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Timbers Tid Bits: Houston Edition

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The first time the Portland Timbers have faced off against Houston is Sunday. It'll be an interesting match if not for the action on the field but the stories behind it. Head coach John Spencer and Dominic Kinnear are really good friends. In fact, Spencer, prior to coming to Portland, was Houston's assistant coach. There's also the Timbers two newest players, Mike Chabala and Lovel Palmer who only a few weeks ago were wearing the Orange jersey.

So it'll be interesting to see how the two teams play each other. They, obviously, have quite a bit in common now.

Enjoy the morning news!

Timbers specific news

Spencer suits passionate Portland perfectly
His passion matches our own...

Timbers trio nostalgic as trip to old stomping grounds nears
John Spencer, Mike Chabala, and Lovel Palmer are all from the Houston Dynamo.

League news (after the jump)

Patient Cronin hoping for first 2011 start in goal for DC
I'd like to see Steve Cronin doing well in DC.

Young 'Caps making decisions tough on coaching staff
That's the gamble with young players. They're just not consistent.

Adu Returning to M.L.S.
The Philadelphia Union is expected to announce the acquisition of Adu on Friday.

An eventful week for the Montreal Impact
A new coach would make any week eventful.

Chicago Fire coach Frank Klopas struggles to stay upbeat as team struggles
Interim coach urges players to put everything on the line in hopes of turnaround.

Cyrus out for rest of season
Trinidad and Tobago defender Daniel Cyrus has fractured his leg just one month into a season-long loan spell with US Major League Soccer (MLS) club Sporting Kansas City and is out for the rest of the season

Timbers' Cooper adamant about keeping starting role
After his last couple games I'd say he deserves the spot.