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Eddy Prugh is a retired professional soccer player and author of a contemporary fiction novel titled 'Boys With Tattoos'. Prior to graduating from Marshall University, Prugh played collegiately for Oregon State University and also had a brief stint in the Timbers development academy. Beyond the Thorns and Timbers, he supports Manchester City.

Timbers top Dynamo 2-1

The Timbers take a clear lead at the top of Group F behind goals from Ebobisse and Valeri

Timbers vs Houston Dynamo Preview

In game 2 of the MLS is Back Tournament the Timbers face the potent attack the Houston Dynamo.

FINALLY!!!

At long last the Timbers will take the field in the strangest of conditions in Orlando.

Former Timbers keeper Jake Gleeson files $10.2 million lawsuit against team doctors

Timbers 2 Set to Face Off in USL Group A Action

The Timbers 2 will return to play in the United Soccer League’s tournament system for the 2020 season in a group that includes Sacramento Republic FC, Tacoma Defiance and Reno 1860.

Football Takes a Stand

Before May 25th, 2020 the world was unanimously focused on the Coronavirus Pandemic. Fast forward five days and our focus has shifted in the worst possible way. Have a look at some tweets from Timbers players and others from the footballing world in response to the tragic passing of George Floyd.

Danny Mwanga: Portland’s Own

In 2010 Danny Mwanga was selected with the number one overall draft pick in the MLS SuperDraft. Though his skills were honed on the fields of his native Democratic Republic of Congo, Portland will claim him as a local product...as they should. Here is his story.

Liverpool and Southampton: a football love story...

Liverpool has well and truly returned to the summit of European football. But the reds owe a portion of their incredible success to another red team in England. Southampton F.C.

Thorns Jersey Leak!

The 2020 Thorns Jerseys have leaked and OMG are they a sight for sore eyes!

The Impending Doom of Match-Fixing in Sport

In November 2018 The U.S. Supreme Court lifted the ban on sports betting in the United States. Since then 11 states have legalized it with nearly the entire country looking to follow suit in due course. One of many repercussions of such a ruling is the inevitable problem of match-fixing.