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Portland general manager Gavin Wilkinson has denied the Rapids permission to contact Timbers coach John Spencer about the club's vacant head coaching position. Wilkinson told The Oregonian newspaper that the Rapids contacted him Monday night, hours
If Timber Joey, the Portland Timbers' chain saw-wielding mascot, became a real lumberjack, he could expect to earn about $38,000 a year. That would be more than what four apprentice Timber players are making in the club's inaugural MLS season.
If Portland Timbers Technical Director Gavin Wilkinson ever starts a hip-hop group, the only suitable name for it would be N.W.A. It would not be confused with the late '80s hip-hop group that cut the Straight Outta Compton album. Wilkinson's N.W.A.
The club vs country debate evokes plenty of agitation but for Jake Gleeson, a call-up to play for his country nearly jeopardised his professional contract. The 20-year-old was selected for the All Whites to play against China in March and looms as a
Cooper will join the club for its inaugural Major League Soccer season after spending the past two seasons in Germany with 1860 Munich. The 26-year-old was transferred to 1860 Munich in 2009 after four productive seasons in MLS with FC Dallas. Cooper
Gilbert was a member of Arsenal's first team for five seasons from 2005-10 after coming up through the club's youth system. Champions League fixtures, and spent time on loan with English clubs Cardiff City (2006-07), Southend United (2007-08),
The Portland Timbers have traded a third-round pick in the 2011 MLS SuperDraft to the New York Red Bulls for defender/midfielder Jeremy Hall. Hall, 22, was drafted by the Red Bulls in the first round (11th overall) in 2009 out of the University of
Davide Chiumiento is a key part of a new-look Vancouver Whitecaps offence, but Portland Timbers coach Gavin Wilkinson calls him a talented luxury player who goes forward well but doesn't defend a lot. That was his assessment of the Swiss
The Vancouver Whitecaps and Portland Timbers should know each others' systems inside out by now after meeting five times this season...We may have a couple of things up our sleeve, he said after the teams played to an entertaining 2-2 draw Saturday
There was magic in the night Thursday, as the Portland Timbers played their last soccer match ever at PGE Park before the stadium is remdoled and renamed for the 2011 MLS season. Before an announced sellout crowd of 15,418, the Timbers defeated the