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Timbers Tid Bits: Not Much To Say Edition

Kind of a slow news day for the Timbers, well at least yesterday was. Seems like the only thing anybody is talking about with regards to the team is Darlington Nagbe's goal and, well, there's only so many articles you can read about a single goal, as fantastic as it was regardless.

Other news today focuses around Sporting KC's rise to prominence and how they only have a few road games left and some player speculation outside of the Timbers.

Enjoy the morning news!

Timbers specific news

Post-Match Thoughts: Timbers vs. Kansas City
Some detailed analysis of last weekend's game.

CJ Sapong attempts to achieve Levesque level douchiness
It did seem odd that he attempted the "Timber" maneuver.

Spencer: Bad decisions are costing Timbers games
No kidding. Some terrible defensive gafs last weekend.

Darlington Nagbe's goal already among Portland Timbers' best ever
Rookie's unlikely first-ever Major League Soccer goal has attracted worldwide attention.

League news (after the jump)

Jensen claims MLS interest
Burnley keeper Brian Jensen claims MLS club NY Red Bulls expressed an interest in signing him in April.

Nat Borchers, Real Salt Lake Defender, Gets Arguably Worst Red Card In MLS History
The main ref didn't screw up, the side ref did for not keeping up fast enough and not watching what he was supposed to.

In M.L.S., When a 'Good Result' Is Bad
The 18 teams in Major League Soccer have already broken the league record for scoreless ties less than halfway through the 2011 season.

Toronto FC set to test their mettle against Red Bulls
A new battle of the Designated Players begins.

Despite good form, Sporting not ready for spotlight
As is natural. First the team needs to prove they can win without the moral/energy boost brought on by their new stadium.

Kansas City of M.L.S. Wins Chance to Land 18-Year-Old Michigan Star
Sporting Kansas City won a lottery for the rights to forward Soony Saad, an 18-year-old standout at the University of Michigan.

Real Salt Lake retires Jason Kreis' number
No surprise here. He's coached the team to huge success in recent years.