York Red Bulls a chance to pull ahead in the standings.
So what are the Timbers doing during this break? Aside from resting up for the final play-off push it seems they are partaking in a sort of fashion week! Mike Chabala, Sal Zizzo and Rodney Wallace will all take to the runway to show off some new eco-friendly EARTHTEC gear tomorrow night. Sounds like fun if that's your sort of thing.
Enjoy your afternoon news!
Timbers' Cooper keeps hot streak going in win over 'Caps
He's been on some streak lately.
Portland Timbers more than just a "hard-working, blue collar" team
Timbers coach wants opponents to acknowledge team's talent.
Other news (after the jump)
NY Red Bulls can salvage their season
Which would be bad for the Timbers.
Impact names former U.S. international Sorber as assistant
Montreal has wasted no time in preparation.
Rookie experiences growing pains
Omar Salgado is a frustrated young man.
B.C. Place & Vancouver
Talking Tactics: A look at TFC's unconventional formation
The former Ajax man is trying some very interesting things in Toronto.
Seattle does the U.S. Open Cup three-peat
Rabble, rabble, rabble rivalry.
David Beckham was the greatest thing to happen to Major League Soccer
From a marketing perspective, absolutely.
MLS’s Chicago Fire Wants to Sign Rio Ferdinand
Rafael Marquez: Player And Fan Emotions Fluctuate, But Quality Is Forever
His recent performances have come under scrutiny, but his performance on Tuesday night could have been a major turning point for both Marquez and his team.