There's a nice article in here on the Tmbers Army by iSportsWeb (never heard of em myself) with Garrett Dittfurth, one of the Board of Directors for the TA. I wouldn't go so far as to say it's embellishing what we've become in the north end, I will say, however, that it's a very flattering article. One that I'm sure most Timbers Army fans will enjoy and that some other supporters groups around the nation will take exception with.
Enjoy the day's news!
Portland Timbers to Visit Bend, Other Cities
Players and staff of Major League Soccer’s Portland Timbers will hit the road in January to visit with fans and conduct youth soccer clinics in Bend and three other communities across the state as part of "Dribble Oregon," presented by JELD-WEN Windows & Doors. Tuesday, December 20, 2011.
Can LA Galaxy Do It Again?
The 2011 MLS season wrapped up only last month, but it’s certainly not too early to start talking about next season, as it will get underway in a few short months.
Juninho leaving Galaxy, David Beckham appears ready to follow
Turns out David Beckham isn't the only Galaxy player leaving L.A. after the team's recent MLS Cup victory. Juninho, who had a successful two-year run playing beside Beckham in the central midfield, has signed a three-year deal to return to...
MLS announces preseason tournament schedule
14 teams to partake in domestic tourneys in lead up to First Kick
Mattocks latest on recent list of top Akron prospects
Jamaican Darren Mattocks, who said "not good" when asked what he thought of the weather after he experienced snow for the first time during the 2010 NCAA Tournament, may have to get used to the white stuff.
Stories of the Year, No. 11: Livestrong Sporting Park
Kansas City faithful get a worthy temple to honor the game
Houston's Cruz draws interest from Euro, MLS clubs
With Dynamo contract expiring, suitors investigating midfielder
Despite the changes, Sporting Kansas City still stacked for 2012
It's been a hectic/frantic start to the close season for Sporting Kansas City, but the team managed to keep its core in tact while dealing away veteran players.