Friday’s show previews Portland’s game at Vancouver with a discussion of the Camilo/Kenny Miller combo, whether or not Caleb Porter will change line-ups and the importance of set pieces in this series.
Max Urruti, Darlington Nagbe and Caleb Porter are the main subjects of conversation in our examination of the Timbers’ 1-0 over LA Galaxy. We also chat about the weather, the playoffs and the impact injuries have had on this season.
Our preview show this week includes a chat with LA Galaxy Insider Adam Serrano who gives us the latest on Landon Donovan’s injury situation and where the Timbers game fits into a busy schedule for LA. On the Portland side, we mull over options at forward, right back and center back while downplaying the Timbers’ chances at finishing atop the league table.
A complete breakdown of the Timbers’ 1-0 win over Colorado includes analyses of Max Urruit’s start, Andrew Jean-Baptiste’s place on the bench, Caleb Porter’s playing style and Portland’s ability to win ‘ugly’ games.
Today we’re joined by MLSsoccer.com’s Chris Bianchi, who gives us a detailed breakdown of the Colorado Rapids’ strengths and how they fit into tonight’s game against Portland. We also chat about who should play at right back and center forward for the Timbers.
Today’s show analyzes the Timbers’ 1-1 draw at Chivas USA with particular focus on Diego Valeri, Jose Valencia, Maximiliano Urruti and the Will Johnson/Diego Chara combination.
Michael and Kelly preview the Timbers’ upcoming match against Chivas USA with discussions about young Chivas goal-scorer Erick Torres and who will feature for Portland.
This week’s long show gives a complete breakdown of the Maximiliano Urruti-Bright Dike trade and discusses the Timbers’ 4-0 win over Toronto FC from the weekend.
We preview Portland’s yearly game against Toronto by talking about who’s healthy, who’s not and who exactly is going to play right back.
Portland’s 4-2 loss in Salt Lake City is the basis for today’s show with discussions about set-piece defending, Caleb Porter’s 3-6-1 and Ben Zemanski’s red card filling the hour.