Soccer Made in Portland
Chris Rifer and Michael Orr talk Timbers.
We’ll see you in 2019, people. Before that, let’s talk Cup, moves, USWNTers demands in 2019.
The Timbers are drawing, and T2’s looking toward then playoffs. Jaime and Richard talk to the USL team’s first-year boss.
The Thorns fall hard in the NWSL Championship game while the Timbers endure a terrible first 45. Jamie Goldberg is back to break it down.
Timbers falls, Thorns push on, and two mainstays on Portland’s NWSL scene join us ahead of Saturday’s title challenge
Nine-point weekend and Meghan Klingenberg joins the show. If you’re not listening, you’re not trying.
The Timbers have lost four in a row. The Thorns? Unbeaten in four. How will Jaime and Richard juggle the two moods?
Soccer Made in Portland: 2018 Episode 29 - The Timbers sliding, Thorns gliding, Hayley Raso drops by edition
Losses to D.C. United and Sporting Kansas City on one side; a draw with the Red Stars on the other; Hayley Raso talks about spiders and flying dogs
Breaking down Vancouver’s upset at Providence Park and the Thorns’ return to the NWSL win column
U.S. soccer’s lead voice of the 2018 World Cup is back home and joined SMiP and fans at Civic Taproom for this Q-and-A.
The greatest striker of the Timbers’ MLS era says farewell and the Thorns head coach drops in to grill Jamie Goldberg