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If you missed the first 28 seconds, you missed all that really mattered Saturday at Gillette Stadium, home of the New England Revolution and Patriots. It wasn't Tom Brady leading the no-huddle offense, but it took the MLS Revolution only 28 seconds
The Timbers, fresh off a 1-1 draw at FC Dallas last weekend, take to the road again this week...It's a golden opportunity for Portland (1-0-1) to not only stay undefeated, but also to pick up its first away victory of the 2012 MLS season. New England
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Texas For the second time in two games this season, the Portland Timbers made the second half their half. And this time it came on the road, where the Timbers more often than not struggled in their maiden MLS season of 2011. On Saturday night, the
Texas Darlington Nagbe scored in the 51st minute to lift the Portland Timbers into a 1-1 tie with FC Dallas on Saturday night. Blas Perez posted his first MLS goal in the 22nd minute for Dallas, which beat New York 2-1 in its season opener last
The Sporting Green is pleased to introduce a new soccer column that will run every Friday. Follow Alan Black's writing on the international and U.S. soccer scenes in The Chronicle, or on SFGate.com's soccer forum, The Beautiful Blog...AT&T Park is
The Portland Timbers had just rolled over the Philadelphia Union 3-1. And three minutes into his post-match press conference Monday night at Jeld-Wen Field, coach John Spencer already was facing questions about the need to continue the fast start...
Scotland striker Kris Boyd scored the decisive goal as the Portland Timbers won their opening home game 3-1 over the Philadelphia Union on Monday night. Boyd's first Major League Soccer goal came from Kalif Alhassan's cross and broke a 1-1 scoreline
Philadelphia Union The Union generally are picked to finish fourth or fifth in the Eastern Conference and make the playoffs. Their back line is reasonably solid, so they may not give up a lot of goals. But Portland's new high-priced striker, Kris
Two of the newer Major League Soccer clubs will start their 2012 seasons in prime time Monday night as the Portland Timbers and Philadelphia Union are set to square off at Jeld-Wen Field. Philadelphia had a tough first season in MLS in 2010, but it