Filed under: Stream Portland Timbers Postmortem: Taking Stock of a Lost Season Contributors: Andrew Wheeler Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: Portland Timbers Postmortem: Taking Stock of a Lost Season Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Hindsight is 20/20, so Stumptown Footy is taking a look back at some of the Portland Timbers' moves over the 2012 season to see if we can't figure out exactly where everything went pear-shaped. 7 Total Updates Since Oct 13, 2012, 2:20pm PDT Follow this stream December 6, 2012 Postmortem: Gavin Wilkinson as Interim Coach By Andrew Wheeler As the memory of 2012 finally begins to recede, making way for the hope and promise of the Caleb Porter era, we're taking one last look at the lost season, finishing with the year's most controversial decision. November 26, 2012 Postmortem: The Kenny Cooper Trade By Andrew Wheeler Looking back on Cooper's 2012 campaign, it's hard to like the deal that sent him to New York. November 20, 2012 Postmortem: The Perlaza-Mwanga Deal By Andrew Wheeler One of Piotr Nowak's final acts as Head Coach of the Philadelphia Union sent Danny Mwanga to the Portland Timbers in exchange for Jorge Perlaza. November 14, 2012 Postmortem: Firing John Spencer By Andrew Wheeler All the various ripple effects aside, how do you assess both the decision to sack Spencer, as well as the timing of that decision? November 10, 2012 Postmortem: The Boyd Legacy By Andrew Wheeler He led the Timbers in goals, shots on goal, and goals+assists. He dazzled at times with his ability to turn a bad pass into a shot on target. But was Kris Boyd a good investment? November 6, 2012 Postmortem: Non-Soccer-Related Edition By Andrew Wheeler From ticket prices to TicketMaster, food carts to 'Off the Pitch with Hermes' -- how did the front office do this year, from a purely non-soccer-related perspective? October 13, 2012 Postmortem: Grade the Perkins/Ricketts Trade By Andrew Wheeler It is difficult to pick out what exactly Gavin Wilkinson was referring to when he called Ricketts an upgrade.